THIS WEEK: 10 Years of Terrain, Terese Marie Mailhot, Donna Donna and more

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The Fly Fishing Film Tour lands in Spokane Tuesday.
  • The Fly Fishing Film Tour lands in Spokane Tuesday.

It's the first full week of February, you've survived your Super Bowl party (or alternate programming) and you're ready to party (or at least get out of the house. We got ya covered, thanks to our event listings and Staff Picks of entertaining options. Here are some highlights of the week ahead:

Monday, Feb. 5

MUSIC | Singer/songwriter Beth Hart is a bit of a vocal powerhouse, and she brings her headlining show to The Bing tonight. Check out this clip of her and guitar dude Jone Bonamassa: 

Tuesday, Feb. 6

EDUCATION | Ever dreamed of starting your own business. The Spokane Community College Small Business Boot Camp could be for you, and it starts Tuesday.

FILM | Serious ski hounds spend the off-season fantasizing and watching mountain movies, so it stands to reason that the fishermen/women in your life will want to check out the Fly Fishing Film Tour Tuesday at The Bing.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

WORDS | Terese Marie Mailhot has written one of the most-anticipated memoirs of 2018, and she's reading at Auntie's tonight. Check out our interview with the Native author right here.

Thursday, Feb. 8

COMMUNITY | Join the Time's Up Town Hall meeting tonight in Spokane to discuss what can be done locally to prevent sexual violence, and to achieve justice for its survivors.

WORDS | The Pivot storytelling series hits the main stage again for "Love Hurts," a series of stories about, you guessed it, love and its repercussions.

MUSIC | The Coeur d'Alene Casino hosts The Spinners. I don't know how many actual Spinners are involved, but damn if I don't want to hear this one live:

Friday, Feb. 9

VISUAL ARTS | A new exhibit showcasing "Ten Years of Terrain" opens tonight with a reception at 5 pm. Work from all 10 years of Spokane's revered art fest will be on display, and no doubt some surprises as well.

MUSIC | The University of Idaho hosts a World Music Celebration, a great excuse to get loose on the Palouse.

Saturday, Feb. 10

MUSIC | Locals Donna Donna celebrate the release of their debut album with a show at The Bartlett, joined by Motopony and Nat Park and the Tunnels of Love.