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Summertime in Spokane

Summertime in Spokane

From food with a view and concerts, to farms and farmers markets.

By Jillian Chandler

5 Best Spots to Grab a Seat Outside

Anthony's at Spokane Falls - 510 N. Lincoln St.

Clinkerdagger - 621 W. Mallon Ave.

Osprey Restaurant & Bar - 700 N. Division St. 

Perry Street Brewing - 1025 S. Perry St.

Versalia Pizza - 1333 W. Summit Pkwy

Northern Quest Summer Concert Series

June 2024 Performances

June 4, 7pm: Daryl Hall + Elvis Costello

June 8, 6:30pm: Third Eye Blind

June 22, 7pm: Jordan Davis: Damn Good Time World Tour

June 30, 6:30pm: Cage the Elephant

Get your tickets today at

Summer's Harvest

GreenBluff Farms full of family fun

Bring your family and friends to Green Bluff, where lifelong memories are made picking fresh fruits and vegetables. Located just north of Spokane, Green Bluff offers an idyllic escape for everyone. Whether you're there to pick your own strawberries in the morning, gather fresh peaches in the afternoon, or simply relax on a farm's patio, the experience is sure to be delightful.

Since 1902, Green Bluff has been home to family run farms. Today, the Green Bluff Growers Association supports around 30 independent member farms, each with unique offerings and operating hours. This community is dedicated to sustainable farming, education and agritourism, ensuring that every visit is both enjoyable and enriching. Be sure to contact individual farms for specific information on what they offer.

Green Bluff is a step beyond your typical farmers market, as it allows you to see firsthand where your food is grown. With the chance to pick your own produce and enjoy the fresh air, Green Bluff is a perfect destination for a quick trip from Spokane. Experience the charm and bounty of farm life, and make treasured memories with your loved ones at Green

Farmers Market Season is in Full Swing!

Check out where you need to be to shop for the best in fresh, local produce + so  much more!

Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market | June 7 - September 27 | 2310 N. Monroe |

Fairwood Farmers Market | May 14 - October 8 | 319 W. Hastings |

Hillyard Farmers Market | June 24 - October 28 | 5009 N. Market St. | 

Kendall Yards Night Market | May 22 - September 18 | Summit Pkwy (just east of Cedar Street) |

Liberty Lake Farmers Market | May 18 - October 12 | 1421 N. Meadowwood Ln. |

Perry Street Thursday Market | May - October | 1000 S. Perry |

Spokane Farmers Market | May 11 & June 12 - October | 4th and Chestnut (Browne's Addition, Coeur d'Alene Park) |

Expo '74: Celebrating 50 Years of Legacy and Innovation

Honoring Spokane's historic world's fair and inspiring future generations

Join Spokane in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Expo '74, a world's fair that transformed the city and set a precedent for sustainable growth. In 1974, Spokane made history as the smallest city to host the World's Fair. This environmentally focused event drew more than 5.6 million visitors and sparked a transformation in Spokane’s heart, leading to the development of the iconic Riverfront Park.

The 50th anniversary celebration blends nostalgia with forward-looking activities. Attendees can explore historical exhibits, enjoy live performances and participate in eco-friendly initiatives that honor the fair's original vision. Highlights include the Clocktower, the Looff Carrousel, and new installations designed to inspire and educate about sustainability.

Looking toward the future, this celebration aims to reignite the spirit of Expo '74 and invite new generations to carry the mantle of creating a cleaner and brighter tomorrow. Spokane commemorates this historic milestone and continues its commitment to environmental

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