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There are many individuals in Sandpoint who help
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that it is. This month, we caught up with two
notable local women who have been influential
in serving our community. Kathy Chambers and
Christine Denova share about community, giving
back, and the power of hope, love and legacy. Read
their Q&A on page 10. Wishing everyone a very
Merry Christmas, filled with peace, joy and love.
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Kathy Chambers and Christine Denova
are well-known names in the Sandpoint
community. Both have given their time
and energy to making our community a
better place, and each brings joy, compassion and
hope to individuals in our community.
Born and raised a Florida girl, Kathy Chambers
moved to Sandpoint with her husband of now
32 years in 1991. She serves on the board of
Kinderhaven and is the owner/instructor of
Sandpoint Dance Fitness.
Christine Denova, her husband and son came
to Sandpoint from Chicago looking for a small
community where people know and genuinely care
for one another. She is the executive director of Life
Choices Pregnancy Center and volunteers with
Q. Is there a specific memory, story or person that
has greatly influenced who you are today?
Kathy: My parents instilled in me the confidence to
trust my instincts. They provided a life of stability,
love and strong attachments, something Chris and
I worked hard to pass on to our children (Katie,
27, and Buddy, 26). I believe having friends with
different viewpoints on the world is important.
We’d learn so much more if we expanded our
relationships to just beyond those who agree with
us on everything.
Christine: My mother has greatly influenced who
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I am today. Growing up my mother always helped
others. I remember waking up several mornings
seeing strange women sleeping on our couch
because my mom was helping them get sober from
alcohol. My mom never turned away anyone in
need. She taught me that everyone has value and
deserves respect, love and kindness, no matter
what they have done or where they have come
from. Her compassion for people rubbed off on me,
motivating me to live life serving others.
Q. What makes our town such a special, unique
place to live?
Kathy: I have loved Sandpoint since the day I
arrived. Small towns provide strong community
bonds that many people yearn for. Those bonds
only remain healthy by the actions taken by its
members, and proud Sandpoint citizens obviously
care deeply; just look at the number of nonprofits
that are registered here and supported by locals
(over 250). People are quick to help, wave hello or
attend a fundraiser for a cause they believe in. The
outstanding natural beauty and outdoor adventure
opportunities are a big plus!
Christine: Sandpoint is like Mayberry to me. A
slow-paced community of compassion where
everyone believes the best about everyone else. One
example I can give was 14 years ago when we moved
here, we went to the Bonner Mall Cinema and tried
to pay with our debit card. They were not accepting
credit or debit cards at the time but told us that
we could see the movie and get our popcorn and
just come back later to pay. We were in shock. That
would have never happened in Chicago. We knew
then that we were in the right place.
Q. What has been the most rewarding and exciting
part of the work you do?
Kathy: Kinderhaven is my heart. I joined the
Board in 2009 and have been Chair going on five
years now. My dear friend Marsha Ogilvie created
Kinderhaven when she learned that when our
local children were taken from their homes due to
abuse and neglect, many were separated from their
siblings, sent out of town or even housed in juvenile
detention due to lack of foster homes in Bonner
County. I am incredibly proud of where we are
today, able to care for 16 children, keeping siblings
intact and working to heal these children with a therapeutic approach from the
moment they enter our home.
While we may not see into the future the fruits of our labor in changing these
children’s lives, we know that by planting seeds
of loving and healthy bonds we are making our
world a better place. Our Tour of Trees (formerly
Festival of Trees) December 9 through 12 is our
only fundraiser, and we feel confident that our
community will support its local children like
they have every year since 1996.
Christine: I have witnessed the miracles of God
through the work of [Life Choices] supporters,
staff and volunteers over the past six years, and
it is truly an honor to be a part of a ministry that
loves people where they are while encouraging
them through their challenges.
I must say that we get to see how the
unconditional love of Jesus Christ transforms
lives. We literally get to see God’s miracles
daily. When men and women come to us they
are scared, confused, upset, guilt-ridden and
feeling trapped by their circumstances. We get
to watch as they become courageous, peaceful,
empowered and free. What a gift! Women and
men have an instinctive desire to love, protect
and nurture their children. The circumstances of their lives fight against their
desires, and all they need is a little education, assistance and a caring friend who
will walk alongside them. Equipped with these elements, they are empowered
to make healthy, life-giving choices.
Q. What has been a piece of advice or experience that you’ve carried with
you and that has impacted your life for the better?
“We are all on some sort of path,
and sometimes that divides us,
but I believe we all want a similar
outcome. Everyone has a story, and
listening is the only way we will ever
- Kathy Chambers
“While we may not see into the
future the fruits of our labor in
changing these children’s lives,
we know that by planting seeds of
loving and healthy bonds we are
making our world a better place.”
- Christine Denova
Kathy: I believe that YOU are the most important person in your life. So many
times we give ourselves away to people in unhealthy ways without realizing it.
Taking care of yourself is an act of love, and that strengthens you to better care
for others. Keep that tank filled and know when it needs attention. Your mind
will lie to you all the time, but the body keeps score
and never will. Listen to it!
So much talk and so little real action is the theme
these days. If you complain but aren’t willing to
roll up your sleeves and dig in, I have no time or
energy for you. We are all on some sort of path, and
sometimes that divides us, but I believe we all want a
similar outcome. Everyone has a story, and listening
is the only way we will ever invoke progress. That is
something I want to improve in myself and in my
Christine: My life was very difficult growing up.
I grew up in a poor, single-parent home with lots
of dysfunction and heartache. Over the years I
watched each of my parents persevere in their
desire to become better people. This was fueled by
their faith. They modeled determination and faith,
and because of those two things my life, today is
drastically different from my childhood.
My relationship with Jesus has taught me that I am
deeply loved and has motivated me to be a person
who loves well. I have recognized that my circumstances don’t dictate who I am,
my value or my capabilities. I have realized that the most important thing is not
how much money I make/have, or how popular I am, or what degree I hold. The
most important thing in life is to love well and be loved. The choices we make
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will always make the right choice.
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Get Ready to Hit
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE
SCHWEITZER SKI SEASON
BY ABIGAIL THORPE
Snow flurries and icy temperatures have most of us in Sandpoint
thinking about one thing: ski season at Schweitzer. Fall is over,
the holidays are upon us, and we’re all getting our skis and
boards adjusted for the coming season. After all, winter in Sandpoint
is just as fun as summer—it’s the town for all seasons.
Earlier this year, when the slopes closed down a bit early due to
the pandemic, we were forced to store our gear after a shorter than
expected season, but this season promises to make up for it. Snow
started flying as early as October, paving the way for a great mountain
“The long range forecast is calling for La Niña this winter, which
means lots of snow and cold weather—perfect in our book! The last
major La Niña for us was in 2010/11; we finished that season with 171
inches of snow still on the summit! Let’s hope that’s the case this year
so we can just enjoy the mountain and our favorite winter pastimes in
the best conditions possible,” says Dig Chrismer, marketing manager
for Schweitzer Mountain Resort.
Things may be a bit different this year thanks to COVID-19, but the
slopes are open and lifts are running, and for many of us in Sandpoint,
that’s the most you can ask for during the winter months. As you’re
prepping to hit the slopes, there are a few changes this year to keep
Schweitzer wants to provide a safe and healthy season for everyone
heading up the mountain, and to that end, they’re following federal,
state and local regulations and guidelines, including limiting the
number of people on the mountain each day. Season pass holders
are set to go, as of the time of print Schweitzer expects to be able to
accommodate pass holders each day and has carefully crunched the
numbers to determine how many to reasonably expect each day.
But limited mountain capacity means you won’t just be able to walk
up and buy a day pass on the mountain this year, or purchase a multiticket
lift pack you can use at any time during the season. The key to
making this a successful ski season is to plan in advance. If you don’t
have a season pass, purchase your tickets ahead of time online. You’ll
be able to see what dates are available, and even if it’s a last-minute
decision, you won’t head up the mountain only to find out you can’t
hit the slopes.
Even if you’re renting gear, you’ll need to purchase a ticket ahead of
time online, as you won’t be able to purchase a lift ticket with your
rentals. If you plan to stay on the mountain, book directly with
Schweitzer at one of the hotel-style accommodations or condos, and
you’ll have guaranteed access to lift tickets during your stay.
“We had a very busy summer, and we believe that will be the case
again for the winter season,” explains Chrismer. “People just want
to get outside and enjoy themselves. We’ve all been living through
very unusual times with lots of anxiety and stress. Getting back to our
‘normal’ winter activities is good for our mental and physical health,
and we welcome that as long as we all keep in mind to be flexible and
work together to keep skiing and riding.”
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In addition to limiting capacity on the mountain, Schweitzer has
other protocols in place. Face coverings are required in all indoor
spaces, there will be limited capacity in all of the restaurants, and
guests are asked to maintain social distancing.
If you’ve gotten in the habit of leaving your bags or things inside the
lodge while you head up the mountain, plan a different approach this
year. If you have a dedicated locker, limit your time inside. This goes
for restrooms as well. The name of the game is to get in and get out so
other people can have space to do what they need as well. After all, the
entire point is to get up on the mountain.
“We are trying to be as creative as we can be this year and to help with
overcrowding in the day lodge, even having food trucks serving lunch
options from the Gateway parking lot,” adds Chrismer. “Should be a
fun way for people to ski-in/ski-out to their meal!” The mountain also
plans to have some fun outdoor festivities when weather permits, like
barbecues, fire pits, a snow bar and live music.
Indoors, there are more grab-n-go items at the Lakeview Lodge,
and contactless service whenever possible. Taps has removed its age
restriction, so there is more room for people dining or drinking in to
spread out and maintain good distancing.
For anyone who’s been at Schweitzer, you know parking can be a bit
of an issue, even in a normal year. SPOT will still be offering shuttle
services from the Red Barn, and they have protocols in place to help
protect riders. Those planning to overnight in the parking lot with
an RV will need to head to the fire station lots in order to maximize
space in the Gateway Lot.
The SnowSports School, KinderKamp Day Care and lessons are
operating under a four-stage approach. Green means operations are
normal; yellow there are limited lessons and group sizes; orange you
can expect private lessons only; and red means no lessons, and day
care only with limited numbers.
When it comes to getting up the mountain, there will be social
distancing measures in place at the lifts as well. Remember to
maintain a six-foot distance, and if you’re with your family or a group,
you can load together, otherwise, only two people will be allowed per
Despite the changes, Schweitzer expects a fun, busy and snowy
year, full of downhill adventure and excitement. The biggest thing
to remember is to be patient and respect others as you head up to
experience the mountain. Things may take longer, but everyone’s
working together to make sure this year can continue despite the
“Be flexible. Things are changing constantly with COVID, so we ask
that everyone really does their part to help mitigate the spread so we
can all keep skiing and riding this winter. Be kind. Be compassionate.
Have patience,” reminds Chrismer.
Tickets are currently on sale, so head online and grab yours in advance
for those days you know you want to hit the slopes. And like Chrismer
says, protocols are constantly changing with the unexpected nature of
the pandemic. Don’t forget to check ahead before you head up, come
up with a plan to keep out of the indoor spaces as much as possible
(like putting your gear and boots on ahead of time, and leaving your
extra clothing and shoes in the car), and look out for those around
you. After all, we’re all in this together.
“BE FLEXIBLE. THINGS ARE CHANGING CONSTANTLY
WITH COVID, SO WE ASK THAT EVERYONE REALLY
DOES THEIR PART TO HELP MITIGATE THE SPREAD SO
WE CAN ALL KEEP SKIING AND RIDING THIS WINTER.
BE KIND. BE COMPASSIONATE. HAVE PATIENCE.”
Cheers to another Schweitzer ski season. May it be one to remember!
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GIRLS NIGHT OUT
Grab your girlfriends, sisters, mothers, daughters and head to downtown Sandpoint on
Friday, December 4, where stores will be staying open late and offering deals, specials, prizes,
appetizers and music. A “Shopping Passport” encourages ladies to visit a number of different
stores and get a “stamp” on their passports. At the end of the evening, shoppers are invited
to head to Taysty’s Wine Bar at Cedar Street Bridge from 7 to 9pm for an after party, where
they’ll be giving away around $1,000 worth of prizes. You may even see Santa Claus walking
around, affording the ladies a chance to get a photo with the man in red. For additional
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TOUR OF TREES
Kinderhaven’s annual Festival of Trees looks a bit different this year, but they will once
again be raising funds for the important work they do during their 2020 Tour of Trees.
Kinderhaven’s Tour of Trees includes bidding on a variety of fantastic Christmas trees online,
with bidding beginning on December 9. Bids can also be placed for tabletop trees, gift
baskets and wreaths starting December. 6. Online bidding for all items will end December
12. The trees will be displayed at various local business locations, where the public can view
them on December12. This is Kinderhaven’s major fundraiser for the year, so get bidding to
show your support! To find out more, visit KinderhavenSandpoint.org.
SLACKERS NIGHT OUT
For those last-minute male shoppers here in Sandpoint, the Downtown Shopping District
will be hosting a fun shopping opportunity for all of those men out there who still have some
holiday shopping to get done. On Friday, December 18, just a week before Christmas, this
men’s shopping event returns to downtown Sandpoint. The event will feature last-minute
shopping deals and some fun activities and specials. Let our downtown businesses help you
find those perfect gifts! Visit DowntownSandpoint.com for additional information.
*Please note, as of press time, these events were still scheduled to take place as planned. Due to the
current health crisis, there is the possibility that event schedules may change or events canceled
completely. Be sure to visit event websites to stay up to date with current information.
SUBMIT YOUR EVENT ONLINE!
Want your event to appear on the largest event site in the Northwest? Submit your
events to us online at Events.DirectoryNorthwest.com 24/7, 365 days a year!
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Around here, we take care of our own, help out our
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Together we're building a healthier community.
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December: Sandpoint fun fact
DID YOU KNOW?
Every year after Thanksgiving, we grab our gear and
get ready to hit the mountain. For anyone who lives in
Sandpoint, Schweitzer Mountain is an epic part of your
lifestyle during both the summer and winter months.
But did you know how our favorite local ski resort got its name?
as Schweitzer, which means “Swiss man” in German. To this
day, you can see evidence of the mountain’s Swiss legacy in
the old architecture of many mountain chalets, as well as old
Schweitzer signs hanging inside the mountain pub, Pucci’s.
Long before the first chairlifts hit the slopes, over a century
ago, local legend tells of a hermit taking shelter at the bottom
of the basin. The man was believed to be Swiss, having
served in the Swiss military. Soon after,
locals began to refer to the
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WORLD - CLASS REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL
Residential Average and Median Prices
Selkirk Association of REALTORS® | Jan 2019 - Nov 2020
Our Real Estate Market
is Constantly Changing!
Jan - 19 Jun - 19 Nov - 19 Apr - 20 Sep - 20
*Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
What’s important remains the same. God, Family and Relationships.
Jackie Suarez, Associate Broker
Honored to help multiple generations with their real estate needs since 2000.
Sandpoint’s Finest Realtor
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SANDCREEK LOFTS THE IDAHO CLUB DOVER BAY
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Twin Cedars Camping & Vacation Rentals 208.920.1910 TwinCedarsSandpoint.com
MOTELS, HOTELS & LODGES
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Best Western Kootenai River Inn Casino & Spa 888.875.8259 208.267.8511 KootenaiRiverInn.com
Best Western Plus Ponderay 800.780.7234 208.255.4500 BestWestern.com
Fairbridge Inn & Suites 208.263.2210 FairbridgeSandpoint.com
Hotel Ruby Sandpoint/Ponderay 208.263.5383 HotelRubyPonderay.com
K2 Inn 208.265.5896 K2InnSandpoint.com
La Quinta Inn & Suites 800.753.3757 208.263.9581 LaQuintaSandpoint.com
Lodge at Sandpoint 208.263.2211 LodgeAtSandpoint.com
Outdoors Inn 888.848.1987 OutdoorsInn.com
CABINS, GUEST RANCHES & BED & BREAKFASTS
North Idaho Bed & Breakfast Association
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Farragut State Park
Round Lake Campground
Sam Owen Campground
Springy Point Campground
Bonner County Fairgrounds RV Park
Sandpoint RV Park
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ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR
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The Idaho Club 208.265.2345 TheIdahoClub.com 500
La Quinta Inn & Suites
Lake Pend Orielle Cruises
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Schweitzer Mountain Resort 208.263.9555 ext. 2820 Schweitzer.com
Silverwood Theme Park, Boulder Beach Water Park 208.683.3400 SilverwoodThemePark.com
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THE IDAHO CLUB
SUMMER ADVENTURES ART / MUSIC EVENTS
Arts & Crafts Fair 208.263.6139 ArtinSandpoint.org/arts-crafts-fair
Art Walk 208.263.6139 ArtinSandpoint.org/artwalk
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Sandpoint SummerFest 208.263.2217 Eureka-Institute.org/sandpoint-summerfest.html
AMUSEMENT PARKS / WATER PARKS
Weekend art fair in the streets of downtown.
Art walking tour featuring local artists and businesses.
Internationally renowned summer concert series.
Weekend music, arts and culture festival.
Silverwood Theme Park (Boulder Beach) 208.683.3400 SilverwoodThemePark.com
WATER RECREATION / RENTALS / MARINAS
Western theme park offering low to high intensity roller coasters and water rides.
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Water sport lessons; boat, Jet Ski, paddleboard and kayak rentals.
Bottle Bay Resort & Marina 208.263.5916 BottleBayResort.com Boat moorage, vacation rentals and restaurant on beautiful Bottle Bay.
Dover Bay Resort 208.265.1597 DoverBayIdaho.com Seasonal moorage, gas, dock and boat launch with restaurant on the Pend Oreille River.
Sandpoint Marina 208.263.3083 SandpointWaterfront.com Downtown access to moorage, gas and dock, walkable to downtown stores.
Sandpoint Watercraft Rentals 208.265.9672 SandpointWaterCraftRentals.com
Power boat, kayak, paddleboard and water toy rentals.
Sandpoint Watersports 208.920.9292 SandpointWatersports.com
Ski boat, pontoon boat and Waverunner rentals in Dover Bay Resort.
Work2Play Rentals 208.263.5128 SandpointBoatandRVRentals.com
Marine, powersports, RV and off-road rentals.
The Idaho Club 208.265.2345 TheIdahoClub.com 18-hole championship Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course with epic views.
Sandpoint Elks Golf Course 208.263.4321 9-hole community golf course along the shores of the lake.
Farragut State Park 208.683.2425 ParksandRecreation.Idaho.gov/parks/farragut 4,000-acre lakeside park with camping, lake activities and hiking.
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Pine Street Woods 208.263.9471 KaniksuLandTrust.org/pine-street-woods Community forest for hiking, biking and walking.
Priest Lake State Park 208.443.2200 ParksandRecreation.Idaho.gov/parks/priest-lake
Camping, boating and hiking on pristine northern lake.
Round Lake State Park 208.263.3489 ParksandRecreation.Idaho.gov/parks/round-lake Small scenic lake with camping and trails for hiking and biking.
Schweitzer Mountain Resort 208.263.9555 Schweitzer.com Ski resort with biking, hiking, village activities, restaurant, zipline and more.
Western Pleasure Guest Ranch 208.263.9066 WesternPleasureRanch.com Dude ranch offering horseback rides, ranch adventures and overnight stays.
TOURS / CHARTERS
Geo Heli Sandpoint Helicopter Charters 509.795.1311 GeoHeliSpokane.com Helicopter tours of Sandpoint and surrounding areas.
Go Fish! Charters 208.597.5020 GoFishCharters.org Fishing and fly fishing charters on Lake Pend Oreille and the Clark Fork River.
Lake Pend Oreille Cruises 208.255.5253 LakePendOreilleCruises.com Daily afternoon and evening cruises to learn the history and enjoy the views.
Sandpoint Seaplane Service 208.290.3257 Sandpoint.com/seaplane
Flight tours over Lake Pend Oreille and surrounding countryside.
Feelin’ Groovy Tours 833.247.6689 FeelinGroovy.tours Tours of local attractions and destinations in vintage VW bus.
NORDIC SKIING / SNOWSHOEING
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Schweitzer Mountain Resort 208.263.9555 Schweitzer.com 2,900 acres of world-class terrain and renowned tree skiing.
Farragut State Park 208.683.2425 ParksandRecreation.Idaho.gov/parks/farragut Acres of trails to ski or snowshoe on Lake Pend Oreille.
Pine Street Woods 208.263.9471 KaniksuLandTrust.org/pine-street-woods 180 acres in nature for nordic skiing or snowshoeing.
Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education (SOLE) 928.351.7653 SoleExperiences.org Nonprofit facilitating outdoor experiences and education.
Western Pleasure Guest Ranch 208.263.9066 WesternPleasureRanch.com Winter sleigh rides and dinners.
YEAR-ROUND ADVENTURES TOP 15 THINGS TO DO IN SANDPOINT
VISIT MUSEUM AT THE BRIG
Explore the unique WWII naval history of Farragut
State Park. VisitIdaho.org/things-to-do/museums/
TAKE A BREWERY TOUR
Sandpoint is home to four great breweries. Bike to each, or
take a walking tour: Matchood Brewing Co., Utara Brewing
Co., MickDuff’s Brewing Co., Laughing Dog Brewing.
DRIVE THE INTERNATIONAL SELKIRK LOOP
Explore all or part of the 280-mile multi-national
scenic loop through the Selkirk Mountain range.
CATCH A SHOW AT THE PANIDA THEATER
Stop in the historic theater for an independent
feature or short film. Panida.org
SHOP THE SANDPOINT SHOPPING DISTRICT
Explore the many unique shops in charming
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ENJOY A LIVE SHOW AT THE HIVE
Catch a show at Sandpoint’s famed downtown
music venue. LiveFromtheHive.com
RELAX WITH A SPA DAY
Visit the Wildflower Spa at Seasons Resort or
Highlands North Day Spa for a day of rejuvenation.
TheWildflowerDaySpa.com | HighlandsNorthDaySpa.com
GRAB A LOCAL COFFEE
Stop by Sandpoint’s famous Evans Brothers
Coffee in the historic Granary Arts District.
SPEND A DAY AT CITY BEACH
Enjoy fun in the sun at the sandy, grassy downtown
public beach on the lake. SandpointIdaho.gov
VISIT SCHWEITZER MOUNTAIN
Explore the village dining and shopping and enjoy the
adventures in summer and winter. Schweitzer.com
STOP BY THE LIBRARY
Explore the beautiful, expansive local library,
which includes many quiet places to sit and read.
EXPLORE LOCAL GALLERIES
Walk the downtown and stop in at several local
galleries to enjoy local and regional art.
STOP IN CEDAR STREET BRIDGE
Explore various shops and restaurants in
the downtown bridge spanning Sand Creek.
DO A TASTING AT THE LOCAL WINERY
Enjoy local sips from Pend d’Oreille Winery.
DRIVE THE PEND OREILLE SCENIC BYWAY
Experience some of North Idaho’s most scenic views
along this 33.4-mile drive. VisitIdaho.org/things-todo/scenic-byways-backcountry-drives/pend-oreillescenic-byway
for your continued support throughout
this very challenging year. We appreciate your business
and look forward to serving you in 2021.
Our clients serve as inspiration to do our very best. We are committed to bringing you the products and services
you need while providing advice and guidance so you can make the best choices for you and your family.
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OUR CARS ARE A PART OF THE
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TRINITY AT CITY BEACH SWEET LOU’S FORTY ONE SOUTH
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Pend d’Oreille Winery
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