Kettle Range Rendezvous
Jul
12
to Jul 14

Kettle Range Rendezvous

Make plans now to attend the Kettle Range Rendezvous will be held at the Lambert Creek Campground, July 12, 13 and 14.

This campground can be reached from SR 21 west of Sherman Pass - at the junction of SR 21 & 20 and the Cennex Station 2.8 miles east of Republic, travel north 9 miles to Lambert Creek Rd (Road 546) and then east for 6 miles take the left branch where the road Y’s and on to FS 2156, go 1.2 miles to the campground. Lambert Creek Campground has picnic tables, outhouse and lots of camping space.

Hikes will include Marcus Trail, Midnight Trail, Lambert Trail and potentially a whitebark pine hike to Wapaloosie and back to Marcus Trail.

Find more information here: http://www.kettlerange.org/

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Paddle the Hanford Reach
Jul
27
8:00 AM08:00

Paddle the Hanford Reach

Internationally acclaimed mountaineer and author of “Paddling the Columbia: A Guide to All 1,200 Miles of Our Scenic & Historic River,” John Roskelley will lead a kayak tour of the Hanford Reach segment of the Columbia River. The tour will take paddlers 19 miles from Vernita Bridge, past the iconic Hanford reactors, to the White Bluffs WDFW Boat Launch. Depending on the speed of the water, the trip will take 5 to 6 hours.

Paddlers must have some kayaking experience, and must be 18 or older.

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Brewftop
Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

Brewftop

Save the date for the rooftop party of the year! We are throwing you - the future leaders, supporters, and activists in our community - another Brewftop Party. This party will catch you up on what The Lands Council does for our regional environment, why it is important, and how you can get involved.

Do you know who The Lands Council is? Know what we do to protect our local Inland Northwest environment? No? Well you should! Let's share a beer and eat some food, so you can get to know us.

Beer!
Live Music!
Food!

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Spokane River Clean Up
Sep
14
9:00 AM09:00

Spokane River Clean Up

Love the Spokane River? Join over 600 folks from across our region in the annual 16th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up on Saturday, September 14th.

Each year, the trash tallies grow as more and more volunteers show up and cover more and more areas along the Spokane River shoreline. A growing list of groups and organizations – like high schools, churches, whitewater groups, service clubs and others – sign up too. The Clean-Up is a great way to give back to the community and beautify the river.

Whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced picker-upper, you’re invited to join the fun. This year’s event is planned to cover locations in the Spokane Valley, University District, the Downtown River Gorge area around Peaceful Valley, High Bridge Park, and People’s Park.

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