Monthly Archives: September 2010

Brad Richter Educates, Inspires and Entertains During His Week-Long Guitar Residency at the JACC

Visiting area alternative schools and conducting workshops with our at-risk youth population, Brad Richter will be featured at a week-long guitar residency at the Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center (the JACC) from September 27th through October 1st. Richter finishes his residency at the JACC in concert with cellist Viktor Uzur on Friday, October 1st at 7 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students.

Art-A-Boundary County Perspective

Boundary County Historical Society Contact Gini Woodward, President 208-267-7720(museum) 208-267-5638(home), other contact: Colet Allen 267-8130 Title: Art- A Boundary County Perspective Thirty local artists jumped in and quickly assembled an exciting art show of nearly one hundred pieces including paintings, sculpture, pottery, photography, quilts, fiber, and mixed mediums as part of the Community Review, […]

‘Thank You for Firing Me’ talk at Cd’A library

COEUR d’ALENE – Candice Reed, co-author of “Thank You for Firing Me! How to Catch the Next Wave of Success After You Lose Your Job,” will speak Wednesday Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of the Coeur d’Alene Public Library, 702 E. Front Ave. Reed’s successfulwriting career has spanned more than 20 […]

Historical Society Collecting Oral History of 1970′s County Immigrants

Boundary County Historical Society Contact Gini Woodward, President 208-267-7720(museum) 208-267-5638(home), bcmuseum@meadowcrk.comother contact: Susan Kemmis, 267-7720 Title: Historical Society Collecting Oral History of 1970s County Immigrants Volunteers from the Boundary County Historical Society are interviewing and archiving oral history stories of several people from a large population influx into Boundary County in the 1970s. The […]

Entree Gallery “Famous People and Familiar Places”

Currently on display though October 10that The Entree Gallery at Reeder Bay is “Famous People and Familiar Places”, a selection of vintage black and white photography from The Ross Hall Collection, by Dann Hall. Ross Hall received national attention as a wildlife and scenic photographer by the New York Times, National Geographic and Life magazines. […]

Leveraging Technology to Grow Your Business

Sandpoint’s own Charles Manning, President and CEO of Playxpert, will speak on driving attention and audience to your product or service utilizing technology.Learn to optimize your business processes and differentiate yourself in the larger market.Topics include: What social media means to you as a business owner How to gain more exposure Understanding your customer better Using […]

Bring Your Family to the 3rd Annual Health & Wellness Fair

Sandpoint ­– The third annual Community Health & Wellness Fair will be held Saturday, Sept 18 at the Bonner County Fairgrounds from 10am to 2 pm. Admission is free and open to the general public. Get EXPERT medical advice and be sure to take advantage of the Free and Low Cost health care options available […]

Cardinal Athletics Showcase includes highlights, previews of NIC sports

The North Idaho Athletics Department is hosting its 2nd Annual Cardinal Athletics Showcase Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 11:30 a.m. in the Coeur d’Alene Resort. The event will include presentations from award-winning members of the NIC coaching staff with preseason regional and national predictions for all NIC sports as well as status reports for fall sports. […]


Sandpoint, ID – National chart newcomer and local favorite 18 Shades, will be joining Seattle-based Fridrich and Vance Bergeson for a “Musical Road Trip” through “acoustic rock” on Saturday, September 18th at 7PM at the Panida Theater. Local guitar-maker Bergeson is opening the concert with an earthy set of acoustic folk.  Shifting gears, Fridrich brings […]