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First Friday Spokane Valley Art Tour

Nodland Cellars
Valley wineries and art galleries team up for the first ever art tour in the Spokane Valley. The event is called First Friday Spokane Valley Art Tour, to begin November 5, 2010, 5:30-8:30pm. The art tour involves some of the best valley wineries and art studios for an evening once a month of art, wine and live music. This event is open to the public and there will be a number of stops on the tour to view local art and taste local wines.





Here are the participants for the kick off event ;
November 5, First Friday Spokane Valley Art Tour:

Latah Creek Wine Cellars - 13030 E. Indiana Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
(featuring a new wine release party, local art and tastings)
No Cover Charge
509-926-0164 Website: www.latahcreek.com

Millwood Gallery, E. 9009 Euclid, Millwood, WA 99212
(Featuring 15 local artists and November’s Featured Artist Pams Jams)
No Cover Charge
509-927-2222 Website: www.teresasartglass.com

Nodland Cellars, LLC - 11616 E. Montgomery Dr. Ste #70, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
(Featuring oil paintings by Brian Flick, wine art by Tracy Nodland, wine tasting, finger food and a live jazz band)
No cover charge, wine sold by the glass or bottle
509-927-7770 Website: www.nodlandcellars.com

Artistic Framing/Whistle Stop Gallery - N. 3007 Park Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99212
(Featuring local artist paintings and prints)
No Cover Charge
509-922-5692

Pamee's Art Studio - E. 9007 Euclid, Millwood WA 99212

Monarch painting as Edward W. Gilmore
1st release is sold out but the popular wine
will beback and the Monarch painting is featured
on the limited release of Petite Syrah and Zinfandel.

(Paintings by Pamee Hohner)
No Cover Charge
509-863-8485

Northwest Glass Society - 11616 E. Montgomery Dr. Ste 50 Spokane Valley
Fabulous Blown Glass Art, huge collection
No Charge

All Rays-N-Shine: 3207 N. Argonne Rd, Millwood, WA 99212
(local artists featured)
No cover
509-921-1317 .

WINE IS LIQUID ART!




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