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26th Annual Gala Auction
Best Western Plus Cd’A Inn
5 pm Doors Open
5-7 pm Social, Raffles, Silent Auction
7 pm Dinner & Live Auction
9 pm Live DJ & Dancing
$65/person by April 8th, 2022
$75/person after April 8th, 2022
Deadline: May 1st, 2022
Who can throw the tallest cylinder or widest plate?
Find out upstairs in our Throw down featuring local artists in our community! Two artists at a time will be competing for the Ceramic Throw Down Showdown champion in a fun environment hosted by a funky DJ!
Our gallery will be featuring local ceramic artists with more to choose from in our retail shop as well.
Surrounded by over 300 unique handmade cups for sale for $15, downstairs we will have a “Clay Play” for any eager hands ready to explore hand building and creativity.
VIP Access will allow you to come in an hour before the event starts , pick and purchase your cup and receive an additional drink ticket!
All proceeds will go towards the growth of our Ceramics Studio here at Emerge, dedicating space for emerging artists to learn, create and grow.
Take meaningful action in your community by helping clean up I-90, rest areas, and nearby parks for Spring at our Trash Tag Challenge event! Trash on our freeway banks and rest areas in Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls have accumulated and are glaringly visible to residents and visitors.
We challenge the citizens of Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls to collectively fill 100 bags of trash at the event! We hope everyone will walk away with a sense of accomplishment and commitment to building a sustainable community.
Meet us at the Treaty Rock Park picnic area in Post Falls no later than 11 AM. Volunteers will receive bags, safety vests, and sign required liability forms before being dispatched out to various locations.
Idaho Gives – a program of the Idaho Nonprofit Center – is designed to bring the state together, raising money and awareness for Idaho nonprofits. Due to the increased need of support to the nonprofit sector, because of COVID-19 the online giving period has been extended! Donations can be collected from April 29-May 6
• April 29th-May 6
The North Idaho Veterans Stand Down will be held on Saturday, May 7th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at North Idaho College, 1000 W. Garden Avenue, Coeur d’Alene. The annual event is a program created to assist veterans and their families in Eastern Washington and the five Northern Idaho counties.
In the military, Stand Down refers to a necessary mental and physical break from combat. Military personnel would spend time in a safe place to rest and recuperate before returning to the front lines. Today, Stand Down is an event that provides a safe place for veterans and their families to engage with veteran community resources. Veterans will have the opportunity to meet personally with VA healthcare and benefits representatives. Organizations that provide medical, dental, counseling, assistance with Wills, housing, clothing, food assistance, haircuts, and bike repair will also be available. Breakfast and lunch will be served to all attendees, volunteers, and service providers.
The Stand Down’s goal is to reach veterans who are homeless or at risk of being homeless as well as all veterans and their families. Through the work of volunteers and local organizations, this one-day event provides veterans and their families’ invaluable information and resources.
To volunteer, request more information, or for veterans’ assistance, please contact North Idaho Veterans Stand Down Inc, (208)964-2819 or email NorthIdahoVeteransStandDown@gmail.com.
There are many organizations in our community serving families in the A.L.I.C.E. population and the population of women in various stages of transition. We are seeking to honor these women who don’t have many opportunities to “do something nice for themselves” while offering them resources and hope for a better future.
WHAT: We will honor these ladies with a luncheon at Best Western Coeur d’Alene. Lunch time will feature Tammey Grable-Woodford a motivation speaker and cancer survivor providing hope and encouragement to overcoming life’s obstacles.
WHO: We will work with our partners at UGM, The Kroc Center, St. Vincent DePaul, Your Friend Pamela Faye and similar non profit organizations in our community to identify those ladies who will most benefit from an event of this type. Guest list will be capped at 50
EXPOs and RESOURCES: There will be no charge for an expo table for non profits offering services to this demographic. These Non Profits will be encouraged to share their resources and to provide a raffle item at their table that would benefit these ladies and their families.
8:00 – 8:30 AM Registration, Networking, Pastries and Coffee, Expo Table
8:30 – 9:00 AM Welcome, Introduction to the day, Sponsor recognition and more
9:00 AM – 11:30 Put on Your Cape – Life isn’t easy but you got this!
Morning Presentation and Panel
Jennifer Myers – Cancer Survivor
Beverly Clark – UGM Graduate
Jennifer Dancy – Rising through Adversity
11:30 – 11:45 Break & Networking
11:45 – 12:45 Lunch is served. Speaker
Tammy Grable Woodward – Your Killer Life*
12:45 – 1:00 Quick Break
1:00 -2:00 – Straighten Your Crown – Presentations
Marty Bruner – NIC (information about GEDs, College courses, finding your passion, identifying your skills.
Speaker TBD – ICCU (budgeting, saving, improving credit, etc)
Speaker TBD – Employment (identifying skills & passion. Steps to pursuing employment
2:00 – 4:00 – Straighten Your Crown – Honoring You (Self Care)
Nutrition – Jennifer Dancy
Fitness – Brittany
Introspection – Art, Journaling – Michelle
Spiritual and the joy of giving back – Leslie?/Cynthia or someone else J
4:00- – 5:00 – Networking and Expo.
5:00 – End
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT AFTER THE EVENT
We have all been to retreats and conferences where we garner fabulous information, are excited to implement what we have learned, are all on board with changing, growing, succeeding with what we have learned, then return to the “real world” and life takes over.
Take Aways: The swag bags and expo tables will include items such as recipe cards, at home fitness routines, opportunities for art classes, community involvement, etc.
Six month follow up: What did you do to personalize this? What was meaningful to you? Led by Jennifer Dancy, a follow up session will be offered to the women free of charge. They will be encouraged to incorporate any aspect from the May 14th event that is important to them into their daily lives, then to meet with us again in 6 months to renew, refresh and report (share) their successes and/or obstacles, gaining support.
Emerge Art: Has offered to have FREE art sessions throughout the next 6 months for the participants who would like to pursue this. Michelle Fellegy will be reporting on this at the next meeting
Non Profit Expo: We are inviting non profit agencies providing resources for this audience a free expo table at the event. Each table will be required to offer a raffle item at their table.
Sponsorship Expo: All sponsors of the event will be provided with an expo table. We encourage a raffle at the table, but it is not required.
$5000 – Presenting Sponsor (1 AVAILABLE)*
- Covers the cost of the speaker and the registration for 50 guests.
- 5 minutes to talk during lunch
- Breakout table to promote products, provide information.
- Expo table, Social Media/Promotional Posts, logo on all printed materials
- Banner and/or expo table at 2022 Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day
- 4 free registrations to Turkey Trot
$2500 – Food Sponsor (1 AVAILABLE)*
- Covers the cost of all food.
- Recognition and thanks during the event
- Expo Table, Social Media/Promotional Posts
- Banner and/or expo table at 2022 Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day
- 2 free registrations to Turkey Trot
$1500 – Shirt Sponsor Thank you Atomic Threads for being our sponsor!!!*
- Primary Expo location during event
- Recognition and thanks during the event
- Expo Table, Social Media Posts
- “This shirt sponsored by”:
$500 – Friend of the event (UNLIMITED AVAILABLE)
- Expo Table
- Thanked and recognition at the event
$100 – Table Sponsor (10 AVAILABLE)
- This table sponsored by:
*Lunch tickets for 2 representatives included in this package .Additional lunch tickets available for $45
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT
North Idaho Turkey Trot raises funds for education and resources for cancer patients and survivors in North Idaho. The 10th Annual Turkey Trot is expected to draw 350+ participants. Capes and Crowns sponsors are offered the opportunity to add a sponsorship for Turkey Trot for significant savings
- $2500 Presenting Sponsor = $1500 for presenting sponsor for Turkey Trot
- $2500 Shirt Sponsor = $1250 for Shirt Sponsor for Turkey Trot
- $1500 Course Signs and Aid Station Supplies = $750 for Turkey Trot
- $200 Friend of the event = $100 for Expo Table at Turkey Trot
For more information contact
Cynthia Rozyla 208-661-9713 or email@example.com
Join NAMI ID as we turn the sky on McEuen Park green! Kites will be provided. The idae is to get attention and start the conversation about mental health.
Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d’Alene
Dozer Day is an annual, community event hosted by the excavation industry to give kids an opportunity to operate heavy construction equipment and enjoy many other excavation-related activities for less than the cost of going to the movies.
Dozer Day is like going to a fair only our rides are real heavy construction equipment. Kids hop in the driver’s seat and actually drive dozers, excavators and other heavy equipment with a professional operator at their side. Not only is it a dream-come-true for kids (and fun for the whole family), the event also benefits many children’s charities.
We are so excited to see everyone at Cabela’s Stateline for this family fun event. Dozer day has something for everyone with food, giveaways, pipe and tire crawls, garbage trucks, fire trucks, an ambulance, and many other awesome activities.
Tickets on sale online now!!
Presented by NUCA Eastern Washington and North Idaho in partnership with The Nutter Foundation.
SAVE THE DATE!! The Annual Family Day in the Park Kick-off to Summer! Over 100 vendors, games, activities, music, beer garden, food court, interactive displays, and more! Visit http://nifamily.com/forms for Vendor applications.
Join us for live music, free hot dogs, activities for the kiddos and lots of information about housing resources – including where to find financial help.
2022 Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk
Celebrate the 32nd Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act! Free picnic lunch provided by Pita Pit, also hot dogs, chips, and cake. Sno Cones, Face Painting, Button Making, Resource Fair and music. Learn the differences and similarities between Service Dogs, Therapy Dogs and Emotional Support Animals. Free photos with your furry buddy!
Please Join us August 6th, at our inaugural Walk Run READ! 5k, Kids Dash, and Family Fun Event! In addition to the 5k and Dash, we will have a book swap/sale and kids activities including a scavenger hunt! The event kicks off with the 5k at 8am and the Kids Dash at 9:15. There is also a virtual 5k option as well. All proceeds of this event go directly to support The Literacy Project of North Idaho, an adult literacy program helping adults to learn more, earn more, and do more!