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All the Things - Launch

Mar 15, 2023 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Central Library Downtown, Spokane, WA
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TicketsFree General Admission, suggested donation $7 per ticket      

GENERAL ADMISSION AT Central Library - DOORS open at 6:30 p.m.
Parking available in Central Library lot or nearby River Park Square, does not close before event ends.

Don't forget: Please print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone. 

More info: Anyone who wants to attend can join the conversation. Donation fees go directly to Community Journalism Fund.

Social: Please "Like" and FOLLOW the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page to keep up with upcoming events. 

Please note: We do not offer refunds 

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$7.00

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Where:
 Central Library Downtown in nxʷyxʷyetkʷ Hall (3rd floor) 906 West Main Ave, Spokane 99201
(Parking available below the Library, as well as in nearby River Park Square - which DOES NOT close during event. You can still access your parked car after event if you park in the Library or the mall.
note:  Nordstrom Rack bridge closes before 8:00 pm)

Tickets: Seating will be limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 

Don't forget: Please check in with our Northwest Passages ticket scanners so we know you are there and you get entered in raffle! You print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone.

Social: Like the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page and keep up with upcoming events. On Twitter: Use the #SRBooks or #NotYourTraditionalBookClub hashtag. 

 



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Where:
 Central Library Downtown in nxʷyxʷyetkʷ Hall (3rd floor) 906 West Main Ave, Spokane 99201
             (Parking available below the Library, as well as in nearby River Park Square -
              note:  Nordstrom Rack bridge closes before 8:00 pm)

Tickets: Seating will be limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. 

Don't forget: Please print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone.

Social: Like the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page and keep up with upcoming events. On Twitter: Use the #SRBooks or #NotYourTraditionalBookClub hashtag. 

 



$25.00

Where: Central Library (downtown), 906 W Main Ave, Spokane WA 99201

Tickets: VIP Ticket package includes autographed copy of the book and reserved premium seating.

Get the Book: Your ticket comes with an autographed copy of the book, reserved seating in the front three rows at the Library, one drink ticket and a reception at the top of The Spokesman-Review tower with the author ahead of the event, starting at 5:30 p.m.

Don't forget: Please print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone.

Social: Like the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page and keep up with  upcoming events. On Twitter: Use the #SRBooks or #NotYourTraditionalBookClub hashtag. 

Please note:  Ticket sales are final and we do not offer refunds. If you cannot attend, your autographed book will be held for you to pick up after the event.


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When & Where
Mar 15, 2023 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM PST
Central Library Downtown
nxʷyxʷyetkʷ Hall
906 W Main Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
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Event Summary

True story: one of the MOST often asked questions of Editor Rob Curley is, "Have you met Ammi Midstokke?"  Find out the answer when 
Northwest Passages hosts The Spokesman-Review "Off the Grid" columnist Ammi Midstokke's book launch, "All the Things: Mountain Misadventure, Relationshipping, and Other Hazards of an Off-Grid Life."

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After surviving the usual debacles of adulthood (marriage, taxes, divorce), Ammi Midstokke does what any sensible single mom would do: She purchases an off-grid fixer-upper perched on a granite hilltop in rural Idaho. Underprepared and overcaffeinated, she embarks upon a series of seemingly inadvisable activities from getting lost in the mountains after dark to dangling on a rope with a chainsaw to relationshipping with bearded woodsmen and falling in love.

Latah Books will be on hand to directly sell this compilation of columns and essays after we speak with the author herself.