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Sandpoint Farmers Market. Openair market every Wednesday and Saturday through Oct. 15 in Farmin Park. 597-3355 4 Timberfest. See Hot Picks. 4 Summer Sounds. Downtown concert series takes place from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. on the Park Place stage, near the corner of First and Cedar. Sponsored by Sandpoint B.I.D. and the Holly Eve Foundation. Northern Exposure performs. 263-2161 11 Summer Sounds. Fiddlin’ Red performs. See June 4. 12 Bay Trail Fun Run. Fourth annual 5K/10K benefits the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail. 265-9565 17 ArtWalk. Browse local venues and view all kinds of art during opening receptions for the 39th annual event, sponsored by the Pend Oreille Arts Council. Exhibits remain on display through Sept. 9. ArtinSandpoint.org. 263-6139 18 Chafe 150. Sandpoint Rotary sponsors annual benefit ride on a 150-mile route through Idaho and Montana, or opt for the 1/2 Chafe at 80 miles or the 30-mile fun ride. Chafe150.org. 18 Summer Sounds. Jake Robin performs. See June 4. 18 Battle of the Bulls. Annual bull riding and barrel racing contest at the Bonner County Fairgrounds. 263-8414 24 Trivia Night. Stroll exhibits, then team up for title of “Best Local Historians” while enjoying snacks, drinks and prizes at Bonner County Museum, 611 S. Ella Ave. Part of Late Night at the Museum series. 263-2344 25 Summer Sounds. Truck Mills performs. See June 4. 26 7B Sunday. Season opening celebration at Schweitzer Mountain Resort with free chairlift rides, family activities, plus beer and wine tasting. 255-3081 30 Summer Sampler. Taste fine cuisine from area restaurants, plus enjoy cook-offs and live music in Farmin Park; sponsored by Greater Sandpoint Chamber. 263-2161 30 Yappy Hour. A tail-waggin’ good time! Bring your dog and enjoy a Panhandle Animal Shelter benefit with live music, food and beverages, and fun, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Pine Street Bakery, 710 Pine St. 265-7297

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2 Summer Sounds. Mobius Riff performs. See June 4.

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Off the chopping block

After a 15-year hiatus, the Bonner County Fairgrounds is thrilled to bring back the Timberfest celebration June 4. It’s a sawdust-flyin’ great time for the entire family, and features exhibitions at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. with skill-testing events such as the cross-cut back, hot saw, axe throw, underhand cut and more. Plus, check out the wacky wrestling competitions involving gelatin, and a dance at 7 p.m. with the Devon Wade Band. Bonner County, here’s a chance to get back to your logger-lovin’ roots!

Suds and sunshine

Chances are, enjoying a cold brew on a July afternoon ranks right up there on your summer relaxation list. If so, check out the third annual Sandpoint Beerfest from noon to 5 p.m. July 9 next to Trinity at City Beach. This afternoon party features 20 local craft brews from Inland Northwest Craft Brewers; they’ll be on hand to describe the creativity and complexity of their beers, so it’s informative and fun! Games, food and music complement this great lakeside event. Cheers to beer! Sponsored by the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce.

Film fans, head outdoors!

Who knew the museum could be so much fun, especially at night? The Bonner County Museum, 611 Ella Ave., has been turning on the lights with its SUMMER 2016

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Late Night at the Museum monthly event series, and this summer there’s a particularly special one called Cinema in the Park. It’s coming to Lakeview Park at 8:30 p.m. July 22, where moviegoers can enjoy a screening of the classic 1987 film “A Princess Bride” while sitting under the stars. General admission is just $2; VIP seating is $10 ($5 for museum members) and includes food and drink. View other Late Night at the Museum events at www.BonnerCountyHistory.org. 263-2344

Rainbow of fun

Schweitzer Mountain Resort amps up the summertime craziness with a Huckleberry Color Fun Run & Walk, featuring a 5k and 2.5k, Aug. 7 on the mountain. Participants run or walk through the forest and get covered with color tossed by the forest urchins at several different zones. At high noon, meet at the race finish for the group color toss – definitely an event not to be missed! Sunglasses provided, but safety goggles and a handkerchief would be a good idea to bring along! Register at www.Schweitzer.com.

2 states, 2 countries, 1 bike The WaCanId Bike Ride is a 370-mile bicycle tour that encircles the Selkirk Mountains of Washington, Canada and Idaho – hence the name WaCanId. This year’s sixday event, Sept. 12-17, is the 8th annual ride and features a new route on the Selkirk Loop. Organizers say that previous riders have said the WaCanId offers the best SAG support of any ride. It’s enjoyable, scenic, and well-run! Presented by Rotary Clubs of the Selkirk Loop and the International Selkirk Loop. Learn more at www.WaCanId.org. SANDPOINT MAGAZINE

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Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2016  

In this Issue: Dog Town, Idaho How people and their dogs have created Sandpoint’s copious canine culture Plus ‘Peaking’ Our Interest - Peak...

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2016  

In this Issue: Dog Town, Idaho How people and their dogs have created Sandpoint’s copious canine culture Plus ‘Peaking’ Our Interest - Peak...