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Apr
5
Fri
Community Dodgeball Tournament: Celebrating Sports for Peace @ North Idaho College Christianson Gymnasium
Apr 5 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join North Idaho College and the Human Rights Institute in an afternoon of fun and games to celebrate the International Day of Sports for Peace with a community Dodgeball tournament.

GAMES • ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS • CONCESSIONS • VENDORS

Registration and player sign in starts at 4:00 pm
Event is 5 pm to 8 pm
in the Christianson Gymnasium [481 N. College Drive]
on the North Idaho College Campus

We encourage anyone in our community to join us in one of three ways at this free event:

SIGN UP TO PLAY
Anyone (all ages!) can sign up to play for free! We encourage businesses, organizations, schools, and clubs to challenge their competition, colleagues, rivals and coworkers to a friendly game in the name of peace!

Teams of SIX or single players (to be assigned to a team) must register by April 2nd. Teams can register at www.eventbrite.com or by filling out this form https://goo.gl/forms/3YZojCGk9YH2vngv2. Single players looking to be assigned to a team can email CecilCardinal@nic.edu.

PLEDGE PEACE
Join others at the event — sign and raise a white card to pledge peace in our community.

BE A SPECTATOR
Browse vendors and cheer on your competing neighbors and community members.

This event is free and family friendly. If you require specific accommodations, please call (208) 769-3300.

Learn more about the International Day of Sport for Peace at www.April6.org.

Apr
13
Sat
9th Annual Walk for Autism Awareness in North Idaho @ McEuen Park
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Panhandle Autism Society is excited about our 9th annual Walk for Autism Awareness in North Idaho! Last year we were humbled by our communities participation and support with over 600 individuals participating in the event! This event is the biggest fundraiser for autism awareness in the North Idaho area. All proceeds go to benefit the Panhandle Autism Society. The donations are used exclusively to benefit families and individuals in North Idaho whose lives are impacted by autism.

The funds from last years walk helped contribute to: Funding nearly $10,000 in local individual grants, 5 social and support groups were continued with record number attendance at our teen and tween groups, parents were again able to attend our fall conference and we were able to continue our mission to train law enforcment and 1st responders in North Idaho and surrounding areas, attend a multitude of community events where we spread AUTISM AWARENESS throughout our amazing community! Thank YOU North Idaho as none of this is possible with out your continued SUPPORT!

Register by March 31st, 2019, Registrants AFTER this date CANNOT be guaranteed a tshirt!

The Family Registration Discount Pricing Options are ONLY available until 3-31-19!!!! After this time ONLY individual registration will be open for $20.00 per registrant!

This is a 1/2 mile family friendly walk! Activities include: Raffles which include a iPad mini with $50 iTunes card, a bounce house, team sign making and really cool awareness items sales. Check back for more vendors and activities as we confirm participation.

Come join us for a morning of awareness, family time and community! Remember the Biggest TEAM wins a $50 gift card of their choice! The 2019 Walk for Autism Awareness is on April 13th, 2019 at McEuen Park in beautiful downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho!. Day of walk Registration WITHOUT a Tshirt guarantee begins at 9 am and the walk begins at 10 am. RAIN OR SHINE

T-shirts available after the walk with registration after March 31st, 2019 ONLY IF AVAILABLE ie. There are some leftover.

2nd Annual TitleOne Charity Cornhole Tournament @ Kootenai County Fairgrounds
Apr 13 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join us for a day of fun and friendly competition on Saturday, April 13th at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds in the Jacklin Building. Doors open at 12:00 pm | First toss at 1:00 pm

Apr
27
Sat
2019 Spring Dash @ McEuen Park
Apr 27 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Register today for the 37th Annual Spring Dash! A five mile run through Coeur d’Alene to support United Way of North Idaho. Saturday, April 27, 2019, race time at 9:30am. If you’re interested in volunteering or helping plan the event, please let us know… 208-667-8112 or SpringDash@UnitedWayofNorthIdaho.org

May
17
Fri
Battle of the Badges @ Frontier Ice Arena
May 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Coeur d’Alene Police Hockey Team has challenged to Spokane Police Hockey Team to a rematch Battle of the Badges hockey Game May 17 at Frontier Ice Arena. Puck drops at 6:30pm. Proceeds benefit the K27 Forever Memorial at McEuen Park.

Jun
7
Fri
Family Day in the Park 2019 @ Coeur d'Alene City Park
Jun 7 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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.

Booths
Food
Music
Cultural Activities
Movies
Carousel, Museum, Skate Park

The event will start at noon and run until dusk.

Jul
27
Sat
Fondo on the Palouse @ Guy Wicks Field (Moscow, Idaho)
Jul 27 all-day

About Fondo on the Palouse

Fondo on the Palouse showcases the rolling hills of the Palouse and its local communities. All routes begin in Moscow, Idaho before traversing through the local communities of Troy, Deary, Princeton, Potlatch, Palouse, Colfax and Pullman. Ride options range from 15 to 100 miles.

T-Jay Clevenger, founder of the Fondo on the Palouse, envisions a large event with routes for both competitive and non-competitive cyclists. The event currently has four routes to challenge all participants.

The Family Fondo is a 15 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho and ending in Troy, Idaho.

The Latah / Chipman Fondo is an option for people who want a 50 mile bike ride but do not want to deal with traffic.

The Potlatch Fondo is a 50 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho, passing through Troy, Deary, and Princeton Idaho ending in Potlatch, Idaho.

The Moscow Fondo is a 100 mile route beginning in Moscow Idaho, passing through Troy, Deary, Princeton and Potlatch Idaho before continuing on to Colfax and Pullman Washington. From Pullman cyclist complete the last leg of the Fondo returning to Moscow.

Fondo on the Palouse provides an opportunity to engage, entertain and support local communities, non-profits and individuals of the Palouse through the active and healthy lifestyle of touring by bicycle.
Who does the Fondo Benefit?

The Fondo on the Palouse supports the Latah Trail Foundation. The Latah Trail Foundation (LTF) was founded in the spring of 1998, by a handful of people with a vision for safe, non-motorized transportation and recreation along the former Moscow-Arrow rail line.

With a mission to preserve the historic Moscow-Arrow railroad corridor for non-motorized recreational and transportation uses for Latah County, its residents and visitors, and to provide Latah County and its communities with support to provide this physical connection to their past and open an avenue for their future.

Proceeds from the Fondo on the Palouse will help support the Latah Trail Foundation and other local non-profits. https://www.latahtrailfoundation.org/

Local non-profits also benefit from the Fondo. Each non-profit that volunteers at an aid station earns a cash donation from the Fondo on the Palouse. Last year 9 non-profits each received over $300.00.