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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
The fourth annual benefit for Coeur d’Alene School District 271 school libraries, jumping up to a new decade: the 80’s!
There will be music, food, prizes, and a whole lot of dancing.
1980’s attire is strongly encouraged.
Tickets are $40 each.
Dinner and first drink included with ticket (attendees must be 21 or older).
Online sales coming June 2017!
Buy your tickets before September 24, 2017 and get the early bird rate of $30 each.
The North Idaho Chapter 13-1 of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is proud to present our 4th Annual Burgers & Brews fundraising event. This event is to raise money for our local veterans and their families in need in the North Idaho counties. 100% of all monies raised and donated at this event will go to veterans needing assistance in medical care and devices, bills, groceries, etc., as well as providing Thanksgiving meals and Christmas dinners/gifts for veterans and any family members in need. We are a group of non-combat and combat veterans who come together with a love of riding motorcycles and helping our fellow veterans.
We are grateful to have North Idaho Cider as our sponsor for this event and Bombastic Brewing as a co-sponsor.
EVENT IS FAMILY FRIENDLY! Participating vendors for this event are North Idaho Cider, Bombastic Brewing, American Legion Post 143, Up North Distillery, Down Draft Brewing Co., The Hired Grill, Drummin Up BBQ, Las Brasas Mexican Grill, Westwood, The Cupcaker Baker, LuLaRoe, Pure Romance, Scentsy, Bull Dog Pipe & Cigar, Lone Wolf HD, Sweet On You Pallets, AND MORE! There will be live music by Jacob Maxwell, Hannah Rebecca, and No Going Back. Live jazz will also be featured.
Special parking for motorcycles. Everyone is welcome!
There will also be a 50/50 raffle, drawings for prizes every half hour, and yard games.
All vendors will be donating 20% of their profits at this fundraising festival to the CVMA 13-1 to help our local veterans. Remember this and please spend and donate generously! Like and share. We hope to see you all there!
CVMA 13-1 IS A REGISTERED 501(c)(3) ORGANIZATION
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!
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
Presented by Robin Rose, a renowned speaker and trainer, with over 20 years of experience helping people across the country utilize brain-based research in a way that is fun and applicable to all settings.
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
Get your deerstalker cap on – the play’s afoot! This fast-paced comedy about everyone’s favorite detective takes a madcap approach to Holmes’ most notorious case. Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre’s hilarious, fully staged production will be October 12-15 at the Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center, Post Falls. Thursday-Saturday, 7:30pm; Sunday, 2pm. Tickets are $25. www.cdasummertheatre.com or 208-660-2958.
Tons of gently used infant-juniors, maternity, coats and boots, strollers, swings, baby gear, books, games, movies, and tons of toys!
Sunday is the half price sale and free admission
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!