Community Events

Stay in the know about what’s happening around Spokane! Stop here to find family-friendly, educational, or racial & social justice oriented events going on in or around the area.

American Indian Heritage Month

  • In 1976, Congress authorized a week in October as Native American Awareness Week in celebration of American Indians. In 1990, President George Bush designated November as “National American Indian Heritage Month,” to celebrate the history, arts, and traditions of the American Indian and Alaska Native peoples.
    In 2014, the State of Washington designed the fourth Friday in November as Native American Heritage Day, a state and school legal holiday, as under state law, states offices and schools are already closed the day after Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday of the month).

Events In Spokane – November 2020

The below list of Spokane area diversity/cultural events and activities were compiled and provided by Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora. If you know of a diversity/cultural event open to the public that you would like added to this diversity monthly calendar, please e-mail Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora at with event details. Thank you!


Local Events In Spokane This October

  • 25th Annual Spokane Fall Folk Festival
    The setting is changing, but the genres remain the same! The Fall Folk Virtual Festival will be available on the radio and on our website. Pre-recorded performances of entertainers selected from this year’s applicants streamed on our website and Facebook page.
    Dates: November 14, 2020 – December 30, 2020
    For more information and a full list of performers and activities will be available at and their Facebook page as they become available. Hosted by the Spokane Folklore Society.
  • NAACP General Membership Meeting
    Date: Monday, November 16, 2020
    Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Location: Meeting is virtual, please visit their Facebook for updates.
    Cost: Free, meeting open to everyone
    For more information contact or visit their Facebook at
  • Planning Today for a Safer Tomorrow: Disability in Emergency Preparedness Conference
    Washington State Inclusive Emergency Management Conference, facilitated by The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies.
    Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 and Wednesday, November 18, 2020
    Time: Nov 17: 8:30am – 4:30 pm and Wednesday, Nov 18: 8:30am – 12:00pm
    Location: See below
    Cost: Free and open to everyone.
    To register ad view conference schedule visit Sponsored by: Alliance of People with Disabilities, Center for Independence, Central WA Disability Resources, Disability Action Center, Spokane Center for Independent Living, and the WA State Independent Living Council.
  • Contemporary Native American Lives: Covid, Sovereignty, and Native Youth Leadership
    Join us for a lecture and discussion with Dr. Laurie Arnold (Sinixt Band, Colville Confederated Tribes), the Director of Native American Studies and Associate Professor of History at Gonzaga University. Dr. Laurie Arnold will discuss Native history in Spokane, Covid’s disproportionate impact of Native American communities, and more.
    Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020
    Time: 7:00 pm
    Location: Virtually – Zoom (check their website for the Zoom link)
    For more information contact Ester Brown at Visit their website at for the Zoom link.
  • SPR-KPBX Kids Concert: Parlor Music
    Parlor music,” the name describes a kind of music written for home use, especially in the period between the end of the American Civil War (1865) and the outbreak of World War I in Europe (1914). Parlor music includes mainly songs for voice and piano, but also solo keyboard music for piano and harmonium, or reed organ, and music for other instruments popular at that time, especially flute, guitar and violin. Developed and hosted by Jim Tevenan, KPBX’s Piano Bench program producer, and features the area musicians Melody Puller, Timothy Westerhaus, and Mary Trotter.
    Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020
    Time: 1:00 pm
    Location: On KBPX 91.1
    For more information visit,
  • Winterfest, A Celebration of Holiday Traditions – Grand Opening at Northtown Mall
    You will be able to explore and walk through the WINTER WONDERLAND of
    hand-crafted lanterns on display. The hand-crafted lantern display will include a large dragon,
    multiple pandas, reindeer, and holiday trees. The holiday trees are hand painted by local artisits to represent various cultures.
    Date: Friday, November 27, 2020 – Sunday, January 2, 2021.
    Location: Mirabeau Park Hotel and Convention Center main entrance
    Cost: Free
    For more information contact or call 509.928.9664.

Save the Date

  • The Festival of Fair Trade
    Unique Handcrafts from around the world. Small pop-up (rotating vendors) for safer shopping.
    Dates: Saturday, December 5 – Conosur Imports – Chile
    Saturday, December 12 – Mayan Color | Guatemala
    Saturday, December 19 – Ganesh Himal Trading | Nepal
    Time: noon to 5:30
    Location: Community Building, 35 W Main Ave
    Cost: Free to attend
    For more information visit their website at You can also shop on-line at
    If you know of a diversity/cultural event open to the public that you would like added to this diversity monthly calendar, please e-mail Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora at with event details.
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If you know of diversity/cultural events open to the public that you would like added to the monthly calendar, please e-mail Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora at with event details.

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KYRS Radio Programs For Your Consideration. To learn more visit

Art Hour
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Program includes in-depth interviews with local artists, cultural commentary, and announcements for the creative community and their fans. Hosted by Mike and Eric. On KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM. Website:

Can You Queer Me Now?
Day: Tuesday
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Hear voices directly from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, and Questioning community right here in the Inland Northwest. You will hear more about current events, local groups, and perspectives directly from the queer youth community. Hosted by Ian Sullivan on KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Democracy Now
Day: Monday-Friday
Time: 8:00 am – 9:00 am & 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
A national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Pioneering the largest public media collaboration in the U.S. Link KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Democracy Now! Headlines in Spanish
Date: Saturday
Time: 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez on KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM

Dragonflies on Thin Air
Day: Sunday
Time: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
One of the few elementary-age children’s radio shows produced by kids for kids in the country. The program is fun and educational for children and adults and includes a mix of jokes, music, guests, stories, poetry, trivia and more. Hosted by Trevor, Zoe, Eva and Selena, KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Irish Music on Tap
Day: Wednesday
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Music from Ireland, Scotland, and England. Hosted by Don and Rick, on KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Ke Buena.
Spanish language station. Oz 95.7.

Latin Lounge
Day: Monday
Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
A wide spectrum of Latin music. Hosted by “Corazon” on KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Layali Arabia
Day: Saturday
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Arabic songs from a multitude of different genres to come out of the Arab World. Hosted by Rahmi on KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Queens of Noise
Day: Wednesday
Time: 8:00 pm-10:00 pm
You will hear best in female vocalists/musicians. Hosted by “Queen of Mean” and “Luscious Duchess”, KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Day: Thursday
Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
QueerSounds is a radio show dedicated to playing music by and for LGBTQ people. Music, interviews, community events, and forums. Hosted by bob, KYRS FM 92.3 or 88.1 FM. Join the hosts on Facebook at, or email them at

The Persian Hour
Day: Saturday
Time: noon – 1:00 pm
The Persian Hour’s consists of a variety of Iranian music from hip hop to traditional, Jazz, blues, rock and roll and the usual. Also, they will share stories, recipes, and interviews. Hosted by Shahrokh, KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Raise Your Voice
Day: Friday
Time: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
A teenage-run music and current events program.
KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

The Science of Poverty
Day: Saturday
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Explores the topic of poverty. Hosted by Jesse Quintana, official Facebook site, KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Day: Thursday
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The show addresses critical issues facing the Inland Northwest via research, in-depth news, information, analysis, and reasoned opinion
Hosted by Paul Potocky. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

The Science of Poverty
Day: Saturday
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Explores the topic of poverty. Hosted by Jesse Quintana, official Facebook site. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM. Website:

Sounds of Science
Day: Sunday
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Lively discussion of what’s happening in the world of science, from how it is affecting our lives to the ways we are shaping it.
Hosted by Chole, Blake, and Amaya. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Two Brown Ladies and a Microphone
Day: Sunday
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Soul conversations. Life advices. Things that make us think, reflect, cope and ultimately stay the course.
Hosted by Duncan & Brown. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Welcome Home
Day: Thursday
Time: 10:00 am – noon
A multi-genre roots based folk show. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Women’s Media Center Live
Day: Wednesday
Time: noon – 1:00 pm
WMC Live with Robin Morgan tackles today’s hottest topics; whether it be sex, politics, art, humor, religion, culture, or news stories that go unreported, each is engaged regularly, insightfully, and intelligently. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Workin’ Woman Blues
Day: Sunday
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tunes to help you shake the blues out of your hair with a mix of Funk, R&B, Soul and Blues.
Hosted by Jukebox Jennie. KYRS 92.3 FM or 88.1 FM.

Have a library card? Check out Spokane County District Library at ( They have large digital resources including eBooks/audio books with Overdrive/Libby. With Flipster browse, download and read digital magazines and with hoopla stream popular movies, music, audiobooks, eBooks, comics and tv shows along, with many other online services. They offer curb side pickup and yes, you can still request a library card.

Our Book-a-Librarian service is back and now offered remotely by phone and via online video sessions. This service helps you discover the tools, skills, and strategies you need to successfully do the things you want to do. Learn how to download the latest best-seller to your smartphone. Discover strategies for finding the best educational content for at-home student learning. Get help filing for unemployment benefits. And more! If you have been wondering how to do something, Book a Librarian may be the answer to helping you find a strategy or solution.

If you have a library card to Spokane Public Library, they also have a large digital Library resources including eBooks/audio books with Overdrive/Libby. Along with hoopla, Kanopy (movies and tv) and RBDigital (magazines) and other online resources. They also offer curb side pickup and yes, you can still request a library card.
Starting November 4, they are welcoming customers back into their library buildings by appointment only for 30-minutes Computer Appointments or Grab-N-Go Appointments for holds pickup and limited browsing. Curbside Pickup is also available. Proper mask use and social distance required for inside access

International/National Cultural Celebrations In November

  • November 1
    • All Saints’ Day – Christian
      A day for honoring saints, known and unknown.
    • Independence Day – Antigua & Barbuda
      Gained independence from Great Britain on November 1, 1981.
    • Revolution Day – Algeria
    • Daylight Savings Time Ends – USA
  • November 2
    • All Souls Day – Christian
      Catholic Christians’ day of prayers of intercession for the dead. Prayers of the faithful are seen as helping to cleanse the souls of the departed.
    • Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) – Mexico
      Celebrated in parts of the U.S. and Central America. Families build altars in their homes surrounded with flowers, food and burning candles.
    • Dia de Finados – Portugal & Brazil
      This holiday is celebrated by people visiting the deceased. They bring hearts and crowns made of flowers to the graves.
  • November 3
    • Bunka No Hi (Culture Day) – Japan
      A national holiday dedicated to the love of freedom and promotion of Japanese culture.
    • Independence Day – Panama
      Honors Panama’s independence from Columbia in 1903.
    • Independence Day – Dominica
      On this day in 1978, Dominica gained independence from Britain as it became a member of the Commonwealth. It is celebrated as a national holiday for three days.
    • Qudrat (13th month) – Baha’i
      The first day of the thirteenth Baha’i month. The English translation of Quadrat (Arabic) is Power.
    • Election Day – U.S.A.
  • November 4
    • Take Our Kids to Work – Canada
      Parents encouraged to take their daughters (and/or sons) to work on this day, and to use this opportunity to educate their children on the nature of employment.
    • Karva Chauth – Hindu
      A one-day fast kept by married Hindu women for the well-being and longevity of their husbands. The husbands fed the first bite to their wives only after they see the moon.
  • November 5
    • Guy Fawkes Day – UK
      This is also known as Bonfire Night. Guy Fawkes was a leader of a group of Catholic men who were plotting to blow up the King and Parliament but were arrested in time. The English and Irish burn bonfires topped by a figure known as the guy. West Indians from the Bahamas and Barbados celebrate it as well.
  • November 6
    • Constitution Day – Dominican Republic
      Marks the approval of the constitution in 1966.
    • Constitution Day – Puerto Rico
    • International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment – UN
      On November 5, 2001, the UN General Assembly declared November 6th of each year as the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict. The United Nations attaches great importance to ensuring that action on the environment is part of conflict prevention, peacekeeping and peacebuilding strategies – because there can be no durable peace if the natural resources that sustain livelihoods and ecosystems are destroyed.
  • November 8
    • Independence Day – Cambodia
      Celebrates independence from France in 1953.
  • November 11
    • Veterans Day – USA
      First proclaimed as Armistice Day in 1919 to commemorate the termination of WWI on November 11, 1918. Now honors all who served in the military.
    • Remembrance Day – Canada, Australia, UK
      This day commemorates the soldiers killed in WWI and WWII and in remembrance for all who have given their lives for freedom and in service of their country. Canadians always set aside this day in memory of those who gave their lives for freedom. Many observers wear res poppies as a symbol of this day.
    • Armistice Day – France
      This day commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany at Compiègne, France, which ended hostilities on the Western Front of World War
    • Independence Day – Poland
  • November 13
    • International World Kindness Day – International
      The spark for World Kindness Day was lit at the Second Conference of the World Kindness Movement in November 1997 in Japan. Starting as random acts of kindness, the movement now has members in over 17 countries including the U.S. and Canada. They are committed to building a global organization dedicated to inspire and promote kindness.
  • November 14
    • World Diabetes Day – UN
      Diabetes awareness campaign.
    • Diwali – Sikh, Hindu
      It means ‘row of lights’ and is the Hindu New year. Diwali lasts for 5 days: Day 1 – New Year for business, Day 2 – the triumph of god Vishnu over the evil demon. Day 3 – Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity visits homes lit by lamps, Day 4 – Bali worship day, Day 5 – devoted to brothers and sisters.
    • Mahavira Nirvanas – Jain
      This day celebrates the attainment of Moksa by Lord Mahavira and is the “Festival of Lamps’.
  • November 15
    • Shichi-Go-San (Seven-Five-Three Festival) – Japan
      Prayers are offered for children’s growth. The ages of three and five for boys and three and seven for girls are celebrated. Children dress up in their gala dresses and go with their parents to a Shinto shrine to pay a visit to the tutelary deity.
    • National Day – Palestine
      A Palestinian Declaration of Independence was written by poet Mahmoud Darwish and then declared by PLO leader Yasser Arafat on 15 November, 1988, 9
    • Republic Day – Brazil
      Commemorates the 1889 proclamation that disposed Emperor Dom Pedro II and instituted a republic.
  • November 16
    • International Day of Tolerance – UN
      A day to advance human welfare, freedom, and progress everywhere, as well as to encourage tolerance, respect, dialogue, and cooperation among different cultures.
  • November 18
    • Independence Day – Latvia
      Commemorates independence of the Republic of Latvia from German and Russian occupation on November 18, 1918.
    • Fete de l’ Independence (Independence Day) –Morocco
      Commemorates independence from France in 1956.
  • November 19
    • Discovery Day – Puerto Rico
      Celebrates the day Christopher Columbus encountered Puerto Rico on his second voyage to the New World in 1493.
    • World Toilet Day – UN
      No laughing matter! A day to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle the global sanitation crisis. 2.4 billion people of the world’s 7 billion do not have access to clean water and sanitation, and they struggle to stay well.
  • November 20
    • Transgender Day of Remembrance – LGBT
      Begun in 1999, vigils, services and a variety of other events held to mark this day set aside to memorialize those killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice.
    • Universal Children’s Day – UN
      Observed since 1954, a day to honor the needs of children and to make those needs known to governments. Observed on different days in over 120 countries.
    • Nov. 21 World Television Day – UN
      In 1996, the UN General Assembly proclaimed this day “in recognition of the increasing impact television has on decision-making by alerting world attention to conflicts and threats to peace and security and its potential role in sharpening the focus on other major issues”.
  • November 22
    • Independence Day – Lebanon
      Celebrates the declaration of independence from France in 1943.
      Qawl (14th month) – Baha’i
  • November 23
    • Kinro Kansha No Hi – Japan
      The Japanese labor Thanksgiving Day when people express gratitude to each other for their labors throughout the year.
  • November 24
    • Martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur – Sikh
      This day commemorates his martyrdom (1621-75). He was the ninth of the Ten Gurus and executed in Delhi by the Mughal emperor. He died for the Sikh faith and also for religious liberty. 10
  • November 25
    • St. Catherine’s Day – Canada, France
      The patron saint of virgins and philosophers, lived in Alexandria in the 4th century A.D. and was martyred after being tortured on a spiked wheel. At one time match-making balls were held on this day.
    • National Day – Bosnia
      Marks the 1943 declaration of statehood within the federation of Yugoslavia.
    • International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women – UN
      The Secretary General’s Campaign “Unite to End Violence Against Women” has proclaimed the 25th of each month as Orange Day. Among other actions, the Orange Day invites us to wear something orange to highlight its calls for the eradication of violence against women without reservation, equivocation or delay.
    • Day of Covenant – Bahá’i
      The eldest son and appointed successor of Baha’u’llah, Abdu’l-Baha, referred to this day as the Centre of the Covenant, which was established to safeguard the unity of the community.
  • November 26
    • Thanksgiving Day – USA
      Early American settlers gave thanks for good harvests by decorating their churches with fruits and vegetables and celebrated dinner with venison and waterfowl.
  • November 27
    • Native American Heritage Day – USA
      “The Native American Heritage Day Resolution 2009” by the U.S. Senate designated the Friday after Thanksgiving as a day of heritage for Native Americans.
    • National Sovereignty Day – Argentina
      Commemorates the Battle of Vuelta de Obligado, when a small Argentine army stood against an British and French navy on November 20, 1845. Although the battle itself ended with an Argentine defeat, the losses of Britain and France in the whole military campaign were so high that both countries were forced to the bargaining table and signed a treaty with Juan Manuel de Rosas.
    • Ascension of Abdu’l-Bahái – Bahá’i
      After years of serving his father and safeguarding the unity of the faith, Abdu’l-Bahái passed away in Haifa, Israel in 1921.
  • November 28
    • Independence Day – Albania
      Celebrates both the declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1912 and the country’s liberation from the Nazis in 1945.
    • National day – Panama
      Celebrates independence from Spain in 1821.
  • November 29
    • International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People – UN
    • First Sunday of Advent – Christian
      The Christian church year begins with Advent (from the Latin adventus meaning “coming” or “arrival”) which is also a time when Christians prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ.
  • November 30
    • St. Andrew’s Day – Scotland
      This day commemorates the life of the patron saint of Scotland. 11
    • Independence Day – Barbados
      Barbados achieved independence from the British in1966. The British had controlled Barbados as a colony since 1627.
    • Guru Nanak’s Birthday (Bikarami) – Sikh
      Born in 1469 CE, he was the first of the Ten Gurus of the Sikh faith and founded Sikhism. An accomplished poet, 974 of his hymns are in the Sikh scriptures, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
    • Lokashah Jayanti – Jain
      This day commemorates the birth of a famous 15th century reformer, Lonka Saha, who opposed temple worship and use of Images.

Source: With permission from Creative Cultural Communications, Multicultural Calendar 2020:

Thank you again to Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora for providing this list of diversity/cultural events. If you know of a diversity/cultural event open to the public that you would like added to this diversity monthly calendar, please e-mail Yvonne C. Montoya Zamora at with event details. Thank you!

In honor and celebration of American Indian/Native American Heritage Month, below is information on resources in Spokane and a listing of WA State and surrounding Tribes:

  • American Indian/Native American Spokane Resources
    • AHANA (African Hispanic Asian Native American) – Multi-Ethnic Business Association (MEBA)
      A non-profit organization that supports and promotes Inland Northwest multi-ethnic and multi-cultural businesses and their communities.
      President: Ben Cabildo
      Phone: 509.999.5365
    • American Indian Community Center and Food Bank
      A social gathering place and multi-service agency for American Indians.
      1025 W Indiana Ave, Spokane, WA (door in the back of the building)
      Phone: 509.535.0886
    • Gathering at the Falls Powwow
      Shane Garcia: <>
      Phone: 509.590.5044
    • Salish School of Spokane
      Offering an Early Childhood Education Assistance Program and K-12 classes to 70 children ages 1 to 18) in the Salish language. Also provides free Salish Language classes for adults.
      4125 N Maple St, Spokane, WA 99205
      Phone: 509.325.2018
    • The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations
      Assists American Indian you who are chemically dependent.
      5600 E 8th St., Spokane, WA 99212
      Phone: 509.535.2863 | Administration 509.533.6910 | Admission 509.535.5749
    • The Native Project
      1803 West Maxwell Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
      Phone: Clinic: 509.483.7535, Counseling: 509.325.5502, Administration: 509.325.5502
    • Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT)
      Ensures a healthy future for the benefit of all by protecting and enhancing the traditional lands of their ancestors of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Indians; Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation; Kalispel Tribe of Indians, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho and Spokane Tribe of Indians.
      25 W Main St, Ste 424, Spokane, WA 99201
      Phone: 509.838.1057
  • The State of Washington has 30 federally recognized tribes and 7 non-recognized federal tribes (several are pending recognition). Below are the federally recognized tribes
    • Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation
      Klickitat and Yakima Counties
      Yakama Tribal Council
      PO Box 151, Toppenish, WA 98948
    • Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation
      Grays Harbor and Thurston Counties
      Chehalis Business Committee
      420 Howanut Road, PO Box 536, Oakville, WA 98568
      360.273.5911 | 360.753.3213
    • Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
      Ferry, Okanogan
      Colville Business Council
      PO Box 150, Nespelem, WA 99155
    • Cowlitz Indian Tribe
      Clark and Cowlitz Counties
      Cowlitz Tribal Council
      1055 9th Avenue Suite B, Longview, WA 98632
      360.577.8140 13 
    • Hoh Indian Tribe
      Jefferson County
      Hoh Tribal Business Committee
      P.O. Box 2196, 2464 Lower Hoh Rd, Forks, WA 98331
    • Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
      Clallam County
      Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Council
      1033 Old Blyn Highway, Sequim, WA 98382
    • Kalispel Tribe of Indians
      Pend Oreille County
      Kalispel Business Committee
      PO Box 39, Usk, WA 99180
    • Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
      Clallam County
      Lower Elwha Business Committee
      2851 Lower Elwha Road, Port Angeles, WA 98363
    • Lummi Nation
      Whatcom County
      Lummi Indian Business Council
      2616 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA 98226
    • Makah Tribe
      Clallam County
      Makah Tribal Council
      PO Box 115, Neah Bay, WA 98357
    • Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
      King County
      Muckleshoot Tribal Council
      39015 172nd Avenue SE, Auburn, WA 98092
      253.939.3311 14
    • Nisqually Indian Tribe
      Thurston County
      Nisqually Tribal Council
      4820 She-Nah-Num Drive SE, Olympia, WA 98513
    • Nooksack Indian Tribe
      Whatcom County
      Nooksack Tribal Council
      4979 Mount Baker Hwy Suite F, Deming, WA 98244
    • Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe
      Kitsap County
      Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Council
      31912 Little Boston Road NE, Kingston, WA 98346
    • Puyallup Tribe
      Pierce County
      Puyallup Tribal Council
      3009 E Portland Ave, Tacoma, WA 98404
    • Quileute Tribe
      Clallam County
      Quileute Tribal Council
      PO Box 279, La Push, WA 98350
    • Quinault Indian Nation
      Grays Harbor and Jefferson County
      Quinault Tribal Council
      PO Box 189, Taholah, WA 98587
    • Samish Indian Nation
      Skagit County
      Samish Indian Nation Tribal Council
      PO Box 217, 2918 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA 98221
      360.293.6404 15
    • Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe
      Skagit County
      Sauk-Suiattle Tribal Council
      5318 Chief Brown Lane, Darrington, WA 98241
    • Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe
      Pacific County
      Shoalwater Bay Tribal Council
      PO Box 130, Tokeland, WA 98590
    • Skokomish Indian Tribe
      Mason County
      Skokomish Tribal Council
      N. 80 Tribal Center Road, Shelton, WA 98584
    • Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
      King County
      Snoqualmie Tribal Council
      PO Box 969, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
    • Spokane Tribe of Indians
      Spokane and Stevens Counties
      Spokane Tribal Business Council
      PO Box 100, Wellpinit, WA 99040
    • Squaxin Island Tribe
      Mason and Thurston Counties
      Squaxin Island Tribal Council
      10 SE Squaxin Lane, Shelton, WA 98584
    • Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
      Snohomish County
      Stillaguamish Board of Directors
      PO Box 277, Arlington, WA 98223-0297
    • Suquamish Tribe
      Kitsap County
      Suquamish Tribal Council
      PO Box 498, Suquamish, WA 98392-0498
      360.598.3311 16
    • Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
      Skagi County
      Swinomish Indian Senate
      11404 Moorage Way, LaConner, WA 98257
    • Tulalip Tribes
      Snohomish County
      Tulalip Board of Directors
      6406 Marine Drive, Tulalip, WA 98271
      360.716.4000 | 1.800.869.8287
    • Upper Skagit Indian Tribe
      Skagit County
      Upper Skagit Tribal Council
      25944 Community Plaza, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284
      WA State non-federally recognized tribes, several are pending recognition:
    • Chinook Indian Tribe
      Pacific County
      The Honorable Tony Johnson / Chair Chinook Indian Tribe
      PO Box 368, 3 E. Park St., Bay Center, WA 98527 | 360.875.6670
    • Duwamish Tribe
      King County
      The Honorable Cecile Hansen / Chair Duwamish Tribe
      4705 West Marginal Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106 | 206.431.1582
    • Kikiallus Indian Nation
      King County
      Kurt Weinreich, Administrator
      2103 Harrison Ave NW #143, Olympia, WA 98502 360.956.3742
    • Marietta Band of Nooksack Tribe
      Whatcom County
      The Honorable Robert Davis Jr., Chair
      1827 Marine Drive, Bellingham, WA 98226
      360.752.0563 17
    • Snohomish Tribe
      Snohomish County
      The Honorable Michael didahalqid Evans, Chair
      9792 Edmonds Way #267, Edmonds, WA 98020 | 425.744.1855
    • Snoqualmoo Tribe
      Island County
      Earngy Sandstrom, Chair
      2613 Pacific Street, Bellingham, WA 98226 360.671.1387
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      Pierce County
      The Honorable Danny K. Marshall, Chair
      1515 Lafayette St., Steilacoom, WA 98388 253.584.6308
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