SPOKANE, Wash. - One of Spokane's most well known and beloved donut shops is about to reopen its doors.
Donut Parade, which closed in late 2016, announced on Facebook that its grand reopening will take place on March 13.
In a message to its customers, Donut Parade says, "Thank you so much for your patience and enthusiasm as we've been getting everything put together."
"Keep following for more information, including opening details, giveaways and more!"
Donut Parade first opened its doors on N. Hamilton in 1968 and was operated by owners Darrell and Kathy Jones for decades.
The shop will remain in the same location, but with some new features, including an original, hand painted mural by Chris Bovey.
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