Interactive Activities at Valleyfest at 2022

Toy-Building Adventures

Sponsored by:

TDS Fiber Spokane Valley, WA

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – For more than 20 years, Washington State toymaker and educator Rick Hartman has distinguished himself as one of the premier providers of fun, educational and interactive attractions at fairs, festivals and corporate family events around the Northwest and beyond. His ingenious toy making activities blend kid-friendly carpentry with science, engineering and creativity kids find irresistible!
Rick’s programs have been hosted by top museums like the Smithsonian Institution and Science World BC, and his media appearances have included The Discovery Channel, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Seattle Times, Christian Science Monitor and Alaska Airlines Magazine. Rick’s programs are proven crowd-pleasers with take-home projects children will cherish for years to come!

Amazama Juggling School

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – Start a journey at the Amazama Juggling School Tent and run away and join the circus. The masters of the trade,  Charlie and Zephyr Brown, teach one and all the enjoyment that comes from juggling. Since 2002, they have taught thousands of people around the whole world the art of juggling. So take yourself, your friends and your family to learn the trade at the extraordinary school. Amazama will be at the Pre-Parade Party at Redwood Plaza starting at 5:30 PM on Friday and Saturday and Sunday at Mirabeau Point Park.

2nd Chance Mobile Petting Zoo


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – Touch and learn about friendly farm animals. A professional country western petting zoo which includes up to 15-18 different types of animals. The 2nd Change Ranch Mobile Petting Zoo gives children a fabulous, hands-on animal experience. It gives these unwanted animals another chance and gives children an opportunity to watch and hold these loving animals. 2nd Chance Ranch’s mission is to provide a safe and recuperative environment for abused, neglected, and unwanted animals.



Spokane Aerial Performers

Located in the Spokane Valley, Spokane Aerial Performance Arts is a gym and studio that offers instruction in circus arts. The first aerial performance company in the Inland Northwest. Spokane Aerial specializes in hand balancing, aerial hoop, aero and fire performance with students ranging from age five to 75.   They provide students the opportunity to explore aerial and circus disciplines in safe, challenging, and fun classes.

Waste Management

Waste Management Website SATURDAY ONLY – Enjoy and climb in a trash truck and get to move the can arm.


Run around and have fun with Skyhawks.

Spokane Gymnastics

Jump and tumble with Spokane Gymnastics

MultiCare Distracted Driving Obstacle Course

Fatal Vision Goggles Roadster pedal kart drunk driving experience. Come drive the MultiCare small car through the obstacle course, see if you can avoid the obstacles. Put on the special goggles to and follow the instructions.
This is a 150 feet drive that could save your life!

WSU School of Pharmacy

Stop by the WSU College of Pharmacy and get a Flu Shot on Saturday or Sunday in Mirabeau Point Park.

Honor Point Museum

Saturday Only the Honor Point Museum is bring an exhibit to the park for us to learn the rich military history that helped shape the Inland Northwest. The Museum is located at the Felts Field Flight Center at 6095 E Rutter Ave, Spokane, WA 99212. Open Th-Sat 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.