The City of Sprague is located along Interstate 90 approximately 25 miles west of Spokane.
Sprague’s historic down town tells the story of a bustling railroad town at the turn of the century. St Mary’s Catholic Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Several Lakes are within 20 miles of Sprague, including Sprague Lake, Williams Lake, & Fish Trap Lake. Sprague Lake, just 2 miles west of town, is a 6 mile long and 1 mile wide lake enhanced by a bird refuge. Sprague Lake is one of only two known nesting sites for American White Pelican in the state. For more information click here.
Sprague also has access to the Columbia Plateau Bike Trail, a 4,109-acre, 130-milelong rail-bed trail that traces the original 1908 original path of the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railroad. Click here for more information.
The MAN Show
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Buy/Sell/Trade "Guy Stuff"
Tools, equipment, sporting goods, automotive, yard & gardern, hunting & camping supplies
(no firearms), collectables.
Admission 9 am - 5 pm
Sprague Community Center
213 South C St, Sprague, WA
Food & drink available through-out the day
$3 Entry fee
Vendors Contact: (509) 259-7060
between 9am & 5 pm
Vendor set-up starts 7 am. Vendor fee: $20/ 8' Table
Sponsored by Sprague Chamber of Commerce
Sprague Hay Days
Date to be announced - Usually in July
The 2014 Hay Days included a parade, car show, talent competition, street dance and more youth & adult fun activities.