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Meet Moxie The White Tiger At The 54th Annual Bighorn Outdoor Adventure Show!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Established in 1960, the Big Horn Show is one of the oldest and longest continually operated sports and recreation shows in the United States. Held annually at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, the Big Horn Show captures the great OUTDOORS, INDOORS. You won't want to miss our "Trophy Territory" to see the best of the best in a trophy display.

With 130,000 sq ft. of exhibition space, the show boasts a wide array of outdoor oriented vendors, guides and non-profit exhibitors. With over 300 exhibitors annually, they come from all over the lower 48 States and Alaska, Canada, Mexico, South America and Africa. Each year we host 28,000 area enthusiasts to four days of fun and excitement.

In Spokane, the Big Horn Show is Eastern Washington's premier event, designed, created and built by the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council volunteers.

WHEN: March 20th - 23rd 2014

WHERE: Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds

DATES AND TIMES:

March 20: 12pm - 8pm

March 21: 12pm - 8pm

March 22: 10am - 8pm

March 23: 10am - 4pm

ADMISSION:

Adults: 9.00

Military/Seniors/Students: 8.00

Kids 6 and under with parents are free!

Paid admission is good for all four days


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