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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Post Falls Days Coming Up This Weekend

Post Falls is the place to be this weekend. Cancel your other plans right now and plan to attend Post Falls Days this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 5,6, and 7 at Q'emiln Park.

There will be live music, a big wheel race, a carnival, and a fishing derby.

If you're trying to get anywhere else around town on Saturday though, you may need a detour. The Post Falls Days parade is Saturday at 11am on Seltice Way. I couldn't find a map of the routes though, or anything saying whether roads would be closed. Can anyone help me out here?... let me know if you have info on the parade route. Thanks!

Here's more info on the other events going on as part of Post Falls Days.- SL

5 comments:

Shannon said...

Parade route is down Seltice Way from Frederick to Idaho St.

KMPO Staff said...

Thanks Shannon! I knew someone would know. I'm going to try to get out to check it out for myself. I've heard from other people that it's a neat event.

Kerri Rankin Thoreson said...

Thanks for the parade shout-out! This is my 18th year directing the parade with a fantastic crew of long-time volunteers. I love parades and what I love most about this one is it's still a small town event.
We have the world's largest (!) color guard comprised of a number of veterans organizations and a giant flag that requires two dozen handlers.
Join the fun and be sure to say hello when I pass by in my cart. :)
*announcer's stand is at Seltice & Post at Community 1st Bank.

KMPO Staff said...

What a contrast- a small town event with the world's largest color guard! Cool, I'm hoping to be able to make it, and I know my 'sidekick' Jeff Selle said he'd be there, just like every year.

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