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5:30 PM - Thursday Night Thing
10:00 AM - Rockford Crochet Class
All Day - Labor Day - All Libraries Closed
10:30 AM - Family Play & Learn Storytime
4:00 PM - Lego Club
7:00 PM - Rockford Town Council Meeting
5:30 PM - Thursday Night Thing
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
12:00 PM - Art in Bloom 2016
10:00 AM - Art in Bloom 2016
10:00 AM - Rockford Crochet Class
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
2:00 PM - Everyman
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
7:00 PM - Rockford Lions Club Meeting
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
10:30 AM - Family Play & Learn Storytime
4:00 PM - Lego Club
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
5:30 PM - Thursday Night Thing
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
5:00 PM - "Roman Myth and Mythmaking" Exhibition: Free Public Reception
10:00 AM - Rockford Crochet Class
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
10:00 AM - Spokane County Interstate Fair
6:30 PM - North Palouse Community Food Bank Potluck and Information Meeting
10:30 AM - Family Play & Learn Storytime
4:00 PM - Lego Club
6:00 PM - Troubleshooting Your Sleep Apnea
6:30 PM - Personalized Zen Garden
7:00 PM - Southeast Spokane County Historical Society & Museum Meeting
6:30 PM - Community Advisory Board
7:00 PM - Rockford Town Council Meeting
12:00 PM - Rockford Garden Club
5:30 PM - Thursday Night Thing
7:00 PM - "Ancient and Modern Perceptions of Modern Myth, Memory and Culture" Lecture Series
12:00 PM - Southeast Spokane County Community Fair
9:00 AM - Southeast Spokane County Community Fair
10:00 AM - Rockford Crochet Class
11:00 AM - Southeast Spokane County Community Fair
7:00 PM - Rockford Lions Club Meeting
10:30 AM - Family Play & Learn Storytime
4:00 PM - Lego Club
5:00 PM - Washington State Supreme Court Candidate Forum
5:30 PM - Thursday Night Thing
7:00 PM - "Ancient and Modern Perceptions of Modern Myth, Memory and Culture" Lecture Series