There are many events happening in the Spokane area to honor the holidays and take advantage of the long weekend.

At its heart, Memorial Day is a day to honor all the men and women who have died in U.S. military service.

Here is a list of events happening in the Spokane area to honor the holidays and enjoy the long weekend.

Washington State Veterans Graveyard

Medical Lake will not hold a public ceremony for Memorial Day this year; however, a virtual Memorial Day celebration will be available on the Facebook page of the cemetery.

Although the cemetery does not hold a public ceremony, WDVA said it remains committed to honoring veterans with the solemn dignity and respect they have earned through their service and sacrifice. The cemetery will feature wreaths donated by community groups. Stationary flags will be hoisted at mid-range until noon, as usual, before being hoisted to full staff at noon.

Tribute to the service’s benefit concert and motor show

The event will take place on Sunday, May 30 and start at 5 p.m. There will be live music, beer garden, classic car show and free hot dogs! All proceeds from the event will benefit 2nd Harvest Food Bank.

The Green Bluff Farm Market is now open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Memorial Day weekend is their opening weekend and in addition to all the goods and products available, they provide their famous opening weekend donuts!

Hiking in Washington State Parks

Here is a list of state parks in eastern Washington. For a full list of reopening state parks in Washington, Click here.

  • Alta Lake State Park
  • Centennial Trail State Park
  • Columbia Plateau Trail
  • Conconully State Park
  • Curlew Lake State Park
  • Fields Spring State Park
  • Lake Chelan State Park
  • Lake Wenatchee State Park
  • Lewis and Clark Trail
  • Lincoln Rock State Park
  • Lyons Ferry State Park
  • Mount Spokane State Park
  • Palouse Falls State Park
  • Pearrygin Lake State Park
  • Riverside State Park
  • Rockport State Park
  • Squilchuck State Park
  • Steamboat Rock State Park
  • Steptoe Battlefield State Park
  • Steptoe Butte State Park
  • Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park
  • Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park
  • Wenatchee Confluence State Park

Wiley E. Waters is offering rafting trips on the Spokane River. The trip begins a few minutes from downtown Spokane and takes approximately two hours.

Your guide will lead you through two Class III Bowl rapids while rafting in Riverside National Park. There are opportunities for swimming and wildlife along the way.

Drinks and equipment are included.

The paint and syrup workshop in Spokane is organizing a festive event on May 31 at 6 p.m. Their United We Stand event will feature a painting inspired by the holidays. Record, Click here.



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