So you survived a weekend full of frivolity, but you don't know what to do with yourself on a Monday to keep yourself entertained? Well, you'll want to cruise through our event listings
and Staff Picks
, of course.
Here are a few highlights from the events for Monday, Dec. 8:
| Top of the list for us, of course, is the reading from Inlander Histories at Auntie's
, where a series of writers who have graces our pages with stirring prose and powerful journalism will read their work. Come on down and meet some of the folks behind the bylines from the past two decades.
| The holiday season always seems to separate the grownup shenanigans and activities for the kids. Come together, people! Here's a great opportunity — the Family Teddy Bear Tea
at the the South Hill Library is for all ages, offering treats and drinks to anyone who shows up with a teddy bear for storytime.
| It's opening night for the 10-Minute Play Festival
in Moscow, in which students write, direct and produce 14 plays over the course of three nights.
MUSIC EVENTS & CONCERTS
| The Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra and cello soloist Sung-Won Yang
perform a winter program conducted by Kevin Hekmatpanah tonight at the Fox. Here's a bit of what Sung-Won Yang can do: