Garbage Goat

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500-552 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA

Directions: The goat is near the Looff Carrousel; if you’re looking at the Carrousel facing north, the goat is just to the right.

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Submitted by: Karly Largin

The Garbage Goat in Riverfront Park was designed by Sister Paula Turnbull, a Catholic nun, for Expo ‘74 as a recycling/environmental statement. This steel goat sculpture will “eat” small pieces of trash with the aid of its vacuuming digestive system. Don’t throw your garbage on the ground; feed it to the Garbage Goat.

Source: Riverfront Park

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Directions to the next stop: Sherman Alexie’s Spiral Poem

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1

Head west on W Spokane Falls Blvd toward Centennial Trail

2

Sharp right onto N Monroe St

Destination will be on the right