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Established: 2013

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Free street parking

Most popular offering: Unique RSVP products

Good for Kids: Yes

Walk-ins Welcome: Yes

Q&A with the Manager

What sets your business apart from your competition?

Wollnick's focuses on selling products that are environmentally beneficial, organic, or natural. The inventory will constantly be shifting. Some items will be consistent, but you know you?re buying quality, getting the best price, and receiving exceptional service.

What?s your favorite part about your job?

The customers.

1025 S Perry St.
Spokane,
WA
US

Inside South Perry Yoga’s cozy peace cave, a team of talented and friendly instructors offers customers of all ages and skill levels the chance to increase flexibility, reduce stress and tension, and develop mind-body balance through various styles of yoga. Partake in six drop-in yoga classes, which are offered more than 15 times a week and include vinyasa flow, yoga basics, and more (click here to view the schedule). During each 60- to 90-minute session, students work through a variety of poses, postures, and inversions that emphasize proper body alignment and nonlethal breathing. Grab a yoga mat, water bottle, and towel before attending a session—if you don't have your own yoga mat, borrow one of the studio’s mats or purchase a new one at 10% off the regular price.

1006 S Perry St
Spokane,
WA
US

The brewers at Ramblin' Road Craft Brewery take beer seriously. In their direct-fire brewhouse, they carefully craft Belgian- and northwest-style ales for pouring out in their taproom and select local establishments. They also age some brews in wine or beer barrels to make sour ales and experimental beers.

730 North Columbus Street
Spokane,
WA
US

Clay Connection's staff of experienced artists help students express themselves through the fun, interactive media of ceramics and fused glass. Through parties and workshops or intensive classes, pupils learn the fine arts of hand-building pots and clay sculptures, wheel-throwing pottery pieces, or composing stunning jewelry and centerpieces from just bits of fused glass or larger, shattered centerpieces.

714 E Sprague Ave
Spokane,
WA
US

Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living offers tips on the area's best dining, shopping, and arts, as well as a guide to local doctors, lawyers, and dentists. With an eight-issue, one-year subscription to the publication, you'll have access to the Lilac City at your well-read fingertips. The June 2010 issue, for example, featured articles such as "Aiming High", exploring the new restaurant Masselow's at the Northern Quest Resort and Casino, and "Summer Fun", a comprehensive list of enjoyable summertime activities that don't involve staring contests with the sun. Readers will also find articles detailing Spokane's rich history and its array of enticing real estate. Whether you are a lifelong child of the sun, or a recent transplant to Spokane in search of the area's bounty of pirate gold, Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living is an excellent way to stay in the know in the now.

104 S Freya St
Spokane,
WA
US

With six aquatic centers scattered across town, Spokane Parks and Recreation champions summertime fun with well-equipped hydro-havens. With an adult (18 years old or older) or youth (3–17 years old) pass, swimmers can take advantage of unlimited recreational pool access. Most of the aquatic centers boast zero-depth entry for toddlers to safely wet their feet, as well as waterslides, separate lap pools, and the entire cast from Law and Order: Pacific Ocean Unit as lifeguards. Accompanying the maritime merriment, each facility also includes a large deck for lounging outside of the pool as well as adjacent parks and shaded areas for hiding from falling sunbeams.

1404 N Fiske St
Spokane,
WA
US