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Old time contradance with live music by Arvid Lundin & Deep Roots.
All dances will be taught by our caller, Susan Dankovich. No experience or partner required!
Wear comfortable clothing and no mark shoes. Contradancing is good exercise.
There will be a cake walk and a prize-tastic raffle, too!
$8 adults, $5 teens, kids under 12 free (raffle and cake walk tickets $1each)
fundraiser for the Meadowbrook Hall
The Human Rights Education Institute, Hayden Chamber of Commerce, and The Family Guide are hosting the 2nd International Food and Drink Festival at the Silver Lake Mall on Sunday, January 28, 2018 from 4-7p.m.
Live Entertainment. International Food & Beverages. Cultural & Visual Arts. Highlighted performers are Lake City Highland Dance, North Point Latin Jazz and Angela Marie Project. Additional music provided by Ruby Frog Entertainment.
Some of our participating restaurants in 2017 were the Olive Garden, Sweet Lou’s, Azteca, The Fedora, The Italian Bakeshop, The Wellness Bar, Pita Pit, The Greenbriar Inn, Panda Express, Philly Express/Aebleskivers, Coeur d’Alene Casino, Cheryl Davilas Salsa, Wellness Bar, Costco and more.
Beer provided by Daft Badger, Tricksters, and Mad Bomber, and cider by North Idaho Cider.
$25.00 Tickets available for purchase at the Hayden Chamber of Commerce, Silver Lake Mall’s Office, The HREI and Event Brite: Around the World International Food and Drink Festival
The International Food and Drink Festival will help raise funds for the operation of HREI and its nonprofit collaborative partners, the Hayden Chamber and The Family Guide.
Join us for a evening of wine tastings and Tapas while we celebrate and fundraise for Autism Awareness!
WHY ARE WE DOING A FUNDRAISER?
First I would like to introduce myself, my name is Melaine Collins and I am the current President to the Board of Directors for The Panhandle Autism Society (PAS). PAS has been in our community for over 20 years and I have been volunteering for this organization for 8 plus years, my heart is so full with the continued community support we receive to help PAS implement Our Mission: “Panhandle Autism Society supports individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families in Idaho’s five northern counties through education and enrichment opportunities.”
bring your extra seeds and take home some new varieties.
Get ready for the gardening season
Envelopes, labels and markers provided
Wine, Stein and Dine is the annual fundraiser of the Post Falls Education Foundation to fund innovative classroom grants for Post Falls School District educators, all subjects, in grades K-12. These grants greatly enhance the learning experience of the students, and motivate the educators to create new ways to teach.
The Foundation has awarded over $575,000 in grants to teachers in the district in the last 21 years. The event draws up to 400 people (21 and over)
This event includes tasting of microbrews and hard ciders from local breweries, and wine from area wineries, with an array of foods from local restaurants, live music with Bill Bozly, wine tree raffle, photo booth and silent auction.
Tickets available online at www.pfewsd.org, or in Post Falls at Mt. West Bank, Super One, Yokes, Enoteca, Post Falls Brewing, Selkirk Abbey Brewing, Post Falls Chamber of Commerce, Post Falls School Dist. Office, Washington Trust Bank, and Daft Badger Brewing CdA
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You asked for it! We’ve got it. The 2018 Regional Teen Human Rights Symposium will provide a full-day of human rights education to secondary students ages 13-19 (some exceptions made) and interested in deepening their understanding of human rights history and humanitarian issues today.
The Program has three primary goals:
Develop students’ understanding of the complexities of history, empower students to be leaders in their communities who support human rights and genocide prevention, and to provide examples of past and current role models who have made a difference in their communities and the world.
This Teen Human Rights Symposium will reduce hatred and open dialog for more compassionate youth and young adult citizenship. Students will have a better understanding of human rights, will gain confidence to speak out against bullying and hateful actions, and can infuse an open acceptance of culture and diversity in their communities. We expect students will become more compassionate human beings and develop and share more meaningful relationships on school campuses and in the world around them.
SAVE THE DATE! Dancing with Celebrities returns for Season 3 and will feature an exciting cast of local luminaries stepping outside their comfort zones to perform. The event is sure to again be a sell out so stay tuned for the announcement of the who’s who of the community who are chosen to participate and information on reserving tickets and hotel special pricing!
Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy will present “From Bach to ROCK!”, the 2017 season finale concert at the NIC Schuler Performing Arts Center on May 23 at 6pm. The community is invited and encouraged to attend what promises to be an impressive program. Performances will include all Charter Orchestra and Band students, including the talented and popular Jazz Band, Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, and will feature a wide range of music and showmanship. Admission is free and open to the public. Limited Center Orchestra and Lower Balcony seats will be available for purchase at www.CdACharter.org beginning April 9, 2018.
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.