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Here is what's happening in March!

27 Anime Club. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts an Anime Club every Friday. Anime enthusiasts unite! Anime movie screening and refreshments will kick off the pilot program that will become what the participants make it. For details, contact the library's Teen Programs at 208-263-6930 ext. 1245.

28 Book Sale. Clark Fork Friends of the Library host a used book and media sale from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clark Fork Library, 601 Main St. The book sale is held on the last Saturday of every month.

28 Kootenay Camas Project Presentation. The Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society presents Kootenay Camas Project: Ecology and Distribution of Camas, from 9:45 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at Sandpoint Community Hall. Eva Johansson and Valerie Huff will discuss the Kootenay Camas Project, the ecology and distribution of camas, lessons learned from our citizen science and school projects, and show beautiful pictures.  Free admission, public welcome. Sponsored by the Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society, Sandpoint Parks and Recreation, and the Pend Oreille Chapter of Idaho Master Naturalists. NativePlantSociety.org. 208-627-3292

30-April 3 Critter Camp. Join the Panhandle Animal Shelter for Critter Camp - a week of animal education, hands-on animal fun and animal activities! Camp is held daily from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 30 through April 3 (drop-off begins at 9 a.m.). Critter Camp is for children in grades 1 through 4, and snacks are provided. Enrollment fee is $150 per student; contact sherry@pasidaho.org to enroll.

31 Mother Goose. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts the Mother Goose story/singing program at 10:15 a.m. every Tuesday for children ages 0 to 3 in the Children's Area.

31 Preschool Storytime. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts Preschool Storytime at 11 a.m. for children every Tuesday ages 2 to 5; held in the Children's Area.

31 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting. The Cocolalla Cowboy Church, 4281 Cocolalla Loop Rd. in Cocolalla, hosts the Overeaters Anonymous Meeting from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins, no pressure. For more information, contact Linda G. at 612-599-1096

31 Make It. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts a Make It program every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in rooms 103 and 104. This program for teens/tweens includes Legos, robotics, needlework and other projects.

31 Magic: The Gathering. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts Magic: The Gathering - a strategic card game enthusiast group every Tuesday. 208-263-4263

Here is what's coming up in April!

1 Course in Miracles. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts a study in a spiritual belief system called Course in Miracles, held every Wednesday. Call Karen for details at 208-263-8949.

1 Beginning Gardening 1 Workshop. The Bonner County Gardeners Association presents a Beginning Gardening 1 Workshop, held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Ponderay Events Center, 401 Bonner Mall Way. Get your garden started with this panel of long-time gardeners. This first session will look at planning, choosing your location, preparing the soil, seed selection and starting seeds (both indoors and outside). Part of the BCGA's Spring Home Horticulture Workshop Series. Cost is $10; to learn more, visit BCGardeners.org or call 208-265-2070.

2 Alzheimer's Support Group. Sandpoint Senior Center, 820 Main St., hosts an Alzheimer's Support Group at 1 p.m. Held on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Free respite care available during group session with advance reservations; contact Jan Griffitts for more information at 208-290-1973 or e-mail jan@looptravel.com.

4 iRest At Ease Workshop. Integrative Restoration (iRest) is a deeply relaxing, evidence based, transformative practice that uses a series of 30-40 minute guided visualizations as well as body sensing and breath awareness techniques that lead to psychological, physical and spiritual healing. Research has shown that iRest effectively reduces PTSD, fear, depression, anxiety, insomnia, chemical dependency, chronic and acute pain. The Saturday workshop will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; cost is $90 for first time and $70 for repeating participants. An 8-week class will be offered beginning April 13. Dr. Gabrielle Duebendorfer, naturopathic physician, has been teaching iRest classes since 2013 and can be reached at 265-2213 for registration and location.

4 Fly Tying Group. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts the Fly Tying Group on the first and third Saturdays of every month (through May). Fly tying enthusiasts of varying levels of expertise are welcome; please bring your own supplies.

6 Puppy Class. The Pend Oreille Pet Lodge, 895 Kootenai Cut Off Rd. in Ponderay, hosts a three-week puppy class course on Mondays and Fridays at 6 p.m. for $65. All puppies from the ages of 8 weeks old to 6 months with licensed veterinarian vaccines are welcome to join. Give instructor Lindsey a call at 208-304-2097 or the Pet Lodge at 208-255-7687 for more information.

6-May 25 Coping With Grief Sessions (Application deadline April 1). The Bonner Community Hospice hosts a series of Coping With Grief sessions, held on Mondays from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. April 6 through May 25. Topics include expressing feelings, social support, understanding grief, role changes, stress and coping, and remembered. Held in the Brown House, 520 N. Third St.; free to participants. Deadline to apply is April 1; screening/application required by contacting Benjamin Robertson at 208-265-1179.

7 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting. The Cocolalla Cowboy Church, 4281 Cocolalla Loop Rd. in Cocolalla, hosts the Overeaters Anonymous Meeting from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins, no pressure. For more information, contact Linda G. at 612-599-1096 or e-mail randallinda1@juno.com.

7 Parent Grief Group. Bonner Community Hospice hosts a Parent Grief Group, which meets from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. A free community service of Bonner Community Hospice, the support group is for parents who have experienced the death of a child. Call 208-265-1185 for additional information.

8 Crafternoon. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts a whimsical windchime crafts program from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.

8 Beginning Gardening 2 Workshop. The Bonner County Gardeners Association presents a Beginning Gardening 1 Workshop, held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Ponderay Events Center, 401 Bonner Mall Way. Review seed starting, then cover transplanting, weed and pest control, plus general care and maintenance. Other topics may include protecting plants, container gardening and seed saving. Part of the BCGA's Spring Home Horticulture Workshop Series. Cost is $10; to learn more, visit BCGardeners.org or call 208-265-2070.

9 North Idaho Federated Republican Women Meeting. The North Idaho Federated Republican Women hold a monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. in DiLuna's Cafe, 207 Cedar St. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. For more information, contact Charlene Matheson at 208-265-8773 or visit NIFRW.org.

11 Dementia Support Group. The Bridge Assisted Living, 1123 N. Division St., hosts a monthly Dementia Support Group at 2 p.m. The group will focus on sharing stories of dementia caregivers. Please join us! Group meets the second Saturday of each month.

13 Bonner County Interagency Meeting. The public is invited to attend the Bonner County Interagency Meeting, held from noon to 1 p.m. on the second Monday of every month at the Panhandle Health District Community Room, 1020 Michigan St. Everyone welcome. Details: Bonner County Interagency Facebook Page.

13 iRest At Ease 8-Week Class. Integrative Restoration (iRest) is a deeply relaxing, evidence based, transformative practice that uses a series of 30-40 minute guided visualizations as well as body sensing and breath awareness techniques that lead to psychological, physical and spiritual healing.  Research has shown that iRest effectively reduces PTSD, fear, depression, anxiety, insomnia, chemical dependency, chronic and acute pain. This 8-week class will take place on Mondays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. starting April 13. Dr. Gabrielle Duebendorfer, naturopathic physician, has been teaching iRest classes since 2013 and can be reached at 208-265-2213 for registration and location.

14 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting. The Cocolalla Cowboy Church, 4281 Cocolalla Loop Rd. in Cocolalla, hosts the Overeaters Anonymous Meeting from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins, no pressure. For more information, contact Linda G. at 612-599-1096 or e-mail randallinda1@juno.com.

14 Geezer Forum. All are welcome to attend the Geezer Forum, held from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Tango Cafe, 414 Church St. The Geezer Forum meets twice a month to explore the issues of aging, and is hosted by Paul Graves of Elder Advocates. Free and open to the public. 

14 PAS Meeting. The Annual Meeting of the Panhandle Animal Shelter will be held at the shelter, 870 Kootenai Cut-off Rd., at 5:30 p.m. All are invited to attend, and hear a brief progress report from the executive director and the board of directors. 208-265-7297

15 Growing Potatoes in North Idaho. Ponderay Event Center, 401 Bonner Mall Way in Ponderay, hosts a workshop at 6 p.m. titled Growing Potatoes in North Idaho. Presented by Becky Reynolds, the workshop is part of the Spring Home Horticulture Series sponsored by Bonner County Gardeners Association. Potatoes are one of the easiest and most popular items grown in most vegetable gardens in North Idaho. Find good varieties for this area, plus how to plant, grow, harvest and store your crop. Learn space-saving and unique growing ideas about the veggies that made Idaho famous. Cost is $10; for more information call 208-265-2070 (leave a message), visit BCGardeners.org, or go to the BC Gardeners' Facebook page.

16 Downtown Dialogue. Downtown's BID team hosts a monthly local radio program, the Downtown Dialogue. BID's goal is to create a dialogue of what is happening downtown with businesses! The show airs on 1400AM/KSPT and 1450AM/KBFI at noon on the third Monday of every month, and is hosted by BID manager Kim Queen. 208-263-2161

16 Alzheimer's Support Group. Sandpoint Senior Center, 820 Main St., hosts an Alzheimer's Support Group at 1 p.m. Held on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Free respite care available during group session with advance reservations; contact Jan Griffitts for more information at 208-290-1973 or e-mail jan@looptravel.com.

17 An Evening About Bears. Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge hosts An Evening About Bears at 6:30 p.m. Free and open to the public, come and learn more about bears from Brian Johnson of Idaho Fish and Game. Sponsored by Friends of Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge. Learn more on the KNWR Friends website, or call 208-267-3888.

18 Shake the Sand Out! Sandpoint's Business Improvement District holds the annual Shake the Sand Out downtown clean-up. Volunteers gather at 8:30 a.m. in Jeff Jones Town Square to receive assignments, glove and garbage bags, as well as coffee and pastries to get started! Teams of business owners and community volunteers join forces for a few hours and put the sparkle back into the downtown core and Sand Creek. To volunteer, either as an individual or a team, contact Kim Queen at kim@sandpointchamber.com.

18 Make & Take Workshop. Penny Cosner, LMT, hosts a Make & Take Workshop at 11 a.m. Join in this essential oil make & take class, where you will make three items to take home with you. Cost is $15, and you will make a natural lip balm, mesquito spray and sunscreen. Held at 6:30 p.m. in the Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education, 402 Cedar St.; please register for this class at 946-3692, as space is limited.

18 READY! for Kindergarten Workshops. Registration is open for the Spring 2015 session of READY! for Kindergarten Saturday morning workshops, held April 18. These free early childhood literacy workshops for parents, grandparents and caregivers of babies, toddlers and preschoolers are held three times a year in Sandpoint. Parents learn how to "play with a purpose" with their children to boost the skills needed for success in school. This nationally recognized program provides research-based curriculum as well as free educational toys, games, activities and books. Sponsored by Panhandle Alliance for Education. Register at READYSandpoint.org.

18 Distinguished Young Women 2015 Final Program. Three months of hard work and dedication culminate in this one evening. Come support your Sandpoint DYW participants while they compete for college scholarships. More than $15,000 has been awarded the last two years during this program. Event is held at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) in the Sandpoint Events Center. Purchase tickets through a DYW participant or at the door. 608-937-5256

21 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting. The Cocolalla Cowboy Church, 4281 Cocolalla Loop Rd. in Cocolalla, hosts the Overeaters Anonymous Meeting from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins, no pressure. For more information, contact Linda G. at 612-599-1096 or e-mail randallinda1@juno.com.

21 Parent Grief Group. Bonner Community Hospice hosts a Parent Grief Group, which meets from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. A free community service of Bonner Community Hospice, the support group is for parents who have experienced the death of a child. Call 208-265-1185 for additional information.

22 Boy Scouts Breakfast Fundraiser. The Tango Cafe, 414 Church St., inside Columbia Bank, hosts a Boy Scouts Breakfast Fundraiser at 7 p.m. Guest speaker will be General Dale Stovall, the man who recovered Roger Locher from deep inside North Vietnam in 1972. There is no charge for the meal, but donations are welcomed so please bring your checkbook. The rescue of Roger Locher is an amazing story. Contact Bill at 435-249-1220 or william.justus@gmail.com.

22 Crafternoon. East Bonner County Library, 1407 Cedar St., hosts a whimsical windchime crafts program from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.

25 Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society. The Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society presents The Idaho National Laboratory and Its Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem, from 9:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Sandpoint Community Hall. Roger Blew, ecologist for a Department of Energy contractor at the Idaho National Laboratory, will tell the story of the Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem, which has experienced a 98 percent decline since European settlement in the American West and was listed as critically endangered by the National Biological Service in 1995. Free admission, public welcome. Sponsored by the Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society and Sandpoint Parks and Recreation. For more information, visit NativePlantSociety.org. 208-627-3292

28 Geezer Forum. All are welcome to attend the Geezer Forum, held from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Tango Cafe, 414 Church St. The Geezer Forum meets twice a month to explore the issues of aging, and is hosted by Paul Graves of Elder Advocates. Free and open to the public. 

28 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting. The Cocolalla Cowboy Church, 4281 Cocolalla Loop Rd. in Cocolalla, hosts the Overeaters Anonymous Meeting from noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins, no pressure. For more information, contact Linda G. at 612-599-1096 or e-mail randallinda1@juno.com.

29 Home Orchards. Ponderay Event Center, 401 Bonner Mall Way in Ponderay, hosts a workshop at 6 p.m. titled Home Orchards. Presented by Jim Clements, this workshop is part of the Spring Home Horticulture Series sponsored by Bonner County Gardeners Association. Clements helped us put the orchard to bed last fall; this class will concentrate on spring and summer issues -- location of your orchard site, varieties that do well here, and pruning fruit trees.  Cost is $10; for more information call 208-265-2070 (leave a message), visit BCGardeners.org, or go to the BC Gardeners' Facebook page.

Here is what's coming up in May!

4 Puppy Class. The Pend Oreille Pet Lodge, 895 Kootenai Cut Off Rd. in Ponderay, hosts a three-week puppy class course on Mondays and Fridays at 6 p.m. for $65. All puppies from the ages of 8 weeks old to 6 months with licensed veterinarian vaccines are welcome to join. Give instructor Lindsey a call at 208-304-2097 or the Pet Lodge at 208-255-7687 for more information.

6 Cooking with Spring Greens. Ponderay Event Center, 401 Bonner Mall Way in Ponderay, hosts a workshop at 6 p.m. titled Cooking with Spring Greens. Presented by Vicki Johnson, this workshop is back by popular demand and is part of the Spring Home Horticulture Series sponsored by Bonner County Gardeners Association. Johnson will share many ways to enjoy your early spring garden harvest; eat your greens fresh, juiced, grilled, stir fried, baked or in soups; as always recipes will be tasted and enjoyed in class.  Cost is $10; for more information call 208-265-2070 (leave a message), visit BCGardeners.org, or go to the BC Gardeners' Facebook page.

7 Idaho Gives 2015. Idaho Gives is a special day for philanthropy across Idaho. A day for nonprofits to tell their stories and share the work that enriches communities throughout our state. A day for Idahoans to come together with one voice of support for our nonprofits, big and small. A day for you to find your passion, donate to your favorite causes and share in the excitement! Join in at IdahoGives.org on May 7 to make a contribution to the nonprofit you support. Last year, Idaho Gives raised $782,862 from 7,566 individuals who gave to more than 660 nonprofit causes. How much more can we do together in 2015? Sponsored by the Idaho Nonprofit Center. 208-424-2229

9 North Idaho Veterans Stand Down. The 2015 North Idaho Veterans Stand Down, a day of appreciation for all veterans, takes place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds, 4056 N. Government Way in Coeur d'Alene. The St. Vincent de Paul event is held annually to provide services to homeless and disadvantaged veterans in the five northern counties, and is supported by American Legion Post 143, VFW Post 889, Elks Lodge and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Services from organizations that provide medical, dental, housing, clothing, food assistance, haircuts, massages and bike repair will be available. Plus, a hot meal will be served to all veterans, volunteers and service providers. For more information, call Eric Swanbeck at 208-664-3095, ext. 314.

11 Starting Seeds Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Starting Seeds Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. Gain a solid understanding of seed starting, and in doing so create the best environment for seedlings to thrive; learn what crops should be direct sown and why; review optimal environmental considerations for seed germination; preparation of seed bed; seeding methods, seed depth and seedling care. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

14 North Idaho Federated Republican Women Meeting. The North Idaho Federated Republican Women hold a monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. in DiLuna's Cafe, 207 Cedar St. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. For more information, contact Charlene Matheson at 208-265-8773 or visit NIFRW.org.

16-17 Wilderness First Aid Certification Course. Wilderness First Aid is an introductory level course and is perfect for outdoor adventurers, people who hunt and fish, Scouts and their parents, and anyone who would like to increase their ability to respond to emergencies. During the Longleaf Wilderness Medicine First Aid Certification Course, held from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. for two days, participants will learn how to assess patients, treat common injuries and illness, provide long-term patient care, and decide when to call for more help. Learn strategies for prevention of injuries, as well as hands-on skills. Cost is $175. LongleafMedical.com. 208-274-3596

Here is what's coming up in June!

1 Planning the Garden Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Planning the Garden Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. The group will discuss preparing the soil for planting; direct seeding and transplanting; companion planting; intercropping and crop rotation; record keeping, garden maps and succession planting are all a part of planning for a successful harvest. If you can't make this workshop, check out the Planning the Garden Workshop on CD available for sale on the website! Cost of the workshop is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

6-14 Wilderness First Responder Certification. When you venture miles or days into remote locations you must be prepared to be self sufficient for any medical situations which arise. Longleaf Wilderness Medicine's First Responder Course builds on the fundamental medical training of a Wilderness First Aid course. This course delves into the "why" and "how" behind the injuries and illnesses that happen in the backcountry. The breadth of information and skills gained during the course prepare participants to take on challenging medical conditions in remote locations. Longleaf uses a WFR curriculum developed using evidence-based, field tested research. Our curriculum combined with our instructor's passion for teaching  provides a course which will prepare you to step up as an emergency medical provider. Cost is $625; learn more at LongleafMedical.com or call 208-274-3596.

11 North Idaho Federated Republican Women Meeting. The North Idaho Federated Republican Women hold a monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. in DiLuna's Cafe, 207 Cedar St. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. For more information, contact Charlene Matheson at 208-265-8773 or visit NIFRW.org.

12-14 Kids' Camp: Helping Children Cope with Grief. Bonner General Health Community Hospice hosts a 2-day Kids' Camp to help children cope with grief. Camp is held in Clark Fork, and begins at 2 p.m. Friday, and ends at noon on Sunday. A young person may not realize the feelings that they experience at different times during the grieving process are common, natural and normal. The purpose of camp is for young people to meet other boys and girls their own ages who have experienced death in their families, and also to run, play, laugh and have fun. Camp activities are supervised by trained adults and geared to the age level of campers. Open to children ages 8 to 17 years old; free of charge to youth in Bonner and Boundary counties. For information and an applications, contact Lisa DeFreitas at 208-265-1185.

15 Fertilizing Organically Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Fertilizing Organically Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. Fertile soil is the first step in increasing yields; examine your soil and its needs; learn how to amend your soil and improve its structure; review organic amendments, compost, manures, organic matter and foliar feeding; learn how to take a soil sample. Participants will test soil from their own garden to determine basic NPK and receive a composting chart. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

29 Natural Weed Control Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Natural Weed Control Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. On any organic garden or farm, particularly newly cultivated ground, it is likely that weed control commands a major part of the gardener's time over the course of the season. We will look at using different types of organic mulches and weed prevention strategies used to control unwanted plants. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

Here is what's coming up in July!

13 Natural Pest Management Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Natural Pest Management Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. Learn to assess pro-active control practices, identification, natural pest formulas, trap/catch-cropping and plant-pest relationships for natural pest control. Learn how to make your own insect traps and natural insect sprays. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

27 Harvesting the Bounty Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Harvesting the Bounty Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. Discover techniques for optimum yields for vegetables, herbs, cut flowers and post harvest handling; how to get the most out of your garden harvest. We will also cover post-harvest handling to assure food safety guidelines are met. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

Here is what's coming up in August!

10 Seed Saving Workshop. Greentree Naturals Organic Farm, 2003 Rapid Lightning Rd., hosts a Seed Saving Workshop from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as part of their on-farm summer workshop series with Diane Green. By saving seed from your garden, you can produce plants best suited to your specific site and micro-climate; we will discuss plant selection, hand pollination, seed cleaning and seed storage. Cost is $25; call 208-263-8957 or visit GreentreeNaturals.com.

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