Spokane Valley Washington Events
Northern Quest Resort & Casino is hosting a number of events for New Year's Eve, subject to availability. This three-day festival usually offers a variety of food and drink as well as live entertainment. Participants can eat from local vendors and food trucks, and local musicians will provide music.
The café is a great place to enjoy breakfast or lunch and watch the planes and helicopters fly in and out. Cover up - to get the Curbside Champagne Brunch - and you get a variety of dishes for $159, which will feed a family of four.
Chris Rieser from Nerve performs at 7: 30 p.m., and you can join him and the rest of the group on the dance floor and have a fun night out. There will be a variety of unique and interesting activities that will appeal to both locals and tourists. This includes live music, food trucks, a beer garden and more, as well as activities for children.
DJ Stud will keep you moving as the NYE ball falls on a 30-foot screen, and there will also be a show. Take a hot cocoa and go out to enjoy the view, or just go to the top of the hill to enjoy the view.
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To help you create a fast business plan, SCORE Seattle is hosting a workshop for new business owners, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs interested in selling online. Guests will attend the workshop to discover the feasibility of their business idea and discuss topics that all new entrepreneurs should know. They will review sales strategies, learn the benefits of different types of online sales and marketing strategies for different business models, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Entrepreneurs learn to write a statement explaining their business plan, marketing strategy and sales strategy in real time, with feedback from a number of mentors. Get Business Online: Product and service prices for the online sale of products or services. SCORE Seattle will host a "Lost Shirt" workshop from 9-11 a.m. for new business owners, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs interested in selling online, where guests will learn how to improve the chances of getting what you ask of them, when to delegate, and how much authority to give.
Spokane nonprofit Community Minded Television will discuss live productions with students, teachers and parents. Greater Spokane Incorporated and Spokane STEM will hold a "Business School" at CMTV Business School on Wednesday, April 5, from 9: 30 a.m. to noon.
Guests will learn how to choose the right insurance for their company and which insurance for their company. Entrepreneurs and others seeking support in business development will learn about building capacity and expanding an existing business through operational and leadership strategies.
The Idaho State Tax Commission will hold its annual Tax Day workshop from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and small business owners will be briefed on the tax basics, including income tax, payroll tax, capital gains tax, and other tax issues.
Grant will discuss factors that will have an impact on local businesses and the responsibilities of entrepreneurs. He will talk about the importance of clearing snow in the city, explain how parking restrictions are enforced and discuss the responsibility of business owners.
Guests will learn about a four-step time management process that helps them clear priorities, complete the best tasks at certain times of day and create a schedule for higher productivity. Jennifer Koenig and Robert Half Accountemps will discuss how to communicate between generations and the importance of communication in the age of social media.
Guests will receive signs warning of credit problems and learn to recognize the resources to protect their finances. Guests will learn how to spot signs and resources of credit card fraud and how important it is to protect yourself and your finances.