Thursday Matinee Movie Classics

December Film:
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Thursday, December 12, 2019
1:30 pm

Will the West be ruled by the gun or by the gavel? This film about statehood, frontier politics and the taming of the Wild West by the rule of law, was directed by the legendary John Ford, who based his James Stewart-John Wayne vehicle on a short-story by the late, revered Montana author Dorothy M. Johnson. Introduced by KSPS Saturday Night Cinema co-host Shaun Higgins. $7/ticket. Save your seat.


Campbell House Holidays

December 14-29, 2019
12-4 pm

Join us for twelve special days in December as we celebrate the holidays in historic Campbell House. Explore the house at your own pace. Enjoy the Christmas tree and decorations. Participate in crafts and activities. Speak with living history interpreters who portray members of the 1914 household and learn how Norman Rockwell's distinctive illustrations left a lasting influence on the way Americans celebrate the Christmas holiday. Members free. Non-members: $2 in addition to regular admission. 

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

Norman Rockwell in
Words and Music
Saturday, December 14, 2019 
2 pm

In conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition "Norman Rockwell’s America", musician Donivan Johnson and vocalist Phaedra Parker will present a multi-media program on the influence of Rockwell on words and music. Featuring the enduring work of Robert Russell Bennett, the Four Freedoms Symphony (1943), which was commissioned by The Saturday Evening Post, along with Rockwell’s famous illustrations, and based on the immortal speech by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. $10 suggested donation

History of Yum: Gingerbread

Saturday, December 14, 2019
11 am

Spice up your holiday season with this popular class on the history and creative art of festive gingerbread led by historian and SFCC/EWU instructor Monica Stenzel. You and your friends are invited to make some unique and creative holiday treats! Includes cookies to decorate and enjoy from Spokane’s own Madeleine’s Café & Patisserie! $22.50 members; $25 non-members. Register now.





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