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Unlocking Fun: Your Guide to Spring & Summer in Spokane Valley

Spring and summer in Spokane Valley offer a plethora of fun-filled family experiences. To make planning seamless, turn to the 2024 City of Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation Guide, your ultimate tool to make unforgettable memories. Bursting with events, activities, and programs, this guide ensures you won’t miss out on the excitement. Ready to jump in? Here are some highlights you can look forward to.

Spokane Valley Outdoor Movies

Settle in for Cinema

Pull up a lawn chair or lay down a blanket and settle in for an evening surrounded by the excitement of bubbling kids and your favorite Disney characters during the Valley’s free Outdoor Movies in the Park. Held among the greenery of Mirabeau Point Park, this event offers the perfect excuse to escape the house for a night under the stars.

Complimentary crafts and activities designed to ignite their creativity and imagination will entertain little ones before the movie magic begins at 7 pm as the sun dips below the horizon. Mark your calendars for evenings bound to bring smiles to the whole family. This summer’s lineup is Disney’s Elemental on Friday, July 19, and Disney’s Ratatouille on Friday, August 9

Make a Splash

Valley pools open on Saturday, June 15, and will make a splash in your summer plans without draining your budget! With a nominal open swim, lap swim, and aqua fitness fee of $1 per person (children 5 and under are free with a paying adult), there’s no reason to stay dry this summer. For even more savings, the weekend family discount gives free admission to one child 12 years and under with a paying adult. Whether it’s the water slide at Park Road Pool, the lazy river at Terrace View, or the zero-depth entry pool at Valley Mission, there’s an attraction for everyone in the family.

Closing dates for each pool vary, so here’s a link to the updated aquatics schedule to help you plan your summer swims.  For those with passionate swimmers in the family, opportunities for swim lessons and swim team await—registration opens April 22. Don’t forget about the iconic Paws in the Pool event at Valley Mission Pool on August 25, because the dogs deserve a day out, too!

Get Active

If your children are always on the move, the City of Spokane Valley has a range of sport-based development programs to keep them engaged and entertained. SuperTots and Skyhawks Sports Academies offer programs from March to mid-August close to home in your local parks. Available in various sessions, these programs promise mornings or evenings filled with fun and learning.

From toddlers finding their footing to teens mastering their shots, there’s a program for every age. SuperTots welcomes the youngest athletes, from 18 months to 5 years, into a world where baseball bats, cheer pom-poms, soccer balls, and footballs are tools for discovery and growth.

For older kids, Skyhawks broadens the horizon with pickleball, golf, volleyball, lacrosse, baseball, football, tennis, and more. These sessions aim to improve physical skills, promote teamwork, and build participants’ confidence. Don’t let your child miss out on the actionexplore our guide to find the perfect program.

Download the Spokane Valley Activity Guide

From captivating movie nights to poolside giggles and high-fives of sportsmanship, spring and summer in the Valley are yours to shape. As you scroll through the City of Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation Guide, discover the endless possibilities to make the most of these sunny months with your loved ones.

There’s something for everyone in Spokane Valley!

Unlocking Fun: Your Guide to Spring & Summer in Spokane Valley

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