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Sep
29
Sat
Walk To End Alzheimer’s @ Riverstone Park
Sep 29 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Alzheimer’s Association’s 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, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions.
This year, we will be taking our walk in beautiful Riverstone Park. We hope you will join us for this important walk to find a cure! For more information or to register please visit act.alz.org/NorthIdaho

Nov
11
Sun
Historic Pipe Organ Dedication Recital @ Community United Methodist Church
Nov 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:15 pm

Community United Methodist Church invites the community to attend dedication events celebrating the installation of the renovated historic pipe organ. The organ will be officially dedicated and heard for the first time during the 9:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Service. A Dedication Pipe Organ Recital, open to the public will be at 2pm. The church is fully handicapped assessible. Off-street parking is available

Performers at the 9am worship service will include Cynthia Marlette and Mark Haberman, organists for the church. Long time community organist, Byrl Cinnamon, will join Marlette and Haberman for the afternoon Dedicatory Recital. Additionally, for the recital, two commissioned works will be featured, including an anthem that will be performed by the church’s Chancel Choir under the direction of Bill Jaquette. Sheila Schindler, soprano saxophonist, will join Marlette on one composition for organ and saxophone. There is no admission fee.

The historic organ was installed in the congregation’s previous building, located at 7th and Wallace, in 1908 and included 640 individual pipes. It was rebuilt and enlarged to 1,267 pipes in 1978. When the congregation built the new facility in 1994, the organ was reinstalled in that setting. The 2018 renovation, by Marceau & Associates of Seattle, Washington, afforded an opportunity to further enhance the instrument’s bold, extraordinary sound by increasing its size to 1,581 pipes. Information: 208-765-8800, www.cdaumc.org

Apr
23
Tue
Post Falls Chamber of Commerce CEO Speakers Series @ Garden Plaza
Apr 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Please join us for the second installment of the 2019 CEO Speakers Series, sponsored by Idaho Central Credit Union. The quest speaker will be long time resident, Chief Warren Merritt from Kootenai County Fire and Rescue, sharing his success stories during life in public service.

Apr
24
Wed
Post Falls Chamber of Commerce Community Business Fair @ Post Falls Greyhound Park & Event Center
Apr 24 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Over 90 businesses and service groups under one roof! Play Business Bingo to win fabulous prizes. Bring your business cards to enter the drawings! Free Admission, Free Parking, Open to the Public
For information on securing an exhibitor booth, contact deb@postfallschamber.com
3pm-4pm – Business to Business Networking opportunity just for vendors. For information 208-773-5016 or www.postfallschamber.com
Thank you to our Grand Sponsor, Northwest Specialty Hospital

May
10
Fri
Free Evening at the Museum @ Museum of North Idaho
May 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Museum has three new exhibits this season. The two seasonal exhibits New Land, New Life: Immigrants Shaped Our Region and Keeping History Alive. The first exhibit provides a look into the lives of some of the people in the major immigrant groups that settled here. The second exhibit showcases a sampling of the Museum of North Idaho’s recent artifact donations. The exhibits will run April 2 through October 31st. A new permanent exhibit Explores and Fur Trade, created by the Friends of Spokane House, looks at trade prior to white settlement and explorers.

Jul
12
Fri
Free Evening at the Museum @ Museum of North Idaho
Jul 12 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Museum has three new exhibits this season. The two seasonal exhibits New Land, New Life: Immigrants Shaped Our Region and Keeping History Alive. The first exhibit provides a look into the lives of some of the people in the major immigrant groups that settled here. The second exhibit showcases a sampling of the Museum of North Idaho’s recent artifact donations. The exhibits will run April 2 through October 31st. A new permanent exhibit Explores and Fur Trade, created by the Friends of Spokane House, looks at trade prior to white settlement and explorers.

Sep
13
Fri
Free Evening at the Museum @ Museum of North Idaho
Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Museum has three new exhibits this season. The two seasonal exhibits New Land, New Life: Immigrants Shaped Our Region and Keeping History Alive. The first exhibit provides a look into the lives of some of the people in the major immigrant groups that settled here. The second exhibit showcases a sampling of the Museum of North Idaho’s recent artifact donations. The exhibits will run April 2 through October 31st. A new permanent exhibit Explores and Fur Trade, created by the Friends of Spokane House, looks at trade prior to white settlement and explorers.

Oct
11
Fri
Free Evening at the Museum @ Museum of North Idaho
Oct 11 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Museum has three new exhibits this season. The two seasonal exhibits New Land, New Life: Immigrants Shaped Our Region and Keeping History Alive. The first exhibit provides a look into the lives of some of the people in the major immigrant groups that settled here. The second exhibit showcases a sampling of the Museum of North Idaho’s recent artifact donations. The exhibits will run April 2 through October 31st. A new permanent exhibit Explores and Fur Trade, created by the Friends of Spokane House, looks at trade prior to white settlement and explorers.