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The CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley will host the Feast of Tabernacles 2023. The meeting hall has seating for 500 plus, and is a beautiful modern facility with many smaller meeting rooms to serve the variety of family-oriented activities planned during God’s Festival. Spokane Valley will be the West Coast "live webcast" site, offering live services each day of the Feast. Please register and pre-pay to reserve your spot for the cruises and other fun activities by clicking this link.
Spokane Valley is just east of the City of Spokane on I-90 and 15 minutes from the Idaho State line. Located in the northeast corner of Washington State, the greater Spokane area (including Northern Idaho) offers both the climate and terrain for outdoor enthusiasts. In minutes you can be hiking a densely forested trail, picnicking at one of the spectacular forest lakes or just strolling along the Spokane River as it winds its way through town. If you like boating, kayaking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, rock climbing, offroading, horseback riding, fishing, photography or just relaxing in God's great splendor, this is the place for you!
Love good food? The area has a thriving foodie scene and whatever your culinary taste, you will find it here. The area is also well-known for its beautiful wineries and unique craft breweries. During the Feast, the Green Bluff Fall Harvest Festival comes to life over 12 square miles, as 30 family farms and many artisan vendors offer their land and goods to the public. It is a real local treat.
The area is filled with history and blessed with beauty. In 1974, Spokane became the smallest city to ever host the World’s Fair. Still home to the United States Pavilion and other Riverfront Park attractions, the area was named “America’s most beautiful urban park” in 2020 by the National Geographic. There are many Hotels near the Spokane River, and the area is rich in Vacation Rental properties. Northern Idaho offers a variety of scenic outdoor activities as well, and of course the beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene is just a short 30-minute drive from services.
Northeast Washington State has a drier climate with average daytime temperatures ranging from low 70s to the low 60s; evenings are typically in the mid to low 40s. The elevation in the Spokane area is 1,850-2,000 feet above sea level. Sunrise is around 7 a.m., and sunset near 6:30 p.m. The sunshine during the day and the brisk clean air in the evenings provide a perfect setting for God’s fall festival. We will be updating the website with information pertaining to the schedule and activities as our team works hard to prepare. For more regional tourist information, please VisitSpokane.com.
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