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Community Events

Hillyard Farmer's Market

We will be tabling at the Hillyard Farmer's Market during their last Market on Oct 2nd between 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Stop by and say "Hi"!  We have books, activities, and other cool stuff at our table.

The Market is on Mondays from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Northeast Community Center. 

Latest Career Explore Northwest Spotlights

career explore northwest


“Being a firefighter gives me a chance to make a difference in my neighborhood and in the entire city.” - Patrick Moore

Career explore northwest

Aircraft Mechanic

“You have to have a critical thinking mind. If you like to solve puzzles, then this is the perfect industry to be in.” - Andy Dodson

career explore northwest

Commercial Pilot

“Flying is such a thrilling and fantastic experience. I have been doing this so long and every time it still amazes me.” - Dan Arch

Financial Literacy

Money Moments with STCU

Money plays an important role in many of life's big moments. From your first savings account all the way to retirement – these events mark new chapters in our lives. We teamed up with STCU to share how we can all handle these big moments with financial savvy.

Civil Rights and Racial Justice

KSPS Public TV

Muhammad Ali Carl Maxey Event KSPS

Muhammad Ali Carl Maxey videos and panel discussion hosted by KSPS TV, Spokane, Washington

Discussing Civil Rights

This is a collection of educational resources from PBS LearningMedia to support educators and families while discussing issues pertaining to civil rights, protesting, Black history and historical individuals, past and current events, and more. These resources are free and open for all to use.

Resources for Racial Justice and Anti-Racism

Resources for grades 6-12 students, educators, and caregivers to learn more about the history of systemic racism and its continued impact on the experience of being black in America. 

Japanese American Incarceration

Video and curriculum resources for teachers and students grades 4-12 students to learn explore the history and personal stories of Japanese American incarceration in the Inland Northwest, with the goal of ensuring that this important history is not forgotten or repeated in future generations.

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Education Director
Brooke Matson

Education Specialist
Angela Riley

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