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By Lucas Walsh
Cheney Free Press 

Mayfest returns

2023 celebration of community and commerce


Last updated 5/22/2023 at 7:18pm

Lucas Walsh| Free Press

Spokane aerial artist Amber Hunter hangs upsidedown on First Street during MayFest.

CHENEY - The ninth annual Mayfest celebration returned downtown May 12 and 13 after a two-year hiatus.

The event featured vendors, artists, musicians, a Cornhole tournament and more.

Hundreds of people gathered for the ranked Cornhole tournament on First Street, between C and D streets.

Nearby, the East Spokane Kiwanis Club offered helmet painting for children in a booth along First Street.

Seven-year member Natalie Duprey said the project provided bicycle helmets to children across the West Plains.

At the Cheney Library and near City Hall, classy chassis were on display.

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