100 years of Rotary history on display at the MAC | Arts & Culture
More than 100 years of Spokane history will be on display this Sunday at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture.
The Spokane Rotary Club, founded in 1911, will put its historical records on display from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the MAC. The archives have been housed in the Joel E. Ferris Research Library at the MAC for the past year, but will be available for public viewing during this special event.
In recent years, Rotary is perhaps best known for building the iconic fountain in Riverfront Park, but the organization has been hard at work for decades to improve the quality of life in Spokane. You can find out all about Rotary's history on Sunday at the MAC for a reduced ticket price of $6 for adults and $4 for seniors and students.