Horse and Carriage Rides will clip along starting Friday June 1. Enjoy the sights of downtown from a horse drawn carriage, and sit back to enjoy the ride.
- Fridays 5:00 to 9:00pm
- Pick-up at 221 N Wall Street, across from the Wheatland Bank ATM.
Please remember the horses require breaks and plenty of water, and that they may be more numerous during cold weather. This will impact wait times for the carriage rides.
- The carriage travels through downtown along Main Ave and Spokane Falls Blvd
- Each ride lasts approximately 15 minutes
- The carriage can comfortably hold up to 8 adults
- Please wait until the carriage is stopped and secured before boarding or exiting
- Please ask the driver before petting the horses and do not stand directly in front of the horses
- Animals are not allowed on the carriage
- The horses will take a 60 minute break during each shift
- Carriage rides are subject to cancellation due to weather, road conditions, and mechanical factors.
- Tips for the driver are appreciated
Thank you to our sponsor
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Back by popular demand, Downtown Spokane is shutting down Wall Street every Friday for June, July, August and September to bring you Food Truck Fridays!
This year with a wider variety of trucks, take a break from your day for great food, entertainment and company.
Appearances by: Brain Feeze Creamery * Compass Breakfast Wagon * Couple of Chefs * Crate * D. Lish’s * King of Tacos * Mac Daddy’s * Mangia * Meat BBQ * Mixed Plate * One Night Stand BBQ * Skewers * Tacos Camargo * Toby’s BBQ
For a weekly schedule of trucks visit http://greaterspokanefoodtrucks.com/events/.
- Friday June 22: Tonya Ballman
This is an annual event with two purposes:
- Fill downtown Spokane with a variety of music and performance art ever year during the noon hours of one business week.
- Raise money for our 2nd Harvest Inland Northwest Food Bank.
Spokane Street Music Week is always held during the second full week of June. Daily from noon to 1:00pm, stroll through downtown and patron your favorite busker, for a good reason!
Food bank officials say they can purchase six pounds of food for every dollar donated.