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Showing posts from August, 2009


Take a meditative journey .
Recently celebrating their grand opening, Grassroots Wellness & Fitness Spa was designed around the most important person in the world: You. Everything is tailored to your body and your concerns with the purpose of having you leave revitalized, relaxed and refreshed.

Highly personalized and an intimate environment with a focus on inner beauty is what sets Grassroots apart from other spas or fitness studios. Located in the South Hill's Cathedral District at Grand & 13th, Grassroots offers everything from pedicures and facials to massage to biofeedback. In the upstairs Fitness Studio you'll find yoga, Pilates, and meditation classes and for your directional needs there's even a Life Coach on staff.

Upon meeting owner Julie Greeley, one can instantly see her passion has a purpose which shines through, realizing that the opening Grassroots was a a detailed dream turned reality with things falling into confirming this was the journey she was …
First Friday (August 7th) Art Walk. Wine is liquid art.

The arts and unique businesses are alive in Downtown Spokane and First Friday will showcase them on a monthly basis on the First Friday of every month. Enjoy an evening of drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, photography and other visual art. Take in diverse live performances, including music, dance and theatre and don't forget the exceptional shopping and dining Downtown has to offer.

First Friday Listings - August 7, 2009 Venues open 5-8pm unless otherwise noted.

Barrister Winery, 1213 W. Railroad Ave., “After a Long Interruption” by Spokane artist, Dennis Strasser. Twenty years ago Dennis changed focus became the art director for a clothing company. This show signals his return to fine art; his rediscovery. Reception, 5pm, Lyle Morse plays acoustic Blues, 7-10pm, bistro picnic fare from Beacon Hill available for purchase.

French Quarter, 1311 W. Sprague, Hosting Airfield Estates of Prosser, Wa! Winemaker, Marcus,…