Month: November 2019

Friends of the Bluff presents third-annual Bluff Talks

Five storytellers will connect listeners to Spokane’s High Drive Bluff Park on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. On Nov. 20, from 6:30-9 p.m. at The Montvale Event Center in Spokane (1017 W 1st Ave), Friends of the Bluff will present the third annual Bluff Talks. They’ve invited five people from the Spokane community to share their …

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Little Ripper: Jackson Syron, Age 12

To have fun skiing and make it a lifelong sport is every ski-parent’s dream for their kid. Twelve-year-old Jackson Syron, of Spokane, has only been skiing for two full seasons so far, but he has quickly progressed. “You would never know he hasn’t been skiing his whole life,” says his mom, Tiffany Syron, who learned …

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Winter Mountain Season Passholder Profiles

Chris & Beccie White, Mt. Spokane There are ski families, and then there are Ski Families. And one of the most hardcore ones in Spokane are Chris and Beccie White and their two teenage kids. Neither Chris, originally from Seattle, nor Beccie, from Colville, grew up as skiers. “I started skiing late—probably not until I …

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Ski Programs for Kids and Families in the Inland NW

Kids in the Inland Northwest have an abundance of fun, affordable learn to ski or snowboard programs to choose from. These are some of the most popular programs at local Ski the Northwest Rockies affiliated resorts, including 49 Degrees North, Lookout Pass, Mt. Spokane, and Silver Mountain. Always check with your favorite mountain to see …

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