Gazebo Renovation in Browne’s Addition brings the community together


Yesterday, people from all over Browne’s Addition came out to celebrate the the re-dedication of the Gazebo in Coeur d’Alene Park and I had the honor of reading the Mayoral proclamation last night before the Angela Marie Project took stage to continue the good times. I would to thank the Browne’s Addition Neighborhood Council for their hard work and for inviting me to be a part of this event.

Members of the Browne’s Addition Neighborhood Council had been working on this project for several years now in conjunction with Spokane Parks Foundation and the City of Spokane Parks Department to get all the funding they needed to make improvements to the structure; which had seen wear and tear over the years due to the materials that were initially used to construct it. The Gazebo is a replica of the bandstand that was once in that same location in 1908.

For some more information on the event click here. For some historical information about Coeur d’Alene Park, click here.

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