The 38th Annual Fall Home Idea Show is coming to the Spokane Fair & Expo Center Friday, October 7 through Sunday, October 9. Visit over 300 booths showcasing the latest products and services for the inside and outside of the home, including building and remodeling, landscaping, design, decor and much more. Enter to win great door prizes, a trip for two, attend informative seminars and get expert advice on home remodeling, decorating and building needs. With the popularity of 'Tiny Living', James Nabors, of Whispering Creek Structures will feature one of his Tiny Log Houses.
Show hours are Friday noon-8pm, Saturday 10am-7pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. Admission is Adults $8, Seniors & Military $6, children 12 & under free.
For more information, visit www.homeideashow.com.
The 2016 Manufacturing Matters EXPO, put on by the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled for today and tomorrow, September 26 & 27 at the Mirabeau Park Hotel. The two day event, which showcases the region's manufacturing capabilities, kicks off with a reception and dinner tonight beginning at 5:30. Reflecting on four generations of innovation and quality manufacturing at Buck Knives, CJ Buck, President & CEO of Buck Knives, will give the keynote address, 'Edge of a Legend.'
The EXPO schedule continues on September 27 with a trade show and workshops at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center from 9-4pm. With 57 exhibitors, representing leading contract manufacturers, job shops and suppliers, the Manufacturing Matters EXPO provides a one stop opportunity for engineers, purchasing agents, and owners of manufacturing companies to network and meet new potential suppliers and contract manufacturers. Attendees should bring their ideas or plans and meet exhibitors. The EXPO also includes 14 educational workshops, ranging from 3D printing and metal fabrication techniques to the latest information on CAD design software.
For registration and ticket information, visit spokanevalleychamber.org/ManufacturingMatters.
This is Custer's 41st Annual Fall Antique & Collector's Sale featuring over 150 dealers from across the west coast, everything from rare to retro, including kitchenware, estate and costume jewelry, vintage clothing, furniture, folk art, glassware, and lots more.
Hours are Friday, September 30 from 4-9pm; Saturday, October 1 from 10am-6pm; and Sunday, October 2 from 10am-4pm, at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center. Admission is $6 for adults, kids 12 and under free.
Visit www.CusterShows.com for more information.
The 12th Annual Fall Festival of Homes, presented by the Spokane Home Builders Association, will continue this weekend, September 30-October 2. This event is the largest new home construction showcase in the Inland Northwest featuring 32 homes from 20 of Spokane's finest builders.
Hours are 10am to 5pm daily. For more information, visit www.SpokaneFestivalofHomes.com.
Winston & Cashatt has announced that attorney Tyler R. Whitney, most recently Policy Advisor to Mayor David Condon, will be rejoining the firm on October 4 of this year. Tyler Whitney's practice will focus primarily on commercial and business related litigation.
Tyler first joined Winston & Cashatt as an Associate in 2014 after graduating magna cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law. While in law school, Tyler worked as a clerk at Winston & Cashatt, was a judicial extern to Chief Judge Laurel Siddoway of the Washington State Court of Appeals, and enjoyed competitive appellate advocacy on Gonzaga's National Moot Court team. Tyler received the 2013 'Best Oralist' award for his advocacy in Gonzaga's time-honored Linden Cup Competition.
April L. Anderson has joined the Randall Danskin as a principal. April is licensed to practice in Washington and Idaho, and continues practicing in the areas of real estate, business, finance, securities, health care and franchise. She is a graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law, class of 2006.
In phase two of a four phase project aimed at modernizing the old industrial district, Larry H. Miller Downtown Spokane will soon celebrate the grand re-opening of Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota. The endeavor brought together a team consisting of Layton Construction Company based out of Salt Lake City, UT; John Mahoney Architect, LLC of Tempe, AZ; and Whipple Consulting Engineers of Spokane Valley.
WCE has taken on the Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture for the entire downtown campus. With a sewer system that was constructed in the 1890's, that's quite a feat. The next phase of the project will be to repurpose the old Toyota building to become the new Larry H. Miller Downtown Honda building site. Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota Spokane originally opened their doors in March 2011. The dealership reopened on September 12.
The Coeur d'Alene Association of Realtors has named Kim Cooper of Select Brokers Real Estate as its 2016 Realtor of the Year. The honor is bestowed on those who exemplify the Realtor Code of Ethics and demonstrate a commitment to education and community service.
Thanks to Baker Construction and Development for sponsoring the business thought of the week.
"There's nothing you can do about the past and not much you can do about the future, either. You might as well do the best you can right here in the present."
Former Major League Pitcher, Bill 'The Spaceman' Lee
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