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Pig Out in the Park certainly attracted a crowd. The Big Red Wagon is always a hit. This picture was taken looking North from the wagon….notice the strategic placement of the sno-cone booth!
A great feature at Riverfront is the Children’s Museum, Mobius. There is a wonderful variety of things to do, explorations into how things work.
The Labor Day weekend brings celebrations to Riverfront Park. It’s called “Pig Out in the Park”. Looks to me like the festivities are beginning!
This group of children in Riverfront Park appeared to be on a special outing. Note all the back packs stacked in a row. Check out all the fun opportunities in the park today! Perfect weather for a new adventure.
A big attraction in the downtown park is the big wagon. Kids can climb and slide to their heart’s content. How I managed to get this picture without a child sliding is beyond me. There are usually several waiting to … Continue reading
Activities are plentiful in Riverfront Park. One of the outstanding events in the Park is coming soon….Hoopfest. Spokane Hoopfest is the biggest 3-on-3 on Earth. That means over 7,000 teams, 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans and 450 courts spanning 42 city … Continue reading
This sculpture is in Riverfront Park by Dorothy Fowler. 2006. Michael P. Anderson gave his life exploring Space. This Spokane resident perished along with six other heroes in the Columbia Space Shuttle Tragedy in 2003.
The art work in Riverfront Park is diverse and spectacular. Some are very modern in design, others very real like. The clock tower behind this modern piece lets the viewer make no mistake about location in Spokane.
Downtown Riverfront Park. The Clock Tower and Pavilion identify “this is Spokane”! There are always new things to see and do…it’s a popular destination for visitors and those who call Spokane “home”.
While the Riverfront Park is beautiful just the way it is…….there’s always more to be done! This is an area currently under construction–directly West of the park. Notice the gondola rides and the Monroe Street Bridge in the background.