Things to do in Spokane

Information about events and more in Spokane

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With a river running through town, Spokane clearly embraces natural living. With plenty of parks and trails, it’s hardly surprising that many homeowners have pets – and want to take their dogs with them when they can.

And, Spokane is a dog-friendly city. You’ll find plenty of restaurants happy to open their patios to patrons with pets. Here are just a few you might want to try next time you’re headed out with your four-legged friends.

Picabu Neighborhood Bistro – You’ll find this restaurant in Lower South Hill. They’re serving up an incredible mix of “Thai-American-Mexican-Cajun” dishes – so it shouldn’t be difficult to find something to tempt you. Recently covered by the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, this restaurant is fast

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Isn’t it wonderful when it’s warm enough to play a game in shorts? Doesn’t it just make you happy when you can dust off your favorite clubs, pack them in the car, and head off to a day in the sun? If you’re a golfer, you live for the days when you can play a new course or really make yourself at home with your existing membership.

At Kalispel Golf Course and Country Club on the north side of Spokane, you can do both. And, you’ll want to. This historic course had some shaky roots, but the founders understood perseverance; it took a lot of hard work to make this Par 72 course what it is today. But when they got it right in 1910, they really got it right; the course hasn’t seen a lot of major changes over the years.

In the middle of the gorgeous

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We may be a tad biased, but we feel that there’s nothing like Spokane in spring. As the season kicks into gear, the city comes alive as well. And, there’s no better start to the warmer months than a day at the Spokane Falls. The area may attract tourists, but there’s no reason for locals to miss out on the fun.

The best place to start may just be Huntington Park. Although the 2014 refurbishment may have you thinking that the park is a new addition to the city, it’s been around for over three decades. Of course, the renovations put the “old” hidden park to shame. For anyone physically able, the stairs are a must do as they’ll bring you thunderously close to the second-largest urban waterfall in the country.

Of course, a day at the falls wouldn’t

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There is so much to do this April in Spokane so grab your calendar and get ready to save some dates!

April 9

Spring Arts, Craft and Food Fair

Shop for everything from wardrobe accessories to garden items at the Spring Arts, Craft and Food Fair at Spokane Community College. Admission and parking are free! The event happens from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at 1810 N Green St., Building 6.

Whitworth Choir Spring Concert

One of the premier choirs in the PNW, Whitworth presents the music of both the U.S. and Great Britain at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Tickets are $7 for general admission and $5 for students and seniors. The concert begins at 8 p.m. at 1001 W Sprague Avenue in Spokane. Get details online here.

April 10

26th Annual Haru

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