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Things to Do around Coeur d’Alene 2-21-2020

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Things to Do Around Coeur d’Alene

You may not believe it, but spring is coming! The signs are all there…the temperature is edging up a little, the sun is coming out a little more often, and you may notice your dog just starting to shed its winter coat. Things to Do around Coeur d’Alene are similarly just starting to take a turn. You’ll start to notice more outdoor events coming, more active events, and more celebrations of spring. High school athletics? Same thing. Our local schools are starting track practice this week, and the basketball players are fighting hard to win their district and state tournaments to wrap up their seasons. But, maybe it’s just us and our wishful thinking. Take a look at this week’s events and you decide – is it really starting to look like spring?

Community Events

February 20 @ Studio 107, Coeur d’Alene
How well do you really know your wine? Understanding key characteristics of each wine varietal helps you identify the wines you like, and why. Start your weekend early and go learn more about some of the most famous varietals in the world, from Merlot to Malbec and everything in between.

February 21 @ Post Falls Public Library
Bring your NERF guns (or borrow one of the library’s) and your friends (or make some there) and battle in the stacks after hours. Geared to ages: 8-12.

February 21 @ NIC Workforce Training Center, Post Falls
Safety Fest is the combined efforts of large/small businesses, industry, non-profit organizations, and municipal agencies that come together to promote safety & health at work, at home and in the community. Safety Fest offers three days of free training and is dedicated to making this region a safe place to work and live. The safety & health classes, demonstrations, and workshops are free to the public to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn these important skills.

February 22 @ Silver Mountain, Kellogg
Load the family on the Post Falls Party Bus to the snow tubing slopes on Silver Mountain! Join the Post Falls Parks and Rec large group for discounted tickets! Outside food is allowed or lunch can be purchased at Silver Mountain. Fee includes transportation to and from Silver Mountain, the gondola ride, snow tube rental and 2-hour tubing session. Pre-registration is required.

February 22-23 @ Greyhound Park & Event Center, Post Falls
Show is open from 9 AM to 6 PM on Saturday and 9 AM to 3 PM on Sunday.

February 22 @ Ace Hardware, Post Falls
This class will give you all the tips and information to successfully start your very own vegetable seeds. The material is geared towards total beginner gardeners and folks with “brown” thumbs instead of “green”. We will cover seed selection, when to start your seeds, the proper starter mix, lighting/heat requirements and caring for seedlings. Class includes seed starting demo and a $10 Ace Gift Card to help you get started.

February 23 @ Post Falls Public Library
Go for a matinee showing of the hilarious classic His Girl Friday (1940). Starring Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant, this screwball comedy will have you in stitches with its lightning-quick dialog and witty one-liners! Cocoa and popcorn will be provided. Rated PG. All ages welcome.

High School Athletics

Lakeland High School
4A Regional Varsity Wrestling Tournament, 9:00am

Lake City High School
Boys Varsity Basketball District Tournament, 6:30pm

Coeur d’Alene High School
No home events.

Post Falls High School
Boys Varsity Basketball, 6:30pm

Boys JV Basketball Regionals, 12:00pm, 2:00pm

To all our local teams competing at Regionals and State this weekend, good luck!

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Desiree Janke

Desiree brings 23 years Real Estate Industry experience to The Bennett Realty Group. She is enjoying a long career in Real Estate, which began with a position at an appraisal group that valued all types of residential real estate in North Idaho. Later she assisted in a commercial real estate office which evolved into an administrative and management role for over a decade at one of the area's largest brokerage firms. Desiree received her Idaho Real Estate license in 2010 and loves to assist buyers and sellers achieve their goal. "I'm always excited to help new buyers and work to ensure their home-buying experience is positive and fulfilling. I take the time to explain every small step along the way and am eager to answer any questions as this will be one of their most important lifetime decisions." Professional Designations: REALTOR®: a real estate professional who is member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. CNE®: Certified Negotiation Expert Desiree has lived in North Idaho the last 30 years, graduated from Coeur d'Alene High School and attended North Idaho College. She, and her husband Jared, enjoy raising their daughter in Coeur d'Alene. Desiree is a wealth of knowledge for anyone looking to learn more about what North Idaho has to offer.