SPOKANE, Wash. -

Looking for something to do over Labor Day weekend? Here are four events you won't want to miss.

Pig Out in the Park
This Spokane tradition is in its 37th year. It kicked off Wednesday, and will run through Monday night. 44 vendors offer 225 different menu items- from giant corn dogs to cheesecake on a stick. Pig Out also features free concerts. 85 local and regional acts will perform all weekend long. Admission to Pig Out is free, and all food is under $10.

Farmers' Markets
Switch up your grocery routine, and stop by a farmer's market. Stock up on locally grown produce and more. The Spokane Farmer's Market (at 20 w. Fifth Ave.) and the Liberty Lake Farmer's Market ( At 1421 N Meadowwood Ln, Liberty Lake) are both open on Saturdays.

Spokane Symphony
Labor Day weekend is also the time for the Spokane Symphony's annual outdoor concert. Enjoy a night of music- for free. On Saturday, the symphony will play at 6:00 PM in the Central Valley High School theater. On Monday, the concert will be held at the same time in Comstock Park.

Arbor Crest
On Sunday, check out Concerts on the Cliff at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars. Fresh beats, beautiful views and award-winning wines. You must be 21 or over to attend, and admission is $8. This Sunday, R&B swing band Atomic Jive will be playing from 4:30 PM to 7:15 PM.