Arts & CultureCheney is home to a number of artists & crafts people, with an active historical society and numerous social outlets for all ages. If you would like to see your organization listed here, contact us.
Cheney Hi Flyers Square Dance Club
The Cheney Hi Flyers offers beginner square dance lessons -- and the first lesson is free! All ages are welcome. Contact Donna for more information at (509) 235-4947.
Cheney Historical Museum
The Cheney Historical Museum is dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing information and artifacts concerning the history of the Four Lakes, Marshall, Cheney, Tyler, and Amber districts of southwest Spokane County in eastern Washington.
Winter Hours (October - April): Fridays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Summer Hours (May - September): Thursday - Saturday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Open at other times by appointment - call (509) 235-9015
Admission is free. Donations gratefully accepted.
Eastern Washington University Libraries
The John F. Kennedy Library on the EWU campus is a resource available for community members, as well as students. Their mission: "EWU Libraries stimulate and support intellectual inquiry."
Inland Northwest Figure Skating Club
For the competitive and recreational skater of all ages, figure skating offers an opportunity to stretch your imagination while learning balance, muscle coordination and control. Skates Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at the EWU URC Ice Skating Rink in Cheney. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
Art, Heritage and American Indian Culture! MAC continuously brings in new exhibits. Don’t miss a single one -- educational fun for the whole family.
Stage West Community Theatre
Stage West is a group of your friends and neighbors, dedicated to bringing quality theatre to the West Plains. They are always looking for new members and are excited to bring more talent into the organization. Contact: email@example.com or visit their web site for the monthly meeting schedule.
Washington State Archives - Eastern Region Branch
Collections span the years from the territorial period to the present and include school census records, tax assessment rolls, court dockets and case files, photographs, maps, plats, and engineering drawings. While many of the available records can be accessed online, researchers are also accommodated in person at the Eastern Region Branch, located at 960 Washington Street, adjacent to the Eastern Washington University campus.