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40th Anniversary Expo Celebration

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Saturday, June 21st is a day you won't want to miss as we celebrate Spokane's World Fair with "Remembering Expo '74." It's a super celebration featuring:

· FREE guided history tours departing from the Clocktower, 10am-2pm

· $.74 hot dogs at the Fountain Café and Pavilion Restaurant

· Expo Memories with staff & guests

· A look ahead with the Riverfront Park Master Plan team

· Famed Garbage Goat celebrates its 40th birthday

· KDRK Country in the Park FREE Listener Appreciation Concert, 2 - 6 p.m.

· And at 8 p.m. the Tops in Blue United States Air Force Touring Ensemble FREE concert at the Lilac Bowl

About Riverfront Park

The City of Spokane's Riverfront Park is considered one of the most scenic urban parks in the nation. With over 100 acres to explore, much of it located on an island, you are sure to discover the magnificent Spokane Falls and River, the Expo '74 Pavilion, 1902 Clocktower, 1909 Looff Carrousel, the Sculpture Walk which includes the Riverfront Rotary Interactive Fountain, giant Red Wagon, garbage eating goat, Vietnam Memorial, Centennial Trail bike path, Havermale Point and inviting meadows and conservation areas. In addition to the abundant scenery, Riverfront Park offers year round fun and entertaining options for the whole family. The 1909 Looff Carrousel, SkyRide Over the Falls, Giant Screen IMAX Theatre, Pavilion Amusement Rides and outdoor covered Ice Palace will engage guests for a full day of opportunities. Riverfront Park is also the host of the largest regional events including Bloomsday, Hoopfest, Pig Out in the Park, 4th of July Festival, First Night Celebration, Pow Wow and the Armed Forces Torchlight Parade. For more information, visit spokaneparks.org , like us on Facebook , or follow us on Twitter

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