SPECIAL EVENTS

COME CELEBRATE THE CHINESES YEAR OF THE DOG
AT FIDO FETE
AKA as the 3rd Annual Spokane Dog Festival!
Saturday, June 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A free event to celebrate dogs and their people.
Don’t miss Spokane’s best dog party!
  • MEET dog owners and dogs (on leash)
  • Find out what’s new in pet care and supplies
  • Visit pet friendly vendors
  • Meet emcee Claire Graham from KHQ
  • Get free dog treats and pet goodies
  • See the Spokane K-9 Unit in action
  • Demos of agility, nose work, dog tricks and more
  • Visit SCRAPS, Spokane Humane Society, SpokAnimal
  • Knosh on barbeque, hot dogs or ice cream
  • Enjoy beer or wine in the yappy hour area
  • Visit dog rescue groups
  • Win a raffle basket full of dog goodies
  • Much more to sniff, see and do
Thanks to Our Sponsors:
Northtown Auto Liquidators
Spokane Teachers Credit Union -- STCU
PETCO
Regal Veterinary Clinic
Subaru of Spokane
 
Southside Community & Senior Center 3151 E 27th (Ray Street & 27th Avenue)

Rockin’ Robin Instructs at Community
Connection Dances
 Tuesday, June 12 and 26 / 11 a.m.—noon
Community Connection dances continue in June with Rockin’ Robin giving 15-20 minutes of instruction at the beginning of each session. Bring comfortable shoes for dancing to this active dance class and be ready to have fun. Just show up for lots of fun and good exercise. Members dance for free; non-members pay $5.
 

Rootin', Tootin' Hoedown Luncheon
Tuesday, June 19 / Noon-1:30 p.m.
$11 member / $13 non-member
Grab your boots and cowboy hats. Get ready to enjoy a hoedown luncheon featuring another delicious meal from Hungry Hound BBQ and western music and dance. Jim Brink and some Center volunteers will demonstrate line dancing and there will be an opportunity for participation from the audience.
 

A Day at the Lake Summer Jamboree
Wednesday, June 20
Let’s join friendly folks from Spokane and Pullman at Waterfront Park in Medical Lake for a great outdoor gathering filled with food, fun, music, lawn games, and kayaking! We had a “blast” last year.
A barbecue lunch will be served. The “Jerry-At-Trick” band will play many old songs you’re sure to remember. You can play lawn games like bean bag toss, croquet, badminton, and horse shoes or just relax and enjoy the trees, sun and lake. You can play Bingo in the park or even take a short kayak ride on the lake after lunch.
Cost: $22members/ $25 non-members. Includes transportation, lunch and all activities. Van leaves at 10:30 a.m. and returns around 4 p.m.