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    Thriving After Service: Veterans Living with TBI

    Tue., Feb. 26, 6-8 p.m.
    Downtown Spokane Library 906 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    A speakers’ panel of experts discuss the relative impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on those that have served in the various branches of the military, in addition, to focusing on strategies for positive outcomes. Opportunities to connect with various local resources, services, and members of the community facing the same challenges will be available, as will refreshments. The Northwest Brain Injury Symposium is supported by EWU College of Social Sciences, Spokane Public Library, Brain Energy Support Team, and the TBI Council of Washington. 509-444-5336

    Toastmasters Uptowners Club

    Downtown Spokane Library 906 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


    Gain communication and leadership skills in a fun, encouraging environment at Spokane Uptowners Toastmasters Club. Meets Tuesdays from 12:05-1 pm at the Downtown Library’s Level Up Classroom on the third floor. 509-444-5336

    Kate Quinn: The Huntress

    Wed., Feb. 27, 8-9:30 p.m.
    Downtown Spokane Library 906 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    Modern master of historical fiction and New York Times bestselling author Kate Quinn is stopping in Spokane to share her latest WWII history-inspired novel The Huntress. The intrigue-filled adventure centers on the hunt for a former Nazi war criminal known by the code name “The Huntress.” Two unlikely allies, an English journalist and a Russian female bomber pilot (her all-women squad the Night Witches really existed), team up to track down the dangerous wanted fugitive who’s hiding in post-war in America. Quinn, whose other historical fiction titles include The Alice Network and Mistress of Rome, has made a name for herself by digging up little-known pieces of history and spinning them into page-turning plots.

    Wed, Feb. 27 at 8 pm • $17 (book purchase; includes 2 tickets) Spokane Public Library, downtown branch • 906 W. Main • auntiesbooks.com • 838-0206 838-0206

    Book Release Party: Sharma Shields' The Cassandra

    Sat., March 2, 10:30 a.m.
    Downtown Spokane Library 906 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


    Washington State Book Award Winner Sharma Shields unveils her newest novel, The Cassandra, alongside one of her favorite Northwest fiction writers, PNBA/Lambda Award Winner Alexis M. Smith. (Event rescheduled from Feb. 12.) 509-444-5336

    Public Philosophy Night

    Fri., March 8, 7-10 p.m.
    Downtown Spokane Library 906 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


    In partnership with SPL and EWU is this after-hours community event to share and celebrate philosophy and ideas through public lectures, literary readings, discussions, and screenings. It is organized by Inland Northwest Public Philosophy (INPP), a cooperative of philosophy professors and students from local universities committed to reclaiming philosophy’s original role as a public practice focused on transforming communities through civic discourse and intellectual discussions. 444-5300

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