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National Night Out

Tonight is National Night Out Against Crime, when neighbors are encouraged to gather for picnics and barbecues to get to know each other. In the Spokane Valley area there are parties planned at Edgecliff SCOPE (4-7 p.m.), East SCOPE (6-9 p.m.), Trentwood SCOPE (3-6 p.m.), University SCOPE (6-8 p.m.) and the Spokane Valley Target store on East Sprague (1-3 p.m.). There will be many more gatherings occuring in neighborhoods. Call (509) 893-3934 before 4 p.m. tonight to find the location of one near year or check here for the addresses of the SCOPE stations.

National Night Out in Spokane Valley

There are going to be National Night Out Against Crime block parties across the Spokane Valley area tonight. There are too many to list, but there are a couple we can highlight. University SCOPE will be handing out free ice cream bars from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight at the SCOPE station, 10621 E. 15th. The group will also be handing out information on protecting yourself from break-ins and identity theft.

Edgecliff SCOPE will host a free barbecue tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. at the station, 522 S. Thierman Road. Certified Security and Sound, 1420 N. Pines Road, is hosting a free event from 3 to 7 p.m. tonight. There will be face painting, a coloring contest and other activities.

No council meeting tonight

This is just a reminder that there is no Spokane Valley City Council meeting tonight. Today is National Night Out and neighborhood parties have been planned all over. Several council members have indicated that they plan to attend some of the celebrations. Some local SCOPE stations are planning parties as well. So head out, find a gathering and meet your neighbors.

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