The Watershed lineup is here!
Calling all mac fans!
The annual Mac & Cheese Festival returns to the Coeur d'Alene resort on Saturday, January 18!
Come enjoy colorful leaves and cider to celebrate the season.
If you're a mac and cheese fan -- and let's be honest, who isn't? -- you're going to want to make sure your calendar is free in January.
The second annual Fall Fest kicks off this Saturday at Riverfront Park.
It's fall in the Inland Northwest. Embrace and enjoy all the region has to offer at these festivals and festivities.
For the past five years Spokatopia, the annual outdoor recreation festival at Camp Sekani Park and Boulder Beach, has grown in popularity. After over 5,000 participants last year, it seemed like the time to make it a 2-day event!
The Inland Northwest's food and drink celebration CRAVE! NW will be held July 11-13 at Spokane Valley CenterPlace.
FarmJam has announced its summer lineup!
The Idaho Craft Spirits Festival is coming to downtown Coeur d'Alene bars and restaurants on June 27th.
June is Pride Month and Spokane will celebrate with its annual Pride parade through downtown on Saturday.
This weekend is a great opportunity to put that spring cleaning energy into your bookshelf and get rid of all of those books that are just gathering dust.
It was a sell-out event last year that saw people lining up hours before to try and get their hands on a ticket.
The City of Spokane Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a Fall Leaf Festival at John A. Finch Arboretum.
The 83rd annual Greek Festival at Spokane's Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church gives you the chance to get a taste of Greek culture without having to jump on a plane!
On January 19, the Coeur d'Alene Mac & Cheese Festival is returning!
Bobby Enslow has a lot of love for West Central Spokane, and quite a lot invested in it. Over half of his Indaba Coffee Roasters locations are located in the district.
Disability Action Center (DAC) NW will be a part of the Unity in the Community Festival help Saturday, August 18 in Riverfront Park. The event includes a parade at 9:00 a.m. followed by activities until 4:00 p.m.
If you like the smell of lavender, then you will love this event. Saturday and Sunday, Evening Light Lavender will host their annual u-pick lavender festival at their farm in Deer Park.
The Spokane Pride Parade 2018 will be held on Saturday, June 9, from noon to 1 p.m. at Riverfront Park Lilac Meadows. This year's theme is 'Pride, Now More Than Ever.'
The Coeur d'Alene Resort's first-ever Food and Wine Festival has not even happened yet and already it is a huge success. The event that boasts cooking classes, wine tastings and special meals has already seen several activities completely sell-out.