Jun 08 Thursday
If you’ve visited the West side of Browne’s Addition, here’s your chance to take an historical walking tour through the East side of the neighborhood. There aren’t many huge mansions but interesting people had fascinating adventures in real life. Hear the tales of the other side of Historic Browne’s Addition.
Jun 09 Friday
Win-Tur Bison Farm opens for tours on May 26th. Tours are Friday and Saturday, 12:30 & 2:30 through September 2nd. RESERVATION required. $7.00 for adults & $6.00 for seniors and kids. Please leave pets at home. Tour includes the farm history, a brief talk on Bison (American Buffalo), and a Question/Answer session. Everyone will get an opportunity to meet, greet and hand-feed the bison. Gifts, souvenirs, jewelry, and more are available at the gift shop. Reserved tours for special groups, bus tours, and field trips are available Monday through Wednesday.Win-Tur Bison Farm is located at 4742 Highway 231, 7 miles south of Springdale, one hour northwest of downtown Spokane and 1 hour south of Colville. 509-258-6717 Find us on Facebook: WinTurBison
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Dr. David Beine, Emeritus Dean of the College of Global Engagement at Great Northern University, is guiding an expedition to historical sites around the Spokane region related to Spokane Garry. The purpose of this expedition is for participants to gain a greater awareness of and appreciation for Spokane Garry's influence in the early history of our city.
This expedition, a fully-guided bus tour, will visit Chief Garry Park, the original homestead site of Garry, Drumheller Springs (where Garry held school), Latah Creek and Indian Canyon (where he fled to when he was dispossessed from his land), and Garry’s final resting place in Greenwood Cemetery.
This historical journey is sponsored by Spokane Parks and Recreation.