Black History Month gives us the opportunity to look to the current generation of students who will chronicle the history of their stories in Spokane. Northwest Passages put out the call to local high school students for their submissions for our inaugural Spokane Black Stories Symposium, who will present their work.
Joining Amber D. Dodd, Carl Maxey Racial and Equity reporter for The Spokesman-Review and The Black Lens, will be Shadle Park High School and Gonzaga University grad (class of 2016!) Mandi Price. After a brief stint at KHQ, Price flew to Los Angeles to work in television production to continue her quest to tell stories that matter. Jumping into the creative process, she hustled her way from production assistant to Producer in record time, often being the youngest person and only person of color in the room.
Join us for a fun, educational and entertaining day designed specifically for our friends 55+ and their loved ones. Expo attendees will enjoy seminars, entertainment, and complimentary photos while meeting with vendors focused on health and wellness, travel and leisure, retirement planning and more.
Admission is $7.
The health and safety of our community remain a top priority; proof of COVID-19 vaccination and masks will be required for all Active Living Expo attendees and vendors. We will continue to follow guidance from the Washington Secretary of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and will update guests as any changes occur.