Calendar of Events

July 11, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: July 11, 2020 8:00 am
End: July 11, 2020 8:45 am

July 18, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: July 18, 2020 8:00 am
End: July 18, 2020 8:45 am

July 25, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: July 25, 2020 8:00 am
End: July 25, 2020 9:00 am

August 1, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: August 1, 2020 8:00 am
End: August 1, 2020 9:00 am

August 8, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: August 8, 2020 8:00 am
End: August 8, 2020 9:00 am

August 15, 2020

13th Annual Spokane to Sandpoint Relay

Spokane to Sandpoint is a 12 person, 36 leg, 200 mile running relay. The event starts Friday morning with a staggered team start from the Big Barn BreweryFarm in the Greenbluff agricultural area north of Spokane. From there, the course heads west and then follows the Spokane River and Centennial Trail east all the way to Coeur dAlene. The course then heads north on secondary roads ending at Lake Pend Orielle with a grand finish line party at Trinity City Beach in Sandpoint, Idaho! Along the way, teams can look forward to treats such as pizza, ice cream, and early morninglate night coffee! Teams will also enjoy the S2S Light Show in Coeur dAlene Friday night. The Saturday finish includes free brunch or lunch buffet (depends on what time you finish) and the first beer free! Teams can register as 12 or use the 6 Pak option and get matched up with another half team of six. The Spokane to Sandpoint Relay is a very enjoyable way to spend a sleep deprived recreational running weekend with your friends or family! Foe more information go to www.spokanetosandpoint.com.

Contact: Nathan Luke

Email: nathan@nxnwrelays.com

Start: August 15, 2020 4:20 am
End: August 15, 2020 4:20 am

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: August 15, 2020 8:00 am
End: August 15, 2020 9:00 am

August 22, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: August 22, 2020 8:00 am
End: August 22, 2020 9:00 am

August 29, 2020

Open Water River Swims

Open Water River Swims start Saturday, May 30th and go on throughout the summer. Check the 3RRR website Calendar for dates and times throughout the season.  Meet at 8:00 am at the Bradley Blvd parking lot just upstream of the Marina Vista Estates townhouse complex (the first housing complex downstream from the Riverfront Inn (formerly Shilo Inn) on Bradley Blvd in Richland).  We drive upstream to a starting point and swim back down with the river current and warm hose showers in Eric’s driveway.  Times may vary, so check back to the Calendar.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: These swims are non-lifeguard swims.  We may be lucky from time to time and have a support kayak, but don’t count on it.  The river is colder, darker, and faster than any pool you will swim in.  If you show up for these swims it means you are competent and capable of completing the swim and getting out alive without assistance from anyone else.  YOU are responsible for your safety in the water…no one else is!

 

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: To swim with us you must bring along a big, brightly colored floaty toy you can tether to yourself during the swim to provide maximum visibility for you (and the rest of us) to the boaters on the river.  The bigger and brighter the better.  Safety Swimmer buoys work great or you can find something that works at a local pool store.  No floaty means no swim with the group.

Start: August 29, 2020 8:00 am
End: August 29, 2020 9:00 am

November 8, 2020

Laliik Rattlesnake Mountain Half Marathon

Come experience the openness and beauty of the Shrub-Steppe of South Eastern Washington at the Rattlesnake Trail Half Marathon. This is a fundraiser for Pasco High Cross Country and for the Rattlesnake Slope Preserve. More more information and registration is found under race tab at www.runnersofthesage.com

Contact: Chris Albertson

Email: chilealby7@hotmail.com

Start: November 8, 2020 8:00 am
End: November 8, 2020 8:00 am

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