Enjoy the Rotary Fountain

A gift to the citizens of Spokane by a joint venture including Spokane Rotary Club 21, City of Spokane
Parks & Recreation, other local Rotary Clubs, and over a thousand individuals and organizations listed.
Donors have been recognized with a named fish carved in the dark-colored paver blocks you
see arranged in paths/rivers around the fountain, symbolically recognizing Spokane as a gathering
place of peoples and waters. 
To locate your fish:
  1. CLICK HERE to find your fish path location. Fish are listed alphabetically by the donor's last name.
  2. Once you've found your path CLICK HERE for a diagram of the path locations. When you go to the fountain, simply start at the bench that circles the fountain and follow the path outward for the number of steps suggested on the fish listing. Enjoy and thank you!
This fountain is the largest piece ever created by the late Harold Balazs, renowned Spokane artist and sculptor.