Family Weekend 2014:
Friday, Oct. 10-Sunday, Oct 12
Family Weekend (formerly Parents' Weekend) is the annual event that invites parents and family members to visit their sons and daughters at college. The weekend gives families an opportunity to join in the Whitworth experience by inviting them to take part in a class led by a member of the university's great faculty, hearing from Whitworth President Beck A. Taylor, and enjoying various campus events.
Registration opens in July.
For registration and event questions, please contact email@example.com or 509.777.4974.
For all other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 509.777.3772.
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Family Weekend: Fun Suggestions for the Afternoon
Green Bluff Apple Festival (30-minute round trip)
The festival features you-pick produce, handcrafted art, and
home-cooked food. Drive north on Newport Highway to Mt.
Spokane Day Road, turn right and head straight up to the bluff.
Riverpark Square (30-minute round trip)
Enjoy an afternoon of downtown shopping. Riverpark Square
includes designer stores, tasty restaurants with tons of atmosphere,
and a multi-screen theatre complex.
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (40-minute round trip)
Explore Pacific Northwest history, Native American culture and art reflecting a variety of media and eras at this beautiful museum in historic Browne's Addition.
Riverside State Park (40-minute round trip)
Lake Coeur d'Alene (two-hour round trip)
Enjoy this world-renowned resort town about 45 minutes from Whitworth. Fall colors should be beautiful as you stroll
the boardwalk by the lake, explore the Coeur d'Alene Resort
and browse the unique shops.
Silverwood Theme Park (two-hour round trip)
The Northwest's largest theme park features a 60-mile-per-hour roller coaster, a gigantic wave pool and exciting water slides, a vintage steam train and much more.
Hiawatha Trail (three-hour round trip)
Ride your bike along one of the most scenic stretches of railroad in the country. Winding through 11 tunnels and over nine high steel trestles, the 46-mile route crosses the rugged Bitterroot Mountains between Idaho and Montana.