All local trips must have 6 paid participants signed up one week prior to the event. If not, the trip may be cancelled.

Thursday, October 8
Coeur d’ Alene Casino
Sign up at the front desk with a $10 deposit to catch the shuttle on October 18. Receive $10 in extra play cash and $5 meal points on your Coyote Rewards Card. Shuttle will leave Southside Community Center at 10:15 a.m. and leave Coeur d’Alene Casino at 4 p.m.

49er Club
Friday, October 12
MAC Museum and Lunch
Join us to see the MAC Museum’s exciting new exhibits, "Coyote Bones" and "The Inland Northwest and the Great War,"  then have lunch at the Davenport Tower Safari Room.
"Coyote Bones" by Ryan Feddersen. The artist has created large-scale interactive installations and site-specific pieces throughout the region, and was named a 2018 National Fellow in Visual Arts with the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. Feddersen uses humor, play, and engagement to make connections between U.S. history, her Okanogan heritage, and current events to ignite conversations.
We’ll also see "The Inland Northwest and the Great War" remembering the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which ended World War I. The exhibit celebrate the Spokanites who went to war. A hosted lunch at the Davenport Tower Safari Room will follow.
Cost: $49 members/$54 non members. Includes transportation, entry fee and lunch. Van leaves at 10 a.m. and returns around 4 p.m.

Sunday, October 14
Galloping Gourmet
at Das Stein Haus

Celebrate Oktoberfest and enjoy German drafts and hearty fare like bratwurst and schnitzel at this festively decorated hangout — home of Spokane’s authentic German cuisine.
Cost: $12 members/$17 non-members. Includes transportation, valet parking. Van leaves at 3:30 p.m. and returns about 7:30.
Hidden History Tours with Richard Sola
Richard Sola, local historian, continues his fascinating and educational outings focusing on the history and interesting facts of Spokane. These popular tours fill up very quickly. Sign up early!
Wednesday, October 17
Spokane Parks in Fall
Fall is a great to visit some of Spokane’s parks. The leaves are turning, the weather is nice, and it is a perfect time to explore the natural beauty and the history of Spokane’s parks. We will make several stops, exploring how and why the parks were created and their important role in helping Spokane become a city. Some of the tour stops will include optional, short (5-10 minute) walks.

Wednesday, October 31
Spokane Cemetery and Urban Legends
What better time to explore Spokane Cemeteries and to prove (or disprove) local urban legends than on Halloween? We will first visit Moran Cemetery to learn about early settlers before moving on Greenwood. Along the way, we will talk about urban legends. Did Butch Cassidy really live in Spokane? Are there secret tunnels under downtown Spokane?
Cost Per Trip: $35 members/$45 non-members per tour. Pay by exact cash or check to Richard Sola. All tours leave at 9 a.m.; return around noon.

Monday, October 22
Mystery Lunch

Meet your friends for this monthly no-host lunch on the town. You just never know where you’ll go because it’s a mystery!
Cost: $8 members/$13 non-members. Includes transportation, valet parking.
Van leaves at 11:30 a.m. and returns about 2 p.m.

Thursday, October 25
Appetizers & More with Friends
Join your Southside friends and enjoy happy hour at one of Spokane’s elite restaurants. Great food choices for everyone with a variety of spirits and non-alcoholic beverages.
Cost: $8 members/$13 non-members. Van leaves 3:40 p.m. and returns at 6.

 Friday, November 2
Kendall Yards Explore and Eat

Let’s go see what’s new at Kendall Yards. There are many new shops and businesses in Spokane’s premier urban neighborhood, featuring scenic views and diverse businesses. Just five minutes from downtown, you can see the wild beauty of the Spokane River Gorge from the Centennial trail and eat at some of the area’s best local restaurants. We’ll stop for a “Bruncheon” at The Yards for some unique breakfast and lunch entrees. You might try the Irish Benedict- eggs benedict with corned beef. Then we will stop at Hello Sugar, where those with a sweet tooth can grab some artisan mini-donuts. On our way, out we’ll stop at My Fresh Basket, for some healthier snacking options.
Cost: $8 members/$13 non-members. Includes transportation and parking. Van leaves at 10 a.m. and returns around 3 p.m.
Wednesday, November 7
Campbell House Tour

As we tour the historical Campbell House by the MAC Museum in Browne’s Addition, you will experience how prosperous Spokanites lived in the early 1900s and learn about the people and styles of that time. In the house and in the Campbell House Activity Center, located in the Carriage House, you can move from room to room at your own pace to explore transportation, house restoration and see a wealth of Museum Collection artifacts and documents. A no-host lunch will follow.
Cost: $8 members/$13 non-members. Includes transportation and parking. Van leaves at 10 a.m. and returns around 3 p.m.

Friday, November 16
Custer’s 42nd Annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Show / Lunch at Luna
Join us for a holiday shopping tradition! Featuring 300 of the finest artists and crafters from across the United States in over 78,000 square feet of exhibit space. It is the largest show of its kind in the Inland Northwest and includes hand blown glass, beaded jewelry, watercolors, quilted wall hangings, hand thrown pottery, whimsical painted furniture, metal sculpture, fabric Santas, photography, woodworking, candles, felted hats and much more!
Then enjoy lunch at Luna on the South Hill. Luna is fine dining at its best. They create interesting dishes inspired by good old-fashioned home cooking. Don’t expect simple dishes to come from the kitchen at Luna. They have four gourmet chefs and plenty of amazing options.

Sign Up by Aug. 20!
Thursday, January 24, 2019
"Lion King" / Best of Broadway at the INB

Start the New Year by catching this amazing show that has won six Tony Awards when it returns to Spokane. However, you must sign up soon because tickets must be purchased before the end of August.
Disney’s "The Lion King" is one of the most unique performances on Broadway. This one of a kind show features amazing puppeteering, unbelievable costumes, and unmatched singers and vocal performers. In addition to the beloved songs penned by Sir Elton John and Tim Rice (such as the soaring "Circle of Life") this adaptation has new original songs and explodes with joyous, captivating music.
Cost: $60 members / $65 non-members. Van will leave at 11:30 a.m. and return around 5:30 p.m. Includes
transportation, valet parking and ticket. No-host lunch before the show!

For more information on Day Trips, contact the Center at 535-0803