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Your Guide to Spokane, Washington - With the gorgeous Spokane River flowing right through its downtown area, Spokane offers a warm welcome to visitors and those thinking of moving there. Spokane, WA has a population of around 435,000 in its metropolitan area as of 2004. Nearby cities include Boise, Helena, Juneau and Salt Lake City. Spokane, WA is the second largest city in Washington and also the largest between Minneapolis and Seattle.

A Brief History of Spokane, WA

Native Americans were the first to reside in Spokane, Washington. The name "Spokane" derived from the tribe name that stands for "Children of the Sun." During the 1830s, missionaries arrived in the area. Railroad construction helped the area to grow even more during the 1880s. In 1881, the city became incorporated and consisted of 1.56 square miles. The city was called Spokan (without an e) Falls then, and 350 people lived there. In 1883, an "e" was added to the name to make it Spokane, and "Falls" was dropped from the name.

An event that almost devastated the city was the fire of 1889, which destroyed 32 blocks of the downtown area, but the city recovered. In 1913, a City Hall was built at the corner of Wall Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard. The City Hall was once the place where all the city offices resided, but now houses restaurants and shops as a heritage building. The offices were moved to the Montgomery Wards building in 1981. In 1974, the World Fair was held in Spokane, WA. Expo '74, once a rail yard, was made into what is now Riverfront Park to host the Fair.

Living in Spokane, WA

For those considering a move to Spokane, Washington, the average household income is around $38,939 as of 2009. Homes sell for an average of $189,121 as of 2009. There are around 22 main communities in Spokane, WA including Airway Heights, Deer Park, Latah, Liberty Lake, Marshall, Mead, Medical Lake, Milan, Milwood, Rockford and others. Colleges and universities include Gonzaga University, Eastern Washington University, Spokane Community College, Whitworth College and Spokane Falls Community College. There are several libraries, hotels and an airport in Spokane, WA as well.

Other popular cities we deliver to in Washington include Seattle, WA, Tacoma, WA, and Yakima, WA.

Spokane, Washington Tourism

Spokane, WA attracts many outdoors men who love to ski, hike, fish, camp, etc. There are also golf courses, relaxing parks and more. For those who enjoy historic sites, there are several in Spokane, including Fort Nisqually Historic Site, Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, Whitman Mission National Historic Site and Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

One doesn't have to look far for beauty in Spokane - only at the lovely waterfalls in the downtown area on the picturesque Spokane river.

Spokane, WA also hosts several events and festivals each year. The Lilac Bloomsday Run in May is the largest timed road race in the nation. The Spokane Lilac Festival offers a parade and a brilliant display of spring flowers, focusing on lilacs. This festival has been held since 1938. The popular Hoopfest is a 3-on-3 basketball tournament held outdoors with a fantastic festival in the downtown area. Spokane Valley hosts the Valleyfest where young people can display their talents, and the entire family can enjoy entertainment. There is also the First Night Spokane, a New Year's celebration for the community.

Spending a day with the family at a relaxing picnic area should be easy with all the parks found in and around Spokane, Washington. In Spokane Valley, the parks include Valley Ford, Liberty Lake, Plantes Ferry and more.

For the kids, there is the nearby Cat Tales Zoo in Mead, Washington and also the Children's Museum of Spokane, WA. For skiers, MT. Spokane, Washington is considered a winter paradise!

Whether for work or play, Spokane is a wonderful place to live and visit. For more information about Spokane, Washington U.S. visit the Spokane tourism Web site Visit Spokane.

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Gift baskets contain products such as gourmet food, fruit, coffee, tea, bath and body gifts, fresh baked cookies and gourmet snacks. Gift baskets are appropriate for all occasions such as holidays, birthday, anniversary, Mother's Day, get well gifts, thank you gifts, wedding or just to show you care.