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The 1600 block of Sherman Avenue will host a FREE block party and parking spaces will be temporarily turned into public spaces as part of global park(ing) day. Event highlights include: live music, food trucks, beer garden, artisan vendors and more!
It’s that time again! Our 3rd annual North Idaho Cider Octoberfest and Chili-Cook off and we’ve got a soup category again this year too! Proceeds from the chili/soup cook off go to Kootenai Humane Society!
On site food for purchase from The Wurst Man In Town!
In addition to North Idaho Cider we’ll have a few,local beers on tap too!
PLUS, live music from 12-4 and then North Idaho Cider Oktoberfest with Royale from 4-7pm!
$25 entry fee for chili/soup cook-off off competitors. Top 3 spots win cash pus there is a Peoples Choice Award too! For competition info email email@example.com
Advanced ticket purchase required. Ticket price includes one complimentary beverage. Additional beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase. Proceeds to benefit the Inland Northwest Food Network.
Special thanks to the Sheppard Ranch for donating The Pig!
What should I wear to the event? We recommend wearing layers as the temperature can change rapidly after sunset. NOTE: This event will be held at Honey Eatery and Social Club in the case of inclimate weather. Updates will be posted online.
Will there be vegetarian options available? YES! Most of the dinner will be vegetables dishes. No one will leave the event hungry.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208.546.9366.
Cocktail class hosted by Justin Schorzman from the Coeur d’Alene Resort with assistance from the Coeur Group.
You will learn how to make 5 classic cocktails followed by tastings, heavy appetizers, prizes, live music and more.
Limited amount of tickets. Tickets go on SALE August 30th.
Welcome to Prairie PawLooza, a celebration of you, the community! We know you are big part of what makes our hospital great, so instead of hosting a typical Open House, we decided to throw a big PawLooza!!!
Join us Saturday, September 29th from 3:00pm – 6:00pm for Live Music, Food & Drinks, Bounce Houses, Face Painting, a Petting Zoo, Raffles & Prizes, an interactive tour of our Hospital, and so much more!
Admission and Parking is FREE!
Raffle tickets start at $1.00 for an assortment of prizes (including services to be used in hospital…)
This is a family event, bring everyone for a fun fall afternoon! Pets are welcomed as long as they are leashed and promise to stay out of the bounce houses!
Guardians of the Children Inland Northwest Chapter annual Biketoberfest Ride and Auction.
This year the event starts at 2 locations:
Cheap Shots – 6412 E. Trent Ave, Spokane Valley
Falls Club- 611 E. Seltice Way, Post Falls
Registration Starts @ 8:30am KSU@ 10:30am
Route TBD based on Weather
Ride Ends at the Fall Club where you get to enjoy a Bratwurst Dinner with all the fixings.
“RACKTOBERFEST”, 1st Annual, Coeurdalene Idaho Foundation for Wildlife Management Fundraising Banquet is October 6th, 3pm, in the Jacklin Building at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds in Coeurdalene. Featuring an amazing North Idaho Antler Display that will be complemented by “The Klondyke’s” famous Prime Rib “Harvest Dinner”, Raffles, Prizes, Games, Giveaways, Live Auction, Silent Auction, and FUN for everyone! All Proceeds assist in funding the Foundations Wolf Harvest Reimbursement Program. As a hunter or trapper, this is a great opportunity to be sure your membership is up to date, therefore ensuring you don’t miss out on being reimbursed up to $1000 for each Idaho wolf you harvest this season! As a non wolf hunter/trapper, your support and membership is a great way for you to directly support those who are out there busting their butt to get the job done, ensuring quality Elk and other Game populations, while many of us are at home enjoying our families and watching football. These guys have saved more than 60,000 Elk by having removed more than 430 Idaho Wolves to date! Come enjoy a great night out while supporting the Foundation for Wildlife Management! Purchase tickets online at F4WM.ORG
Save the Date
CASA’s Annual Fall Fundraiser: Uncorked!
North Idaho Life will be hosting a seriously classic and epic, one-on-a-kind, old-school-style Hollywood costume party / Masquerade ball on Saturday, October 20th at the Coeur d’Alene RESORT. Retooled, redesigned and with new atmosphere, surprises and special effects. The kind of thing you’ve only dreamed about or seen in a movie, but it will be real and it will be epic!Elegant ~ Opulent ~ MysteriousBook your room at the Resort using this link https://goo.gl/owTkjt for special Masquerade Ball prices!
6-7:30pm Red Carpet Arrival / Champagne Reception – Red Carpet Paparazzi Line, Complimentary Champagne, Period-Ball Setting, Interactive Entertainment & Performers. Your name announced at the door by a costumed attendant and a professional photographer to stage your portrait photos
7:30-8:30pm Grande Cuisine Dinner / Dinner Room Revealed / Live Interactive Dinner Entertainment with Aerial Performers suspended from ceiling by ribbons, fire dancers many surprises planned
8:30-10:30pm Soul Proprietor, 9-piece Funk/Dance Band, drums, bass, guitar, keyboards, horn section and a super high energy female singer. FUN! You simply cannot sit down!10:30-1am Live DJ by Vibe Productions
We will spare no expense and turn our venue into the grandest ballroom you ever saw.
Remember, this is a costume party, even the band will be dressing up. Set to seriously be the Party of the Century
Hope to see you all there!!!
Great community event. Come have lunch and enjoy 45 different soups served and prepared by local businesses and organizations. All proceeds will support the St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho Winter Warming Centers. Donations will also be accepted at the event: blankets, sleeping bags, socks and sweatshirts. Some of our local heroes, peace officers and firefighters will help clear tables and sell wooden nickels. Purchase tickets online or at the door.