An end of summer local favorite event, Pig Out in the Park. 48 food booths, 225 menu items with nothing over $8.95 and, 82 Free Concerts will be enjoyed over the five day affair. The 32nd Annual Pig Out in the Park has so much to offer in authentic food choices and entertainment, one would be hard pressed to find something to their liking. The best part is – This a free event.
Come join the FUN this Labor Day Weekend! (August 31 – September 5, 2011)
Check out the menus and entertainment schedules on the Official Pig Out in the Park website here.
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This is the 10th Anniversary of First Night Spokane. For those of you in the Spokane area this is one of the biggest events of the year, as you may already know.
A night packed with arts and entertainment galore. More entertainment can be seen on this night in downtown Spokane than on any other night. It would take you a week or more to see all that you can in one night at First Night Spokane New Year’s Eve Winter Festival. See ice carving, Irish dancing, listen to African drumming and rock and roll. Watch the Snowboard Rail Jam stunts and warm up by the bonfire or dancing at the dance party. Be part of the Resolution Run, where you write out your resolution and burn it at the end of your run in a ceremonial bonfire.
There is so much to entertain you or participate in there is noway for this not to be a Fabulous Night that ends with a spectacular Fireworks show.
Check out the First Night Spokane website for all the details.
Pig out in the Park. An anticipated end of summer Labor Day celebration, here in Spokane’s Riverfront Park. 6 days of Great Food and Entertainment.
Do you have a favorite food? How about some Vietnamese, Japanese, German, Koren, Hawaiian, French, Spanish, Russian, Jordanian. You may find a new one with the many choices from the more than 40 different restaurant vendors who bring one of the largest cultural events to Spokane, with so many authentic food choices even the most picky eater can find something to their liking. (more…)