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People’s Park: Spring Planting and Pruning (April 28)

Photo of People's Park courtesy of Spokane Historical.

This Arbor Day (April 28) a volunteer crew will be working on designated trails and plantings in People’s Park, located just west of downtown Spokane. According to Lunell Haught, president of the Inland NW Trails Coalition, this project is a ...

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Kids Fishing Day

Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Each year, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife teams up with local organizations to host a kids’ fishing day at Clear Lake west of Spokane. This year’s event will be held May 6. The $10 registration fee gets young ...

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Two Wheel Transit’s 10 Hour Mountain Bike Race (April 29)

Two Wheel Transit’s first 10 Hour Mountain Bike Race will be held Saturday, April 29, at Camp Sekani Park. Although similar to a 24 hour race, Two Wheel Transit manager, Simon Hartt, says he’s “always wanted a single day event.” The ...

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Liberty Lake Trail Run (April 29)

This is a fun little 8-mile run if you and your quads are locked in a death-feud. The starting line is at a pastoral grassy spot near the shore at Liberty Lake Regional Park. Apparently this location was chosen, I ...

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Spokane River Run (April 23)

2017 marks my fifth year running the Spokane River Run. We are blessed with unpredictable winters here in the Inland Northwest, and I have been using this event as training motivation for the last five years. The Spokane River Run ...

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Centennial Beer Chase Switches Directions

Centennial Beer Chase Logo

Last year the Centennial Beer Chase launched as a one-day, six-person running relay of approximately 50 miles with a start in Coeur d’Alene and finish in Spokane. This year, the celebrated event that includes teams of runners completing 12 legs ...

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Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Photo of Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

Spokane Riverkeeper is hosting the Wild and Scenic Film Festival for the third year on Thursday, May 4 at the Garland Theater thanks in large part to sponsors Mountain Gear and Patagonia. The film festival includes 90 minutes of films ...

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Evergreen East Spring Kickoff Party

Celebrate the return of another season of mountain biking in the Inland Northwest with other riders and support the organization that builds, maintains and advocates for the trails you love. Mark your calendar for Evergreen East’s annual Spring Kickoff Party ...

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Earth Day Crag Clean-up and Climbing Community Celebration

The Bower Climbing Coalition, a Spokane non-profit organization that repairs and replaces climbing hardware at local climbing areas and promotes the community and culture of climbing through local events and gatherings, is hosting “Rock The Earth,” a day of climbing ...

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Polar Explorer Will Steger Speaking at Saint George’s

Legendary polar explorer Will Steger is set to present a program titled “Eyewitness to Climate Change,” at Saint George’s School in Spokane on Friday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Founder’s Theater. Steger will share his first-hand experiences with ...

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