Jun 07 Wednesday
The Cutter Clutter is an annual event held Monday-Wednesday-Fridays from June 5th to Sept 9th from 9am-4pm please call to let us know you are coming. Your donations are welcome anytime after June 1st through Sept. 9th. If while you are here and you find something just make an offer and take it home for your collection. Please No electronics, no large appliances or clothes accepted. We are thankful for your donations.
Jun 08 Thursday
Jun 09 Friday
Jun 10 Saturday
Come join us at Harmony Woods' first fundraising event! Harmony Woods is a 501c3 Non-profit established in 2021. We are a community and refuge for healing, connection, and transformation personally and collectively. We cultivate compassion, celebrate diversity and nurture harmony. As a not-for-profit, we value making retreats affordable and accessible for all.
We have a full, fun day planned with activities for both kids and adults. This is a wonderful way to get a sample of what Harmony Woods has to offer at a low cost: for just $25 you get access to all our classes and events throughout the day including: meditation, yoga, herbal class and plant walk, sound bath, song circle, presentations by local spiritual teachers, batik art, dances of universal peace, panel of spiritual directors, and more! We want you to learn about the amazing people we have in our community who are doing such great work. Our mission is about helping others shine and share their gifts!
In addition to these classes and events, you will have an opportunity to engage with local vendors and enjoy what they have to offer, such as art, healing sessions, food, and more. Each $25 ticket purchase also enters participants into a raffle to win prizes and gift certificates from local businesses. $20 tickets are available for children who wish to participate in the events and classes.
All donations will go to our scholarship fund to make our retreats and classes affordable to the broader community. This an "open-house" event where participants and come and go to their liking after they have registered and paid admission. Presenter schedule coming soon.
Thank you for partnering with us to bring this vision to life for our Spokane community!
Jun 11 Sunday
Jun 12 Monday
IMPORTANT: This class meets offsite at the Human Rights Education Institute
414 W Fort Grounds Drive
This 6 week workshop addresses all facets of the professional actor’s agenda: exploring and expanding the range of the acting instrument, improvisation, auditioning, cold reading, memorization, script analysis, scene and character work, acting for movies and television, career management, etc.
At acting's highest levels, the work is an exercise in living truthfully under imaginary circumstances. Improvisation is the means by which the actor explores and expands the range of the acting instrument, as well as an absolute prerequisite for genuine interpersonal communication.
Inquiring performers are highly encouraged to audit a workshop free of charge before enrolling.
Recommended for all performers; for working professionals as well as those who seek initial training. Everyone works at their own level and pace within the group.It begins with the uniqueness of the individual.
Scholarships are available for this workshop. For more info. please contact Emerge at: email@example.com.
Mondays. 6 - 10 pm. November 14 - December 19
Jun 13 Tuesday
Jun 14 Wednesday