Spokane Coliseum was an indoor arena in the western United States, located in Spokane, Washington. Opened over in late 1954, it had a seating capacity of 5,400.After more than a year of construction, the arena was dedicated on December 3, 1954, in a program headlined by Metropolitan Opera soprano Patrice Munsel, a Spokane native.
The largest crowds in its early years were for a Catholic Mass and stage shows by Lawrence Welk and Liberace, respectively.It was host to a number of teams, including the Spokane Chiefs of the WHL. The arena served as the home of the Gonzaga University basketball team, from its entry into NCAA Division I competition in 1958, until the opening of the on-campus John F. Kennedy Memorial Pavilion in 1965, later the Charlotte Y. Martin Centre. The Bulldogs returned to the Coliseum in 1979, their first year in the West Coast Athletic Conference, for conference home games only before returning to Kennedy Pavilion for the 1980–81 season. They continued to use the Coliseum for occasional home games until its demise. The venue was used for some events of the 1990 Goodwill Games
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Spokane Sport Horse Farm is a premier boarding, training and breeding facility, owned and developed by Christel Carlson.The Farm sits on 150 beautiful acres, five miles southwest of Spokane.With 3 large barns ,and a beatuiful Indoor Arena,
We focus on the development of youth soccer players wanting to improve all aspects of their play.
Scotford Tennis Center/Cutter Tennis Courts
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