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Centennial Beer Chase (October 7)

Photo courtesy of Cascade Relays.

It’s simple math: local craft beer + running buddies + Centennial Trail = good times. This winning formula led to the birth of the Centennial Beer Chase in the fall of 2016. The event returns this year on October 7, ...

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Ales for the Trail (Aug 12)

Photo courtesy of Ales for the Trail.

The fifth annual Ales for the Trail is back this year at the newly remodeled McEuen Park in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Brewers will be on hand and ready to pour on August 12 from 2-8 p.m. In addition to 25 ...

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Round About 5K (July 23)

A community favorite, the Round “About 5k” walk/run will be held on July 23 in Deer Park. This event was begun by Deer Park Physical Therapy in 2011 to encourage community wellness through physical fitness while raising money for a ...

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8 Lakes Leg Aches (August 5, 2017)

Photo of racers courtesy of 8 Lakes Leg Aches.

The little voice in my brain replayed the same phrase like a broken record, “You can leave. No one will know.” Easing my car into the parking area for the 8 Lakes Leg Aches bike tour, I seriously considered heeding ...

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Flathead Swim Series (July 14-16, 2017)

Photo by Larry Luton.

The Flathead Lake Swim Series is in a class of its own. Launched in 2014 by marathon swimmer, Emily von Jentzen, this weekend-long event offers serious swimmers several race options to test their limits. Many compete in all four races: ...

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3rd Annual Spokatopia Outdoor Adventure Festival: 1 Day, A Whole Summer’s Worth of Fun (Saturday, July 8 at Camp Sekani Park on the Spokane River)

The 3rd annual Spokatopia Outdoor Adventure Festival Saturday, July 8 at Camp Sekani Park on the Spokane River has grown into one of the biggest and most fun events of its kind in the region. The outdoor-recreation oriented festival with ...

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Riverside State Park—Wednesdays in the Woods

Hiking along the shore of Stevens Lake. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Experience the great outdoors on the edge of the city while enjoying live music, educational presentations, and entertaining programs at Riverside State Park. REI and the Riverside State Park Foundation are sponsoring another season of “Wednesdays in the Woods,” a ...

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Spokane River Rowing Classes Offered

Photo of rowers courtesy of the Spokane River Rowing Association.

One of the original Olympic disciplines, rowing is a low-impact sport that develops strength, coordination, and teamwork. Learn to row this summer by signing up for the Spokane River Rowing Association’s two-week class offered morning or evening. The first session ...

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Summer Parkways on the South Hill (June 21)

The streets of Spokane’s Manito and Comstock neighborhoods will be closed to motorized traffic from 6-9 p.m. on June 21 as Spokane Summer Parkways descends on the otherwise vehicle-heavy roadways. Summer Parkways Spokane is modeled after a similar event in ...

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