Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005
Sandpoint Magazine

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005

Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine

  • Flat Hat Productions brings fine performances
  • Discover bugs and fish at aquatic education center
  • Sandpoint singer explodes onto country music scene
  • Donna, the Desperate Housewives champ
  • Decking the halls: Just what the doctor ordered
  • Kramer releases Green Bay Packers tapes
  • Leonard Paul Store celebrates 100 years
  • Sea Jet, ahoy: Navy’s test ship on a mission
  • Sanpoint's elite athletes: Conrad and Holland first two homegrown Olympians
  • Ranch puts on horse camp for big kids
  • Beuchner rides the Broncs
  • The loop gets “All American Road” designation
  • Scottish kilts, wailing bag pipes and the beat of drums
  • Long Bridge No. 3 turns 50
  • International Film Festival lights up the town

Events calendar with Hot Picks and Festival at Sandpoint’s stellar lineup

Ed Lucero, world-record kayaker

Real Estate
Featuring specialty building techniques, landscape architecture, new housing projects, real estate transaction sampler and Marketwatch

Dining Guide
Special section with dining reviews on restaurants in the Sandpoint area



Get Out There
10 adventures within an hour* of Sandpoint *or a little longer, if you dawdle

Returning to Shangri-la
One climber writes a brief memoir on adventure climbing in northern Idaho, on a summer spent researching a Keokee guide book to be published in 2007. Including The short list: two notable climbs in the Selkirks

Hidden Lakes
goes under the blade

As the golf course closes for a Jack Nicklaus redesign, golfers explore other area links

In the printed magazine, you’ll also find these features:

Patrick McManus is back
The Sandpoint-born humorist introduces his first novel, The Blight Way

Artists on a different canvas
Locals Gail Lyster, Janene Grende and Betty Jean Billups paint on ceramic tile, silk and wood

Images of Lake Pend Oreille
Photo essay with a stunning selection of the big lake’s many scenic faces

The Kodiak:
On a wing and a prayer
Meet the turbo prop airplane built here and the people behind the scenes at Quest Aircraft

Downtown anchors
Coldwater Creek renovates the historic W.A. Bernd building and moves out of the Cedar Street Bridge, which gets a facelift over the summer and reopens as a public market in the fall

Business in their blood
Part III of series on Sandpoint's business families: Porters, Belwoods, Trubys and Van Dellens.

Family gets
Extreme Makeover home
For a week last fall, ABC’s hit show turned the town upside down, building the Heberts a home

Birding in northern Idaho
The sport of many feathers offers up a lot of opportunity for birders in our region

Open mics galore
The chance to express oneself abounds at local venues

Called by the salmon: Last Page
Artist Eileen Klatt paints collection of extinct fish portraits, a project dubbed A Litany of Salmon

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Summer 2006 Volume 16, No. 2

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