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Walks to Show Your Support and Other Fun Happenings


October 3, Noon

The Northwest Infant Survival and SIDS Alliance presents the ninth annual Run for the Angels this Sunday in Coeur d’Alene’s McEuen Park. The purpose of the event is to come together to raise awareness for infant and child loss, remember children who were unexpectedly lost, and provide a day to enjoy family and friends. All proceeds for the event will benefit the emotional support program of the Northwest Infant Survival and SIDS Alliance. Read More...


October 1 - 3, 11am - 5pm

Latah Creek Winery is celebrating fall’s arrival with an open house celebration and major savings on their quality wines. This weekend, take 20 percent off 2018 Merlot bottles, 20 percent off wine cases, and 40 percent off 2018 Merlot wine cases, among other savings! While you’re wine shopping, enjoy sips and snacks as the winery celebrates their 40th harvest. Read More...

The Doobie Brothers at Spokane Arena

October 1, 8pm

The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald take the stage at Spokane Arena this Friday for their 50th anniversary tour. For the first time touring together in over 25 years, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees will be on stage to play hits like “Listen to the Music'' and “Long Train Runnin.” The show begins at 8pm with doors opening at 6:30pm. Read more...

Spokane Walk to End Alzheimer's

October 2, 8:30am

The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s Is the world’s largest fundraiser for Alzheimer’s research, care and support. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, the event draws participants of all ages and walks of life to move forward together in fighting the disease. This Saturday at Riverfront Park, registrations for the event will kick off at 8:30am, followed by opening ceremonies at 9:30 and the 2.4-mile walk at 10am.

Oktoberfest at Post Falls Brewing Company

October 2, Noon to 10pm

The first weekend of October means Oktoberfest celebrations are here. Post Falls Brewing Company hosts their Oktoberfest Celebration this Saturday with live music from local favorites Echo Elysium, Rusty Jackson, and Royale. The event promises food, fun and beer. Pi-daho Artisan Pizza will be present along with High Heat Hospitality to complete the event with festive German fare. Read more...

American Sign Language Tours at Art Spirit Gallery

October 2, 2 - 6pm

Downtown Coeur d’Alene’s Art Spirit Gallery is taking steps toward keeping art accessible for all, starting with ASL tours beginning this Saturday. In partnership with Timothy Madsen, a Troy University senior set to receive his Bachelor of Science in ASL and English Interpreting, the gallery will offer ASL tours from 2 to 6pm at their opening reception for the Magnificent Mel exhibit. Madsen will provide open accommodations for the deaf community within the region. Read more...

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