Spokane Sponsor Rockwood Health System

by Elise on April 28, 2016

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LTYM Spokane is so grateful to have Rockwood Health System as a local sponsor for a second year.  Rockwood Health System is a partnership of Deaconess Hospital, Rockwood Clinic, and Valley Hospital, working together to serve and care for patients across the Inland Northwest.  With over 4000 employees and physicians, two hospitals, and 12 primary clinical locations providing concentrated medical and urgent care services, Rockwood Health Systems is uniquely able to offer exceptional health care and medical services to their patients.

IMG_3904We are thrilled to be working closely with Nurse Zibby, one of Deaconess Hospital’s labor and delivery nurses, a LTYM Spokane alumni, and an educator on all things childbirth and babies.  Zibby teaches many of the childbirth and newborn support classes offered at Deaconess, often at no cost to the community, including free breastfeeding classes, Daddy 101, childbirth classes, and classes on newborn care.

You can find more about classes with Nurse Zibby at Deaconess on their events webpage.  Find Rockwood Health System on their webpage and on facebook. Join us at the show to meet Zibby and the midwives of Rockwood Health for Mother’s Day.

Thank you so much to Rockwood Health System, Zibby Merritt, Rockwood Clinics, and Deaconess and Valley Hospitals, we couldn’t have babies, raise babies, and keep our kids healthy without you!

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LTYM Spokane tickets on sale!

by Elise on April 8, 2016

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Ticket sales are live for the 6th annual Listen To Your Mother Spokane!  We will be at the Bing this Mother’s Day, May 8th at 7pm with a reception to follow upstairs at Ovations bar and lounge.


Buy ’em here or at the box office starting at 6pm on show day, and let everyone in Facebook land know you’re going!


Can’t wait to see you there,

Stacey, Elise, and the 2016 LTYM cast.

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Local Sponsor Spokane Community College

April 4, 2016

LTYM Spokane would not be possible without our community partners and we are so thrilled to have the Spokane Community College as a local sponsor again this year. SCC offers a wide range of affordable, fun classes to the community at very low cost, including cooking, sports and fitness, music, and language classes.  See the current schedule for spring offerings and registration.  SCC also offers classes specifically for seniors in their Act 2 program. Dearest to our hearts is their Parent Education and Parent Cooperative Preschool Program. All seven children of Spokane producers Elise and Stacey spent their early learning years in an SCC cooperative preschool. These play-based, educator-facilitated programs are run by a parent board, making them an amazing experience in community and cooperative learning for parents and kids. We can’t recommend the program highly enough. Look up your local co-op preschool and join the fun next fall! Enrollment is going on right now.   Thank […]

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Spokane’s 2016 LTYM Cast

February 21, 2016

We could not be more honored and thrilled to announce the 2016 Spokane Listen To Your Mother cast.  Show day is May 8, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bing Crosby Theater.  We say it every year and we mean it every year – do NOT miss this show.  The stories of our community are priceless. Stacie Summerhill Mayra Villalobos Sharma Shields Annmarie Patel Betsey Moe Susanna Stutzman Ronald Smalls Johanna Price Meredith Banka Lindsey Edwards Congratulations to these fabulous story tellers! by

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Audition Day in Spokane

February 18, 2016

At about 3pm on audition day, as our lunchtime coffees were wearing off and the weight of all the stories we had heard and were waiting for us bore down, it struck Stacey and I as remarkable that although we have had the joy and privilege of producing LTYM in Spokane for six years now we have not gotten any better at documenting the journey – at least not in photographs.  Just in case you don’t believe me, here is our veritable treasure trove from twelve plus hours of auditions:                 There you have it – our documentation.  Even though you may not think so from these pictures, it was as amazing an audition day as we have ever had.  Spokane brought the stories.  I am taken aback each year not only by the range of experience and perspective but at the bravery of every person who auditions. […]

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