May 31, 2018 5:00-7:30 pm Heartwood Center 615 Oak Street, Sandpoint Tickets are $25 Ticket price includes one complimentary drink and hors d’oeuvres A cash bar will be available Online ticket sales have closed. If you would like to join us this evening, tickets will be available at the door.
You are invited to begin your Earth Day Weekend on the dance floor with a very special tribute to the forest that grows within our community. People and forests share in the freedom of diversity and also in the power of oneness. The Soul Motion ® Conscious Dance Practice is a supportive environment to explore
With links to maps (in order of difficulty) Click here for level explanations and park locations DOVER CITY PARK – LEVEL 1 – Comprised of 3,300 feet of public use waterfront, the park is located west of the marina and City Hall, on a sandy stretch of land next to Brown’s Bay Inlet. Along with the swimming
Join us at the Idaho Pour Authority on October 4 at 5:00 pm and have a beer with Sasquatch! There will be live music with Marty Perron & Doug Bond, the premiere of Sasquatch the Movie: 2; and a chance to win a 2017/18 Season’s Pass to Schweitzer. We’ll see you there!
AND WHAT HAS HE BEEN UP TO? WATCH FOR A SNEAK PEEK! Pine Street Woods is a 160-acre scenic property located just minutes from Sandpoint and Dover city centers. For more information please contact us at 208.263.9471
Join other students and SHS graduate Cami Murray for some summer fun that will get you outside and focused on your academic goals. These hikes will include a conversation about summer reading and college preparedness, plus some Instagram-worthy views! All hikes meet at the trailhead at 11 am, please bring water, and a light snack
READ* CONNECT* GET OUTSIDE* Are you looking for something special to do with Dad over Father’s Day weekend? Head on out to one or both of the Bonner County StoryWalk locations for a free relaxing fun activity. This Father’s day we will be launching our new Storywalk location at the new McNearny Road park in
Help us help our farmers to share their excess bounty. Here is a great opportunity to make a big difference while enjoying the Sandpoint Farmers market. Volunteers with coolers are needed for approximately one hour beginning at 5:30 pm Wednesdays or 1 pm Saturdays. Sign up for one day or one month; every bit helps. Please call the food
Tuesday, 06 June 2017 by Cami
When Dave Kretzschmar, KLT’s Outdoor Education program manager, threw out the challenge to his students from two elementary schools and one High School to learn forestry skills so they could attend the 30th annual Idaho Forestry competition; no one could have imagined the result. Seeing the excitement from his students, Dave approached the KLT team
By Mike Demick, Conservation Information Supervisor Idaho Department of Fish and Game Monday, May 8, 2017 – 11:09 AM MDT Each spring a myriad of baby birds, ducklings, goslings, squirrels, fawn mule deer, calf elk, baby raccoons, and baby rabbits are taken from the outdoors and brought to Fish and Game. The unfortunate part of
KLT community programs recognize that access to nature is an important part of individual and community health. We design our walking programs to engage our communities with the parks and trails systems in Bonner County Idaho. Come to see what all the fun is about… See you on the trails…