Three ways volunteers can help pick-up trash along the river in 2021: public clean-up events, DIY group events, and business/civic group events. Spokane Riverkeeper and the Spokane River Forum clean-up events are happening this spring and summer.
Whether you’re a beginner or want to hone some advanced mountain biking skills, Evergreen East Mountain Bike Alliance is offering clinics this spring and summer to fit all abilities and skill levels.
Join the Inland Northwest Land Conservancy (INLC) Stewardship Team at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve near Spokane for a day of citizen science volunteer work.
Pend Oreille Rowing and Paddling Association is hosting a celebration of non-motorized water recreation at North Idaho’s Priest River Recreation Area on August 21, 2021.
Riders of all abilities are invited to enjoy a scenic ride during Cycle Celebration, July 25, 2021, an event that great for families, kids, and less-experienced riders of all ages.
After being cancelled in 2020, Spokatopia Outdoor Adventure Festival returns on Sept. 18, 2021 (postponed from July) to Camp Sekani Park.
If you’ve been missing runs or rides with other humans this past year, things are looking up for 2021. While many races, fun runs, and rides are still only offering virtual events (that can still be completed with your own friends or family), there are quite a few live events with some level of COVID safety mitigation planned this year. Sign up for one or more and get outside, be safe, and run, walk, and ride together!
Tundra Swan Festival in Cusick, Wash., takes place on March 20, 2021. Event includes presentations, workshops, information booths, artisan vendors, a bus shuttle to Calispel Lake for wildlife viewing, and a hot buffet lunch at the Camas Center for Community Wellness in Cusick. Buy tickets online at www.porta.us/tundraswanfestival.