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Shadle, Audubon parks unveil northwest Spokane summer concert series

UPDATED: Wed., June 21, 2017

Hundreds of concertgoers gather with friends, family, picnic baskets and barbecue under the pines at Audubon Park for a concert in July 2002. The summer concert series this year at Audubon will open July 13. (ROBERT J SHAER / File/The Spokesman-Review)
Hundreds of concertgoers gather with friends, family, picnic baskets and barbecue under the pines at Audubon Park for a concert in July 2002. The summer concert series this year at Audubon will open July 13. (ROBERT J SHAER / File/The Spokesman-Review)
From local reports

Shadle and Audubon parks will share Northwest Spokane’s summer concert series.

The free events run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in a family-friendly environment.

Lots of people bring picnic fare for enjoyable summer evenings.

Here is the lineup:

July 6, Spokane Jazz Orchestra, in Shadle Park.

July 13, On the Walk, in Audubon Park with ballroom dancers.

July 20, Atomic Jive, Audubon Park.

July 27, The Moops, Audubon Park.

Aug. 3, the Lilac City Community Band, Shadle Park.

The concerts are a joint offering of the Audubon Downriver Neighborhood Council and the Northwest Neighborhood Council.

The concerts are sponsored by local businesses and individual donations.

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