Spokane Fall Folk Festival: Spokane’s Premier Multicultural Music & Dance Event!

By Huckleberry Press / October 28, 2022 /

We’re BACK! It has been two years since the Folk Festival in Spokane has been a live event. 2019 had the largest attendance in 24 years. As the pandemic set…

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Small Town Gatherings

By Huckleberry Press / June 12, 2022 /
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What is the purpose of small-town gatherings? It seems obvious that their primary goal is to pull the community together giving residents, both close in and farther afield, the opportunity to get to know each other better and make new acquaintances as people move into the area.

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Over the river and through the woods to Republic

By Huckleberry Press / January 8, 2022 /

Over the river and through the woods will find you in Republic, Washington! Yes, Republic, a somewhat isolated community nestled in the mountains on the north side of the Columbia River and west of Sherman Pass on SR 20, Republic was known for its gold – and was founded during the days of the gold rush. Along with mining, logging was a big industry here and Vaagen Brothers Sawmill, a major employer.

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Arborist Ice Carvings

By Huckleberry Press / January 22, 2021 /

As I type this article I hear the familiar sound of chainsaws in my neighbor’s yard as clean up crews are clearing a giant Evergreen that crashed through their front porch and blocked the access to their home during the windstorm that blew through the area early on Wednesday.

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Looking Ahead

By Huckleberry Press / December 28, 2020 /

I am part Scottish. This year I am feeling a Hogmanay vibe, definitely.

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Christmas Traditions – almost

By Huckleberry Press / December 20, 2020 /

Growing up we had several traditions that we did every year. Well, some of our traditions didn’t start out as such, they evolved into traditions over time.

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The History of the Christmas Tree

By Huckleberry Press / December 15, 2020 /

Christmas brings an abundance of images to mind. Santa and his reindeer. Nativity scenes. Wreathes, holly, and mistletoe.

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Spokane Fall Folk Festival Embraces the Virtual World

By Huckleberry Press / November 12, 2020 /

It’s become a sign of the times. Annual festivals we are accustomed to attending annually have had to cancel their events or make drastic changes.

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Between the Rivers Gathering

By Huckleberry Press / August 22, 2019 /

article by Patrick Farneman, photos by David Beckstead Between the Rivers Gathering (BtR) is a week-long workshop for learning skills that originate in the stone-age all the way up to…

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Getting Ready for Cruizin’ Harrington

By Huckleberry Press / May 8, 2019 /

by Cassie Nixon The town of Harrington has been busy preparing for its 8th Annual Cruizin’ Harrington and Car Show scheduled for May 18, 2019. The locals are looking forward…

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