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2014-2015 Family GuideEditor/PublisherCharity BagatsingFind us on facebook:nwfamilyfunguide509.928.9664Activities. 6Health .13Community.20Education .32Shop Local .36Ad IndexAzar's 6Bumpers Bowling. page 34Butterbean 9Check It Out Travel. page 22Clear Chiropractic. page 19Coeur d' Alene Photography. page 36Dennis Mitchell. page 18Dids Froyo. page 13District 81. page 24 & 25Events Rents. page 23Family Guide/Family Fun Fair. page 39Froyo Earth. page 20FunFlicks. page 31GET 1Greenbriar Inn. page 38Hope School. page 32Idaho STARS. page 27International Experience. page 16Jump N2 Fun. page 8Kelly Quashnik Photography. page 10Kelly Tareski Photography. page 30Kona Ice. page 30Little Scholars Early Learning Center. page 36Mobius Children's Musem. page 12Museum of Arts & Culture. page 10My Night Out. page 38Nothing Bundt Cakes. page 26NW Bellydance . page 20Paul Mitchell Spokane. page 34Polka Dot Pottery. page 35Riverfront Park. Back CoverRogers 7SAFE (Senior Assistance Fund of E. WA). page 15Second Chance Ranch. page 18Set Point Physiology. page 17Skyhigh Sports. page 21Speed of Light Computer. page 35Spokane 2Spokane Indians Baseball. page 11Thai Bamboo. page 35Layout & DesignElizabeth ix.com509.928.3342Copy EditorKelly ElkinsAssistant to the EditorJoellen DoylLauren DoylKelsey DoylAccount ExecutiveMargie BasarabaKim BrownKelly ElkinsMark OrlowskiStacey TakaokaCover Photo byKelly TareskiThank You to Our GuestPhotographers:Brennen BaileyPennie CollinsonKelly QuashnikThe 2014-2015 Family Guide is a 501-C3Nonprofit Corporation. Our mission is tostrengthen and support families, educators,outreach workers, community volunteers andadvocates in Spokane and N. Idaho. We carryout this mission through an annual parentingguide. It is a FREE directory designed toprovide families with school age children, alist of parenting programs, support groups andresources available in the community.

Find Ottothe Mascot!Otto the world’s onlySpokaneasaurus is hidingsomewhere in the pages ofthe 2014-2015 Family Guide!CONTEST!Hey KidsWant To Throw A Summer PartyFor Your Family & Friends? For children 2nd grade & under– draw us a picture of yourfavorite Summer Activity. For children 3rd grade and up– give us your top ten favoriteLocal Summer Activities.All entries will be displayed atSkyhigh Sports located at #1322 E.Front Ave., Spokane WA 99202.Two winners will receive a FamilyPass from Skyhigh Sports.A Backyard Movie Partyfrom Fun FlicksReaders who correctly identify the page whereOtto the mascot is hiding will be eligible to meetOtto the mascot at a game this summer!2 - Contest Winners will receive:4 Upper Box Seats to a Spokane Indians gameduring the 2014 season4 t-shirts, 4 hats, 4 baseball, and the opportunity tomeet OTTO the Mascot at a 2014 game.Are You Ready To Join The Search?Send us a letter that says: Dear Family Guide,I found Otto the Mascot on page # !Please include your name, address andphone number on the card and mail to:Otto the Mascot Contest10922 E. 47th Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99206The drawing will be held on June 3, 2014. So grab a pen, start lookingfor Otto and get your entries in! For more information about theSpokane Indians Baseball Club please visit:www.spokaneindiansbaseball.comA 169.00 Bounce Package fromNorthwest Party ProsPlease Mail Entries:Family Guide Summer Party10922 E. 47th Ave.,Spokane Valley, WA 99206Contest applies to kids ages 12and under. Winner will becontacted by July 1, 2014

a c t i v i t i e sAfter School:Educational Fun & Games:Boy Scouts of AmericaInland Northwest Council BSA411 W. Boy Scout Way, Spokane, WA 99201(509) 325-4562Adventure Dynamics Inc.(509) reDynamics.comBoys and Girls Club ofSpokane County544 E. Providence St., Spokane, WA 99207(509) 489-0741Mobius Kids Children’s Museum808 W Main Ave., Lower Level,Spokane, WA 99201(509) 321-7125www.Mobiusspokane.orgCamp Fire Inland Northwest524 N. Mullan Rd., Spokane Valley, WA 99206(509) 747-6191www.campfireinc.orgGirl Scouts Spokane1404 N. Ash St., Spokane, WA 99201(509) 747-8091 or (800) 827-9478www.gsiec.orgGirls Scouts Coeur d’ Alene410 E. Sherman Ave., Ste. 309Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814(509) 747-8091 ext. 243www.gsiec.orgGirls Scouts Sandpoint110 Main St., Unit 5, Sandpoint, ID 83864(800) 827-9478 ext. 246www.gsiec.orgKootenai Youth Recreation Organization3525 W. Seltice Ave., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814(208) s Outdoor Movie Service(509) nts.htmlPEMCO Outdoor Movies at Riverfront oorMoviesatRiverfrontWednesdays from June 11 – July 16, 2014Live entertainment, trivia, food, vendors and bigscreen outdoor movies under the stars. Located atthe Lilac Bowl in Riverfront Park, just east of theclock tower. Please check website and Facebook fordetails, entertainers, vendors and movies.Spokane IndiansAvista Stadium, 602 N. Havana St.,Spokane, WA 99202(509) 535-2922www.spokaneindiansbaseball.com6Elizabeth CasteelMobius Science Center811 W Main St., Ste. 015 Spokane, WA 99201(509) 443-5669 (509) 624-KIDSwww.Mobiusspokane.orgSpokane Badminton Club(208) ady.com509-928-3342Tomatoes are an easy way to show children where their foodcomes from. Grow in a flower garden or a container on apatio. 153 varieties to choose from. See my website for moreinformation. Plants should be available by the end of April.

Taste the Qualityat Roger’s Ice Cream & Burgers!We are a local family owned business. We areproud to give back to our local community andcreate local jobs. The original Roger’s Ice Cream& Burgers was established in 1940 in Moscow,Idaho and is now located on Sherman Ave. &13th. Our 2nd location, Roger’s Burgers is onNeider Ave. between Hwy 95 and GovernmentWay just north of I-90 was opened Spring 2012.While most fast food restaurants serve frozen,over-processed, prepackaged, precooked food,everything at Roger’s is made to order fromscratch the old fashioned way. We are committedto serving the highest quality, freshest ingredients starting with our hamburgers. We makethem from 100% fresh ground beef. No frozenhamburger patties, and absolutely no fillers. Wealso serve an amazing juicy turkey burger and excellent garden burger. Nothing is kept under heatlamps and we don’t even own a microwave. Wecook every burger & fry fresh to order. All ourburgers are topped with the freshest ingredients.Our lettuce is hand-shredded, and onions andtomatoes are sliced daily. Our burger & fry sauceare made from scratch.At Roger’s, the perfect complement to a greatburger is great homemade French fries. We handcut locally grown potatoes daily and never usefrozen, processed French fries with added preservatives and ingredients. We fry our fries in RiceBran oil which has no preservatives, trans-fats orchemical. It has naturally occurring antioxidants,omega 3 & omega 6.The Sherman location has over 17 flavors ofpremium hand dipped ice cream to choose fromincluding specialty flavors Caramel Caribou &Moose Tracks. Not to mention local favoriteHuckleberry Heaven. Also, a no sugar addedflavor and a non-dairy sorbet. Ask about ourseasonal flavor of the month. Come check outour nostalgic, family friendly restaurant. We areopen year round, with great outdoor seating &a covered patio during the hot summer months.During the cold winter months you can call inyour order ahead of time and we will bring it outto your car or you can enjoy in our heated tent.The Neider location offers indoor seating and aconvenient drive thru. Although there is no handscooped ice cream, we do offer ice cream shakesor malts in vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, andhuckleberry.At Roger’s we pride ourselves on serving fresh,quality ingredients with great, friendly service.enNow Opound!Year RRoger’s Ice Cream & Burgers1224 E. Sherman Ave, Coeur d’Alene208.930.4900 Award Winning Hamburgers madefrom 100% fresh ground beef Great turkey & garden burgersRoger’s Burgers155 W. Neider Ave (Between Hwy 95 & Govt. Way)208.644.0696 Homemade fresh cut french fries Ice cream shakes Locally Owned & Operated

a c t i v i t i e sSnake Pit Derby he Lilac City Roller llergirls.comWallace District Mining Museum509 Bank St., Wallace, ID rmance Arts:Blekker School of Dance10417 E. Dean Ave., Spokane, WA 99206(509) 892-7977www.blekerschoolofdance.comChristian Dance Academy631 S. Richard Allen Ct., Spokane, WA 99202(509) 217-8025cdaspokane@yahoo.comChristian Dance Academy (like us on Facebook)Coeur D Alene Summer Theater Kids Camp880 W. Garden Ave.,Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814(208) 769-7780www.cdasummertheatre.comCYT SpokaneChristian Youth Theater6205 E. Mansfield Ste. ASpokane Valley, WA 99212Interplayers Theatre174 S. Howard St., Spokane, WA 99201(509) 455-7529BOUNCESLIDEFUNSERVICEWe are the ONLY North Idaho and Eastern Washington Inflatable Bounce Party Rental Companywith ALL DAY Rentals(At Jump N2 Fun we deliver at 8:30 am and don’t pickup until after 7:30 pm).Kids’ Music Round9003 E. Euclid Ave. Ste. B,Spokane, WA 99212(509)599-1900www.kidsmusicround.comTheater Arts for Children2114 N. Pines Rd., Ste. 3S,Spokane Valley, WA 99216(509) 995-6718www.Theaterartsforchildren.orgSpokane Children’s Theatre(509) 328-48862727 N. Madelia Ste. #5, Spokane, WA 99207www.Spokanechildrenstheatre.orgWe have the newest fleet, clean our rentals the morning of the party, andwe provide affordable: Bounce HousesSlidesWaterslidesCombinationsObstacle CoursesJump N2 Fun (208) www.jumpn2fun.com8

a c t i v i t i e sSpokane Symphony1001 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, WA 99201(509) 624-1200Visual Arts:The Art Coop4225 N. G St., Spokane, WA 99205(509) 327-3726www.theartcoop.netSpokane Art School809 W. Garland Ave., Spokane, WA 99205(509) 325-3001www.spokaneartschool.netNorthwest Museum of Arts & Culture2316 W. First Ave., Spokane, WA 99201(509) 363-5355www.northwestmuseum.orgSpokane Arts Commission(509) 321-9614www.spokanearts.org9

a c t i v i t i e sYouth SportsHub Sports Center19619 E. Cataldo Ave., Liberty Lake, WA 99016(509) 927-0602www.hubsportscenter.orgSYSA Spokane Youth Sports Association800 N. Hamilton St., Ste. 201Spokane, WA 99202(509) 536-1800www.sysa.comSpecialized Needs Recreation3700 N. Government Way Ste. I & J,Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815(208) 755-6781Valley Youth Soccer9116 E. Sprague Ave., # 138 Spokane Valley, WA(509) 924-7661www.vysoccer.orgSky High Sports1322 E. Front Ave., Spokane, WA 99202(509) 321-5867www.spo.jumpskyhigh.comYMCA of the Inland Northwest1126 N. Monroe St., Spokane, WA 99201(509) 838-3577 (509) 777-9622Spokane Junior Soccer9116 E. Sprague Ave., # 138 Spokane, WA 99206(509) 747-5017Spokanesoccer.orgSpokane Shadow Youth Soccer Club(509) 869-6176www.spokanesoccerclubshadow.orgThe First Tee Inland ce Age Floods and Wooly Mammoths Spokane Tribe of Indians Julyamsh and Pow Wows BingCrosby and Mildred Bailey Balazs and Kienholz Spokane’s Chinatown Spokane’s KentuckyDerby Winner US Army and Indian Wars Stagecoaches and Combines Natatorium Park andDiscover the History,Wright Campbell, Cannon, Glover and James Chase 100 Year-old Companies Kalispel Tribe ofTribal Cultures and Art ofIndians Inventors and Innovators Victorian Fashion and Everyday Clothes Chief Spokane Garry the Inland Northwest.Streetcars Coeur d’Alene Tribe Timber, Wheat and Wine Forts Walla Walla, Spokane and GeorgeBloomsday and Community Gatherings Buffalo Soldiers and Fairchild AFB Watering the West withGrand Coulee Dam Women’s Suffrage and Father’s Day Ms. Tokushima and Sister Cities SilverValley Mines, Railroads and Labor Unrest Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservations HistoricPresentingDavenportHotel RenovatedFoxTheater andTheSponsorBing Miss Spokane Promotes the Inland NorthwestNorthwestMuseumof Arts &Culture1 mile west of downtown Spokanein Browne’sAddition JacoFinlay andSpokane House May Arkwright Hutton and Kirtland Cutter Felts and Geiger Fields10

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h eAmericans”a l t“Salute to OlderEssay Contest for 1st – 6th GradershDue Date: May 9, 2014Each May, the nation celebrates OlderAmericans Month to recognize older Americans (ages 60 and over) for their contributions and provide them with information tohelp them stay healthy and active. This year,we are focusing on injury prevention withthe theme Safe Today, Healthy Tomorrow.We want to hear from young people aboutthe older adult in their life and why theyare special. It could be a grandparent, arelative, a neighbor, or someone that is extraspecial – aged 60 and over. Older Americansgive their time generously and can have apositive impact on the lives of young people.We want to acknowledge and celebrate thecontributions that older Americans make tothe lives of others.Two top prizes will be awarded during anassembly the end of May. A Family Packof four (4) tickets to Silverwood ThemePark, and to another lucky winner, the useof Spokane’s own Game Truck featuring astate-of-the art Mobile Game Theater featuring four flat screen TVs, dozens of videogames, the latest consoles, climate controland experienced Game Coaches.Instructions:Only one entry per person, recognizingone older American (age 60 plus)Maximum one 9.5” x 11” written pagesubmittedEntries must include the name, grade, address, and phone number of Parent/Guardian, and the name of the student’s schooland teacherChild must attend school in Spokane,Whitman, Pend Oreille, Stevens or FerryCountyEntries must be mailed or hand deliveredto ALTCEW, 1222 N Post, Spokane, WA99201 by no later than May 9, 2014No faxed or e-mailed entries acceptedCall 509.458.2509 if you have questions.Request extension 502 and leave a message.The 3rd Annual Older Americans MonthWriting Contest is offered by SAFE (SeniorAssistance Fund of Eastern Washington andthe Aging and Long Term Care of EasternWashington (ALTCEW) for students attending school in Spokane County.Bottom of page split for conference informationSave the Date!!!There Are No Right Answers:Ethical Dilemmas in Serving Vulnerable AdultsSave the Date for a 7 hour Workshopfeaturing Wendy Lustbader andKaren SayreTopics will include:1. Options for Managing Finances2. Assessing Complicated SituationsWorkshop Brought toyou by S.A.F.E. (SeniorAssistance Fund ofEastern Washington)3. Responding to Self-Neglect and Slow Suicide4. Suicide Prevention: What Can We Do?For professionals and caregivers working with vulnerable populations:older adults, persons with disabilities, veterans, individuals living withTraumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress DisorderThe event will be May 14, 2014At the Lincoln Center, 1316 N Lincoln St, Spokane, WARegistration begins 8:30 amWorkshop is 9:00 am to 4:00 pmCE CREDITS WILL BE AVAILABLECOST To Be AnnouncedFor more information, contact S.A.F.E. at (509) 458-2509 ext. 502 or

h e a l t hInternationalExperienceJoy and Todd Amunrud and their two childrenJane (8) and Jens (5) of Northfield recentlywelcomed, 18 year old, Zin Mar from Myanmar(Burma) into their home as an exchange student.The transition from Myanmar, a hot tropicalcountry to a Minnesota fall and winter was a significant change to say the least for Zin Mar. “Shehas been great about handling the cold winters,very adaptable, and even willing to go outside,”laughs Joy Mar attends the local high school and is eventaking a class at school called “service learning”. This allows her to participate regularly as avolunteer in local elementary schools and otherplaces around Northfield. Zin Mar has a sincereconcern for those around her. She dreams ofbecoming a civil rights attorney when she goesback to Myanmar so that she can assist disadvantaged girls who are subject to illegal traffickingin Burma. The service learning class offered herhost school continues to reinforce this aspirationin Zin Mar.In Myanmar most homes do not have ovens.The Amunruds have had fun introducing ZinMar to the art of baking. She has been very curious how to add ingredients and the chemistrythat is involved in the process. On special occasions Zin Mar will prepare a traditional Burmesedinner of stir-fry and fried rice for the family.The experience to host an exchange studentfrom Myanmar has been a positive one for theAmunruds. It has provided them an opportunityto appreciate their family, home, and communityfrom a fresh perspective. “My own culture andcustoms are taking on a new meaning. This hasbeen an enriching experience for us, as a family. Itmakes you stop and think about your life differently and has made me more intentional aboutmy own life and life choices,” reports Joy. Thanksto the love and special care of Joy and her family,Zin Mar will cherish this incredible winterlandadventure. When she returns to Myanmar atthe end of the school year she may finally get achance to thaw out but she will certainly haveCombs Orthodontics418 E. 30th Ave., Spokane, WA 99203(509) 624-1139www.combsotho.comCounselling /Mental Health:Combs Orthodontics605 E. Holland #217, Spokane, WA 99218(509) 998-1745www.combsotho.comSilver Lake Dental2201 N. Government Way Ste. A,Coeur d’ Alene, ID 83814(208) 667-3971www.silverlakedentalcda.comSmith Orthodontics101 W. Cascade Way, Ste. 100Spokane, WA 99208(509) 467-6535www.smithortho.comPassages Family Support1002 N. Superior St., Spokane, WA 99202(509) 892-9241www.passages-spokane.orgYouth Suicide Prevention Program(509) 475-7334Speech TherapyRiteCare Spokane1108 W. Riverside Ave., Spokane, WA 99208(509) 838-2310www.ritecarewa.orgOrganizationsAmerican Cancer Society920 N. Washington Ste., 200Spokane, WA 99201(509) 455-344016many new tales to tell her friends back home.For additional information about student exchange, studying abroad or hosting an exchangestudent please contact Dawn Green at 208-4478118 or Childhood Cancer OrganizationInland Northwest101 W. 8th St #E370, Spokane, WA 99204(509) 474-2759American Heart Association AmericanStroke Association140 S. Arthur St., Ste. 610, Spokane, WA ��s Miracle Network Hospitals of theInland Northwest601 W. 1st Ave, Spokane, WA, 99201(509) 473-6370cmnspokane.orgCSL Plasma Services9621 E. Sprague Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206(509) 926-1881104 W. 3rd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201(509) 624-1252Down Syndrome Family Network1219 E. Thurston Ave Spokane, WA 99203(509) 455-7439

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Boy Scouts of America Inland Northwest Council BSA 411 W. Boy Scout Way, Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 325-4562 Boys and Girls Club of Spokane County 544 E. Providence St., Spokane, WA 99207 (509) 489-0741 Camp Fire Inland Northwest 524 N. Mullan Rd., Spokane Valley, WA 992