In case you don’t know any Trekkies, this year is a big deal for fans of Gene Roddenberry's famous sci-fi series: Star Trek is turning 50. While plans to host a local Star Trek convention in honor of the milestone didn’t pan out, organizers have rallied to put on a screening of the For the Love of Spock documentary at the Garland this weekend. A film that honors the late Leonard Nimoy, produced by his son, Adam, so far this is the only screening in Eastern Washington, Idaho and Montana. One dollar from each ticket sold is being donated to the local nonprofit Operation Dog Tag, which trains and provides service dogs to veterans at no cost to them. Attendees are strongly encouraged to attend in costume.
Sat, Sept. 10, at 10:30 am; doors open at 10 am • $7 • Garland Theater • 924 W. Garland • bit.ly/SpockSpokane
— Chey Scott