It's here! The first day of September. Many kids are already back at school, while others are enjoying their final weekend of summer vacation. Regardless, this Labor Day weekend has no shortage of great events for kids and adults of all ages to enjoy. Events include: Michael R. Lee and Carla O'Connor Exhibit at The Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d'Alene, 37th Annual Pig Out in the Park at Riverfront Park in Spokane, Open Mic Night at Pearl Theater in Bonners Ferry, Downtown Spokane First Friday, First Friday at Liberty Lake Wine Cellars, Coaster Classic Car Show at Silverwood Theme Park in Athol, Funky Junk Show at Bonner County Fairgrounds, Northern Quest Outdoor Summer Concert, Fall Fest at Schweitzer in Kellogg , Farmers' Market at Farmin Park in Sandpoint, Coeur d'Alene City Park Concert Series, Walk for H.O.P.E. in Sandpoint, Labor Day Weekend at Pavillion Park, and Labor Day at Comstock Park.
To find out more about these and other area events, visit our FSA-sponsored online calendar.
PIG OUT IN THE PARK
Thurs. Sept. 1 - Mon. Sept. 5
This Labor Day Weekend brings the 37th Annual Pig Out in the Park to Riverfront Park! 11am to 10pm daily, you can enjoy 44 food booths, 225 menu items, great food, three adult beverage gardens, 85 free concerts on three stages, and admission is free! Read more
Sat. Sept. 3 - Mon. Sept. 5
Schweitzer hosts the 24th annual Fall Fest, happening this weekend! Enjoy arts, crafts and food vendors throughout the village and live music playing all three days. There will be several regional wines, hard ciders and more than 60 regional microbrews and beers on tap! For the kids, there will be the soda tent where they can mix their own flavors and create wild concoctions. Read more
WALK FOR H.O.P.E.
Sun. Sept. 4, 5pm
Walk for H.O.P.E. is a walk on the Long Bridge that is being held to help promote suicide awareness, hope and healing. The walk begins at Dog Beach at 5pm with music and food available at the end of the walk so that everyone can connect. Read more
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Without labor, nothing prospers."