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Hub Sports Center 10 Year Anniversary Family Fun Festival

The HUB Sports Center, a nonprofit, community-based, sports facility, will celebrate 10 years of service to youth and families by hosting its annual Family Fun Festival, HUB-apalooza, this Friday, September 29 from 4-7pm. Parents and kids will have the opportunity to participate in multiple games and activities.

There will be a ceremonial ribbon cutting at 4:30pm with the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce and Greater Spokane Incorporated. Past and present Board of Director members will make brief comments regarding the impact this organization has had on the community. Many community leaders and elected officials will be in attendance.

The goal of the HUB-apalooza Family Fun Festival is to showcase the variety of events and activities that take place at the HUB Sports Center (19619 E. Cataldo Ave. - Barker Rd. exit of I-90). All five basketball courts as well as the upstairs mezzanine and studios will have activities for kids and families to participate. Activities include: basketball, volleyball, futsal/soccer, pickleball, baseball, table tennis, aerobics, and martial arts. Some food and drinks will be provided.

"We are inviting the community to come celebrate our 10 year anniversary with us. Bring the family and explore some of the fun events and activities that take place at the HUB Sports Center." - Phil Champlin Executive Director of the HUB Sports Center.

For more information, visit www.HubSportsCenter.org.

Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour is this Saturday

It's the region's most unique art event. The 10th Anniversary Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour this Saturday, September 30 from 10-5. It will have 3 dozen artists divided up between the 4 studios of Jill Smith, Gina Freuen, Shani Marchant and Kay O'Rourke.

Original works are available for sale in a multitude of mediums including painting, metal sculpture, pottery, jewelry, photography, wood, fiber and clothing design, leather, origami, and mixed media sculpture. And all the artists will be there to answer questions and discuss process.

All studios have free parking close to the studios. The two furthest points (O'Rourke Studio to Smith Studio) in the studio tour are only 5 miles apart from one another or 11 minutes by car. The studios of Smith and Freuen are handicapped accessible. Refreshments by Mead School District Riverpoint Academy will be available for purchase at the Freuen Studio. No dogs are allowed at the sites.

The website, Littlespokanestudios.com, has a visual listing of the studios with images and links to each artist, and a downloadable driving map with directions.

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