I’ve always said I love Valentine’s Day, but I enjoy that more than once per year, my philosophy on Record Store Day mirrors that. It’s a great day to visit Recorded Memories, but certainly not the only day of the year. We’ve been here since 1987 providing service for customers often unable to find things elsewhere.
There will be many exclusive, limited releases on Saturday from artists as diverse as our store; including but not limited to: U2, Art of Noise, Bettie Serveert, George Carlin, The Cars, Busta Rhymes, Johnny Cash, Flat Duo Jets, The Doors, Emmylou Harris, Shooter Jennings, Moe, Wes Montgomery, Randy Newman, Jimmy Page, Pink Floyd, Iggy Pop, Procol Harum, Sublime, The Sundays and many more. Supply is EXTREMELY LIMITED! Most of the releases we will have in stock had production runs of only 300-2,000 total copies world wide!
In addition to INBA we will be collection donations for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation – Northwest Chapter. Members of the Spokane Lion Pride Beep Baseball Team will be demonstrating how being blind or having low vision doesn’t stop them from playing baseball!
There will be prizes, freebies, a chance to connect with friends and of course great music!
-Richard Terzieff of Recorded Memories
KSPS Public TV’s new Community Advisory Board (CAB) provides the public the opportunity to be heard on station programming, community service and impact on the community of major policy decisions. This is being done through a Community Listening Tour.
KSPS Executive Director Gary Stokes, and CAB board members Shaun O’L Higgins, and Marvo Reguindin have been invited to talk about the Community Listening Tour and what it can mean to you.. Learn more about KSPS Public TV.
Date: Wednesday, September 9th
Location: CenterPlace, located at 2426 N Discovery Pl.
Spokane Valley, WA 99216.
Thank you to this month’s sponsor, CenterPlace
Click here to RSVP for lunch.
Join Team INBA to End AIDS.
Spokane AIDS Network has re-branded their annual fall awareness event “End AIDS Walk Spokane” as part of the statewide effort to end AIDS. INBA has proudly participated at Spokane’s AIDS Walks in past years.
INBA board member Kyle Richardson, who is also the HIV Prevention Coordinator at SAN, has challenged INBA to recruit a team of at least 10 INBA members, family, and friends to walk on team “INBA”.
Kyle would like to register INBA team members personally via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration cost is $20 and includes a limited edition t-shirt and swag bag on the event day.
Help send a message that through a reduction in new HIV infections, an End to AIDS in Washington State is possible.
INBA would like to extend a sincere thank you to the following new members who have joined in the last 2 months:
If you know of a business or professional that would make a great INBA member you can receive discounts off your own membership with our Member Referral Program.