Join us to celebrate our association’s 100th anniversary! Our event will be themed roaring 20’s, so we welcome you to join in on the fun and dress in your favorite 1920’s attire.
Friday, September 17, 2021
Schedule of Events:
- 5:00-7:00pm, Social Hour with complimentary hors d’oeuvres, live band and photo booth.
- 7:00pm, Dinner will be served.
- Dinner will be followed by special entertainment and a keynote talk by Dr. Mark Leid, Dean of the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
During our event we will be giving away $2,000 worth of prizes!
The Centennial Hotel
303 West North River Dr.
Spokane WA 99201
$40 per person for member and guests (table of 8 for $320)
$50 per person for non-members (table of 8 for $400)
Registration closes September 12th
To help support this year’s student immunization training at WSU, for each ticket sold between now and September 12th, Spokane Pharmacy Association will donate $10 to this cause.
In the event we have to cancel our celebration, all tickets will be fully refunded.
Click here for more meeting details and sponsorship information.
Here is what the Centennial Hotel is doing for cleaning standards:
Sanitize all shared equipment and meeting amenities before & after each use or make single-use items available for equipment that cannot be sanitized.
Sanitize tables and chairs prior to each set up with our electrostatic sprayers.
Replace all linen, including underlays during full day meeting, after each meeting.
Disinfect meeting rooms at the end of each meeting day with our electrostatic sprayers.
Make available sanitizing stations with hand sanitizers or sanitizing wipes that are easily accessible to guests in meeting rooms.
Have masks available for meeting guests, upon request
Temperature check equipment is available for use at registration areas outside of meeting rooms, upon request
We continue to elevate our cleaning standards in our meetings and events spaces to address the unique challenges presented by COVID-19. These guidelines and protocols are meant to meet or exceed the guidance provided by our local and state public health authorities.