Spokane Washington Events
Northern Quest Resort & Casino is hosting a series of events for New Year's Eve, with a Christmas tree lighting at the Davenport Historic Hotel at 6: 30 p.m. The annual event, "Christmas Tree of Elegance," hosted by Davenports Historic Hotel, features a variety of Christmas trees and decorations, as well as live music, food and entertainment.
Guests will learn what the Washington State Attorney's Office will do in 2021, followed by questions. Small business owners will learn the tax basics, including the state and federal income tax codes and the Internal Revenue Service. Guests will learn how to choose the right insurance for their business and which insurance for their company. There will also be tips and tricks to choose and pay for the insurance.
Forget Business Online, SCORE Seattle is running a workshop to create a quick business plan that involves determining the price of your product or service before you sell.
Guests will learn about PDAs in the Spokane area by following the lead of Dr. Lars Hahn and his team and listening to tips on writing, searching, and approving scholarships.
Ready for the Economy (WBE) will be held on Saturday, April 23, from 9: 30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the College of Business and Business Administration (UWBA) at the University of Washington. Guests will learn which types of companies are best to start and how to avoid common mistakes by first-time entrepreneurs. Others seeking business development support, as well as entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in the Spokane area, will learn about capacity building and expanding existing businesses through operational and leadership strategies.
Guests will learn about a four-step time management process that helps them clear priorities, complete the best tasks at certain times of day and create a schedule for higher productivity.
This year, the Spokane City Theater is staging a series of fantastic holiday-themed performances. Please check the official website for ticket information and book your tickets in advance, as some shows are likely to be sold out by the time you get there. However, there may be other special events announced during the holiday season, so check the latest offers on the website at the end of the month before planning your trip. More special holiday performances will be announced in the coming weeks, check out the official website and check out the details of upcoming shows. Other events that are missing from your printed calendar or print calendar on the accompanying page can also be selected from the tabs in our menu bar.
The Association of Washington Business will hold its annual meeting online on Wednesday, January 6. Domestic will hold a panel discussion on "Multigenerational Workforce Management" at the Spokane Convention Center at 5: 30 p.m. The promotion will discuss factors that impact local businesses, the responsibilities of business owners and the impact of the promotion on their business. He will talk about the importance of urban snow removal, explain how parking restrictions are enforced, discuss the responsibilities of business owners and much more.
The Idaho State Tax Commission will hold its annual online meeting on Wednesday, January 6, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Guests will meet with business members, learn about business networks, review sales strategies, learn about upcoming events and opportunities, and learn more about online sales and other business opportunities in the state of Idaho.
The Idaho State Tax Commission will hold an event on Basics of Taxation and Entrepreneurship 101 for the Self-Employed at the Spokane Public Library from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, January 6. Spokane nonprofit Community Minded Television will be hosting live productions with students, teachers and parents to discuss the importance of education in their communities.
The South Korean Startup Demo Day is being held by the Washington Technology Industry Association from 10 a.m. to noon at the Spokane Public Library. Ten South Korean start-ups participating in the Accelerator program will present information about what companies are building and why.
There will also be a Chris Rieser Nerve Show, live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more from 7.30 p.m. On the dance floor, grab hot cocoa and stroll through the park to enjoy the view, or grab a drink and hide on the dance floor.
The car park will be open to cars at 7.30pm and fireworks will be set off at both locations at 9pm. In 2019, the Apostle Paul's carriage will return to the Capitol. Carriage rides in the city centre are offered from 7 to 10 pm and from 10 to 11 pm and from 11 to midnight.
If you go on a trip in autumn, it is also worth visiting the ice band, which will be open from the end of November to February. Guests can experience themed costume events and other free program items provided by local sponsors during the season. The ice rink opens this winter in the pavilion, and visitors can watch a film at the Imax cinema, which was set up in 1974. Tickets can be bought here for those financially affected by the pandemic, but the event is on.