Kahlan’s a fun guy. Now you get to meet him…
– KAHLAN – (pronounced kaylan)
A few months after moving into Kendall Yards, James Evans of Greenstone asked me if my porch could be made available for performers to use at the event. I said, “Absolutely!”. I am new to living in Kendall Yards and I have only lived in Spokane for a couple years now. As I am not very familiar with the Spokane music scene, I am hoping this will be a good opportunity to familiarize myself with local musicians and to get to know my new neighbors a little better.
I live here, so I am here pretty often. What brought me here was the Kendall Yards development. It is ideally located for my downtown commute and I really like what Greenstone is doing with the area in making it “livable” through easy access to the centennial trail, restaurants and the new park.
Community is about knowing, understanding and respecting the people you are surrounded by. I think it requires a bit of active encouragement, willingness and engagement. Food, music and wine are helpful.
I try to be a good, friendly and respectful neighbor. I would like to get to know my new community better which is why I was more than happy to have a performer use my porch for PorchFest.
I want it to be a successful, well attended event where everyone has a good time and gets to know their neighbors a little better.
The weather is still warm. The scenery is beautiful. There will be lots of music and people. The better questions is: why would you not want to go to PorchFest?