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Featured Events in November 2014 are below.
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KPBX broadcasts live from the Fall Folk Festival, Saturday,
Nov. 8, 2014, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. – FREE at Spokane Community College
Lair Auditorium, Mission at Greene. Verne Windham and Carlos Alden host
a sampling of musical artists. Be part of the audience in the Lair Auditorium
as the event is broadcast live on KPBX.
Documentary Movie Showing: 'Bringing It Home'. November 15th,
6pm. At the Rendezvous Theatre, Colville Campus of Spokane Community
College, 985 S. Elm, Colville. Join us for this 52 minute documentary
about the possibilities of industrial hemp production. You can purchase
your ticket at Meyers Falls Market. $5 for adults, $3 for students.
China Bend Winery 2014 Nouveau Wine Barrel Tasting Event -
Sat & Sun, Nov 15 & 16, Sat & Sun, Nov 22 & 23, Noon
to 5 pm, admission free. Taste & compare the 2014 “Nouveau”
or “New Wine” with older vintages from the oak barrels.
See why we allow Mother Nature to take her sweet time to bring our wines
to perfection! 3751 Vineyard Way, Kettle Falls, on the Northport-Flat
Creek Road along Lake Roosevelt, 509-732-6123, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Celebrate Eleven Years with KYRS - Saturday, Nov 15, 7 pm,
at the Luxe Ballroom, 1017 W. First Ave. in downtown Spokane. Appetizers,
drinks, live music and fabulous silent auction items. It’s the
party of the year! Kinds under 13 free. Tickets at KYRS.org or 509-747-3012.
SPR Presents Pearl Django, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, 7 p.m.
at the Bing, 901 W. Sprague Ave. Spend an elegant evening with energetic
and exciting Gypsy Jazz in the style of Django Reinhart and the Hot
Club of France. The group adds traditional jazz classics and the feel
of American swing for an unforgettable musical delight. “Irresistible
to jazz and non-jazz listeners alike,” says the Seattle Weekly.
Tickets available beginning Oct. 16 through TicketsWest at (800) 325-SEAT
or online at TicketsWest.com.
Biochar Community Conversations in Ferry County
• Introduction to biochar - Curlew Civic Center, Nov. 18, 7 -
• Biochar technology and production - Republic, Elementary School,
30306 East Hwy 20, Nov. 20, 7 - 8:30 pm, Curlew Civic Center, Dec. 2,
7 - 8:30 pm. Let’s explore opportunities to convert waste biomass
into valuable products. Biochar will be the focus as community leaders
and citizens collaboratively determine if, how and where we can recycle
biomass waste into marketable products and renewable energy. Contact
Gloria Flora at email@example.com or cell 406-459-3486, www.biochar-us.org,
or Facebook: Biochar-NE Washington Biochar.
KPBX Kids’ Concert: Songs of Hope in Hard Times -Saturday,
Nov. 22, 2014, 1-2 p.m. – FREE at the Bing, 901 W. Sprague Ave.
Brad Keeler and Linda Parman present a survey of music of the Depression
era, from Woody Guthrie to Broadway and Hollywood.
The Northeast Washington Farmers Market wishes to thank all of the people
who come to the Market and support locally grown foods, and arts. We
look forward to seeing all of you next spring. The last of the Market
was October 29th. Our annual fall meeting will be held on Sunday, November
16th, from 3-6pm in the Colville Library basement meeting room. This
meeting is open to anyone interested in volunteering, or selling at
the Market next year. If you have any questions please contact the manager
Lovitt Restaurant - Closed for our annual break, November 12
- 29. Reservations highly reccomended. Lovittrestaurant.com or 509-684-5444,
149 Hwy 395 S., Colville.
Now Open - Barreca Vineyards! Pure and simple grape wines,
organic and locally grown. Tastings, Saturdays, 12 - 4 pm, or call 509-738-6155
to schedule. BerrecaVineyards.com
Events at Northern Ales, 325 W. 3rd Ave., Kettle Falls, WA,
509-738-7382, www.northernales.com, for the month of November:
• 6th Sara Brown 6-8
• 7th Karaoke with Fred 7-10
• 13th Michael Pickett 6-8
• 14th Northern Aliens 6-10
• 15th Closed to the Public Private Wedding
• 20th Shay Walker 6-8
• 21st Open Mic 6-10
• 27th Closed Happy Turkey Day
• 28th Music 6-10 Black Friday Specials!
November Classes & Events at Meyers Falls Market -Please
visit www.MeyersFallsMarket.com or call 509-738-2727 for more information
on any of our upcoming classes or events. Pre-registration is required
for all classes- call or stop by the market to sign up!
• Cooking with Super Seeds. Sunday, November 9th 2:00-3:30
pm. $15. Lauri McKean will teach about the health benefits of chia,
flax, and hemp seeds. You will learn to make healthful recipes, sample
your product, and take recipes to create at home! $15 pre-registration
is required, and includes: instruction, hands on learning, recipes,
samples, and a store coupon.
• Make Gluten Free Holiday Pie! Thursday, November
13th 5:30-7:30 pm. $15. Raelynn Pass will guide you through her perfected
gluten free pie crust creation. You will sample her product, and make
your own mini pie. Great timing for holiday pie season! $15 pre-registration
includes: sampling, experiential learning, recipes, and a store coupon.
• Fermented Drinks~ Kombucha & Kefir, Saturday,
November 15th, 2:00-3:30 pm. $15. Amber Brunson will highlight the health
benefits of incorporating fermented drinks to your regular diet. Amber
will demonstrate how to make Kombucha and Kefirs, share recipes, and
encourage discussion. $15 pre-registration includes class instruction,
recipes, samples, and a store coupon. Please bring two jars with lids.
• Wine Tasting. Friday, November 21st, 4:30 to
6:30 pm. $2. Drop-in anytime to sample 3 distinct wines from our selection
of over 100 varieties. Tickets are only $2 and entitle you to save $2
off any bottle of that evening’s featured wines. Join us the 3rd
Friday of every month through fall and winter!
Please contact the instructors directly for more information or to register
for the following classes at Meyers Falls Market’s Community Connection
• Ongoing: Yoga classes in the Viniyoga style
with Lisa Jekubik (RYT 500) of Blue Moon Yoga: Monday evenings from
5:30-7:00pm Contact the instructor directly at 509-690-1742 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
• Meeting of Diverse Spiritual Beliefs, November
9th, Second Sunday’s, 10:30 am. Free. Call Sue Richardson for
more details. 509-684-8825.
• Art Class- Seasonal/Holiday Block Printing Class, Four
Class Series. Wednesday, November 12th, Nov. 19th, Dec. 3rd, and Dec.
10th, 5:00-6:30 pm. Age range from 5th graders through adults. $25 per-person
for all four classes. Email or call instructor, Willow Misterly to pre-register.
Willow.email@example.com or 509-684-6406.
• Spiritual Study Group. Sunday, November 23rd
4:00 PM. Donations Accepted. The HÜMÜH Buddhist Center is
hosting a Satsang spiritual study group. Come listen to the Wisdom Master’s
recorded words about “The Logic of Clear Communication”
and explore their meaning with the Satsang. Everyone is welcome to attend.
For more information, call (509) 476-0200.
• November Art Show at Meyers Falls Market! Stop in to
see the Meyers Falls Market monthly Art Show! Novembers featured artist
is Willow Misterly, printmaker and mixed media artist. Willow is also
teaching an art class in the Community Connection Room through November/December.
For Art Gallery information, contact Maggie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christ, the Savior is Born: A Nativity Display and Local Musical
Performances. Begin the Christmas Season enjoying numerous Nativity
displays, Artwork from the life of Christ, and local musical performances.
Everyone is invited! Friday Dec. 5th, open 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm,
with local musical performances 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Saturday Dec.
6th open 9:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 260 E. Juniper Street, Colville, WA. This
is a free event for everyone.
KPBX Kids’ Concert: Sixteen Strings - Saturday, Jan.
17, 2015, 1-2 p.m. – FREE at the Bing, 901 W. Sprague Ave. The
string quartet led by bassist Greg Youmans shows off the members of
the violin family with a variety of music genres.
KPBX Recordings & Videos Sale Donation Day - Saturday,
Feb. 7, 2015, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Spokane Public Radio. Donate your gently-used
records, CDs, and DVDs for the annual Recordings and Videos Sale to
take place February 21 & 22.
Colville Toastmasters is an excellent way to get over being
shy or nervous while speaking to others. We guide you through simple
5-7 minute speeches about yourself so, you know the subject well!! You
may want to start testing the waters with a "Table Topics"
try at just 1-2 minutes, llike I did! The focus is on improving your
comfort and it is all self paced! Current members are doing the same
thing, and are on all different levels, so you will get to know us and
see how we overcome our issues with speaking to others! Every meeting
is packed with fun as well as being helpful! You get a mentor who will
go out of their way to help with any struggle you may have, we all want
to succeed, and we want you to succeed as well! Come and watch to see
how it is done with humor and integrity! Don’t let us keep having
fun without you! Our location has changed, we are now located at the
H E C building across from the hospital, Tuesday nights at 5:30—we
are punctual about when we start and when we end, speeches are timed
as well, I challenge you to improve your speaking skills! For more information,
and a nudge if you need one, call Linda Murphy at (509) 685-2187.
Facebook.com/Addy2ndHand is the place to be to see the current
inventory for Addy Second Hand. See something you like? Come to Addy
and check us out.
Mountain Path Yoga offers Yoga classes in the Iyengar and White
Lotus traditions. Come experience yoga in our studio at 818 E. Columbia!
Happy Thanksgiving! Keep your inner peace during the Holidays with Yoga!
Intro to Yoga will begin again Jan. 15 - Feb 19, 2015. Thursday evenings,
6 - 7:30, six week session for $66. Please call Sarah, 684-0965 for
info & to register.
• Yoga on the Ball, Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11 am, call Tifanie, 722-5281
Colville Chamber of Commerce meeting every Tuesday at Noon
at the Eagles Lodge 608 N Wynne Street. No host lunch with a speaker
or program for each meeting. Need not be a Chamber member to attend,
everyone is welcom. Check the web site for schedule of events www.colville.com
Treat yourself to the Sapphire Spa Package at Pro Bodyworks.
This two hour spa treatment for $105 includes a one hour massage, 1/2
hour facial and 1/2 hour European Hand & Foot treatment. For an
additional $10, you can upgrade the spa package to the Himalayan Salt
Sone Detoxifying Massage. You can also add the Deep Conditioning Hair
& Scalp Treatment for $15 more. Book two packages, bring a friend
of family member and get $10 off each package. Sale on all in stock
retail products - 10% off.
Subtle Elements Yoga Studio - All Ages, All levels - Yoga Therapy,
Studio & privates available. Now introducing Sound Healing &
Hatha Gong. Contact owner and teacher, Katie Minter, email@example.com,
360-333-6154, Facebook: Subtle Elements. Fall Schedule 2014 (All Beginning
through Advanced Practice)
• Mondays: 12pm
• Wednesdays: 12pm & 5pm
• Thursdays: 5:30pm
• Sundays: 11:30 am
• Tuesdays: 6:15 pm
Yoga Nidra (Sleep Based Mindful Meditation)
• Wednesdays: 6:30pm
• Sundays: 1 pm
China Bend Winery – Happy Hour Fridays at China Bend
Winery. Starts at 4:30pm, features a variety of activities including
open mike, country dance instruction, ping pong, etc. During Happy Hour,
enjoy our delicious wines at 1⁄2 regular price by the glass or
Colville Yoga and Pilates, 101 S. Oak St, at Colville Fitness
Center, invites you to strengthen and balance yourself with 14 classes
each week to assist you. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 am, 12 pm,
3 pm, 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm. Small classes with easy instruction and guaranteed
results. Decide, Commit, Succeed. Restorative and athletic classes available.
See the website at colvilleyoga.com and sign up today to change your
Child Advocates Needed - A Unique Volunteer Opportunity. Join
Stevens County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) investigating
child abuse and speaking up for a child’s best interest in court.
All training is provided. CASA is looking for common sense experts to
advocate for children in Stevens County. This is your opportunity to
impact the future of abused and neglected children in your community.
Applications available by calling 509-685-0673, classes start soon.
"I am a senior citizen and live on a small income. Someone I really
trusted stole all my prescription drugs and I can't afford to replace
them," Right here in Stevens County. "I make my income with
the tools that are in my shop. Somebody stole every tool I own."
Right here in Stevens County. "If somone is mad at me, why would
they harm my animals? That's what happened to me." Right here in
Stevens County. We know that the impact of crime is devastating to a
victim. And we want to help you. Victim assistance providers help victims
understand and cope with the impact of crime. They help victims access
victim compensation, develop safety plans, navigate the criminal justice
and social service systems, and learn about their legal rights and options.
If you or someone you know is a victim of crime help is available.
Victim assistance providers promise to listen. To believe you. To help
you stay safe. To not judge you. To inform you of your options. To help
victims of crime rebuild their lives. There are providers Right here
in Stevens County, you can call Family Support Center at 684 6139 -
Cancer Outreach Center - I’d like to thank our community
for their past support to Stevens County Relay For Life. Our Relay supports
a local Cancer Transportation Fund. In 2005 by concerned citizens saw
a need to have travel funding available for cancer patients in our county
undergoing treatments. In cooperation with Tri-County Health District,
Relay for Life and Cancer Outreach Center at Providence Mount Carmel
Hospital, a fund was established in October 2006. These funds provide
fuel vouchers allowing cancer patients to travel for medical treatments.
Since its inception, we have been helping cancer patients get to their
oncologists for life saving treatments. The vouchers are free to those
Stevens County cancer patients in treatment with only have two restrictions,
one to currently be in a cancer treatment program and two to reside
within the county limits. The American Cancer Society’s annual
Stevens County Relay For Life also recognizes donations at the $300
level as an in-kind sponsorship for any given year. Last year we sufficient
fund to help 18 families, 5 of them twice ensuring they received the
treatment they required. Unfortunately, the popularity of this fund
has exhausted our current funding. Currently we are now unable to help
others until additional donations are received. Any donation you can
afford will let us continue this support.Donations can be made directly
to: “Tri-County Health – Cancer Fund”. Tri-County
Health District, Atten: Melanie Vaagen, 240 E. Dominion, Colville, WA
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