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Reardan, Washington

Famous Native American writer Sherman Alexie attended Reardan High School, which is featured in a few of his stories.

World War II Medal of Honor recipient PFC Joe E. Mann was born July 8th, 1922 in Reardan and was killed in action, September 19th, 1944, in Best, the Netherlands. A soldier assigned to the 502nd PIR, 101st Airborne Division, the Army Reserve office in Hillyard (NE Spokane) was named in his honor.


Major Events and Festivals


Reardan Mule Days

Held the first weekend of June. Parade, Fun Run, carnival, craft show, bingo, 3-on-3 basketball, car show, horse and mule events, melodrama, bicycle ride, BBQ, tractor show, music, dance, beer garden.


The Buggy Barn Annual Outdoor Quilt Show & Folk Art Sale

Held in late August. Quilts are hung from buildings, clotheslines and draped over the fences. The really big quilts can be displayed on the big barn. You're invited to share your quilts at the quilt show. 877.339.0281, www.BuggyBarnQuilts.com


All City Garage Sale & Craft Show

Held in early September. Over 50 garage sales, more than 40 craft booths in the park.


Future Home of the Inland Empire Railway Society Museum

Hutterian Brethren

Tours, meals and baked goods are available. 509.299.5400

The Buggy Barn

Just a short picturesque drive from Spokane, in Washington's wheat country, you'll find our store tucked inside a century old carriage house, dubbed The Buggy Barn by the 96 year old daughter of the man who homesteaded here. 877.339.0281, www.BuggyBarnQuilts.com


Reardan Audubon Lake
Reardan abuts a 270 acre watchable wildlife refuge.  Trails will be open for birdwatchers in 2007.