It seems like once the middle of July hits, summer starts to go by even faster. I’m already starting to greet the moon earlier and even though it’s still over 90 degrees out, Target is telling me it’s almost time for back-to-school season. Where has the time gone? There is still a lot of summer to pack in to the upcoming weeks. Art on the Green, Sandpoint Music Festival, and the Wooden Boat Show are still in the horizon.
So for this weekend I set a goal for myself (and for you if you want to join me). I want to soak in every bit of summer I can. Take time to be outside with friends and family, and just enjoy the simple things. Fires, hikes, swimming, floating, sunbathing… whatever it is you want to do just enjoy it and take in every moment. And any moments you capture be sure to share! #SINI or post them directly on the Facebook Page. Before we know it the leaves will change and the weather will turn.
- Max Daniels Trio/Steve Ridler – The Cellar
- Karma’s Circle and Steve Denny – Splash
- Robert Vaughn – Beverly’s
- The Hitmen – Iron Horse
- Ryan Larsen band – The Country Club
- Truck Mills – Seasons
- Tuxedo Junction Big Band – City Park, Sunday (all ages)
- Hayden Farmer’s Market – Saturday
Come check out the largest farmer’s market in Kootenai County! On the corner of Highway 95 and Prairie in Hayden. It ends at 1.
- Muddy Miles – A 2-mile obstacle course mud race. July 20 from 3-6 pm. $8-$11/kids, $26/adult or $90/family, $140/team of five. Kootenai County Fairgrounds, 4056 N. Government Way, Coeur d’Alene. muddymiles.org
- Coeur d’Alene Farmer’s Market – Sunday
Stroll down to 6th St. for some more farmer’s market action. It goes from 10-4.
- Bye Bye Birdie – July 19-28, Fri-Sat at 7 pm, Sun at 2 pm. Shows at 3 pm and 7 pm on July 20. $9-$12. Kroc Center, 1765 W. Golf Course Rd. cytnorthidaho.org (208) 277-5727