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January, 2018

Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival: Past Life

Saturday, January 27, @ 7:00 pm
Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University, 702 E Desmet Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202 United States
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Past Life (NR; brief nudity) In English, German, Polish, Hebrew (English subtitles) – 109 mins. $10 admission; $7 student/senior 5 Ophir (Israeli Academy Award) nominations © 2016 Film Production Pandora Limited Partnership Inspired by true events, Past Life tracks the daring 1977 odyssey of two sisters: one an introverted but ambitious classical music composer, the other a combative liberal magazine editor. As they try to unravel a disturbing wartime mystery that has cast a foreboding shadow on their entire lives, they realize that…

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Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival: A Quiet Heart

Sunday, January 28, @ 2:00 pm
Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University, 702 E Desmet Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202 United States
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A Quiet Heart (NR; a disturbing image) In English and Hebrew (English subtitles) – 92 mins. $10 admission; $7 students/seniors Winner, Best Screenplay, Haifa International Film Festival 2016 © GREENproductions In present-day Jerusalem, Naomi, a secular young woman, seeks refuge from the pressure of her life as a concert pianist. Yet she quickly makes two unexpected connections: one with a musically gifted ultra-Orthodox boy, and the other with Fabrizio, a charismatic Italian monk and organist. While these relationships allow Naomi to reconnect…

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Yoga at the Cathedral

Sunday, January 28, @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St. John’s Cathedral, 127 E. 12th Ave
Spokane, WA United States
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Join instructor Lisa Silvestri Wehr for a one-hour yoga class in the Cathedral at 3pm on Sunday, January 28, and the fourth Sunday of each month during the program year. For all experience levels; bring a mat if you have one.

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Cooking Class: Super Bowl Snacks

Wednesday, January 31, @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Kitchen at Second Harvest, 1234 E Front Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202 United States
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This demonstration style class will feature five delicious appetizer recipes to WOW all your football fan friends!  Join us in The Kitchen to learn how to make Cranberry Salsa, Buffalo “Wing” Cauliflower, Whipped Brie and Roasted Cranberry Crostini, Roasted Hasselback Potatoes, and Homemade Hummus. Samples of each dish will be included. Cost of the class is $30. The Kitchen at Second Harvest provides nutrition information, scratch cooking skills, budgeting, and more to people in our community who need a little…

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Reel Theology: Movies and Discussion

Wednesday, January 31, @ 5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Wednesday, repeating until Wednesday, January 31, 2018

St. John’s Cathedral, 127 E. 12th Ave
Spokane, WA United States
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Join us on Wednesday evenings for Reel Theology! This is a chance to watch interesting films and discuss them with an eye to their theological content while we eat pizza! Child care is available.

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Cooking Class: Super Bowl Snacks

Wednesday, January 31, @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Kitchen at Second Harvest, 1234 E Front Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202 United States
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This demonstration style class will feature five delicious appetizer recipes to WOW all your football fan friends!  Join us in The Kitchen to learn how to make Cranberry Salsa, Buffalo “Wing” Cauliflower, Whipped Brie and Roasted Cranberry Crostini, Roasted Hasselback Potatoes, and Homemade Hummus.

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February, 2018

Values in Action Conference

Friday, February 2, - Saturday, February 3,

“Values in Action,” a conference presented by Trinity Institute in New York City, will be offered Feb. 2-3 at St. John’s Cathedral in Spokane. The Friday evening and all-day Saturday event will include streamed content from the New York conference at the historic Trinity Church, Wall Street, as well as local discussion groups and interfaith worship. The Friday evening session will be from 7- 9 p.m. and Saturday’s program is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference features…

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Community Health Evangelism Training

Saturday, February 3, @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Victory Faith Fellowship, 2024 N Argonne Rd.
Spokane Valley, WA 99206 United States
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A one-day CHE class is being offered to all Spokane churches. The class will be taught by Carla Davis, who has worked with CHE for 22 years all over the world. Cost: $20 if registered before February 1st; $25 at the door Includes lunch, drinks, and snacks.  Scholarships are available. MORE INFO: Contact Shannon Ahern at sahern@partnershipinhope.org. REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bringing-the-kingdom-of-god-to-earth-using-che-community-health-evangelism-tickets-40954080758  

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SpokaneFaVS Coffee Talk: Does Age Matter in Worship?

Saturday, February 3, @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Saranac Commons, 19 W Main Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201 United States
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How does our birth year influence the way we worship or think about faith? Does it have any influence at all, or are the differences just between styles of worship? If there are differences, how do churches address them? Come discuss this and more at the Saranac on Feb 3. No outside food or drinks please, support the great local vendors inside the Saranac Commons!

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FemFest 2018 Art Submission Deadline

Wednesday, February 14,

Calling all Inland Northwest artists! FemFest, Spokane’s first feminist arts festival, presents visual arts, spoken word, live music and other entertainment that addresses the stigmatization of feminism, present positive, diverse representations of feminism, and speak to the importance of intersectionality as the new feminist paradigm. Persist

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