February 2021 Go Sandpoint

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February 2021 Go Sandpoint

FEBRUARY 2021

MAGAZINE

inside!

pg.

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Q&A WITH:

JUSTIN DICK

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Beat the Winter Blues

Your local guide on where

to stay, what to do, seasonal

activities and more

Top 10 things to do in

Sandpoint, Idaho

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SANDPOINT’S HOME

LOAN EXPERT

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VP of Mortgage Lending

+ I have lived in North Idaho since 2007.

+ I have been doing mortgages for 20 years

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+ My family means the world to me, and I am

fortunate enough to provide for them while

helping other families with one of the

biggest purchases of their lives.

+ My strength is developing long-term

relationships with my clients and with agents,

and those relationships are the cornerstone

of my business.

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CONTENTS

08

FINANCIAL FOCUS

How to respond when risk tolerance is tested

10

Q&A: JUSTIN DICK

Restaurateur, family man and avid sneaker collector

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BEAT THE WINTER BLUES

Stay healthy, upbeat and positive despite the grey gloom

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Calendar of great local events, arts and entertainment

20 FUN FACT

Sandpoint gets presidential

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LOCAL GUIDE

22 Places to Stay

22 Real Estate

24 Venues

24 Health & Beauty

24-26 Things To Do

26 Top 10 Things To Do

LOCAL EATS

Your local guide to the tastiest hot spots around town

CITY MAP

Get to know the places within Sandpoint’s city limits

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ABOUT THE COVER

Meet the man with the largest sneaker

collection in town. Justin Dick is the

face behind some of Sandpoint’s most

beloved restaurants, but he’s also a

loving husband, committed father and

the new president of the Bonner General

Health Foundation Board. Next time

you’re in Trinity at City Beach, stop by,

say hello, and shoot a glance at his

footwear.

FEBRUARY 2021

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Q&A WITH:

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RETRACTION

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We at Like Media would like to recognize concerns regarding an

ad that was published in our January 2021 issues of Go Sandpoint

Magazine and Sandpoint Living Local. The ad in question, which

was submitted and printed for publication prior to the events on

January 6, was not intended by either the client or Like Media to

incite fear or violence. Our mission is to impact the communities

we serve in a positive way, and we will continue to work diligently

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Before you change your investment strategy, it’s

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Because market fluctuations are a normal part of

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• Look past the immediate event. While the

market’s pandemic-driven fall was sudden, its

recovery was also fairly quick. Eight months after

its March meltdown, the market had regained all

the lost ground and reached a new record high.

• Understand that the Dow isn’t your portfolio.

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the

other major market indexes such as the S&P 500

fall precipitously (or shoot up), it makes headlines.

But the Dow and the S&P 500 only track the

performance of large U.S. companies—and while

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U.S. economy, they aren’t going to track the results

of your portfolio, which should ideally include a

personalized mix of large-company stocks, smallcompany

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or extreme despondency when the market falls,

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we may buy when we feel good (when the markets

are up) and sell when we feel badly (when markets

are down). Your heart and your emotions may

drive your financial goals—creating a comfortable

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Your risk tolerance is a key part of your investment

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“2020 fulfilled my

dream job of being a

stay-at-home dad. It

was the most amazing

experience to spend

as much time with my

wife and kids. I got

to catch up on over

a decade of missed

time.”


Justin Dick started coming to Sandpoint

from Denver when he was a boy, when

they’d eat at Ivano’s and Thai Bangkok and

work out at the Sandpoint West Athletic

Club. As a grown man, he and his wife started

asking the same question most of us did: “How

do I move here?” He and his wife quit their

jobs and moved to Sandpoint in 2006. Today,

you will often find Justin at one of his two

restaurants: Trinity at City Beach or Jalapenos,

spending time with his family, or serving the

community through Rotary or as president of

the Bonner General Health Foundation Board.

Q. How did you get into the restaurant industry?

A. My mother’s side of the family owned a

restaurant in a three-story motel in a tiny little

farming community of Canistota, South Dakota,

population 100. I had so many great times

there. The customers and staff used to chase me

around and buy me comics and candy. When my

folks moved up to Sandpoint, it was the perfect

opportunity to open a restaurant of her own,

and my mother started Cafe Trinity on 1st Street

next to Starbucks and Ground Zero skate and

snowboard shop.

She quickly went from one employee to 30 in a

matter of months, which sparked the conversation

of my wife Shaunavee and I moving to Sandpoint.

I bought the restaurant in 2009 and was able to

move it to the Edgewater Best Western, as we

never had enough space at the 1st Street location.

We’re going on 12 years in this location.

Q. As part of the leadership for the Bonner

General Health Foundation, how are you

passionate about its role in our community?

A. I am the president of the Bonner General Health

Foundation Board as of January 1, 2021, and have

been a foundation trustee for the past four years.

Bonner General Health has been so influential in

my family’s lives that I’m honored to be a small

part of giving back to our hometown hospital.

Both our children were born there, several trips

to the ER over the years, and the diagnosis of my

son’s Type 1 Diabetes. BGH has always been there

for us, but more importantly, for this community.

A rural hospital is a cornerstone of every small

community, and we are blessed to have such

wonderful access to Bonner General Health.

Q. What is most rewarding about being a

restaurateur here in Sandpoint?

A. Hanging out with the customers and the staff

are among the top reasons I love this work. I’m a

social butterfly, and especially now with COVID,

it’s about the only time I get human interaction

outside of my family. You have to be an owneroperator.

Your customers expect to see you. The

dream of hiring someone to run the place while

you’re off galavanting around collecting cash went

out the window my first month of the business.

And I love it like that!

Q. For you, what is the most important takeaway

and/or goal when it comes to work, family and

life?

A. The world will go on without you and your

business. And that’s fine. I can always find another

job. What matters most are your family and the

wonderful friends and relationships you have

forged. I long dearly to go back to hanging out

with some of my favorite friends. My circle has

always been small, so it really makes me sad to

have had so little personal contact with them.

Family wise, 2020 fulfilled my dream job of being

a stay-at-home dad. It was the most amazing

experience to spend as much time with my wife

and kids. I got to catch up on over a decade of

missed time. My challenge for the rest of my life

will be how to better balance my family as the

main priority from my work and nonprofit lives.

Q. What is most important to you outside of

work, and what do you enjoy doing with your

free time?

A. Family first and everything else second. Now,

with that said, my family gets to deal with all

the weird stuff I do in my free time! I have been

collecting sneakers since I got my first pair of

Fire Red Jordan 4s in 1989 for Christmas. I have

curated a collection of all of my favorites from

1989 to present that includes upwards of 300

pairs. As of a year or two ago, I obtained the last

of my grail pairs and have basically finished my

collection. I still track down two to three pairs per

month, but I have finally come to the point where

I don’t feel incomplete without them. It’s nostalgic

for me. It reminds me of great times playing

basketball and football, my elementary through

college career, and many good times I had while

wearing them.

I’m an avid runner as of the last five years thanks

to my wife Shaunavee, who ran the New York,

Chicago and Boston marathons and many other

races across the U.S. I never thought in a million

years I would run for fun, but I love it. It’s an

amazing feeling that doesn’t often get replicated.

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STAY HEALTHY, UPBEAT AND POSITIVE

DESPITE THE GREY GLOOM

BY ABIGAIL THORPE

Every year as February settles firmly around us and we wait

for yet another two or three months of winter to end, it’s

not unusual to start feeling the affects of the cold and grey

that surround us. The holidays are over, the thrill of the

first snow has long passed, and our skin longs for some warmth and

the vitamin D of the summer months.

Though it may sound funny, the “winter blues” is a condition

that affects many adults in the U.S., especially those in northern

climates. And given that here in Sandpoint we’re just an hour or so

from the Canadian border, the seasonal effects are real. Seasonal

affective disorder is a mood disorder subset that explains symptoms

of depression during certain times of the year, particularly winter.

And while only around 6 percent of Americans suffer from SAD,

many more experience some version of the winter blues.

But despite the cold and grey, there are several ways we can help

fight off the doldrums and beat the winter blues. Particularly in this

beautiful outdoor paradise we call home, there is much opportunity

to lift our spirits, even if the temperatures remain freezing. Getting

outside, pursuing a hobby, connecting with friends and family, and

incorporating a healthy lifestyle can all help keep our spirits high

and our mental health in check.

Get outside! This one’s not just coming from us. Studies have

shown that even a limited amount of exercise each day can help

boost spirits and prevent depression. A study from Harvard Health

explains that low-intensity exercise sustained over time helps

release neurotrophic proteins, or growth factors, that spur the

growth of nerve cells and improve brain functions.

Exercise supports growth of cells in the hippocampus—the area of

the brain responsible for regulating mood—which in turn makes

you happier. Just 15 minutes a day of high-intensity exercise like

running, or an hour of low-intensity exercise like walking or

household chores can have a significant effect on your mood. Plus,

exercise can help you sleep better, which in turn affects your mood

and productivity.

But while just getting off the couch can help, getting outside is

even better. It may be cold, but lucky for us Sandpoint is made for

outdoor activity all winter long, and opportunities abound. Bundle

up and hit the slopes, the trails or backcountry for some fresh air

that will make you feel so much better.

“Being able to sneak in a snowshoe or a ski before work, or go up

and take a few laps on a powder day before work, makes Sandpoint

so special,” says Jenny Curtos of Outdoor Experience downtown.

“Having that accessibility is definitely what keeps me going

throughout the winter.”

If you don’t have a ski pass to Schweitzer but still want to enjoy

some winter sports, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are a

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great way to get outside. Pine Street Woods and multiple

trails throughout the community provide plenty of space

to explore, and you can even rent gear from places like

Outdoor Experience for the day. A full rental kit for either

snowshoeing or cross-country skiing is only $25 for 24

hours, and Pine Street Woods offers rentals and a variety of

programs for experienced skiers or beginners.

“Snowshoeing is a great place to start,” adds Curtos. “You

can hike in the winter too, but sometimes the trails can be

icy or snowy, and snowshoes are a great all-encompassing

way to be prepared for those situations.”

After some trial runs with rental gear, if you decide you love

it, entry-level snowshoes are fairly affordable at around $150

for a set. It might just be a new hobby you take up year after

year. Speaking of hobbies …

Discover your own hobby! In summertime it’s easy to

keep busy out on the water and enjoying all of the warmweather

activities that abound, but if you’re not an avid skier

or snowboarder, there are other things to keep you busy

during the winter months. Whether it’s painting, writing,

snowshoeing or collecting music, a hobby is a great way to

stay content and busy during the colder months, which seem

to drag on this time of year.

You may already have a hobby or activity you gravitate

toward. If so, great! Take the extra time you have in the day

to explore those even more. But if you don’t have a hobby,

this could be the perfect time to find one! Maybe you’ve been

wanting to learn an instrument, or you’d like to start reading

more—whatever it may be, your mind, mood and family will

thank you.

Find ways to connect. During the winter it’s easy to snuggle

up and stay cocooned inside by yourself, but even more so this

year because of COVID, it’s often easy to feel disconnected

from others. Connection is vital for your mental health and

happiness, even during a health crisis.

There are many opportunities to connect while respecting

others’ and your own health, so make a point to find ways

that work for you. If going out for lunch, dinner or a coffee

isn’t an option for you, pick up the phone and call your

friends and family, or schedule a Zoom or Facetime drink

date to catch up.

Nonprofits and other organizations that help those in need

are still out helping people in whatever ways they can, and

they need volunteers now more than ever. Take some extra

time in your week or month to volunteer. You’ll feel better

and have an opportunity to give back to the community.

Volunteering helps create a sense of purpose and reminds us

of the many blessings we have, putting things in perspective.

As it turns out, helping others helps us too by reducing

feelings of depression or loneliness. As the saying goes, “We

cannot feel thankful and unhappy at the same time.”

Change your lifestyle. Our surroundings, what we eat and

how we spend our time all have a huge impact on our mental

health and mood. January, February and March are wellknown

for their lack of sunshine in these parts, and the loss

does have an effect on our mood.

GETTING OUTSIDE, PURSUING A HOBBY,

CONNECTING WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY,

AND INCORPORATING A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

CAN ALL HELP KEEP OUR SPIRITS HIGH AND

OUR MENTAL HEALTH IN CHECK.

“BEING ABLE TO SNEAK IN A SNOWSHOE OR

A SKI BEFORE WORK, OR GO UP AND TAKE A

FEW LAPS ON A POWDER DAY BEFORE WORK,

MAKES SANDPOINT SO SPECIAL.”

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Those who know swear by their vitamin D during the winter,

and taking supplements is one way to replenish our system

and keep our vitamin D levels high and happy when the

sun isn’t shining. Another option is to invest in a sun lamp.

Just 30 minutes a day by one can help you feel happier and

healthier—just like some time in the sun would.

But beyond supplements and vitamin D, what we put in our

body has just as much impact on our mood and outlook

as how we spend our day. Too much sugar or refined

carbohydrates may make us feel good in the moment, but

long term they don’t support sustained health and energy.

Just like it’s important to get outside and exercise every day,

getting the right amount of nutrients, drinking plenty of

water (even if it’s herbal tea—cold water isn’t always the most

cravable in the winter) and listening to your body’s needs

are important steps to maintaining a healthy outlook and

perspective.

Finally, maintaining a routine and building activities into

your day will help you feel productive and in control. It

might sound nice to sleep in extra or skip that walk, but

routine can help you feel in control of your situation, which

actually reduces mood swings and depression.

So if the winter blues have you down, don’t give in. Grab

a friend, head outdoors, and fill your days with healthy

activities, people and purpose that will keep you feeling

upbeat, happy and full of life until the sun rolls around, the

ice melts, and we can once again go back to weekends on

the lake.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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SECRET VALENTINE FUNDRAISER

FEBRUARY 1 - 8

Send a Secret Valentine and support the Panida! The Panida Secret Admirer Valentine

will be hand-delivered anonymously to your Valentine, sweetened with chocolate, to

addresses in Sandpoint, Kootenai and Ponderay. All you have to do is visit Panida.org,

click on the Valentine image, follow it to the Valentine form, contribute $10 (which will

be dedicated to the restoration of the beacon-of-hope marquee), and your handmade

Valentine will be on its way just in time for Valentine’s Day, delivered on Saturday,

February 13. Monday, February 8, is the final day they’ll be taking orders, so sign up

today to send that special someone, whether your significant other, child, parent or

friend, a Secret Valentine. It is sure to warm their heart.

13TH ANNUAL HEART BALL

FEBRUARY 6

2021 marks the 13th year of the Heart Ball, and the fun is going virtual this year.

Saturday, February 6, starting at 7pm, the evening will consist of a live auction of

three amazing packages, testimonials from people whose lives have been impacted

by the care they received at Bonner General Health, and the paddle raise. There will

be the ever-popular dessert auction online leading up to the event, and desserts will

be delivered the day of the Heart Ball. For those who are unable to attend the live

virtual event, they can access the entire evening’s Heart Ball 2021 online, where they

can take part in donating after the event. Proceeds from this year’s event will go to

the Emergency Department’s remodel and upgraded technology. To sign up for the

Virtual Heart Ball, visit BonnerGeneral.org/BGH-Foundation.

DARK LOVE STOUT WEEK

FEBRUARY 8 - 14

Whether you’re looking for plans for Valentine’s Day, or just love delicious stouts, the

219 Lounge’s Dark Love Stout Week is made for February and beer lovers. Every day

from February 8 through the 14, they’ll be pouring new stouts to help brighten the dark

winter days. Starting on Monday, February 8, the 219 will release two new (mostly)

bourbon barrel-aged stouts every day, with 11 stouts on tap Saturday and Sunday.

Each beer was specially selected for the event. $15 gets you a unique diner-style mug

(limited availability) you can take home, along with two 5-ounce pours. Additional

5- and 12-ounce pours will be available for purchase. To learn more, visit 219.bar or

@219Lounge on Facebook, and mark your calendars for a seasonal favorite!

*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!

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FEBRUARY

fun fact

Sandpoint Gets

Presidential

In summer of 1888, Theadore “Teddy”

Roosevelt wasn’t yet President of

the United States when he arrived

in Sandpoint on the Northern Pacific

railroad. According to the Hawkins’ family

story, as told to Bob Gunter by Dale Selle,

Roosevelt traveled to Idaho from his

ranch in the Dakota Territory for a caribou

hunting trip in the Selkirk Mountains.

While waiting on horses and guides, the

party ventured into the town of Pend

d’Oreille (later to become Sandpoint).

After a night out dining and drinking,

Roosevelt ended up in the only available

room in town: Winfield Scott Monfort’s

shack, which the lodging house owner

rented out in Monfort’s absence. At

midnight, Roosevelt was awakened by

a returned and surprised Monfort fresh

from the bars and ready to tuck in for

the night—and not expecting a guest.

Whatever the resulting argument, record

has it Roosevelt ended up with the bunk.

Thirteen years later, he would become the

26th president of the United States.

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REAL Market Update - Brought to you by Jackie Suarez, Associate Broker

What is the current real estate market climate in North Idaho?

Right now, the market is still in favor of Sellers and prices continue to rise. Good news for Buyers - the new year has

brought more properties for sale and mortgage interest rates are historically low.

Is now a good time to buy or sell?

I always say when the time is right for you, the time is right. Buyers be ready. Approach your home search with proof

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One thing is certain - our market is constantly changing. What is important to me remains the same. God, Family

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What Jackie’s clients are saying

“She’s a very warm friendly realtor who listens and always follows through on

resolving issues or answering our specific quessons. I have recommended her to

friends and they too have been very pleased with her advice and work ethic.”

Cat B., Sandpoint

“We have been working with Jackie for a few years and are extremely happy with

her determinason in finding our perfect home. We will always recommend Jackie to

our friends and family.”

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"Jackie outshined other potensal brokers with her in depth proposals and market

research. AAenson to detail and knowledge of the area was key. Literally no

complaints. She was helpful in other areas as well--referrals to professionals in other

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with anyone other than Jackie. We are very appreciasve to have been introduced to

her and recommend her to anyone in the area.”

Chris H. and Family, Sandpoint, ID

“Thank you so much for helping me through this process, you were awesome to

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Honored to be voted “Sandpoint’s Finest REALTOR®” 2017, 2018, 2019

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WHERE TO STAY

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VENUES

RESTAURANT/CATERING

LODGING

MEETING ROOM

MAX CAPACITY

219 Lounge

208.263.5673 • 219.bar

Sandpoint’s hometown lounge and live music venue for over 87 years featuring 20 beers on tap, wine and classic

cocktails. Enjoy outdoor patio and bar during the summer months.

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Dover Bay Waterfront Resort 208.265.159

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Heartwood Center 208.263.8699

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HeartwoodSandpoint.com

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Lodge at Sandpoint 208.263.2211

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Ponderay Event Center 208.263.0271

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Schweitzer Mountain Resort

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Sandpoint Business & Event Center 208.263.7770

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Talus Rock Luxury Lodging 208.255.8458

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The Idaho Club 208.2665.2345

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Missi Balison Fitness • Personal Trainer

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Our small group training sessions are a maximum of 8 participants; A small group and private training studio for women only. Our certified

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THINGS TO DO

Silverwood Theme Park, Boulder Beach Water Park

Arts & Crafts Fair

Amusement Parks

Art / Music Event

Summer 208.683.3400 SilverwoodThemePark.com

Summer 208.263.6139 ArtinSandpoint.org/arts-crafts-fair

Art Walk Art / Music Event Summer 208.263.6139 ArtinSandpoint.org/artwalk

Festival at Sandpoint Art / Music Event Summer 208.265.4554 FestivalatSandpoint.com

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Sandpoint SummerFest Art / Music Event Summer 208.263.2217

Experience some of North Idaho’s most scenic views along this

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Eureka-Institute.org/sandpointsummerfest.html

Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education (SOLE) Experiences Winter 928.351.7653 SoleExperiences.org

Schweitzer Fall Fest

The Idaho Club

Sandpoint Elks Golf Course

Geo Hali Sandpoint Helicopter Charters

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Go Fish! Charters Tours / Charters Summer 208.597.5020 GoFishCharters.org

Lake Pend Oreille Cruises

Sandpoint Seaplane Service

Bottle Bay Resort & Marina

Dover Bay Resort

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Summer 208.265.1597 DoverBayIdaho.com

Sandpoint Marina Marina

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Schweitzer Mountain Resort

Western Pleasure Guest Ranch

Action Water Sports

Sandpoint Watercraft Rentals

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Rentals

TOP 10 THINGS TO DO

Sandpoint is home to four great breweries. Bike to each, or

take a walking tour: Matchood Brewing Co., Utara BrewingCo.,

MickDuff’s Brewing Co., Laughing Dog Brewing

Enjoy fun in the sun at the sandy, grassy downtown public

beach on the lake. SandpointIdaho.gov

Catch a Show at the Panida Theater

Stop in the historic theater for an independent feature or short

film. Panida.org

Visit Schweitzer Mountain

Explore the village dining and shopping and enjoy the

adventures in summer and winter. Schweitzer.com

Shop the Sandpoint Shopping District

Explore the many unique shops in charming downtown.

DowntownSandpoint.com

Explore Local Galleries

Walk the downtown and stop in at several local galleries to

enjoy local and regional art.

Drive The Pend Oreille Scenic Byway

Stop in Cedar Street Bridge

Explore various shops and restaurants in the downtown

bridge spanning Sand Creek. CedarStreetBridge.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

Do a Tasting at the Local Winery

Enjoy local sips from Pend d’Oreille Winery. POWine.com

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TRINITY AT CITY BEACH SWEET LOU’S FORTY ONE SOUTH

LOCAL EATS

BREAKFAST

LUNCH

DINNER

LOUNGE

WATERFRONT

KIDS’ MENU

PARTIES

CATERING

PRICING

219 Lounge Sandpoint

208.263.5673

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Arlo’s Ristorante

Sandpoint

208.255.4186

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Baxter’s on Cedar

Sandpoint

208.229.8377

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Beet and Basil

Sandpoint

208.920.6144

Fusion

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City Beach Organics

Sandpoint

208.265.9919

Organic / Vegan

$$

Dish at Dover Bay

Dover Bay

208.265.6467

American /

Seafood

$$

Chimney Rock Grill

Schweitzer

208.255.3071

American

$$

Eichardt’s

Sandpoint

208.263.4005

Pub

$-$$

Fat Bass Bar & Grill Priest River 208.265.8854

Forty One South

Sagle

208.265.2000

Steakhouse /

American

Fine Dining

$$

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Hoot Owl Cafe

Ponderay

208.265.9348

Cafe

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Ivano’s Ristorante Sandpoint 208.263.0211 Italian

$$

Jalapenos Mexican Restuarant

Sandpoint

208.263.2995

Mexican

$-$$

Joel’s

Sandpoint

208.265.8991

Mexican

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MickDuff’s Brewpub

Sandpoint

208.255.4351

Pub / American

$$

Panhandler Pies

Sandpoint

208.263.2912

American

$-$$

Pend d’Oreille Winery

Sandpoint

208.265.8545

Modern Cuisine

$$

Second Avenue Pizza

Sandpoint

208.263.9321

Pizza

$-$$

Secret Thai

Sandpoint

208.263.9960

Thai

$$

Shoga Sushi

Sagle

208.265.2001

Seafood

$$

Sky House Schweitzer 208.263.9555 American

$$

Spuds Waterfront Grill

Sandpoint

208.265.4311

American

$$

Sweet Lou’s

Ponderay

208.263.1381

American

$$

Thai Nigiri

Sandpoint

208.265.2587

Thai/Sushi

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The Hydra

Sandpoint

208.263.7123

Steakhouse

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Trinity at City Beach Sandpoint 208.255.7558 Seafood

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Frameshop

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Baldy

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Madison

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Elliot

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panida theater

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sandpoint high

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Lakeview park

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on Lake Pend Oreille


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