Friday, March 4, 2011


March 5, 2011, Saturday

“Reading Across America”, celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday, arts, crafts, games, chance to get your book published, BORDERS, Coeur d’Alene, 2:00 PM

“Dr. Seuss Story Time and Birthday Celebration
at AUNTIE’S BOOKSTORE, 402 W. Main, Spokane, 11:00 AM

“Timothy C. Ely: Line of Sight” at 2316 W. FIRST AVENUE, Spokane, WA, daily until April 14, Cost: Payment required - Adults, $7. Seniors & Students, $5 Children under 5 are free.

Mr. Ely's exquisitely bound books integrate Western and Eastern religious and mystical traditions, astronomy, particle physics, cartography, alchemy and sacred geometry. His lavishly unique manuscript books are in museum and private collections throughout the world. The centerpiece of the exhibition is an enormous graphic work - up to 25 feet wide and 10 feet tall - that Ely will paint and draw directly onto the gallery's south wall with a variety of projected forms, with pigments, beautiful metal armatures, wire, and thread. This work, in essence and animated, open book, will exist only for the life of the exhibition. Opens at 10:00 AM

Fallon Jones signs her book Betrayed: How the Education Establishment Has Betrayed America and What You Can Do About It, Barnes and Nobel by Spokane Valley Mall, 2:00 PM

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