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Summer Sampler 2022Happy Fourth of July Weekend! Kick off your week again with the Panida Pride Festival with movie showings on Monday and Tuesday. Then grab kids and join in on some STEM fun in Clark Fork on Wednesday, or the Pine Street Woods on Thursday. You won't want to miss out on the Summer Sampler down at Farmin Park on Thursday or Pints for Paws at Laughing Dog Brewery on Friday. Live Music is exploding downtown through the week as well. Check out all upcoming events around town, in the Entertainment Calendar»

Entertainment Events:

  • Live Music Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat
  • Panida Pride Festival Mon, Tue
  • Farmers' Market Wed, Sat
  • STEM Wed, Thurs
  • Summer Sampler Thurs
  • M.T. Farmers' Market Thurs
  • Pints for Paws Fri
  • Free First Sat. Sat

       Go to Entertainment Calendar»

    Civic Calendar Highlights:

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    Sandpoint Idaho osprey nest camOspreys, up close. The Memorial Field ospreys have returned after their long and hazardous migration from the south. Now they're building their nest and hatching eggs. See'em at the live nest webcam»

     
     

    Books to explore by. Find detailed guides to our Cabinet and Selkirk Mountains, Lake Pend Oreille, the Ice Age Floods – plus history and local writings, and more. Click to Keokee Books»


    New or notable online. Check these out:

     

    Sandpoint Idaho News

    June 28, 2022

    Will this be Jacey's final race?

    Unless someone else takes the reins

    Anglers cash in on their sport

    Incentive programs pays out

    Eastern Washington prepares  

    For rise in abortion patients

    Planned Parenthood sues Idaho 

    Over 'trigger' abortion ban

     

     

      Click to see more news headlines»

     

    In this week's Sandpoint Reader:

    • The Jan. 6 hearings are reminding us what the truth sounds like
    • CAL supports local students, organizations
    • Cedar Street Bridge merchants facing closures amid 'chaos' spurred by ownership change

    Click to read the flip-page edition»


     

    In other news:

    Updates at Schweitzer

    3 new bike trails

    Summer reading program

    Explore the depths of the ocean

    ITA's Youth Project needs volunteers 

    Youth needed for trail maintenance

    Stand-off ends peacefully 

    On Spring Lane in Clark Fork

    SCOTUS overturns abortion access

    Resources for Idahoan

    Panida hosts Pride-themed films

    Second week of films starts today

     


      Click to see more news headlines»




    Local coronavirus info. Get the latest updates, announcements and resources.
      • Local COVID-19 cases and info»