The Arts Abound this weekend! After a long week at work, combined with the grey skies and rain, it's time to treat yourself to some enjoyment with great local theatre, live music and art: Dinner Cabaret Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center, Fireside Music Series at Arbor Crest, Holding On ~ Letting Go at The Spokane Civic Theatre, Yonder Mountain String Band at The Hive, Once Upon a Mattress at The Panida Theater, Oil Painting with Jeff Weir and Monday Night Pottery at Emerge, Thursday Night Live Music at Gilded Unicorn, and Chris Bivins and Shelle Lindholm Exhibit at The Art Spirit Gallery. And don't forget, tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day. A few ways to celebrate are the St. Patrick's Day Benefit for 24 Hours for Hank at The 219 Lounge, St. Patrick's Day at Trinity at City Beach, and St. Paddy's Day Bash at Northern Quest Resort and Casino.
Washington Wine Month continues. Be sure to support our local wineries.
Visit our FSA-sponsored online calendar to find out more about these upcoming events.
DINNER CABARET Fri. March 17 & Sat. March 18, 8pm Join Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre for their Dinner Cabaret at the beautiful Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center for an evening of food, laughter and a little silliness. Read more FIRESIDE MUSIC SERIES Fri. March 17 & Sat. March 18, 5pm Enjoy a great lineup of musicians, performing live twice a week in the cozy ambience of the Tasting Room and Wine Bar of Arbor Crest Cliff House Estate. Read more HOLDING ON ~ LETTING GOLD Fri. March 17 - Sun. April 9 Witness an honest, humorous and heartrending look at a family forced to come to terms with end-of-life. Following Saturday's performance, meet the cast and production team. Read more YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND Mon. March 20, 8pm KPND and Low Country Boil Productions present Yonder Mountain String Band with the Lil’ Smokies at The Hive in Sandpoint. Doors open at 7pm; must be at least 21. Read more
QUOTE OF THE WEEK "We cannot share this sorrow If we haven't grieved a while. Nor can we feel another's joy Until we've learned to smile." ~ Irish Proverb