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Welcome to the 6th Annual Bartenders Ball.
A gathering of the areas top Bartenders and Caterers
Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit Help Every Little Paw
A day of all things dog!
Vendors, dog costume contests, a doxie dash and more! Come check out the fun with your furry friend on May 12 from 10 am – 3 pm at the corner of 6th and Sherman Avenue!
FREE to attend. Dog d’Alene donates profits back to local pet rescues and animal shelters.
VENDOR FORM: http://www.cdadowntown.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/dog-dalene-sponsorship-levels-.pdf
GRAB A LEASH and join us at this dog-friendly, fully accessible community fundraiser, benefiting Canine Companions For Independence and the mission of providing highly trained assistance dogs to people with physical and developmental disabilities free of charge. Get ready for some crazy dog games,,contests, booths, activities. For more information visit cci.org/dogfestNorthIdaho. Form a team from you club, business, neighborhood and register on line to join us!
or the past 13 years KHS has hosted our annual signature event, Tails at Twilight, at different venues throughout the area. Hundreds of animal lovers come together to celebrate, dine, and bid on hundreds of unique auction items in support of KHS’ life saving mission.
Enjoy an evening under a tented setting on the grounds of Kootenai Humane Society. Enjoy live music, a delicious dinner, prizes, raffles, and live and silent auction items will be available for your bidding pleasure. During the evening, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the shelter and meet all of our current residents.
A women-only rodeo clinic and fundraiser benefiting the Kootenai Health Foundation Cancer Patient Support Fund and the North Idaho Fair & Rodeo Foundation
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
Welcome to Prairie PawLooza, a celebration of you, the community! We know you are big part of what makes our hospital great, so instead of hosting a typical Open House, we decided to throw a big PawLooza!!!
Join us Saturday, September 29th from 3:00pm – 6:00pm for Live Music, Food & Drinks, Bounce Houses, Face Painting, a Petting Zoo, Raffles & Prizes, an interactive tour of our Hospital, and so much more!
Admission and Parking is FREE!
Raffle tickets start at $1.00 for an assortment of prizes (including services to be used in hospital…)
This is a family event, bring everyone for a fun fall afternoon! Pets are welcomed as long as they are leashed and promise to stay out of the bounce houses!
“RACKTOBERFEST”, 1st Annual, Coeurdalene Idaho Foundation for Wildlife Management Fundraising Banquet is October 6th, 3pm, in the Jacklin Building at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds in Coeurdalene. Featuring an amazing North Idaho Antler Display that will be complemented by “The Klondyke’s” famous Prime Rib “Harvest Dinner”, Raffles, Prizes, Games, Giveaways, Live Auction, Silent Auction, and FUN for everyone! All Proceeds assist in funding the Foundations Wolf Harvest Reimbursement Program. As a hunter or trapper, this is a great opportunity to be sure your membership is up to date, therefore ensuring you don’t miss out on being reimbursed up to $1000 for each Idaho wolf you harvest this season! As a non wolf hunter/trapper, your support and membership is a great way for you to directly support those who are out there busting their butt to get the job done, ensuring quality Elk and other Game populations, while many of us are at home enjoying our families and watching football. These guys have saved more than 60,000 Elk by having removed more than 430 Idaho Wolves to date! Come enjoy a great night out while supporting the Foundation for Wildlife Management! Purchase tickets online at F4WM.ORG