March in Spokane : Fun Local Events



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    It’s easy to feel lucky when you call Spokane or Coeur d’Alene home! St. Patrick’s day is right around the corner and it falls on a Sunday this year but you can make the party last all weekend long! Don’t forget to wear your green and join in multiple St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in our own private Ireland :

    Spokane parade | Sat, March 16, noon — more info here

    Coeur d’Alene parade | Sat, March 16, 4pm — more info here

    Garland District Pub Crawl | Sat, March 16, 4pm — details here

    Coeur d’Irish Party | Sat, March 16, 5:30pm — details and tickets here


    Unfortunately it’s still winter out there and we have a few more weeks of cold and snow. Brrr….but hey, now is the time to soak in the last few bits of winter fun on the local mountains or through the eyes of globetrekking artists :

    “Capturing the Impossible” is the latest in the National Geographic Live speaker series. Extreme filmmaker Bryan Smith will describe his adventures shooting heart-pumping feats like a Niagara Falls ice climb, a kayak through Russian rapids, or a mountaintop glide in a wingsuit.

    Weds, March 27, 7pm — tickets here

    Into the Arctic – Travel through the paintings and films of plein air artist Cory Trépanier. This exhibition at the MAC powerfully transports viewers into untouched Canadian landscapes.

    Through May 12 — hours and admission here

    Spring Skiing EventsChoose your own adventure during special events like Silver Mountain’s Spring Carnival or the Bavarian Race at 49 Degrees North.

    See the calendar of upcoming events at 4 local mountains here


    Truth be told though, we are all really just keeping our fingers crossed that spring is finally here and the snow has stopped, right?! Ring in Spring with some outstanding music coming to the area this month. Whether your tastes run to nostalgic jazz, rollicking blues, or soaring movie scores we have you covered :

    The Coeur d’Alene Blues Festival | Classic acts like The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Harlis Sweetwater Band perform alongside local favorites like Sara Brown Band and Nu Jack City.

    March 29-31 | Details and tickets here

    Postmodern Jukebox | These YouTube sensations are the epitome of cool, reinterpreting current chart-toppers with the swing and swagger of the 1920s Jazz Age.

    Thurs, March 14, 7:30pm — tickets here

    Indiana Jones & The Raiders of the Lost Ark | Movie music takes on a new dimension when you watch the film and hear the unmistakable score performed live by the Spokane Symphony.

    Sat, March 16, 8pm — tickets here

    Young the Giant | Introspective indie rock driven by electronic beats

    Fri, March 8, 8pm — tickets here

    Mandolin Orange | Contemporary bluegrass duo with intimate harmonies and spare instrumentation

    Sun, March 10, 8pm — tickets here

    Asleep at the Wheel | Big-hearted Western swing from the 10-time Grammy winners

    Weds, March 20, 8pm — tickets here

    Citizen Cope | Soulful urban rock from his brand-new album Heroin and Helicopters

    Weds, March 20, 8pm — tickets here

     


    In like a lion, out like a lamb……let’s leave the snow behind and enjoy the start to spring (finger’s crossed)! ……

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