27th Annual Mother’s Day Home Tour
May 7-8. Tour two historic homes to tour from bottom to top and view antique furnishings at 506 W. Sumner Ave., the Leuthold-Brown House, 1925 (architects Whitehouse and Price), and 526 W. Sumner Ave., the Matthews-Woldson House, 1916 (architect Albert Held). Activities for participants include historic cars, walking tour of the neighborhood, light refreshments, live music, photo exhibit, plus visitors will be able to see the kitchen of one of The Spokesman-Review’s Dorothy Dean writers where Edna Mae Brown lived in the home from 1968-2005), and Myrtle Woldson’s impressive garden and Spokane city views. Tickets available at www.northwestmuseum.org or at either house. Hours at noon-4 p.m. both days. Tickets available in advance at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Ave., or during event along Manito Boulevard. Benefits the museum. Noon to 4 p.m. May 9 and May 10, Manito Place and Manito Boulevard, south of Manito Park to 27th Avenue.