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Annual School Supplies Giveaway, including free haircuts, bounce house and hot dogs.
A fun, free, family friendly, way to celebrate the vintage and retro styles of the past. There will be food, vendors, live music, an art show, a car show, and a fashion show. Come enjoy all the many lively forms of entertainment with friends and family and feel as if you have been transported back into the past! A little nostalgia never hurt anyone.
Mudgy and Millie Birthday Party + New Book Release
WHEN: September 8, 2018 @ 11:00 am
WHERE: Coeur d’Alene Public Library Community Room
702 E Front Ave
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
CDA Public Library Foundation
ARTS & CULTURE COMMUNITY EDUCATION KIDS
Please join us for Mudgy and Millie 10th birthday party plus a new book release!
Mudgy and Millie travel to Australia in a hot air balloon.
Join us Saturday, September 8th at 10 a.m or noon. We anticipate a crowd so will celebrate
twice with birthday cake, reading of the new book and singing a new song.
Emerge’s INK! Print Rally Coming in September
Steamroller Art, Live Music and More at Second Annual Event
Local community arts organization Emerge is hosting its Second Annual INK! Print Rally in the parking lot of its downtown Coeur d’Alene gallery on Saturday, September 8th, from 3 to 9 pm. This unique event features a steamroller and hand-carved wood panels to create one-of-a-kind prints on large pieces of fabric. Each panel is hand-carved and inked by a local artist, then rolled and revealed at the event for all to see.
“INK! truly is a one-of-a-kind event for the community,” says Emerge Executive Director Jeni Hegsted. “This year, we’ve partnered with some of our higher education institutes, like Lewis-Clark State College and the University of Idaho, to make this an educational experience as well as an entertaining one. Emerging print artists get to work right alongside more experienced artists to create art right before everyone’s eyes on a huge scale.”
Event participants include six regional colleges and universities, local businesses, and community-based organizations. There will also be interactive printmaking booths with activities for all ages, local artisans and makers, food trucks, and a beer garden. All of this is set to live music from local bands Hobo Hangout, the Bitch Fits, and the Newman Band. Attendance is free and open to the public.
This year’s theme is “Resilience”: how individuals, communities, and environments adjust to challenging events, adversity, and natural processes. The showcased prints will reflect processes of adaptation and how resilient knowledge can be used to support well-being.
“The theme coincides with the process of steamrolling panels of carved wood,” says Hegsted. “We put a huge amount of weight and physical stress upon the fabric, ink, and wood to create a piece of art that speaks of the artist, and hopefully speaks to the viewer.”
It is the mission of Emerge to provide free and affordable arts education to youth and adults in our community. The funds raised during the INK! Print Rally will be used to maintain printmaking equipment for the Emerge classroom, offer scholarships, and provide the needed resources to underwrite diverse art education for our community. All event proceeds benefit the Emerge community arts program.
For more information about the INK! Print Rally or Emerge, visit www.emergecda.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre presents a one night only performance of God Help Us with 7-time Emmy Award-winning actor Ed Asner. This special night of theatre will be Wednesday, September 12th at the Schuler Auditorium on the campus of North Idaho College. This political comedy speaks to audiences of all political persuasions with one essential argument: We need to learn to listen to each other so we can live – and laugh – together!
This show is PG-13
Tickets are $30 at www.cdasummertheatre.com or 208-660-2958.
Since 1957, United Way of North Idaho has connected businesses and individuals with our nonprofit community to support and enhance nonprofit work that improves lives every day. In 2006 we started the Day of Caring—a one-day volunteer blitz that brings hundreds of locals working together with nonprofit agencies for the common good. This year we expect over 40 projects and 300 volunteers and rely on the support of a few sponsors to help ensure the day is energizing and engaging. Show the community your company cares about improving lives of our friends and neighbors in need.
Sign ups coming soon at http://www.unitedwayofnorthidaho.org/dayofcaring
The Museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary with the feature exhibit Keeping History Alive. The exhibit showcases some of the Museum’s favorite artifacts and the importance of collecting and preserving our region’s history. The exhibit will run April 3 through October 31st. The Museum will offer free admission on the 2nd Friday of each month from 5pm to 8pm as part of Art Walk.
The Museum of North Idaho in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is located adjacent to Coeur d’Alene City Park at 115 Northwest Blvd. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am-5 pm, April 3 through Oct. 31. A free one-hour parking pass can be requested at the Museum desk.
Every second Friday of the month from April-December, stroll through beautiful downtown Coeur d’Alene and enjoy the many galleries representing locally and nationally acclaimed artists.
The ALS Association’s premier event, our Walk to Defeat ALS® is an outlet for communities across the nation to demonstrate their concern for and the urgent need to find the cure for ALS while providing the best care for those who are currently battling the disease.
What began more than 15 years ago as a grassroots effort to increase awareness has now turned into a National Signature Event that the entire ALS community rallies behind, growing the number of teams and participants each year.
Whether reinvigorated by the Ice Bucket Challenge 2014 or new and concerned about our cause, over 150,000 ALS supporters nationwide participated in local Walks this year. It was incredible to feel your support, as Walks across the country broke fundraising and attendance records, and enthusiasm was off the charts!
Help us keep the momentum going in 2018!
Support childhood cancer families in the Inland Northwest by attending the Anna Schindler Foundation’s memorial golf tournament. Join us for a 9-hole scramble or just for dinner and an exciting silent and live auction. All proceeds go toward financially supporting childhood cancer families receiving treatment at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. Tickets available at the Anna Schindler Foundation website.
This exciting event will gather civic and business leaders and hundreds of community members for an evening of silent and live auctions and a chance to mix and mingle with Club supporters over delectable hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and a delicious dinner.
This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year. The money raised goes directly to our local Clubs and helps to ensure we can continue to enhance and expand our programs to
the youth of our community.
2018 RACE DAY SCHEDULE
8:00am Race Day Registration & Packet Pick-Up, Supporter’s Village Open, Team Photos
8:30am Red Hot Mama’s music & comedy show
9:00am Survivor/Forever Fighter Group Photo – at the main stage
9:15am Fundraising Awards Ceremony
9:30am Red Hot Mama’s Warm-Up and Pink-a-licious Parade (main stage to the start line)
9:50am Idaho State Police Honor Guard and National Anthem
10:00am RACE STARTS
*Subject to change
Rascal Rodeo produces rodeo events for anyone with mental and or physical disabilities of all ages throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our events are always free of charge to the special needs community because of generous donors and sponsors. Any age can attend and experience what it’s like to be a cowboy or cowgirl at their own pace with no pressure. Come discover unknown abilities and be the stars of the show!
Volunteers always needed. Youth volunteers are also welcome. Siblings who attend will not be considered RR Cowboys or Cowgirls. It is encouraged they come and cheer on the participants and at times take part in the activities when time and resources allow. Items handed out are only for the RR Cowboys and Cowgirls who are in attendance.
Register on our website, www.rascalrodeo.org
Junger combines history, psychology, and anthropology as he explores what tribal societies can teach us about loyalty, belonging, and humanity’s eternal quest to find meaning. He explains the irony that war feels better than peace, that adversity can turn into a blessing, and that disasters are more often more fondly remembered than the good moments in life. Tribe explains why humans are stronger when we come together and how we can achieve that in our presently divided world.
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, ($60) as well as a chance to bid on auction items and wine grab (21 and older) ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OF TICKETS SOLD!!
Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre presents Cabernet Cabaret
Love is anything but a cliché! Join us for an evening of entertainment all about love in all its many forms. September 20 at the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center, with performances from our incredible local talent. Songs about love, loss, humanity, purpose, and meaning all lead to an incredible evening of entertainment. Tickets are $30 and include a glass of wine and light appetizers.
Seats are limited (only 75 available) so get yours today at www.cdasummertheatre.com or call us at (208) 660-2958.
This two day bash will feature live bands, 30+ beers and ciders, three biergarten locations (two outdoors and one indoor) along with kegs scattered throughout downtown businesses. This fun filled weekend is complete with the Gran Fondo bike races on Saturday!
Friday, September 21: 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday, September 22: Noon – 9:00 pm
Bier Schmecken Halle
Plaza Shops (Check in & Ticket Sales Friday & Saturday)
210 Sherman Avenue
Corner of 2nd & Sherman
Resort Lawn (SATURDAY ONLY)
115 S. 2nd Street
Ticket purchase is good on both Friday & Saturday at all Oktoberfest locations. Children and designated drivers entry is free when accompanied by ticket holder. Free root beer on Saturday for children 12 & under. Dress up in a lederhosen or dirndl and receive a free meal ticket for either Friday or Saturday!
Tickets will also be available at the door while supplies last. PROST!
**Must be 21+ to purchase ticket**
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!
This event promises to be a fun auction and dinner evening with some great auction items and terrific company.
HCC was approved in early September of 2017. Since then our team has been working hard in areas of fundraising, finalizing a site and upcoming contracts related to operations.
Our last hurdle is the funding needed to ensure a smooth opening in September of 2019. We are excited to have everything in place for this auction to be a huge success.