Community Stuff

Tuesday Night Free Community Meals - Cup of Grace

Cup of Grace invites you to join them for their free, Tuesday evening Community meals program.

Every Tuesday evening from 4:30 - 6:30 pm

Located at the Spirit Lake Community Center, 32564 4th Ave, Spirit Lake, ID 83869

For information on this and other programs offered by Cup of Grace, visit their website at http://www.cupofgrace.life/

They will be following the Panhandle Health District seating and serving procedures

  • Fewer, but larger, tables inside in order to social distance

  • To-go boxes will be distributed through the takeout window for those that don't want to come inside

  • If no table are available, you can grab a to-go box or wait outside until a table is available.

  • A few table will be available for outside dining

  • All volunteers will wear masks and gloves, and tables and chairs will be wiped down after each guest leaves

 

Kootenai County Farmers Markets - Wednesday evenings & Saturday mornings - thru September and October

Since 1986, the Kootenai County Farmers' Market has been providing the communities of North Idaho with fresh, locally-grown produce. From May through October, our markets specialize in vegetable, flower, and native plants and an ever changing array of local food products--meats, cheeses, bread, honey, and jams--all season long.

So grab a cup of coffee, listen to the live music and peruse the more than 100 producers and artisans who make up our two markets--from cheese to chairs, breads to birdhouses--you'll find it at the market!

WEDNESDAY MARKET

Hours: 4 pm to 7 pm, through September
Sherman Ave. & Fifth St., Downtown Coeur d’Alene

SATURDAY MARKET

Hours: 9 am to 1:30 pm, through October
SE Corner Hwy 95 & Prairie Ave., Hayden

DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT THE SATURDAY MARKET GROUNDS. THIS INCLUDES DOGS BEING CARRIED, IN STROLLERS, BACKPACKS, OR PURSES. THANK YOU

The Kootenai County Farmers’ Market Board of Directors has implemented the following COVID-19 modifications to start off the season:

Our vendors have been asked to follow best practices:

  • To set their booth to allow 6 feet of space between customers and vendors.

  • Discourage group gatherings.

  • Have one vendor handle product; one to handle money.

  • Use surfaces that can be disinfected and sanitized.

  • Wear gloves and masks.

  • No sampling or live animals at the market.

For now, we ask that you think of our Market as an “outdoor” grocery store…get in, shop, get out. 

Farmers Market at Sandpoint - Wednesday and Saturday

The Farmers' Market in Sandpoint is now held on Wednesdays from 3pm-530pm and also Saturdays from 9 am- 1pm in Farmin Park. Farmin Park is one block off of Oak Street in downtown Sandpoint.

The Farmers' Market at Sandpoint made the move back into Farmin Park for the rest of the season. We are so grateful to our customers who have supported us along the way.

We ask that our customers practice safe shopping habits while at the market as well. We will still provide handwashing stations throughout the market, encourage customers to wear masks, and encourage customers to practice social distancing while they are at the market.

For information you can visit their website at https://www.sandpointfarmersmarket.com/

September 17 - REFRESH Women's Bible Study -

REFRESH Bible Studies The Women's Ministries at the Salvation Army Kroc Center returns from summer break following Labor Day Weekend. Meet with women for real connection, ready to learn and engage and have fun.

Starting Sept 10: "Safe & Sane Cake Pops" and Lysa TerKeurst Bible Study Series begins. "The Best Yes!" Student book: $5. All welcome! Bring a friend for this 6-week study.

FREE - No Membership needed - All Welcome - Meets in the Community Rooms every Thursday morning from 10:30 AM to Noon!

The Women’s Ministries groups at the Kroc are a safe, loving place where Christ is welcomed as central to everything they do.

September 17 - Finding God Faithful Women's Bible study

Lake City Church and Breathe Women's Events would like to invite you to a women's Bible study

Join them on Thursday evenings starting September 17, 2020 from 6 PM – 8 PM as they study Kelly Minter’s book, Finding God Faithful.

This study traces the path of Joseph’s life in the book of Genesis and reminds us of God’s sovereignty even in dark times. Be sure and purchase your book in advance. We're meeting at the CDA Campus. Register at http://lakecity.church/breathe/

Please join a growing community of sisters, as they gather to encourage one another and explore the power behind God’s breath in our lives.

Questions? Email LCWomen@lakecity.church

Thursday evenings - The Well at Kroc Center

The Well

every Thursday evening - 5:30-7PM

at the Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene ·

The Well is a holistic community outreach designed to improve the health of participants' body, soul, and spirit. Each Thursday will begin with a short time of group learning and activity, then transition into a variety of activities. These activities include: physical therapy consultations, exercise training, nutritional classes, pool usage, and more.

Free childcare is provided for children between 3 months and 5 years old. Youth participants between the ages of 6 and 11 participate in a free youth fitness program.

Questions? Call Wade at 208.763.0636

Thursday Night Church Service! Real Life Ministries - Post Falls

Thursday Night Service!

Every Thursday - 5:45 - 7:00 PM  · Real Life Ministries · Post Falls, Idaho

We have a safe and fun Children's Ministry, powerful worship, an engaging message, and wonderful volunteers just waiting to meet you and show you around. From the parking lot to the pulpit, everyone is welcome at Real Life Ministries.

Real Life Ministries is located at 1860 North Cecil Road in Post Falls.  Their phone number is 208-777-7325.

 

September 18 - Dentistry from the Heart

NorthView Family Dental in Spokane is having a special day on Friday, September 18. it's called Dentistry from the Heart.

They will be offering free dental services to the underserved in the Spokane area on that day. Hours will be from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The address is 5901 N. Lidgerwood Street, Suite 225, in Spokane.  if you need more information, call them at 509-590-1763

Sunday, September 20 - Couer D Alene Flea Market

 September 20, ~ Coeur d'Alene Flea Market

With summer slowly coming to an end, we decided we want to shake things up a bit for the September Flea. We’re going to hold the market on the 3rd Sunday of the month, September 20th, as a sort of “End of Summer Solstice Affair”

The market hours run from 10 A.M. To 3 P.M. 

Location: The Roosevelt Inn 105 E Wallace Ave, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814

Every Last Sunday thru Oct 25 join the Coeur d’Alene Flea Market. There will over 20 vendors providing you with local hand-made goods, vintage, antiques & artisan foods.

Remaining Dates: September 20, October 25

September 26 -Local churches unite for “The Return - September 26

Churches unite for “The Return.” Heeding a call for “The Return” to God, hundreds of Christian believers throughout Eastern Washington and North Idaho will gather Saturday, September 26, to repent and pray for God to heal our land. The local event, to be held 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, September 26, at the Stateline Speedway, 1349 N. Beck Road, Post Falls.

It will occur simultaneously with “The Return” on the Mall in Washington, D.C. “The Return” has been endorsed by Franklin Graham, Bishop Harry Jackson, James Dobson, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, Anne Graham Lotz, Pat Robertson, actor Kevin Sorbo, Nicky Cruz, Robert Morris, author Jonathan Cahn, and many other faith leaders. Organizers expect thousands to attend in the nation’s Capital on September 26, and millions to tune into the live simulcast.

Local organizers are inviting anyone interested in hope, healing, renewal, repentance, and revival to attend “The Return,” a free, two-hour event that begins 11 a.m. Saturday, September 26 at the speedway, with worship music, prayer, and messages of encouragement. Local speakers include Spokane and North Idaho pastors John Repsold, Tim Remington, Jonathan (J.O.) Owens, and Carl Hampsch.

For more information, contact Lakes Community Church (509) 226-5148 or visit TheReturn.org

October 9 - Open Arms’ Annual Fundraiser

The Open Arms’ Annual Fundraiser is just weeks away!

They are thrilled to move ahead with this event, our 20th Year Celebration Dinner on Friday, October 9 at the Coeur d Alene Resort Banquet Hall.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., program starts at 7 p.m.

This year's speaker is Dr. William Lile, the Prolifedoc, who is instrumental in providing the abortion reversal pill to those women who immediately have regret over taking the abortion pill.

Dan and Shelly Powers will share their music while Rose Backs from Elite Auctions will lead us the live auction of 12 awesome packages created just for this event.

They are anticipating to sell out like never before. They have already sold ¼ of our allocated seats, despite the current political and local climate.

To purchase tickets online, visit openarmsfundraiser.com or call them at 208-667-5433. Please RSVP by September 28, 2020.

Open Arms Pregnancy Care Center and Real Choices Clinic is open for clinical and non-clinical services. All services are provided at zero-cost to clients and patients. 

Free2Succeed Mentorship program

Are you looking to engage in one on one discipleship? Why not join the Free2Succeed Mentorship Program, an Idaho Department of Corrections Community Mentor Program designed to match community mentors with adult felons who are transitioning to communities throughout Idaho. These may be incarcerated individuals preparing for release or those who are currently on supervision but are seeking some additional support.

Free2Succeed is focused on community mentoring and not inside an institution with the goal to find a mentor for someone who requests one about 90 days before their release.

Old friends are the number one cause for relapse for those coming out of incarceration. Solution--New Friends--like you.  Show a newly released person what real love is. (and of course invite them to church)

If interested, contact Jim Parkinson at 253-820-4776 or apply to be a mentor at idoc.idaho.gov

Panhandle Health Coronavirus Hotline
  • Panhandle Health Covid-19 Information Hotline number 1-877-415-5225
  • Current Hours: Monday thru Friday: 8 am to 7 pm. Saturday: 9am to 1 pm. If you call after hours, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we are able to.
  • For detailed information, go to website: Panhandle Health Covid-19 Hotline. 
Veterans Crisis Line

Confidential help for Veterans and families

The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll free,
confidential resource that connects Veterans
in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)responders.

Veterans & their loved ones can call
1-800-273-8255 press 1
or chat online at
www.VeteransCrisisLine.net
to receive free confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
even if they are not registered with the department of veterans Affairs or enrolled in VA health care.

For more information about the Veterans Crisis Line, visit www.VeteransCrisisLine.net

For more information about VA's mental health resources, visit www.mentalhealth.va.gov.

Priest River Ministries Advocates For Women

Priest River Ministries Advocates for Women is a faith based, non profit
agency providing free services and support for victims of domestic violence,
sexual assault and human trafficking.

They offer emergency shelter, support groups, advocacy in the courts, paralegal services and many other services. There are three locations, Priest River, Sandpoint and Spirit Lake.

The Priest River and Spirit Lake locations also offer a free clothing store and
pantry with items such as diapers, baby formula and toiletries. Both stores are open Tuesday thru Thursday, 10 am-3 pm for adults only.

For location addresses, hours or more information, visit their website at
PRMAFW.org    or call them at 208-448-2800

They also offer a 24/7 helpline at 208-290-6529