First Night and Kids Night Out

December 31, 2013 7:41 p.m.  •  0 comments

Kids started the evening and adults ended it on New Year’s Eve in Spokane. The annual night of music, comedy, art and food started with the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital Kids Night Out at the convention center. After a 6 p.m. parade, activities moved downtown with various venues for entertainment and restaurants filling with merrymakers.

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Baton twirler Anne Fields, 14, practices her routine outside while the marching band called the P-Jammers tunes up in the lobby of the Spokane Convention Center.

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Children gather around a fire pit on Spokane Falls Blvd. and roast marshmallows in the chilly air.

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Melody, Noah (age 7) and Denise Gerlitz don silly outfits and pose for a picture in a photo booth at the Spokane Convention Center.

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Madison Hoy, 6, stands in front of giant marionettes as she waits for the beginning of the annual Masquerade Parade outside the Spokane Convention Center.

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Robert Garcia carries the head of the balloon sculpture “Falkor the Luck Dragon” as groups line up for the Masquerade Parade down Spokane Falls Blvd. Tuesday.

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Taylor Lenhartzen, 9, carries a plastic light laber and marches in the Masquerade Parade down Spokane Falls Blvd. Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013.

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Taylor Groom, 2, and Nathan Groom, 5, pose for photos in front of giant marionettes on display in the lobby of the Spokane Convention Center.

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Daivion Bush (cq), 4, tests his handmade race car on an inclined track at the Spokane Convention Center at the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital Kids Night Out. JESSE TINSLEY jesset@spokesman.com

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A comedian named Leapin’ Louie mops his forehead while performing rope tricks at the Spokane Convention Center.

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Kingston Al-Hajri, left, 6, and Jonah Keller, 5, lean on the stage and try to figure out the secrets of magician Dick Frost at the Spokane Convention Center.

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A masked toddler assesses his appearance in a mirror after completing a paper mask with the help of volunteers Olivia Cook, left, and Keith Hahto, right, both members of the Lewis and Clark National Honor Society, at the Spokane Convention Center.

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