What began in 1982 as a quest by a few pioneering and visionary classical music lovers to bring symphonic music to their town of 8,000 now draws audiences upwards of 20,000 per season throughout the region to its diverse and eclectic summer concert series, presented on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille.
One of Coeur d'Alene's most popular summer events, The Coeur d'Alene Wooden Boat Festival, at the Coeur d'Alene Resort Boardwalk features a spotlight on wooden boats along with food vendors, entertainment and more! This event is free to the public.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit community theatre in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and the only community theater located in Kootenai County. The Lake City Playhouse has been providing affordable access to quality theatre productions since 1961.
The Coeur d'Alene Symphony Orchestra is an integral part of the community, drawing musicians and audiences from Coeur d’Alene and the surrounding Inland Northwest area.
The Post Falls Parks, Recreation & Cemetery Department strives to provide the community with high quality, affordable programs and activities for people of all ages and abilities. Join us and enjoy the benefits of Parks & Recreation!
The Idaho Vandals are the intercollegiate athletic teams of the University of Idaho. They participate in NCAA Division I-FBS (formerly I-A) in the Western Athletic Conference. In addition to football, the intercollegiate athletic program fields teams in basketball, golf, tennis, cross-country, track, volleyball, soccer, and swimming.
Founded in 1933, North Idaho College is a comprehensive community college located on the beautiful shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. Approximately 6,300 students are enrolled in credit classes and more than 7,800 participate annually in non-credit courses offered by the Workforce Training Center in Post Falls.
The Coeur d’Alene’s Parks Department maintains 587 acres, that includes twenty-eight developed parks, Tubbs Hill natural area (120 acres), Canfield Mountain (24 acres), the Centennial Trail within city limits, numerous public beautification areas, boat ramps, docks, and the ever popular "Fort Sherman Playground".
The Buddy Walk® was established in 1995 by the National Down Syndrome Society to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October and to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America runs programs to enhance Education & Career, Character & Leadership, Health & Live Skills, The Arts, Sports, Fitness & Recreation and other Specialized programs.
Since 1976, this community-based non-profit has provided essential services to over 7,000 disabled and/or disadvantaged individuals to help them achieve their highest level of independence.
The mission of HREI is to promote human rights as an essential element of a just and successful democracy.
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations.
Where education is more than academics; it is training in character and truth.
St. Maries is the county seat of Benewah County and has a population of about 2,800. It is the retail center for eastern Benewah County and enjoys a trade-area population of about 8,500.
Promotes, develops and supports the business community of the Greater Sandpoint Area.
Strives to promote a growing and vibrant business community and the men and women whose labor makes those businesses successful. Honesty, integrity, community and individualism define this area of beauty and outdoor adventure.
There's something magical about Lake Coeur d'Alene that's hard to define, but it begins with the spectacular North Idaho sunsets and moonrises, the plunge of an osprey after a fish, the glowing lights of downtown Coeur d’Alene reflecting across its waters at night.
Rathdrum is "small town living at its best." There are many business, recreational and lifestyle opportunities to experience in the Rathdrum area.
North Idaho's Premier Boating and Cycling Vacation Destination
Wallace is the ideal base camp for you to explore the beauty and wonder of the Bitterroot Mountains and discover the best that Mother Nature has to offer.
The Hayden Chamber is the premier business organization in Idaho's "Gateway to Recreation". The communities of Hayden and Hayden Lake are located in the beautiful panhandle of North Idaho in Kootenai County, one of the fastest growing counties in the state.
Surrounded by mountains in the heart of North Idaho's recreational mecca is where you'll find Post Falls. Right on I-90, Post Falls is the perfect getaway and gateway to your North Idaho adventure.
Located on I-90 at the base of Silver Mountain in northern Idaho, Silver Valley is a dream come true for the outdoor enthusiast.
Greater Newport Area Chamber & Visitors Bureau - Newport, Oldtown, Cusick, Usk, Diamond Lake
The largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Earth. 7,046 Teams, 27,876 Players, 458 Courts, 485 Brackets, 3,000 Volunteers, 14,000 Games
The Spokane Chiefs are a major Junior Ice Hockey team that plays in the Western Hockey League based out of Spokane, Washington. Spokane consistently ranks in the top 10 in the Canadian Hockey League in attendance. GO CHIEFS!
The Zags are the athletic teams at Gonzaga University. Gonzaga University is a member of the West Coast Conference, which participates in the NCAA Division I. The athletic program comprises 8 women's sports and 8 men's sports. Did we mention the basketball? They've been known to play occasionally...
The Lilac Bloomsday Run, also known as Bloomsday, is an annual timed road race in Spokane, Washington, held on the first Sunday of every May since 1977. The course is 12 km (7.46 mi) long. The Lilac Bloomsday Run has had over 40,000 participants every year since 1986.
The Spokane Indians are a minor league baseball team in Spokane, Washington, USA. They are a Short-Season A classification team for the Texas Rangers in the Northwest League since the 2003 season.
The award-winning Davenport Hotel and Tower is located in downtown Spokane, WA. In addition to first-class accommodations, it is home of the critically acclaimed Palm Court Grill, Safari Room Fresh Grill and Bar and the Peacock Room Lounge. The Davenport Hotel & Tower feature the Black Book in every room.
First Night can be hard to describe, because everyone's experience is different. Just to give you an idea, though, First Night is a city-wide-winter party with fabulous fireworks, eclectic entertainment, bonfires, snowboarding stunts, hot refreshments and fun for the whole family!
Cardiovascular disease kills a woman every minute. Mothers. Daughters. Sisters. Grandmothers. Friends. Co-Workers. The women of our community are gathering to speak up. Go Red For Women saves thousands of lives every year.
Hotel Lusso is an elegant boutique hotel located in downtown Spokane, WA. With its European charm, residential ambiance and excellent location, the Lusso is a perfect choice. Adjacent to the lobby is the new local favorite, Post Street Ale House.
This art deco treasure is now the home of the Spokane Symphony and an incredible venue for all of the performing arts. After extensive historical restoration, the Theater celebrated its grand reopening in 2007.
The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce and Business Center serves the greater Spokane Valley area including the cities of Spokane Valley, Millwood and Liberty Lake. The chamber also serves Eastern Spokane County.
Greater Spokane Incorporated is the Spokane Region’s only Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council, working to grow jobs and business investment. They partner with the local business community and partners throughout the region in support of a healthy and vibrant environment in which to live, work and do business.
Providing safe, accessible, convenient, and efficient public transportation services to the Spokane region’s neighborhoods, and business and activity centers.
Concerts, PRCA Rodeo, hundreds of livestock exhibits, food, carnival rides and fun for the whole family - it's time for the Northwest Montana Fair! The Black Book is proud to support the recycling program at this amazing summer festival.
Founded in 1893, Lewis-Clark State is a public undergraduate college with a history born of vision and commitment to people. The college serves a highly diverse student population of 3,300 students from more than 30 states and 20 countries.
Washington State University is a member of the Pac-10 athletic conference. The school's mascot is Butch T. Cougar and the school's colors are crimson and gray. Cougs fans are fanatics!
This Moses Lake, WA fairgrounds is host to many events throughout the year, including The Grant County Fair, Moses Lake Rodeo Roundup, the Spring Fair & Home Show and many more.
Improving the economic development of the Moses Lake business community through organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring.
Serves more than 5,400 students from this beautiful campus in the heart of the central Columbia Basin of Washington state.
Columbia Area Transit (C.A.T.) offers Dial-A-Ride, door-to-door service throughout Hood River County. Dial-A-Ride trips are scheduled in advance and may include other passengers riding on the bus going to different destinations. In addition to Dial-A-Ride service, C.A.T. offers specific shopping days to different areas of Hood River County on a weekly basis.
People who make a difference and who have made North Central Washington - and the world - a better place to live deserve recognition! The Spirit of America Award, sponsored by NCW Take Pride in America, wishes to honor ordinary people who do extraordinary things for others, their community, their nation or the environment. Anyone may be nominated.
Leavenworth is the Northwest's Bavarian getaway! Come marvel at our authentic architecture, bask in our German experience wrapped in Northwest hospitality, and enjoy delights around every corner. 300 days of sunshine and 700 miles of hiking trails and pristine lakes just outside our doorstep.
The 11-day Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, which runs from late April into May, is the oldest major festival in Washington, dating back to 1919. The spring fling features a food fair, arts and crafts fair, an entertainment stage, and what is billed as "America's seventh largest carnival." Its Grand Parade, complete with a queen and her court, attracts some 100,000 spectators. Vying with the festivities are the clouds of apple blossoms that blanket the countryside.
Celebrating summer one inning at a time!
With a maximum capacity of 5,000 people, the 137,000-square foot venue is the largest event center in Central Washington. The center hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including large conferences, concerts, theatrical productions, professional sports, trade shows, ice shows and more. Town Toyota Center is the home field for Wenatchee’s professional sports team The Wenatchee Wild, of the National American Hockey League (NAHL).
Wenatchee Valley College enriches North Central Washington by serving educational and cultural needs of communities and residents throughout the service area.
The Wenatchee Valley Venom is a professional indoor football team of the Indoor Football League. The Venom is based in Wenatchee, Washington, with home games played at the Town Toyota Center.
Serves as the communities’ catalyst to attract and promote sports activities.
Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center inspires dynamic connections to our region's unique heritage.
Let's Go Wild!!!
Strives to present a quality, family-rated Fair that entertains, educates and celebrates!
Contact us for a map of the famous Toppenish Murals, Audubon Birding Guides, Restaurant Guides and More.
The Noll Longboard Classic debuted in 1996. A True "Longboard" contest, all boards ridden in the Classic must be 9 feet or longer. There are no age limitations at this event and fun is had by all. If you are a beginner or an expert, there are waves here for you.
The Black Book sponsors and participates in fundraiser golf tournaments held at Salmon Run Golf Course to raise funds for many deserving organizations, including local schools, Curry County families, breast cancer awareness, the local Police and K9 Units, and many more.
Founded in 2004 as a non-profit support organization for the City of Eureka and runs Sequoia Park Zoo.
Four fun-filled days of traditional Dixieland Jazz, swing, calypso, zydeco and more! Happening all over town with food, beverages and nonstop fun everywhere!
The Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the California's north coast - home of the magnificent redwoods.
These students will undoubtedly go on to do great things and someday will mentor others, ensuring their future and ours.
The whole town comes out to watch a festival of floats and marching bands parade by as they pay homage to the rhododendron.
Two spectacular days of music and fun. Blues by the Bay, held on a beautiful bayfront setting in Old Town Eureka, California. Featuring some of the finest Blues Musicians close enough to touch. Making Music and a Better Community!
Redwood Coast Music Festivals was founded in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to a mission of raising funds to support area programs that benefit seniors. In 1996, the mission was expanded to include the support and promotion of youth music education.