Festival at Sandpoint
Since 1983, the non-profit Festival at Sandpoint has hosted its internationally renowned summer concert series in a casual and relaxed atmosphere at Memorial Field, in Sandpoint, Idaho. The Festival is audience friendly. It is a customized concert experience without equal. You can feast on fabulous food and beverages on “Festival Street,” or bring your own picnic basket and cooler from home. You can stretch out on a blanket, cruise in a lawn chair (bring your own or rent ours), sit in the grandstands or let loose in our dancing areas.
Lost in the 50’s
Lost in the 50’s is your weekend of Cars – Music and just havin’ fun!
Kicking off annually in the 3rd week of May!
This year we’re going to give you the best of both worlds of the 50’s and 60’s Music. Friday Evening will be America’s answer to the British Invasion…with the feel good of the late 50’s and early 60’s beats that anyone could dance to and understand the words!!!
The Legendary Party of the Year, Lost in the 50’s car show, Aspirin Ralley Run, Dancing in the streets, good food, and much more!
More information https://www.facebook.com/lost50s/
Every year in the dead of winter, Sandpoint, Idaho, cooks up a sure antidote to cabin fever.
It’s the Sandpoint Winter Carnival, pure fun celebrating the best of the snowy season … indoors and out.
We hope to see you here for the 40th annual Sandpoint Winter Carnival, Feb. 14-23, 2014!
Long Bridge Swim
WELCOME TO THE LONG BRIDGE SWIM!
The Long Bridge Swim, in beautiful Sandpoint, Idaho, is the Northwest’s premier open-water event. The Swim is 1.76 miles across Lake Pend Oreille.
IT’S A FUN EVENT FOR ALL AGES!
Join us as a participant, volunteer or spectator! This event is great for any age or fitness level; it’s fun for the whole family! We hope to see you on Swim Day …
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 2013!
Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort
Season Opening: Subject to conditions – typically late November or early December
Season Closing: Subject to conditions – typically early to mid April
Hours of Operation: 9am – 4pm
Night Skiing: Fridays, Saturdays and holidays from December 26, 2013 – March 1, 2014; 3pm – 7pm
Average Annual Snowfall: 300 inches (25 feet or 762 centimeters)
Snowmaking Capacity: Midway and Happy Trails
Skiable Terrain: 2900 acres
Summit Elevation: 6400 feet
Village Elevation: 4700 feet
Lowest Elevation: 4000 feet
Vertical Drop: 2400 feeet
24 hours for Hank
Hi, my name is Henry, but my friends call me Hank. In November 2007 I was diagnosed with Cystinosis, a rare genetic disease that affects approximately 500 people in the United States (mostly children), and about 2,000 people worldwide. This disease causes the amino acid “cystine” to accumulate in the body’s cells. Over time, cystine buildup slowly destroys various organs including the kidneys, liver, muscles, white blood cells, eyes and central nervous system.
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