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calendar of events October 2023

October 2023

Local Events 

Rooted Sonshine wants to be the hub that keeps our community connected by promoting real life events. Check back every month for who, what, and where fills your cup. 

If you want us to feature an event or organization connecting people, let us know!

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October 1

The Great Pumpkin Fest @ Brick West Brewing 

October 2

Auditions for She Loves Me @ Spokane Civic Theatre

October 3

Wildfire Insurance Recovery Workshop @ North Shuswap Community Hall

October 4

Coffee With Christ 10:30-11:30AM hosted by The Vine Church at a local coffee shop

October 5

Watercolor Workshop @ Mulberry Market 6-8PM

October 6

Meats 4 Bears 2-5PM hosted by Washington State University Bear Research, Education & Conservation Center

October 7

Sunset Bachata @ 6:30-8:30PM Pavillion Park Liberty Lake hosted by Satori Dance and Wellness

October 8

Find your Zen 11 - 12PM @  The Healing Boutique

October 9

Open play Pickleball at The Hub 1-3PM

October 10

Tinkergarten @ Manito 9:30AM and 11AM hosted by Honeybee Creative Co

October 11

October 12

Otis Orchard's PTO meeting @ Otis Orchard's Elementary School 6PM 

October 13

October 14

Burke Ghost Tour & Writing Sprint 10AM-3PM hosted by North Idaho Writer's League

October 15

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE auditions @ TAC at the Lake 6PM

October 16

Book Fair @ Selkirk Middle School 

October 17

October 18

October 19

Artist Lecture: Tracy WalkerSFCC Fine Arts Gallery 10:30-11:30AM

October 20

Senior Night Football vs AC Davis @ Ridgeline High School 7PM

October 21

Slightly Spooky Celebration @ Argonne Library 3-4PM

October 22

Rookiez  Basketball Classes start @ ITZ 3:30-4:30PM

October 23


October 24

Ballerz Basketball Classes start @ ITZ 6-7PM

October 25

October 26

October 27

7th Annual Spokane Writers Conference @ Central Library (Spokane Public Library) 10:30-4:30PM

October 28

Halloween Epic Soiree @ Prairie Falls Club

October 29

Trunk or Treat @ The Vine Church 1-3:30PM

October 30

Disabled Dadding 4PM @ Spokane Public Library Hillyard  hosted by INDEx - Inland Northwest Disability Experience

October 31

Parent & Caregiver Support 10-11:30AM @ Harding Family Center hosted by Autism Society of Idaho


Hearing about things that have happened elsewhere can spark ideas about what you can implement locally. The Mill Institute at UATX is an important part in bringing people together, even when they disagree, in the "pursuit of truth".

"By convening and training educators, creating learning resources, and conducting research, the Mill Institute helps students become less certain and more curious when it comes to the way they understand the world and one another."

 Just a little over a year ago, The Mill Institute was created with Faculty Director Ilana Redstone who said, “With a willingness to question what we know about the world and each other, the Mill Institute will model civil disagreement, train instructors, and offer engaging programming to students and the public. We’ll equip the next generation to confront complex issues together.”
They're hosting their second annual Teacher Fellowship this October where the Mill Institute helps educators model and welcome respectful dialog around complex topics. 
We are a community even when we disagree. It is essential to communicate!
Rooted Sonshine loves to highlight local events that are connecting people. If you would like your event featured, let's connect