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LOOK: Free Summer Fun For Kids

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KHQ.COM - With school out for the summer, kids are looking for new ways to stay active and engaged! Check out some low-cost activities offered in the Spokane area to keep your kids busy this summer.

Recurring Events:

  • Auntie's Bookstore has story time Saturdays at 11:00
  • Spokane Public Library has kid's programs throughout the week beginning at 3:00
  • Spokane Country Library District has events everyday, ranging from story time to volcano making
  • Garland Theater has $5 movies at select times, and bottomless popcorn can be purchased for an additional $7
  • Swim and a Movie, hosted by Spokane Country Aquatics, offers a two-hour swim followed by a movie at dusk for $2-4 per child

One-Time Events:

  • June 18, 7:00 pm: Summer Parkways in Manito Park, featuring a bike decorating contest, prizes, and more
  • June 20, 10:00 am: Band Together for the Animals at SCRAPS where the new facility will celebrate its grand opening, complete with free food, prizes, seminars, and fun
  • June 20, noon: KPBX Kids's Concert at the Bing Crosby Theater featuring live traditional music of Romania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia
  • June 21, 12:30 pm: Community Appreciation Barbeque at Manito Park which will include free burgers, face painting, raffles, and more

This story was written by KHQ intern, Michaelanne DeMarco.

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