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Best Ball Scramble Tourament with lunch provided. There will be a raffle, dinner and live auction following the tournament. Prizes for the top 3 teams, closest to the pin, long drive and games. All proceed go to support ALS patients and their families in our community. If you don’t golf come out and join us for dinner.
Team and individual registration begins May 15
Raise funds to help people with ALS in North Idaho and Eastern Washington live with dignity, comfort, and support.
CASA 6th Annual Scott Wemple Memorial Golf Tournament
SAVE THE DATE
Friday July 28th, 2017
1:00 pm start
Avondale Golf Course
We are currently seeking sponsorship opportunities. For more information
Contact Donna at the CASA Office at 208-667-9165 or email at email@example.com.
A great way to advertise your business, enjoy a round of golf and help abused and neglected children in our community.
Our online registration will open shortly.
Coeur d’Alene Garden Tour
Sunday, July 30, 2017
11am – 4pm
Our 20th anniversary Coeur d’Alene Garden Tour will be held on Sunday, July 30, from 11am to 4pm, and features a variety of private gardens to enjoy!
This year’s tour features a scenic boat cruise across CDA Lake to Casco Bay to enjoy a spectacular walk through the famous Hagadone gardens, featuring 11 acres of waterfalls, ponds, and exquisite plantings. Another local garden features a robust vegetable plot, extensive shade and sun flower borders, and a metal worker’s art space. This is quintessential Dalton Gardens! One more hidden gem is a Hayden garden featuring waterfalls, ponds, vibrant displays of perennials and annuals, and includes many seating areas throughout.
What grows is inspiration! Live music and artisan vendors will be stationed throughout the gardens with garden-related items for sale, including the coveted Collector’s Garden Poster. $25 advance tickets available at most local garden centers in mid-June. This is a self-guided tour so guests can begin and end as they wish. Maps are included on the tickets. Proceeds of the tour benefit local charities and NIC Dual Enrollment Scholarships.
For more information visit www.CdaGardenClub.com or email CdaGardenClub@gmail.com.
Join Rathdrum Parks & Recreation for its annual 3v3 Basketball Tournament at its new date, time, & location. Register your team today. Questions? Call 208-687-2399 or check out rathdrum.org
Join us Saturday, August 5, 2017, for a scenic ride (route to be finalized soon). Enjoy free coffee from Longboard Coffee Co. before heading out and then return to Coeur d’Alene for lunch and prize drawings. Each registered participant will receive a commemorative gift!
Funds raised will help low income families by improving the accessibility and quality of affordable child care. Our ALICE project uncovered the fact that child care is the most expensive item on a family of four’s monthly budget. Low income families are frequenly forced to choose sub-standard or unlicensed care for their children. Help us raise awareness and funds for ALICE families in our community and enjoy a great ride at the same time!
The first (hopefully annual) ride for ALICE will consist of a morning meet-up and ride followed by lunch with prize drawings. Check back for more details and information! If you’re interested in helping plan the ride, contact Mark Tucker at 208.667.8112. Sponsorships are needed!
The Coeur d’Alene Triathlon and Duathlon has been one of the most scenic races in the Northwest since 1984, hence the nickname, “The Scenic Challenge”. This year marks the 33nd anniversary of the race which will be held Saturday, August 12, 2017
The “Sprint Distance Triathlon” that was recently added was a huge success! We’re going to keep it, and as before, it will take off right after the Olympic race begins. The Scenic Sprint consists of a 500-yard swim, a 13-mile bike ride, and a 3.1-mile (5K) run. The sprint course will have women and men-specific wave starts to give novice triathletes a sense of confidence and safety.
The traditional Olympic distance (1.5K swim) and the Sprint distance (500 yards swim) both take place at Independence Point on Lake Coeur d’Alene, a body of water that stretches 30 miles long and up to 3 miles wide. All the bike courses follow Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive. For Olympic distance triathlon riders and Duathlon riders going the full 40K, the race leads to Mullan Trail Road for a challenging uphill course.
The run courses travel north along the Centennial Trail and the Spokane River. There are two turn-around points along the Centennial Trail: the 5K turn-around is in front of the University of Idaho/LCSC Harbor Center, and the 10K turn-around is on the Centennial Trail under the Seltice Way overpass. The course ends at the finish line in Coeur d’Alene City Park at the Triathlon Village adjacent to Lake Coeur d’Alene
WHAT’S BREWIN’ AT MCEUEN?
Join us at McEuen Park in downtown Coeur d’Alene for great craft beer from the Northwest and raise funds for the North Idaho Centennial Trail!
Registration is $30 and includes:
- 6 tickets – 5oz pours each
- Live Music by The Rub and Strange Brew
SIGN UP EARLY!
Only the first 400 people to register will receive a
Tickets available on Eventbrite until August 12th midnight.
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AT THE EVENT.
:: Want more beer? Additional tickets are available at $2 each.
:: Hungry? Food will also available for purchase.
:: What breweries will be attending? We will have 16 of the area’s finest craft brewers available to sample from, including Slate Creek, Trickster’s Brewing, Daft Badger, Kootenai River, Bale Breaker, Deschutes, Selkirk Abbey, Paradise Creek, Mad Bomber, Down Draft, Great Northern Brewing, Ninkasi, NoLi
:: What do I need to get in? You MUST have a valid form of Personal Identification to receive alcohol. All patrons will be carded.
:: What if I’m under 21? Minors may attend in the company of a legal guardian but absolutely no one under 21 years of age will be served alcohol.
**Ride your bike to the festival and receive a COOL PRIZE!*
There will even be a SPECIAL VIP Tent for attendees that are members of the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation, sponsored by Advanced Benefits. Come enjoy food, drinks, and swag!
Want access to the tent? Become a member of the trail by going to nictf.org/membership. Your membership allows us to protect, maintain, expand, and advocate for a healthy trail system that will serve our community for years to come. As always we are so grateful for your support!
All proceeds to benefit the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation.
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