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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.
Heritage Health | Indian Summer Scramble
Receive valuable exposure in our Annual Heritage Health Charity Golf Tournament as a Hole Sponsor. Dentists, Doctors, and Professionals are raising funds for financially vulnerable families to gain access to health care. As a Hole Sponsor, your brand signage and recognition at the Dinner Award Ceremony becomes an automatic Hole In One!
$750.00 – Team + Hole Sponsor
$500.00 – Hole Sponsor (host your hole)
$400.00 – Team Sponsor (4 Golfers + Carts)
The 6th Annual Crosstoberfest is a fund raiser for Team Autism. The weekend features cyclocross bike races, food, beer, and music. Fun spectator event. Racing is open to anyone who wants to try. A kids walk ride on Saturday at Noon. Part of the Wid West Cx Series.
Guardians of the Children Inland Northwest Chapter Annual Biketoberfest Ride.
Get your Rear in Gear Biketoberfest is here!
Saturday October 7th
Registration Starts at 8:30am
KSU @ 10:30am
Route TBD Based on Weather Conditions
Registration and Ride Starts at The Falls Club 611 E Seltice Way in Post Falls Idaho
Ride ends at Curley in Hauser where we will be serving Brats and all the “Fixins”
Live and Silent Auction after the ride! Come bid on some awesome Stuff!
$20 Per person includes Brat dinner at Curleys
Ride Shirts available for extra cost.
Not going on the ride? Join us anyways at Curleys where a Brat Dinner is only $5.
All Proceeds Benefit Guardians of the Children Inland Nortwest Chapter and go to helping local kids!
DON’T LET YOUR SILENCE DROWN OUT THEIR CRIES
Hope4.5k is a Non Profit to Bring AWARENESS For The ORPHAN CRISIS…TO ADVOCATE For The Defenseless & Fatherless & To ASSIST Adoptive Families.
Join us on Sunday, October 8th for the 5th annual “Run for the Angels 5K Family Fun Day 2017!” This is our signature event and everyone is invited. Not only is there 5K fun run but a ton of other exciting things for the entire family! Jump N2 Fun will be providing jump houses and an obstacle course, cotton candy, face painting, music from Ruby Frog Entertainment photo booth by Happy Camper Photobooth and much more!
The lush landscapes of the north set it apart from the rest of the state. It’s an unspoiled part of Idaho truly worth visiting. We explore Idaho’s far north with local outfitters, historians, wildlife managers and the Kootenai Tribe. It’s a journey that reveals the amazing qualities of a part of the state not many Idahoans have visited. It’s a remarkable landscape we call “Almost Canada.”
Please join Laura Little Theatricals and the Idaho PTV staff and board as we present this screening. The event is free, but pre-registration is required at http://idahoptv.org
Come golf the last day of the year at the beautiful Club at Rock Creek and help raise money for North Idaho Crisis Center, Children’s Village, and Safe Passage.
We will have lunch provided to all golfers as well as a few complimentary drinks on the course. Play your best for a chance to win 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes, in addition to the games on the course where you can win a new driver! There will be a raffle and live auction to end the day where we will have food and drinks available. Come join us to wrap up the 2017 season and raise as much as we can for our deserving beneficiaries!
Proceeds from the races go to CHS Cross Country Team, Hayden Senior Center and Hayden Chamber of Commerce.
Enjoy breathtaking views while running past golf courses, lakes, horse pastures, farms, and North Idaho forests. All three distances start and finish at Hayden Lake’s Honeysuckle Beach, a beautiful neighborhood park overlooking Hayden Lake and surrounding mountains.
Located just 10 minutes north of Coeur d’Alene, this unique marathon course goes completely around Hayden Lake on hilly, challenging forest-lined roads.
Come experience North Idaho and its beautiful world-class recreation scenery.
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
Lace up your running shoes and choose your costumes! The inaugural Monster Mash Dash 5k is here! The Monster Mash 5k provides friends and family of all fitness levels the unique opportunity to run through beautiful downtown Coeur d’ Alene in their craziest and most creative costumes. The event is scheduled to take place in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho’s McEuen Park on October 21, 2017. Race proceeds benefit Specialized Needs Recreation! The 5k course guides runners along the Centennial Trail and ends at the Avista Pavilion in McEuen Park. Sign your kids up for the 1 mile Halloween Costume Kids Run! After crossing the finish line participants can enjoy music and refreshments. Children can enjoy trick or treating, jumphouses and games at the Kids Fall Festival. Adults who are interested may participate in the Post Race Pub Crawl down Sherman Avenue!
Registration is only $25.00 for Adults!
$20.00 registration for children 12 and younger!
Children 5 years and younger can participate for free!
Prices will increase over time so don’t wait! REGISTER TODAY!!!!!
Register online at www.monstermashcda.com
Come and enjoy age based races, obstacle course, face painting, and more! It’s a race the whole family can enjoy races start at age 3 and go all the way up to a 1 mile citizen race. There are prizes and raffles through out the event. All to benefit running shoes 4 kids!
Welcome to our 6th Annual Dirty Bird Trail Run.
This is an impromptu trail run for a good cause. We will be collecting food and donation for the local food bank/ homeless shelter.
* Please park on the east side of McEuen Park (City Hall Parking lot) I will have my truck and you can drop off your donation there. My truck is a 1998 white chevy with the TALL canopy. I will have the tailgate open for your donation.
***LET’S FILL THE TRUCK UP!!!!
The run will start at the McEuen Park Band Shell. From band shell we will run to the 3rd street entrance and run around Tubbs Hill (counter clock wise) and back to the band shell. This is a fun run, all we ask for is a can food item for the food bank.
Route: 2.5(ish) mile trail run (course will be marked)
* After the run we can warm up at Fine Brewed.
Fine Brewed will offer all runners $3 breakfast croissant sandwiches. And they have daily coffee specials 🙂
After swing by Fleet Feet Sports Coeur d’ Alene and pick up some gear… you deserve it!
For more information contact Dave Dutro 208-457-2726
Join us for a pre-Thanksgiving meal run… we have a 5k and 10k option with all proceeds benefiting the ONESIMUS PROJECT.
10k – $15 or $10 plus 5 donation items ***
5k – $10 or $7 plus 4 donation items ***
*** We will be collecting the following: sample/trial size personal hygiene items ( like toothpaste, soap, etc…), packaged snacks (granola bars, Power Bars, Clif Bars, etc…), hats, gloves, scarves, and socks for the homeless population.
Run begins at 9 am at the Kroc Center in CDA with Race-Day registrations from 7:30 to 8:30 am.
Registration forms available at Fleet Feet CDA.
Time to antler up! The festive Fourth Annual Reindeer Run 5K features a flat out-and-back 3.1-mile course that starts at McEuen Park and goes out to the turnaround on the Centennial Trail via the Dike Road. It’s a beautiful run with lake views most of the way. Cost is $22, and the first 150 registered receive a limited edition Reindeer Run pint glass. The run starts at 8 a.m. Packet pickup and race-day registration is 6:30-7:30. Registration forms are available and can be filled out and dropped off at Fleet Feet Coeur d’Alene. We’ll also have registration forms to download from fleetfeetcda.com soon.
Every year on New Year’s Day the good people of Coeur d’ Alene meet to do the Polar Bear Plunge on Sanders Beach.
This year let’s Freeze for a Reason!
Please bring donations that A Reason for Freezen will collect and donate on your behalf to St. Vincent dePaul of North Idaho!
Let’s Warm Up Cd’A!
The 36th Annual Spring Dash is a qualifier for Bloomsday and is a beautiful 5 mile run through Sanders Beach and along Lake Coeur d’Alene Drive. The start and finish will again be in McEuen Park, where the Tot Trot will kick things off for kids 10 and under.
Registration Now Open!
Save the Date for this exciting Collaborative Event!
The North Idaho Family Group (NIFG) is an Idaho 501(c)3 non profit. It is a membership and program driven group whose mission is Healthy Families and Life Long Learning. NIFG is a backbone organization that will produce the annual Family Day in the Parks event in the spirit of the former collaborative, nonprofit based, Kids Day in the Park with a greatly expanded venue, schedule of events, audience and opportunities.
The event will give families a last day of school activity that is free to the public and lasts until after dark.
Carousel, Museum, Skate Park
The event will start at noon and run until dark.