The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture’s annual Mother’s Day tour of historic landmarks takes a slightly different approach this year, focusing more on the exterior architecture of its featured structures than their insides. The 28th tour’s theme, historic native rock structures, highlights how our region’s geological history has played a major role in its architectural. A variety of the region’s most familiar rocky materials, like basalt and granite, are the focal points of all locations on this year’s driving tour, which winds across the greater Spokane area. Featured stops include the scenic grounds of Arbor Crest Winery (only open to visitors age 21+), the Glover Mansion, and the stunning Blakely Gardens in East Spokane. Pre-purchase your tickets online or in person at the MAC, and pick up your tour booklet and ticket at one of the designated check-in locations.
Sat, May 13 and Sun, May 14 from noon-5 pm • $15-$20 • Locations vary • northwestmuseum.org • 363-5355