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Vince Gill performing this year 2015 at The Festival at SandpointThe FESTIVAL at Sandpoint 2015
Announcing an eclectic line-up for the 33rd Season!

The Festival at Sandpoint celebrates its 33rd annual summer concert series, August 6-16, showcasing eight nights of music under the stars, on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, in Sandpoint, Idaho.
 

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CHAFE 150 BENEFITS PROGRAM THAT ASSISTS CHILDREN ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUMRiding for a Cause
CHAFE 150 BENEFITS PROGRAM THAT ASSISTS CHILDREN ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM.

If there is one thing people in Sandpoint agree on, it is the willingness of the community to go above and beyond to help an organization or individual in need. And that is exactly what Mel Dick and others involved in the CHAFE 150 Gran Fondo bicycle ride are counting on this year.

“We are looking forward to another fabulous year,” said committee member, Elana Westphal, of the event set for June 20. “We already have over 50 sponsors.”

In its eighth year, the CHAFE 150 has raised approximately $60,000 for the Lake Pend Oreille School District and its programs. Previously put on by Panhandle Alliance for Education for it’s Ready! for Kindergarten Program, the ride was taken over by the Sandpoint Rotary club three years ago. “We wanted to continue the tradition of education,” said Dick of Rotary’s decision to donate the proceeds to the district’s programs that benefit children on the autism spectrum.

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Lost in the ’50s celebrates 30 years
SANDPOINT’S BIGGEST PARTY

It was 30 years ago when Carolyn Gleason organized the first ever Lost in the ’50s weekend in Sandpoint. And what started as a desire to bring a bit of Motown to a small town in North Idaho has grown into an annual tradition for many. Now people from all over the country arrive in their vintage cars, poodle skirts and penny loafers, and turn back the clocks of time.

When Gleason first began, she knew she would need more than just music to draw people in. But what was that extra element going to be? She and a friend considered showcasing vintage cars. Gleason appealed to locals, going to door to door asking those with vintage cars to bring them to the event. That first year, there were 26 cars, and by the third year, it had grown to over 150.
 

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said Lippi of the urge to write a book - a story of her travels through Europe following her high school graduationSky Blue Pink
A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME.

For Pam Lippi, authoring a novel was never on her list of things to do. “I am the least likely person to write a book,” said Lippi, who adds she is a slow reader and never was confident when it came to spelling. But when she woke up continuously at night for several months at a time, she knew she had to literally follow her dreams. “I finally got to a place where I could no longer ignore it,” said Lippi of the urge to write a book - a story of her travels through Europe following her high school graduation in the 1970s.

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Nestled at the base of the Selkirk Mountains in North Idaho's Panhandle region, the community of Sandpoint can be found 60 miles south of the Canadian border and 75 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. With a population of approximately 7,000 residents, Sandpoint is located in a land of uncompromising natural beauty on the northern shore of Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced Pon-der-ray).

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A spectacular, glaciated body of water 43 miles long, Pend Oreille is the fifth deepest lake (1,158 feet at its greatest depth) in the United States with 111 miles of shoreline. Its pristine waters are a major factor in the community of Sandpoint's high ranking as a premier tourist destination.

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These articles were written by Bob Gunter and detail some of the early history of Sandpoint and Bonner County. Most of the photos were provided by the Bonner County Historical Society and have been used with their permission.
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