If you're not too exhausted from your Thanksgiving festivities, or getting up early to stand in line and get your holiday consumerism on, you should consider taking a look through our extensive event listings
and Staff Picks
and find something to do that doesn't involve standing in line and throwing elbows over a new video game or TV.
Here are some of the best things happening on Friday, Nov. 28:
| Tonight is the Holiday Light Show Lighting Ceremony
in downtown Coeur d'Alene, a tree-lighting ceremony
in Sandpoint, as well as the Spokane Winter Glow Spectacular
and holiday lighting ceremony. This would be a good time to mention you should check out The Inlander
's brand-spanking-new Holiday Guide
, full of tips for making the most of your holiday season.
| We're at the end of Spokane's November celebration of Native Heritage Month, but there are still some ways to get involved, including two screenings of Drunktown's Finest at The Bing
on Friday. The directorial debut of Sydney Freeland, a Native American from New Mexico, the 2014 Sundance Film Festival selection incorporates the stories of three young people struggling with growing up on a reservation. Here's a look at the trailer:
| The students of the Spokane Art School have a bunch of brand-new, hand-made holiday ornaments
for you to check out, or buy, starting today.