AAPI Heritage Day

Centerplace Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA

Spokane Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) residents are uniting to celebrate AAPI Heritage Month and invite the community to learn about our history, culture and arts. Join us on the Centerplace's new West Lawn pavilion with vendors, entertainment, free kids activities, and an Island style food truck. Wear a mask and stay 6 feet …


The Birth of The Báb: Dinner Event

Centerplace Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA

The Spokane Baha'i community invites the general public to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of one of their Founders--the Bab. Fireside Room Centerplace Courtesy of Bahá’ís of Spokane and Spokane Valley Dinner will be provided! Tuesday, October 29th 6pm 2426 N. Discovery Pl. Spokane Valley 509-326-0152


Centerplace Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA

The purpose of our event is to bring awareness to the vital role dads play in their daughter’s life, and to create a fun and memorable event for dads and daughters. We also recognize one special dad with the Sonora Smart Dodd Father of the Year Award at our event. We’ll have lots of great …

Family Promise Un-Gala 2018

Centerplace Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA

Support Family Promise of Spokane at their annual Un-Gala. This event is 90% about vision, inspiration, stories and surprises and only about 10% fundraiser. The cost is $60 per ticket & $500 per table but this entire event is underwritten so 100% of what you give goes to support the amazing work of Family Promise. The Doors will …


Black museum religion exhibit features Little Richard’s Bible, Rev. Ike’s suit

Black museum religion exhibit

“Spirit in the Dark,” which opened Nov. 18, is the first special exhibition to focus specifically on religion since the museum opened in 2016. Photos and artifacts are accompanied by quotes of famous African American singers, clergy and writers from the pages of Ebony, Jet and Negro Digest (later known as Black World), all publications of the Johnson Publishing Company that, from its founding in 1942, sought to capture African American culture.

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Sacred Texts: Why the Bible Is My Sacred Text

holy bible

I think it’s pretty obvious I regard the Bible as my sacred text. Every column I’ve submitted on this site is in some way a reflection of my Bible-based worldview. As to what tradition my biblical emphasis represents, that’s another story. There simply isn’t one. At the age of thirty, when I first began to read the Bible seriously, I was drawn toward verses that illuminate Jesus’ disdain for tradition.

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5 Faithful Medicinal Plants Available Across The USA

5 Faithful Medicinal Plants Available Across The USA Sponsored Content With the proper application, medicinal plants can effectively treat a wide variety of conditions. Whether you’re looking for something to boost your immune system or help with pain management, there’s a plant out there that can help with what you …

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What Thanksgiving Day Means to Me, a Muslim Woman in America


I celebrated my first thanksgiving in 2009 after coming to America. I was able to relate to the holiday from the beginning because I found it to be a continuation of my Muslim belief of being grateful. Gratitude is a core element of my faith that multiplies blessings. Being thankful is step one of realization of your blessings. Once you cross this step, you start the process of sharing these blessings with others.

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