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 All Ages A nature path is being planned for the Latah Creek valley. It will connect seven Spokane neighborhoods through pedestrian and bicycle trails, as well as enhance native plantings along the creek. This series is part of a partnership with Spokane City Parks, Inland Northwest Trails and Conservation Coalition (INTC) and the National Parks Service. Other supporters include Spokane Preservation Advocates, Spokane Mountaineers and the American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington Chapter. See https://my.spokanecity.org/projects/latah-hangman-valley-trail/ Join an amble of less than a mile with experts and a small group to explore the many ways you can be outside no sweat! Meeting details, dress and equipment suggestions will be sent after you register. $10.00 per session. Parents with children under 16 and therapeutic rec participants and their companions can attend for $5.00 each. Jerry White Jr. Spokane Riverkeeper Hangman Creek: Home to fishes of all stripes. Hangman Creek was once home to ocean going salmon, trout, and many smaller finned creatures. Come learn about the native redband trout, now the mascot of the Spokane Indians baseball team, and why these fish have a very important story to tell about the health of our waters!