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Family entertainment center coming to Spokane Valley


Last updated 3/10/2022 at 10am

Tim Homer

The entertainment center will offer mini-bowling, Ballocity, Omni Arena Virtual Reality, a Ninja Warrior course, laser tag, bumper cars, and a ropes course.

SPOKANE VALLEY-An exciting new family entertainment business is coming to Spokane Valley. Flight 509 Adventure Park will be a locally owned family business. The 11,875 square foot facility will be located at 10502 E. Montgomery, between Pines and Argonne in Spokane Valley.

Owner Tim Homer hopes to open Flight 509 in late 2022.

"It'll be later this year or next year, the way the supply chain keeps changing," Homer said. "We should be getting the permit to start construction in the next week or two."

Flight 509's design work was done by Mercier Architecture & Planning of Spokane Valley. D...

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