Dec 05 Tuesday
Northwoods Performing Arts provides a unique dinner theater experience, catered by various local caterers.This year's Christmas production, entitled "Invitation to a Miracle", has performances scheduled on December 1-2, 5 and 7-9. Directed by Mark D. Caldwell, this festive holiday celebration features glorious new chorale pieces with nostalgic, recognizable favorites sprinkled throughout.
Ever since that Christmas Eve seven years ago when Ebenezer Scrooge buried his longtime friend and business partner, Jacob Marley, Scrooge has developed a deep dislike of mankind. This Christmas Eve, however, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his old partner, who warns him of the consequences of the suffering he has caused.
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Dec 06 Wednesday
An exhibition of 50 years of collecting contemporary art by Spokane’s Carolyn and Les Stephens
Mondays – Fridays10 – 5
Saturdays10 – 4
Participating Artists:Sondra BarringtonCharlene BeckLiz BishopHannah CharltonJodi DavisRoger DuBoisBrenda EverettJo FyfeJudy FoustKathy GaleJoy GruenewaldAndi KeatingCollista KrebsT KurtzLinda MalcomDebbie McCulleyKaren MobleyKarmen NaccaratoDina NataleAlice NelsonWilliam OkazakiTresia OostingJudy PattersonMegan PerkinsTom QuinnOriana SageMichelle SchneiderLouise TelfordLauri TeschLinnea TobiasJoseph TomlinsonGay WaldmanKay WestLynn Whitman
Come journey through the wisdom of the forest portrayed in these 21 evocative watercolors. Forest Wisdom, original watercolors with metallics by artist Annette Durkin, through January 6, 2024 at the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center, Post Falls, in the Fireside Gallery. The first temples were trees, living hope in the mystery of life. Available for purchase through the Jacklin. Gallery hours: Tuesday - Wednesday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday - Friday, 1:00 - 5:00 pm, the gallery is also open during concerts and special events. Artist website: ArtCDA.com
In December 2023 the Liberty Gallery will celebrate a Victorian Christmas with a display titled "The Whimsical World of Keith Harrop". The British pencil artist creates whimsical artwork including alligators in top hats, mice on bicycles, and cats…. lots of cats! Keith brings something new and magical to people, expressing a sense of wonderment and possibilities. His drawings harken back to vintage Victorian photos. In the right context and composition, the true personalities of his animals shine through. In addition to the original drawings in the Liberty Gallery display, there will be prints and cards available downstairs at Pottery Place Plus. You can meet Keith at the First Friday reception on December 1 from 5–9pm.
As a ceramic artist for near 30 yrs, Ginger Oakes has transformed stoneware and porcelain into 3D images from her mind, showing her work in galleries and shows across the US. Each piece of work in this show is hand built and one of a kind, fired in multiple firing processes. While creating every sculpture, Ginger's appreciation of life stories in nature, the human body, mind and spirit has grown. Sometimes the details and messages in the work are hidden, so it's fun to find the story below the clay surface. Stop by to see Ginger's work during the month of December at Pottery Place Plus in the Historic Liberty Building ~ you can meet her in person at the First Friday reception on Dec 1 from 5–9pm.
Experience the Spooktacular delight of The Addams Family Musical! Join Gomez, Morticia, and the kooky clan for a night of mysterious fun, catchy tunes, and quirky dance numbers. The University High School Theatre will enchant audiences with macabre charm and hilarious antics on Thursday, Nov. 30 (6:30 pm) – Friday, Dec. 1 (6:30 pm) – Saturday, Dec. 2 (2:00 pm and 6:30 pm) – Thursday, Dec. 7 (6:30 pm) – Friday, Dec. 8 (6:30 pm) -- and Saturday, Dec. 9 (6:30 pm).
Join us for a hauntingly good time for the whole family!
If smiling is your favorite, come check out the story of Buddy the Elf as he treks from the North Pole into the Big City where things are...different. Spokane Children's Theatre is bringing this beloved story to life with performances each Friday (7 pm), Saturday (2 pm) and Sunday (2 pm) between November 24th and December 17th.