The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center aims to ignite and enrich a passion for the arts. The JACC is located in Post Falls, but reaches out to the entire region including Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint and Spokane. The JACC hosts a variety of different arts and cultural programming from music concerts, theater performances, musicals, cooking classes, children’s art classes, art gallery shows, and education outreach.
We believe in a community where everyone has an opportunity to enjoy high quality arts and cultural events. We strive to provide exposure and development of local artists, while engaging the community in a wide range of artistic and cultural experiences from across the globe. Our audiences are at the heart of all we do. We aim to challenge, inspire, and involve them through our art and cultural programming.
The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center is to Post Falls as The Spokane Symphony, The MAC, Bing Crosby and Fox Theater is to Spokane. The JACC in Post Falls is a Historical Landmark, Concert Hall, Performing Arts Theater, Art Gallery, and Classroom that hosts local and international singers, musicians, artists, actors, authors, chefs and instructors under one roof. We invite you to visit our unique facility lathered in deep rooted history of the Inland Northwest.
Art Museum • Theater/Performing Arts • Music Hall- Symphony/Opera • North Idaho History • Concert Venue • Wedding/Reception Facility • Special Events Venue • Cooking Classes • Art Education • Event Facility
The JACC Unique Gifts Show - Find special gifts for your those you love. Featuring Local Artists: Jessica Nash, Brian Conley, Judy Minter, Barbara Brock, Deborah Loy, Rick Riddle, Theresa Kane, Rainie Conley.
Tour the beautiful Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center Wedding Venue.
Nibble on delicious appetizers and cake.
Enjoy a fabulous bridal runway show and talk to “the industry” premier wedding vendors.
Event info: 208-457-8950 / Vendor Info: 208-660-9384
Adult $15 Students $10 add $10 for Puppet making workshop following the performance.
Tears of Joy Theatre presents an all new production based on that trickster of Native American lore, Raven. Like his cousin Coyote, Raven uses his wits and cunning to get what he wants. He may be sneaky but his tricks have given us the sun, fire, and more! Raven Stories is written by Shoshone-Bannock poet and storyteller Ed Edmo and features original music.
We will be painting a Grizzly Bear from start to finish. The Griz paintings have always been my favorite type of animal to paint. I look forward to working with each of you with this exciting subject.