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Locally Made Movie Premiers Tonight!

Locally Made Movie Premiers Tonight!

After months of shooting and editing a local filmmaker is ready to premiere her latest movie, The Merry Graingers.

The movie, produced and directed by Serena Belsby, is about a feuding family finding peace in the midst of tragedy.

The world premiere of the movie is set for tonight at 7 pm at the Bing Crosby Theater at 901 W Sprague. 

Staying true to the roots of the film, a hay carpet will take the place of the traditional red carpet.

Tickets are $13. For more information check out the official movie website.

Evergreen Pet shut down by Dept. of Revenue, abandons pets inside

Evergreen Pet shut down by Dept. of Revenue, abandons pets inside

UPDATE: Evergreen Pet Shop owners respond

"I am the owner of evergreen pet. This is in response to what has been said in concerns of the pet store and the actual events. We regret that persons feel that we have not taken care of the business we worked so hard at. Last year the store had a fire in the fish area, the contractor sublet work out that caused that area to be closed for about six months. Along with the road construction this last summer, ( 3 months) this put us in a situation that was not probable.

Boo! Spokane Valley Pool Transforms into Haunted House

Boo! Spokane Valley Pool Transforms into Haunted House

During the summer months the Valley Mission Pool is full of children laughing, now all you'll hear are screams!

This weekend, the Valley Mission Pool and locker rooms will be transformed into a spooky haunted house.  The haunted house will feature a zombie graveyard, tarp tunnel of terror and clown chaos.  If you bring a can of food to donate it's just $2 to get in.

Here are the details:

October 26th and 27th


11123 E. Mission Ave.

For more information, 509-720-5408 or jpapich@spokanevalley.org

Local Brewery Wins Gold

Local Brewery Wins Gold

No-Li Brewhouse is making a big impression at one of the largest and most prestigious beer festivals in the country.

On Saturday, the craft brewery received a gold medal for its Crystal Bitter beer at the Great American Beer Fest in Colorado.

This makes three medals for the brewery in the past month.

Last week, No-Li received a silver and gold medal in the most prestigious beer competition in the world. 


Central Valley High School "digs in" to support breast cancer awareness

Central Valley High School "digs in" to support breast cancer awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Central Valley High School’s DECA club is stepping up to raise awareness.  Or, maybe it's bumping and spiking.  Regardless, the club is sponsoring “Dig-4-the-Cure,” a volleyball fundraiser.

DECA members are currently selling $10 T-shirts and will accept financial donations at the Central Valley vs. Ferris High school volleyball match October 16 at 7 p.m. in the Central Valley High School gymnasium at 821 S. Sullivan in Spokane Valley.

All proceeds collected by the club to benefit the Susan G.

Natural Living Show

Learning how to live a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle has never been more easy.  This weekend, more than three dozen vendors will be on hand at the Natural Living Show to help you make better choices for your body, environment and our community.

The show will feature local cheese-makers and handmade soaps. And, if you ever wanted to have your own eggs fresh from your backyard there will be a workshop on urban chickens too.

Here are all the details:

 Saturday, October 13th

10 am-6 pm

Spokane Community College Lair

Admission is $7, although if you swing by Sun People Dry Goods located at 32 West 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 you can pick up FREE passes!

Race a Pumpkin and Help Feed a Senior

Race a Pumpkin and Help Feed a Senior

Fall is in the air and that means it's time for The Great Pumpkin Race in the Cannon Hill Neighborhood. The annual event scheduled for October 27th,  encourages participants to find creative ways to make their pumpkins move the fastest.  Engineering students from Gonzaga University will be on hand to help.  If you want to get a head start on the race, art students from GU will help kids paint their pumpkins on October 20th at River Park Square.

All money raised from the event will go directly to Meals on Wheels.