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Downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
A fun filled weekend complete with the Gran Fondo bike races, live music, German food and the very best of the harvest brews!
Friday September 23 4 – 9 pm
Saturday September 24 1 – 8 pm
‘On the Day’ tickets may be purchased at the Plaza Shops 210 Sherman Avenue from 3:30 pm on Friday, and from 12:30 pm on Saturday
- Coeur d’Fondo will showcase beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene and the forest, roads and scenery along Idaho’s Scenic Byway; Highway 97, passing through the communities of Harrison and St. Maries; before finishing back in Coeur d’Alene at the fall Oktoberfest in downtown Coeur d’Alene.
Start to finish times : Competitive and non-competitive options : TAKE THE CHALLENGE.
* Piccolo Fondo – bike 37 miles from Coeur d’Alene to Harrison and take a cruise boat back Coeur d’Alene
* Centro Fondo – Take a cruise boat from Coeur d’Alene to Harrison and bike 47 miles back to Coeur d’Alene
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.
On September 28th from 4pm to 8pm, we are partnering with Panera Breads for our United Way Diaper Drive! A portion of the proceeds from your order will go towards buying diapers for children in our community.
YOU MUST SHOW A PAPER OR ELECTRONIC COPY OF THE FLYER TO GIVE!
View flyer on our facebook page event (or below)
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)
Bras on Dudes is a live auction and fashion show featuring decorated bras modeled by local ‘dudes’! All proceeds benefit local cancer charities through The Windermere Foundation.
$30 each/$50 couple in advance; $35 each/$60 couple at the door Include dinner and one drink ticket.
Tickets will be availabe online starting June 1, 2017.
To become a table/event sponsor:
Please contact us if you or your business are interested in purchasing a table or becoming an event sponsor. Tables of eight $180; Sponsorships $250+.
To submit a decorated bra:
Please contact us if you would like to submit a bra for the event. All bras should have a value of $50-$300 which could include accessories, gift certificates, tickets, etc.
To submit a silent auction item:
Please contact us if you would like to submit an item for our silent auction. This could include jewelry, baskets, gift certificates, services (i.e. spas, automotive, lawn care), event tickets, etc.
Thank you to Photography by Luba, Diana Fein, Office Max, Qdoba Mexican Grill, CdA Eagles, A to Z Rental, Ruby Frog Entertainment, Idaho Central Credit Union, Max Photo Booth, Two Reeds, Stacie’s Cakes and Washington Trust Bank for your commitment to our event!
Evening of excellent entertainment, all proceeds to go to the purchase of Thanksgiving turkeys. Special guests THE RED HOT MAMAS ! Reserved seating $25. Just 1 week away, get your reserved seat today. Calling 208-667-1865 or online at www.kroccda.org.
Artist Spotlight on The Red Hot Mamas
Founded in 1993, The Red Hot Mamas are Coeur d’Alene’s original zany lady dance group. You’ve seen them in parades, at Car d’Lane and events not only around the Inland Empire but around America. They are returning again this year to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade where they will be preforming live on TV with a new act. Here’s your first chance to See what The Mamas have up their sleeves.
Turkeys & More! Limited, reserved seating tickets are $25 and available by calling 208-667-1865, online at www.kroccda.org or at The Kroc
Artist Spotlight on Hannah Goodwin.
You never know where the “next big voice” is coming from and we are proud to showcase some contenders including 15 year old Hannah Goodwin. Hannah is a pianist/singer and protege of Barry Aiken’s Bare Mic Studios. The scuttlebutt is she’s doing a couple Billy Joel and Elton John songs. And who doesn’t like those piano men? I’m excited to hear her choices. And if she hits it big time you’ll be able to say “I saw her when…” when you attend Turkeys & More.
Artist Spotlight on Luke Russell
Luke Russell is a unique story teller who recites cowboy poetry to create images of the old west in rhythm and rhyme. He believes If you hear a story in rhyme you’ll listen to it time after time. He and his wife live on a small ranch in Hayden Idaho where they have horses and cattle and double ringed saddles.
Artist Spotlight on Jacob Maxwell
Jacob is a local singer/songwriter who is recently making waves at local venues. Barely 19 years old, he’s been a regular at Riverstone Summer Concert Series this summer and also several local Farmer’s markets.
Mike Bolan had this to say about Jacob.
“I’ve been trying to mentor him a bit, but he’s growing and maturing rapidly without much help needed. I’m hoping there’s a record in the near future (he writes good songs, too) and I sure hope I get to produce it. He’s the nicest kid and I think he’s loaded up with potential and a work ethic to match.” Check him out at: https://youtu.be/uigce9lbOF8
Artist Spotlight on Hannah Verdi
Hannah has been singing all her life and began theater in high school. She has competed on her 5-time Idaho State winning competitive drama team and was first place twice. She just played Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz to sold out houses at Coeur d’Alene High School.
Artist Spotlight on Bones
Bones Kasun is a long time local favorite. He seems to know every song ever written and he’s played every venue and party around CdA for years. Truly talented and gifted, Bones is the ultimate front man; great picker and singer and always a crowd-pleaser.
If you’ve seen him before you know he’ll be fun, if you never have, Turkeys & More is the place to do so. Reserved seat tickets on sale now. And every ticket is also an entry to win our door prize, a beautiful, original artwork be Mike Bolan.
Great entertainment and a great cause, please join us.
Artist Spotlight on Mackenzie Hickerson
Mackenzie is 15 years old and has been involved in singing, acting, and stage performance since the age of five. She has been active in CYT, Out of The Shadows, Post Falls High School select choir/drama and Studio 3 where she qualified for an “Arizoni” for her performance in Smokey Joe’s Cafe. Most recently Mackenzie performed in her second year as a finalist in North Idaho’s Got Talent along with other various musical performances. Come hear this young lady in person at Turkeys & More. Reserved seat tickets on sale now.
Spotlight on Alejandro
Alejandro Vargas moved here from Alaska where he was known as the Latin Crooner. He grew up listening to Elvis, Sinatra, Perry Como and other classic singers. He’s also a DJ and a wedding singer. Don’t know what he’ll be singing but take a listen, dang if I don’t hear a bit of Roy Orbison in his voice.
Come hear Alejandro and other local artists supporting Turkeys & More. Just 1 week away, get your reserved seat today. Calling 208-667-1865 or online at www.kroccda.org.
Local Talent Variety Show benefiting The Community Action Partnership Food Bank and its drive to provide the makings for 1600 Thanksgiving Dinners to Local Families. Besides a great show of local talent, some you’ll know, some you’re going to remember, there will be a raffle and a Door Prize of an original painting by Mike Bolan (Show Director and Original Member of The Fabulous Shadows). Limited, reserved seating tickets are $25 and available by calling 208-667-1865, online at www.kroccda.org or at The Kroc. A good time and a good cause.
Join us for the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide and 16 locations in our region, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Visit our website to register for this event.
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.
This is a FREE event for anyone with mental and or physical disabilities of all ages. The purpose of our events is to show those with Special Needs that they are loved, cared for, accepted and can do things many say they cannot do. No horse or rodeo experience required to participate or volunteer. And yes, volunteers are needed! Come help the Special Needs community discover abilities they didn’t know they had!
*Note* Siblings will not be considered participants and be able to receive the free items handed out. But if time and resources allow they can take part in the activities. We encourage you to bring the whole family to help cheer on the participants and help others see just how capable they “disabled” are.
Registration open on www.rascalrodeo.org
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
Outfits and fashion accessories are from St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store and are modeled by local celebrities and friends. Hors d’oeuvres, drawings and lots of fun.
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.
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!
This fundraiser helps send our veterans, free of charge, to Washington, D.C., to thank them for their service and to visit the memorials erected in their honor.
5:00 – 6:30pm Registration/Silent Auction Begins/No Host Bar
6:30pm Welcome/Program Begins
6:55pm Dinner Served
Various Auctions End
9:05pm Program Closing
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