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Sounds Of Riverfront Park Pavilion Grand Re-Opening

Doug Nadvornick/SPR

The pavilion in Spokane’s Riverfront Park has begun its new life as a civic gathering place. The former U.S. Pavilion for the city’s 1974 World’s Fair has undergone an extensive remodel.

Here are some of the sounds from Friday evening's ceremony, dedicating the new pavilion. We start with the city’s interim parks director, Garrett Jones, and the ribbon cutting with an historic giant pair of scissors.

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A new promenade welcomes people to the remodeled pavilion.

You heard, in order, Interim Spokane city Parks Director Garrett Jones, Mayor David Condon, Park Board President Nick Sumner and Spokane Tribal Chairwoman Carol Evans. They spoke at Friday’s grand re-opening ceremony for the Riverfront Park Pavilion.

This collage was recorded and produced by Doug Nadvornick.