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NATIVES & NEWCOMERS
Any advice for newcomers? Adopt the outdoor lifestyle. When you get more involved with all this national land and forest that’s ours you care for it more and help to preserve it. It’s easy to become complacent and take for granted that Sandpoint and the surrounding area has so much to offer even in changing seasons. If you live here embrace the changing seasons. Don’t let a cold winter stop you from going out and enjoying the area. Be a good steward of the land. Keep Idaho beautiful.
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Early Bird Season Passes for the 2017 Festival at Sandpoint go on sale now!
199 $ 249
before December 1st
*Plus sales tax and city parks fee.
after December 1st
PHOTO COURTESY OF DIANA BREWER
Don’t miss this limited opportunity to secure drastically discounted admission for all 8 nights of music, August 3-13, at the new Barlow Stadium at Memorial Field!
Let’s just say we’ve got something up our sleeve…
iana Brewer, 37, was born at Travis Air Force Base in California, to an Air Force father, and lived many places, including Florida, before moving to Sandpoint in 2012. Her father, Dr. Ed Hunt, has lived here for many years and works as a chiropractor. She wanted to follow his path and join his practice, which she calls a true “gift.” Today, Brewer is the area’s only female chiropractor. While earning her doctor of chiropractic degree, she worked as an assistant to orthopedic spine surgeons, which exposed her to traditional medicine and a gentle chiropractic approach. Diana believes in a mix of chiropractors, medical doctors, physical therapists and massage therapists in addition to others to make a “team” so people can reach their peak health and performance. How do you make the most of the long winters? At times I love it; I love the clean, fresh, W I N T E R 2 0 17
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