Picnic for the Pond Fundraiser for Mirror Pond in Manito Park

The Friends of Manito Present the 2nd Annual Picnic for the Pond

Nancy Goodspeed 509.625.6297

Monday, July 14, 2014 at 9:31 a.m.

For the second year in a row The Friends of Manito is sponsoring a Picnic for the Pond to benefit Mirror Pond, Sunday, July 20, 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in lower Manito Park at the Rotary picnic shelter.

Join us for a catered dinner, live music, and silent auction. All proceeds will be designated to improve the water quality and landscaping of Mirror Pond in Manito Park.


Adult dinner tickets are $30.
Kid’s dinner tickets (ages 6 to 16) are $15.
Children 5 and under eat FREE! Must be accompanied by one adult with a dinner ticket.
New this year – a no-host beer garden.
Dinner tickets are limited and go quickly. Deadline to purchase tickets is July 15th. Tickets will not be available the day of the event.


Purchase tickets on the TFM website at www.thefriendsofmanito.org. Tickets are also available in the TFM Office at 4 West 21st Avenue in Manito Park, or call the office at 456.8038.

Menu Includes

Meat: Hamburger, Chicken Breast, Hot Dog, German Sausage (veggie burgers are also available upon request
Sides: Tossed Green Salad, Potato Salad, Baked Beans and chips
Drinks: 12 oz pop (4 flavors) one per person
Condiments: Sliced cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle slices, ketchup, mustard and relish
Dessert: watermelon

About The Friends of Manito

The Friends of Manito (TFM) is a non-profit 501 3(c) organization that supports Manito Park in Spokane, Washington by providing funds to improve the park. The Friends of Manito has contributed over $700,000 to Manito Park, funding over 60 projects including the lower playground equipment, the Duncan Garden gazebo, the Rose Garden pergolas, the upper park sprinkler system, the “Walk of Hope” sidewalk, and most of the park sign-age. Recent completed projects include the picnic shelter at the upper Manito playground, the south sidewalk, hosta gardens near the Park Bench Cafe, expansion of the Shoshone entrance to the Nishinomiya-Tsutakawa Japanese Garden, the Tekeo terrace wall, shoreline improvements to Mirror Pond and improved water quality.