3 on 3 Basketball Tournament - Reardan Mule Days
is located on Highway 2, 13 miles east of Davenport and 20 miles west of Spokane.
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Reardan was officially incorporated on April 14, 1903. Famous Native American writer Sherman Alexie attended Reardan High School which is featured in a few of his stories.
“Reardan Mule Days” is held the first weekend of June. A parade; Fun Run; carnival; 3-on-3 basketball, poker ride; melodrama; food, craft & commercial vendors; music; and more!
In early September, the All City Garage Sale & Craft Show consists of over 50 garage sales, plus craft & food vendors in the park. Visitors will find crafts, gifts, collectables, antiques and junk!
This year the sale weekend is
September 13 - 14, 2014.
Reardan abuts a 270 acre wildlife refuge, Reardan Audubon Lake with trails for birdwatchers.
The Buggy Barn Annual Outdoor Quilt Show & Folk Art Sale is held in late August - the 23rd - 24th in 2014. Quilts are hung from buildings, clotheslines and draped over the fences. The really big quilts can be displayed on the big barn. The public is invited to share quilts at the show. 877-339-0281
Home of the Inland Northwest Rail Museum
Devoted to preserving the railroad history of Eastern Washington and the Inland Northwest, the Inland Empire Railway Historical Society, a non-profit corporation and regional chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, is currently constructing the new Inland Northwest Rail Museum in Reardan, WA
Ground Breaking Event - Sept. 21, 2013