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North Idaho College will honor the memory of former student Brian Williams with the eighth annual memorial bike ride at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, beginning at the Slate Creek Brewing Co. at 1710 N 4th Street in Coeur d’Alene.
Williams was 28 years old when he was killed in a plane crash in 2010 while flying over Glacier National Park. He participated in NIC Outdoor Pursuits trips and was involved in a variety of outdoor programs offered through the college. Proceeds will benefit the Brian Williams Memorial Scholarship, which was established to support students studying outdoor leadership at NIC.
The poker ride is appropriate for riders of all ages and will include prizes for the best (and worst) hand at the end of the ride. The event will also include live music from the band “Broken Mantel,” door prizes, and a barbecue from 3 to 6 p.m. at Slate Creek Brewing Co. A $25 donation covers the barbecue, live music, long-sleeve T-shirt and poker ride entry. Participants who don’t want to ride are encouraged to come to the brewery for the other events.
To sign up, call the NIC Outdoors Center at (208) 676-7169.
Part 1- Pre-Season Skill Building Class
Be part of the First Robotic Competition (FRC). Build a 5 foot 120 LB robot that can do things drive, pick up and climb. It’s as true to real-life, hands-on engineering as you can get.
This project is in two parts. During the Pre-season class (Sept-Dec) you will have the opportunity to learn how to design, do CAD, do electronics, build, fabricate, program, market and other skills that will be instrumental to the team during Once we hit build season (Part 2, Jan-March) the training is over and we strategize and build an awesome robot for competition.
Be part of a team, learn skills, be amazing!
First Session, Thursday, October 5th
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Through December 15th
Ages 14 -18
Stomp Out ALS on Saturday, October 7th! Join us for a fun fall harvest festival! HarvestFest 2017 will benefit Matt’s Place Foundation, which provides housing and support for people with ALS and their families during their battle with ALS. Its ultimate intention is to provide hope, housing and assistance to families dealing with the ailments of motor neuron disease like ALS.
Watch the mayors of CDA, Hayden and Dalton Gardens compete in a grape-stomping contest, enjoy local wines, microbrews and ciders. We will have traditional Bavarian food options for sale, along with live music by Ron Greene.
This is a paperless ticket, please bring your receipt to the event. Ticket cost covers entry to the event and 2 drink tickets – beer, wine, cider, or non-alcoholic. Additional wine, beer and small plate appetizers are available for purchase.
An evening of fun and generosity supporting the Lutherhaven Fund, making camp available to ALL children regardless of ability to pay. In 2016, 63% of campers came at free or reduced cost thanks to donors like you.
$75 per person. Ticket price includes cruise, dinner, hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, & cider tasting and live music.
Buy your tickets before September 22nd!
*New this year: Tickets will be sold individually. (Instead of by table). You may purchase tickets for your group and there will be plenty of opportunity for your group to be together throughout the evening.
Registration opens at 2:30 pm with a departure by cruise boat from the Coeur d’Alene Resort promptly at 3:30 pm;
Should you choose to drive, festivities will begin at Camp Lutherhaven at 4:30pm.
Boat returns to the resort by approximately 9:00 pm.
Live music; wine, beer, & cider tasting; delicious dinner; meaningful program and a paddle raise to support camp!
Paddle Raise ::
After the dinner program, guests will have the opportunity to raise a paddle to make a 1 to 3 year pledge of support to the Lutherhaven Fund.
Cowboy casual with a touch of “bling!”
Buy your tickets by September 22nd!
Dinner, Entertainment, Live & Silent Auctions, Liquor & Growler Raffles, 50/50 & Much more
3Cs – Cancer, Community Charities Kootenai County
A variety of Kootenai County charities benefit annually
Part of the Girl Revolution In Technology (G.R.I.T.) program
Using your brain power learn the power of writing one of the most used languages in the world, learn to write code and learn the magic of turning your ideas into reality. Join the sisterhood. Weekly meetings will explore different programming languages. Learn to write apps, make your clothes light up, build devices that will help solve problems, all with the companionship of other girls who want to create technology, not just consume it! Beginners and those with experience welcome.
Ages 12 and up
Coding • Problem Solving •Creativity
First session Tuesday, October 10th
3:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Through December 12th
Ages 12 and up
Coding • Problem Solving •Creativity
Enjoy the fall crisp air, local beers, beautiful scenery, music and a good time at the 5k fun run & beer festival. Walkers & runners alike will enjoy this non-competitive, self-timed event. Prizes will be awarded for best costume. Event is held at Kiwanis Park, Post Falls.
Register at www.postfallsidaho.org
$25 – 21 & over (ID required) – includes run, T-shirt, Medal & 2 drink tickets
$15 – Under 21 – includes run, medal & T-shirt
Join us for a fun evening at Season’s to benefit Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center. A delicious meal and a drink are included in the ticket price, as well as a chance to bid on auction items and a wine grab (21 and older) Tickets are $60 after October 13th, so get them now because this event will SELL OUT!
Come support Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho while sampling great local craft beer and Girl Scout cookies. Local breweries will compete for the best craft beer and cookie pairing, and you will decide the winning combination! There will be live mujsic by Bill Bozly.
Tickets: $20 in advance/$25 at the door. Includes five 4oz pours, a CBCF tasting glass, and hors d’oeuvres.
- This is a 21+ event.
For an Evening of Beer, Wine, Whiskey and Cigar Tasting including pairing with Executive Chef Nick food pairings
Our Friends from Moon Dollars Bistro will be here helping as well with the Whiskey Tasting and they have some amazing games and Raffle items
We will be having a small silent auction and a few Raffle Items up for Grabs
Funds raised during this event will be used to help with emergency food kits for our seniors during the winter
Ticket Price is $35.00 Per person
North Idaho Life is hosting a one-of-a-kind Masquerade Ball benefitting the kiddos at Children’s Village! The kind of thing you’ve only dreamed about or seen in a movie, but it will be real and it will be epic! Join us for an evening full of champagne, paparazzi, a Grande cuisine dinner by Satay Bistro, aerial performers, a nine-piece funk band and a live DJ to finish out the night. No expenses are spared for the most epic party of the century!
A great night of community awareness to help support our therapeutic riding and Hippotherapy programs for children and adults with special needs or disabiities. Great BBQ dinner, beer and wine. Silent and live auction plus much more.
Live music provided by the Ryan Larson Band.
It was amazing last year and this year it will be that and more!!!
You are cordially invited to our annual Give Hunger the Bird event on November 4, 2017, from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Please come support our mission of serving those struggling in poverty in Kootenai County.
For more information call us at 208-773-0139!
Come enjoy good company, good food, good music, all for a great cause!