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Plan your Saturday with horses, dogs, cats, and marching bands!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - PLAN YOUR SATURDAY!

Today September 27th is full of local events! Check some of them out! Here's the low down!

Equestrian Area Open House at Riverside State Park from 10am – 4:30pm. It's free and full of demonstrations, workshops and activities for any horse lover!

Kootenai Humane Society's Stuff That Truck at 8158 N. Government Way, Hayden from 11am-5pm. Bring an item for KHS and you'll be entered to win prizes. Also visit the shelter animals and maybe find your new best friend!

Spokane Preview Showcase at University High all day long! Check out this non-competitive marching day for new programs! It's only $5 to enjoy all the band music your heart can desire!

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