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Weird Sisters- Spark Central Benefit

Mar 25, 2017 @ 7:00 pm
The Bing Crosby Theater
901 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
Adults: $16 online and $22 at the door; Students: $11 online and $17 at the door
Scablands Lit and Friends of the Bing

Scablands Lit and Friends of the Bing present “Weird Sisters,” the third annual Lilac City Fairy Tales event featuring original stories, poems, and songs from some of the brightest artists in our region.

The event features Spokane authors Elissa Ball, Asa Maria Bradley,
Leyna Krow, Claire McQuerry, Kate Peterson, and Kat Smith, Seattle’s Elissa Washuta, Portland’s Alexis M. Smith, Missoula’s Henrietta Goodman, a performance from Macbeth, and local fiddler and singer Caridwen Irvine Spatz. It’s a magical, one-of-a-kind evening that celebrates women artists in the Pacific Northwest.

The event benefits Spark Central, a nonprofit creative space in West Central where people of all ages can access high-speed Internet, technology, rich and imaginative programming, and a curated book and media collection.




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