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Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show starts today

The Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show is sponsored in March each year by the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council. (Courtesy)
The Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show is sponsored in March each year by the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council. (Courtesy)

The annual Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show starts on Thursday.

“The Big Horn show is everything outdoors,” said Wanda Clifford, the executive director of the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council and the show organizer. “We have hunting and fishing. We have ATVs, boats and trailers. A multitude of products for the whole family. We always want to impress that it’s not just a show for guys. A lot of things here for women too. It’s just family oriented trying to get people outdoors to recreate.”

The show starts on Thursday at noon and goes through Sunday. This year there are approximately 300 vendors at the show which will be held at the Spokane County Fairgrounds. The show is the fundraiser for the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council, Clifford said. Usually the show brings in roughly $180,000 for the council after expenses.

Friday night is ladies night, Clifford said. The first 500 women who come to the show will receive a swag bag and vendors will have discounts and giveaways throughout the evening.

Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students and military. Kids 6 and under are free. Ticket is good for all four days. For information: bighornshow.com.

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