Documenting our our lives, interconnected and often overlapping due to the English language is an awe-inspiring task. SCEL students are encouraged to take in cultures from all around the world. #studyHUMANITY #SHAREourEARTH #LOVEculture
Spokane’s Fifth Annual EarthDay festival will happen April 22nd and 23rd in the Riverfront Park pavilion and Central Meadow! This is an event that celebrates the diversity in our community and our planet. This year’s festival will be double the size as previous years.
Earth Day Spokane, 2017, promises the best of our community’s art and culture showcased between two stages!
The first-ever Earth Night will feature concerts held in a duo of dome structures, with live artists, dancers, and aerial performers! Both domes will have a fully projected visual experience, and music from sundown until the local noise ordinance takes effect (10PM). While Earth Day is free, Earth Night tickets bought in advance are $15
April 22 / Earth Day / 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
April 22 / Earth Night / 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
April 23 / Earth Day / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
On Wednesday, March 15th at 11AM, The Spokane College of English Language (718 W. Riverside Ave, 2nd floor) will host a workshop from Nonviolent Communication Spokane. This workshop will be focused on nonviolent communication and facilitated by Mark Hamlin.
Mark is a world traveler and explorer; a lifetime learner in Social Sciences and social equity activism; he holds a B.A. in Applied Behavioral Science; and has three years of experience studying Compassionate Nonviolent Communication through research, participating in trainings by certified trainers with the Center for NonViolent Communication; organizing, facilitating and participating in NVC practice groups and NVC workshops.
Part of the important work of Nonviolent Communication Spokane is their facilitation of classes at Airway Heights Correction Center, work they have been doing for two years. You can learn more about their work here: http://nvcspokane.org/about
Have you ever wanted to see the inside of a real-life radio station? Dying to meet your favorite show hosts? Do you want to record a promo? Check out the KYRS Open House on Saturday, Feb 11th from 12/noon to 3PM. It is free, butyou can also make a donation to this wonderful community service.
“Community radio and independent media is more important than ever. Not only do we support our local musicians and play the RADDEST music, we give a voice to those that might not be given a chance elsewhere to speak up. We are the platform for our community to stand tall on.” – KYRS
This open house is in the community building at 35 W. Main St in downtown Spokane.
Volunteer to help our community members meet their food needs! There is only one more spot left open, so sign up with Justin if you are interested. This activity is hosted by our wonderful former teacher Tera! This activity will be from 5:30-7:30 on Tuesday, November 15th, at the 2nd Harvest Food Bank.