When the Eastern Washington chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation folded last year, it was initially unclear if Spokane’s annual breast cancer awareness run/walk would continue. But thanks to the new nonprofit Every Woman Can, the Pink Ribbon Run makes its debut this spring, offering a day for the community to celebrate breast cancer survivors, remember those lost, and raise funds to help support women’s health organizations across 20 Eastern Washington counties. All race entry fees and donations from Sunday’s run will help Every Woman Can fulfill more than $500,000 in grant requests. Runners and walkers of all ages can choose from a 1-mile or 5K (3.2 miles) route that winds through Riverfront Park and along the Centennial Trail. Register online through April 20, in person during race packet pickup, or on race day, starting at 7 am.
Sun, April 23 at 9 am • Starts/ends in Riverfront Park, Lilac Bowl • $5/stroller; $15/youth (17 and under); $35/adults • EveryWomanCan.run • 202-0830
Price: $25-$35/adults; $15/youth