FallInlander Weekly Content
October 22, 2020

Splashes of Color

From lake to mountain, be inspired by the colors of fall in and around Coeur d’Alene Coeur d’Alene Lake is stunning in any season, and fall is no exception. The autumnal lake palette is ever-changing — steel blue to sage green, depending on the weather — surrounded by great swaths…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 15, 2020

Quenching Your Thirst for Adventure

Journey to Coeur d’Alene in your quest for the best beer Maybe you wet your whistle for good beer during Oktoberfest celebrations, including the one in downtown Coeur d’Alene recently. Or you’re just jonesing for the simple pleasure of having an adult beverage with others, especially outdoors on the patio…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 8, 2020

Game On

Idaho forecasts a winning season for area hunters and anglers Although stay-at-home orders had many wondering about the food supply, those who looked to the outdoors to stock their pantry were on the leading edge of a national trend towards HUNTING and FISHING, reports Game & Fish magazine. And in…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 1, 2020

Endless Autumn Adventures

Come to Coeur d’Alene for a few hours, a day or a whole weekend with these fall events Fall weather is arriving in Coeur d’Alene and to help you “fall” for the Lake City, here are some ways to get out and enjoy all that this special time of year…
FallInlander Weekly Content
September 24, 2020

Making Their Mark

Maker’s Mark bourbon is one of the many highlights of the Resort’s Whiskey Barrel Weekend At any given time, there are 8 million barrels of bourbon patiently awaiting their debut as a Maker’s Mark product. And you could lay claim to one of them as an “ambassador” of this distinguished…
FallInlander Weekly Content
September 17, 2020

A Life Well-Lived

Come to Coeur d’Alene for a few hours, a day or a whole weekend with these fall events It’s the best of all worlds: Coeur d’Alene Resort’s LIVE WELL RETREATS offer a self-paced experience designed to help you disconnect from the things you don’t want in your life and reconnect…
FallInlander Weekly Content
September 10, 2020

Eventfully Yours

Come to Coeur d’Alene for a few hours, a day or a whole weekend with these fall events They’re your favorite small businesses in downtown Coeur d’Alene and this fall you’re invited to join them in a series of appropriately small, more focused gatherings. Throughout September and well into December,…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
September 3, 2020

Keepin’ it Classy

Annual Coaster Classic at Silverwood Theme Park highlights the region’s car culture Plenty of classic car events have been canceled this year, but not the COASTER CLASSIC at Silverwood Theme Park. For the 19th year running, the Late Great Chevy Club has partnered with Silverwood to host classic cars from…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 27, 2020

Camping Out

North Idaho has your perfect camping spot, from rustic to RV-ready  We bet North Idaho has more campgrounds than you have summer left to savor, but not to worry; the weather stays mild well into fall and that is just as good a time to plan your getaway. Grab your…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 20, 2020

Head to the Hills

New to mountain biking or an expert rider, north Idaho is the place to get on track Mountain biking is the perfect sport for North Idaho’s Erickson family of four. Jen Erickson and her husband Todd have been mountain biking for over 20 years, says Jen, whose oldest daughter competes…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 13, 2020

Coeur d’Alene Dreamin’

Make the end of summer the best of summer for the kids Once August rolls around, times seems to accelerate with the awareness of summer’s eventual end. Make the most of the time with the kids now, with these ideas for making a North Idaho end of summer the best…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 6, 2020

Applied Science

The (very cool) science behind keeping coolthis summer Leave it to science — and North Idaho — for an easy-to-follow guide to losing heat, also known as staying cool, which can happen one of four ways: conduction, convection, evaporation, radiation. Hold something cold in your hand, such as a cone…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 30, 2020

Perfect Patios

Where to go in North Idaho for outdoor dining Who doesn’t like to eat out-of-doors in the summer? Whether it’s mimosas and breakfast bites in the morning, a light lunch in between activities, or a celebratory evening meal with loved ones, North Idaho has an abundance for eating outside. For…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 23, 2020

Go Back in Time

Old fashioned fun can be found in abundance throughout North Idaho Take a step back in time to experience Coeur d’Alene and the surrounding region in a whole new way this summer, with immersive historical experiences you might not know existed. In Coeur d’Alene, the past is very much present…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 16, 2020

Havin’ a Ball

You don’t have to like pickles to play pickleball, but you do have to be willing to have fun You already know what PICKLEBALL is and you’re a fan? Skip ahead to the next paragraph. Although only 55 years old, this sport has become wildly popular with all ages, featuring…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 9, 2020

Best Beaches

Where to carve out your spot in the sand in North Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Hayden, Hauser, Pend Oreille, the Spokane River… North Idaho is rich with waterways, including designated swimming areas that, although typically untended by lifeguards, offer easy spots to wade or dive in for a much-needed beach day.…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 2, 2020

Festivities on the Fourth

Celebrate Independence Day in North Idaho The upside to most Independence Day celebrations this year is that they’re outdoors and typically free. Both are true throughout North Idaho, with festivities planned from prairie to lakefront to mountaintop. Head south to HARRISON on the Fourth of July for old-fashioned fun in…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
June 25, 2020

Paddle Power

Explore North Idaho’s lake country in a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard Idaho is home to more than 2,000 lakes, not including rivers and minor waterways. Many amazing lakes are in North Idaho and — even better — easy to explore under your own power… paddling along in a canoe,…
Sunset Lake CDAInlander Weekly ContentSpring
June 18, 2020

Getaway Bay

Lake Coeur d’Alene has plenty of beautiful bays for you to explore this summer There’s a reason why Coeur d’Alene is called the Lake City. At 30 miles long with more than 100 miles of shoreline, Lake Coeur d’Alene offers endless adventures both on and in the water. Once described…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
June 11, 2020

Shop Like a Local

Small, family-owned and totally unique — that’s shopping in Coeur d’Alene Shopping is meant to be fun and stress-free, an appeal to sight, sound, smell and even taste. Now that retail businesses are open again in downtown Coeur d’Alene, indulge your senses with a stroll through some of the area’s…
SilverwoodInlander Weekly ContentSpring
June 4, 2020

All Smiles at Silverwood

Have a safe summer at the Northwest’s largest theme park Silverwood Theme Park puts the safety of its guests first, and this year is no different. In addition to ensuring attractions and amazing rides like Timber Terror and the log flume are pristinely maintained, Silverwood has revamped the guest experience…
Follow Me MayInlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 28, 2020

Experience Idaho

From majestic mountains to idyllic lakeside landscapes, Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes has it all The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes offers 73.2 miles of paved trail through nearly every kind of landscape Idaho has to offer pedestrians, on-leash dog walkers, bicycle riders, and even inline skaters. Depending on your…
McUen ParkInlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 21, 2020

Make Memories in North Idaho this Summer

Celebrate family time in Coeur d’Alene with these fun excursions Like many families lately, you’ve probably spent a lot of time together. For summertime, however, it’s time to switch it up and play outdoors. Make plans now to check out all that North Idaho has to offer for safe, affordable,…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 14, 2020

Begin Building Your North Idaho Bucket List

A fun-filled summer is still in reach, and just a short drive away The last few months have been more challenging, yet some things have remained consistent: North Idaho is a world-class destination with outdoor recreation the whole family can enjoy… safely and easily. Have you spent a summer in…
Tubb's HillInlander Weekly ContentSpring
March 19, 2020

Head for the Hills

Social distancing doesn’t mean you need to stay inside As news of the COVID-19 pandemic persists, it’s easy to feel panic starting to creep in. Schools have been closed. Large meetings have been cancelled. Now, more than ever, it’s important to take care of our bodies and minds. Take time…
Shamrock SplashInlander Weekly ContentWinter
March 12, 2020

Luck O’ the Lake City

Look to Coeur d’Alene for St. Patrick’s Day parades, parties and pipe bands Hints of green have been seen in North Idaho as temperatures climb. And while there’s still a few weeks until we really see green grass, there’s plenty o’ green to be found in the Lake City’s upcoming…
Blues FestivalInlander Weekly ContentWinter
March 5, 2020

March means Blues Festival and a roarin’ good time

The bands are booked and counting down to the start of one of the most anticipated weekends in Coeur d’Alene for area blues fans: the COEUR D’ALENE BLUES FESTIVAL. On March 20 the Coeur d’Alene Resort hosts what the Inland Empire Blues Society has dubbed “best blues festival” five times…
Chef Jim BarrettInlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 27, 2020

Hot Shot Chefs

Coeur d’Alene Chefs Shaping North Idaho’s Culinary Community The ways to play in Coeur d’Alene are endless — from its signature alpine lake, perfect for boating, paddle boarding, fishing and kayaking, to the thousands of acres of excitement at nearby ski resorts, and the Northwest’s largest theme park and water…
Chinook Steak, Pasta & SpiritsInlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 20, 2020

Knowing North Idaho

Inlander Restaurant Week is your ticket to experience Idaho five different ways Inlander Restaurant Week lets you try new foods and revisit old favorites alike, including in North Idaho — all for a deal. Participating restaurants feature three-course meals for the set price of $22 or $33, making it possible…
Elk Point WeddingInlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 13, 2020

Love in the Lake City

Turn to Coeur d’Alene for everything you need for your perfect wedding When actress Julianne Hough wed NHL hockey standout Brooks Laich in a romantic outdoor wedding the summer of 2017, stunning images of sparkling Lake Coeur d’Alene were splashed on magazine covers and exploded all over the internet. The…
ChocolateInlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 6, 2020

The Sweet Spot

Coeur d’Alene is your go-to for chocolate, including during the annual Chocolate Affair Valentine’s Day in Coeur d’Alene offers a buffet of ways to celebrate with your sweetie, including chocolate, but you don’t have to wait until Valentine’s to indulge. Let’s call the CHOCOLATE AFFAIR on Feb. 7 an appetizer…
Hot Winter NightsInlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 30, 2020

Isn’t it Romantic?

Celebrate love in Coeur d’Alene Love is in the air throughout Coeur d’Alene, especially during Valentine’s Day weekend. And since that’s coming up soon — only weeks away — we want to help you celebrate romance. Get in the mood with HOT WINTER NIGHTS at the Coeur d’Alene Resort’s infinity…
Food and Wine FestivalInlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 23, 2020

More Than Full

Come hungry and thirsty, leave sated and smiling at the third annual Food and Wine Festival Go for the food, stay for the wine. Or vice versa. There’s plenty of both at the Coeur d’Alene Resort’s third annual FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL, Friday, Feb. 7-9. Start the weekend with a…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 15, 2020

Outdoor Winter Adventures

Bike, hike or ride your way through winter in North Idaho Whether you’re looking to stay active or just want to get out-of-doors, you don’t have to ski or snowboard to welcome winter. With 4-5-inch tires and mountain-bike-like frames, “FAT BIKES” are a great way to cruise through winter, says…
Mac and CheeseInlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 9, 2020

Say Cheese!

The Annual Mac and Cheese Festival has plenty to smile about Forget New Year’s resolutions for the day and embrace your inner comfort-seeker at the annual MAC AND CHEESE FESTIVAL, on Saturday, Jan. 18 from noon to 5 pm at more than a dozen downtown locations (cdadowntown.com/mac-cheese-festival). Throughout downtown Coeur…
Silver Chair LiftInlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 2, 2020

Must-ski Weekends

Mark your calendar for these epic ski and boarding adventures that await you in Idaho January is time for a new calendar and we have the dates to know when it comes to local skiing. Celebrate Silver Mountain’s 52nd annual JACKASS DAY Jan. 10-11 when lift tickets are only $12,…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 26, 2019

Ring in the New Year in North Idaho

Find the festive event that fits your style to close out the decade The Coeur d’Alene Resort has a New Year’s event to suit every manner of celebration. Hanging with the littles? Do the early fireworks FAMILY CRUISE and be done in time for your next adventure or to head…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 19, 2019

Inside Traditions of Christmas

TRADITIONS OF CHRISTMAS is a popular, Radio City Music Hall-style production at Salvation Army Kroc Center. This beloved Coeur d’Alene holiday tradition is produced by Laura Little, an accomplished theater veteran with three Broadway producing credits to her name, including co-producing Peter and the Starcatcher, which won five Tony awards.…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 12, 2019

Counting down to Christmas

12 days and 12 ways to celebrate the season On the first day of Christmas, according to the classic song with 12 verses, someone got a bird in a tree, but we have something better: 12 awesome ways to enjoy Coeur d’Alene, one for each of the 12 days prior…
CDA ChristmasInlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 5, 2019

Desperately Seeking Santa

On the trail of Saint Nick in North Idaho Santa isn’t the only one to make lists. We’ve made our own this year. But don’t look to our list for an accounting of who’s been naughty or nice. Instead, our list consists of all the places you can spot the…
Holiday LightsInlander Weekly ContentWinter
November 28, 2019

Delightfully Downtown

Get into the holiday spirit during Small Business Saturday in Coeur d’Alene Coeur d’Alene is the place to be for Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30, which kicks off the holiday season with more than 120 places to shop, eat and explore — all within a few block radius. “Downtown Coeur…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
November 21, 2019

More, More, More

This year’s amazing Holiday Light Show at the Coeur d’Alene Resort is bigger, brighter and even more magical Santa and his elves got nothin’ on the Coeur d’Alene Resort when it comes to the holidays. Not only has the resort been recognized as a holiday destination by such luminaries as…
FallInlander Weekly Content
November 14, 2019

On the Hunt

Idaho’s natural beauty and abundant game make it a target for hunters in-state and beyond It’s called the “gem state,” yet Idaho could easily be known as the “game state” with its natural beauty and diverse hunting opportunities. Idaho Fish and Game, which manages hunting in Idaho, provides access to…
Woops! LatteFallInlander Weekly Content
November 7, 2019

Cuppa Coeur d’Alene

Downtown coffee culture can’t be beat for flavor, variety and places to try Do you do drip? Or are you a latte lover? Whatever your coffee craving, downtown Coeur d’Alene has you covered. More than just providing excellent coffee, however, Coeur d’Alene’s coffee shops serve as a social hub for…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 31, 2019

Paired to Share

Discover your new favorite wines just in time for holidays The holidays will soon be upon us and with it, a social season of visiting, gift-giving and sharing good food. Whether you’re hosting at your home or have a hostess gift in mind, the Coeur d’Alene Downtown Association’s WINE FOR…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 23, 2019

Falling for Coeur d’Alene

Do downtown during Fall Fest and Apple Palooza The smell of leaves and woodsmoke in the air. Crisp mornings and a hastening sunset. More pumpkins and fewer tomatoes on the shelves. That must mean fall is officially here. And even though Kootenai Farmers Market’s Hayden-area location closed last week, downtown…
Yoga Lake CDAFallInlander Weekly Content
October 17, 2019

Life Well Lived

Retune, recharge at Coeur d’Alene Resort wellness retreats Fall has us relishing every opportunity to be outdoors, but also focusing on our inner world, from the cozy spots we seek out in our homes to being more mindful about maintaining health through the winter. The COEUR D’ALENE RESORT has three…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 10, 2019

On the Ball

Four places to finish out your golf season in North Idaho Golf fans: Were you discouraged by the recent dusting of snow and drop in temperature? Fear not; many golf courses are still open. In fact, fall is the preferred time for many players who appreciate thinned out crowds, blue…
FallInlander Weekly Content
October 3, 2019

That’s the Spirit

You’ll have a whiskey barrel full of fun during a weekend of tasting and learning about this age-old distilled libation. The key to understanding whiskey, besides the different varieties like bourbon, corn whiskey and traditional Scotch whiskey, is in tasting, which is exactly what you’ll do — a lot — at…
FallInlander Weekly Content
September 26, 2019

Scary Good

Silverwood Theme Park morphs into Scarywood for a whole month of frighteningly good weekends The countdown begins. As leaves rustle, days shorten and nights get wonderfully crisp, many creatures are hunkering down for winter… but not at Silverwood Theme Park. There, in just seven days, the otherworldly assortment of creatures…
FallInlander Weekly Content
September 19, 2019

Rolling into Fall

Celebrate fall with Oktoberfest and the Coeur d’Fondo bicycle ride and race Come to Coeur d’Alene for the bike ride and stay for the party or come for the party and stay to cheer on the riders. It all happens Sept. 20-21 when two terrific annual events take over Coeur…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
September 12, 2019

Hunting Season

Fall is a perfect time for exploring the eclectic range of area antique and vintage shops Does the thrill of the hunt get you going? Do you revel in rummaging through piles? Then Coeur d’Alene is your ideal hunting grounds for all things vintage, collectible and DIY-ready. CISCO’S (220 N.…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
September 5, 2019

Putting your best foot forward

Enjoy fall in north Idaho with these amazing hikes As summer transitions to fall, take advantage of slightly cooler temperatures to explore all the beauty North Idaho offers. Here are five hikes that showcase the region’s lakes, mountains and its history. TUBBS HILL is a classic Coeur d’Alene hike, with…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 29, 2019

See You in September

Celebrate the end of summer and the glorious start to fall in Coeur d’Alene September means back to school, sweaters at night and scrambling to enjoy every last moment outdoors. Mark your calendar for these September must-do events. Ride the waterslide one last time at SILVERWOOD THEME PARK’S BOULDER BEACH,…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 22, 2019

Classic Coeur d’Alene

Vintage boats, cars and more are on display with several events designed to highlight the classics Classic cars aren’t the only mechanical beauties the Coeur d’Alene area is happy to showcase. On Aug. 24-25, visitors will be treated to an extraordinary display of more than 40 boats, from magnificent antique…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 15, 2019

View to a brew

Check out the 23rd Annual BrewsFest at Silver Mountain for a sampling of the best of the Northwest What could be better than a whole lot of craft beer in one place? If that place is Silver Mountain, 3,600 feet up the mountain where on Saturday, Aug. 17, more than…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 8, 2019

A Guiding Hand

Enhance your exploration of the Coeur d’Alene region with a guided tour tuned to your precise interests and level of adventure There is so much to see and do in and around Coeur d’Alene, which makes guided tours a great way to ensure you don’t miss a single thing as…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
August 1, 2019

Three-in-One Fun

Art on the Green, Taste of Coeur d’Alene and the downtown Street Fair give you three big reasons to visit Coeur d’Alene The first weekend in August is the perfect time to be in Coeur d’Alene. In addition to all the other activities — being on the water, outdoor dining,…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummerUncategorized
July 25, 2019

Silver Mt. shines bright this summer

Sure, you love tubing, skiing and snowboarding on the mountain when the snow flies, but when it melts, SILVER MOUNTAIN is your place for biking, riding, dining and more (silvermt.com). Take the scenic GONDOLA RIDE up from the base for any number of events, including Northwest Cup for the best…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
July 18, 2019

Playin’ it Cool

When the temperature goes up, stay cool with these water activities in and around Coeur d’Alene Hot sun and cool water adds up to fun when you’re in Coeur d’Alene. From beaches, to water parks, to being out on the water, here’s the 411 on cooling down around town. Whether…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummerUncategorized
July 11, 2019

Sounds like Summer

Where to go for live music outdoors in Coeur d’Alene and surrounding areas Summer means being outdoors as much as possible, including for summer concerts, which occur all over the place in Coeur d’Alene. With a view to Tubbs Hill, the lake and McEuen Park Coeur d’Alene Public Library is…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummerUncategorized
July 4, 2019

Brewin’ Up Some Fun

Annual Brew Fest gathers region’s beer in one place It would be a fun road trip for sure, but to taste all the beers featured at the annual COEUR D’ALENE BREW FEST, you’d put a lot of miles on your car. You’d have to travel to Montana, for example, for…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
June 27, 2019

So Much to See

The next two weeks bring must-not-miss events to Coeur d’Alene Summer in Coeur d’Alene means lots to do and see, including several really big events you won’t want to miss. Have you noticed a lot more serious-looking bicyclists on the road? They’re probably gearing up for IRONMAN 70.3 COEUR D’ALENE…
Inlander Weekly ContentSummer
June 20, 2019

A Place to Park It

Find your new favorite park this summer in North Idaho Did you know Coeur d’Alene has more than 64 miles of bike paths and 200+ acres of park space? Bill Greenwood knows. He’s the director of Coeur d’Alene Parks and Recreation and likes to bike downtown from his home in…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
June 13, 2019

Doing Dad’s Day

Amazing engines, excellent eats and everything else for Father’s Day in North Idaho Stumped for what to do with Dad this Father’s Day weekend? Look no further than North Idaho for plenty of places to celebrate your father’s favorite things to do. Start with CAR D’LANE, an annual free event…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
June 6, 2019

Saving at Silverwood

Follow these handy tips to make the most out of your day at North Idaho’s favorite theme park Summer and Silverwood go hand in hand. To make sure you can go back as often as you’d like without breaking the bank, here are some ways to save without sacrificing fun.…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 30, 2019

Well Above Par

Idaho golf courses worthy of your bucket list Google “golf” in North Idaho for a list of no fewer than 20 courses, a handful private and a smaller few worthy of your bucket list, especially according to Golf Digest who noted that five out of the top 10 courses statewide…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 23, 2019

You Can’t Miss

Five Weekends You Shouldn’t Skip in Coeur d’Alene This Summer Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer, kicks off three months of jam-packed events in the city by the lake. So get out your calendar, and block out the following five weekends you won’t want to miss. Can’t swing…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 16, 2019

Setting the Scene

Coeur d’Alene Summer Theater kicks off another season of quality entertainment COEUR D’ALENE SUMMER THEATER is full of surprises, aren’t they? As one of the longest running theater companies in the region — they’ve been lighting up the stage since 1967 — you know they’re going to produce exciting shows. But…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 9, 2019

Honoring Mom

Stretch mom’s special day out across an entire weekend in North Idaho Start Mom’s weekend off right with good food and good times. Saturday, May 11, is opening day at KOOTENAI FARMERS MARKET in Hayden at Highway 95 and Prairie Avenue (the downtown market opens the following Wednesday). How about…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
May 2, 2019

The Season of Fun

Start the summer season of fun off right at Silverwood Theme Park It won’t be long now: SILVERWOOD THEME PARK opening day is this weekend! To celebrate, they’re offering “anniversary” pricing May 4 and 5, saving you nearly $20 per ticket per day. The savings don’t end there, though. On…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
April 25, 2019

Spring into Action

Freshen up your wardrobe with these shopping destinations Spring is a time to clean out the old and welcome the new. Where else but downtown Coeur d’Alene will you find the latest fashions, the comfiest footwear and the freshest styles around? Celebrate the colors of spring like zesty yellow-green, festive…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
April 18, 2019

Brilliant Brunch

Rise and shine with these North Idaho breakfast options You’re up earlier, are more active and working up an appetite. Or maybe you’re looking for a way to celebrate the weekend or a special occasion with that someone special. Brunch is about fueling up, feeling good and lingering just a…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
April 11, 2019

Get Back to Golf

Let us help you get in the swing of things in North Idaho Talk about a quick transition! No sooner were we talking about skiing than it’s time to talk about golf. While there are plenty of places in the Coeur d’Alene area to get your game on, remember that…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
April 4, 2019

More than Half Full

Second annual Food and Wine Festival is a feast for all your senses Sometimes more is better, like at the second annual COEUR D’ALENE FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL, April 12-14. The weekend kicks off Friday with three events: an evening dinner cruise with J. Lohr winery ($51.50); a wine tasting…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
March 28, 2019

Endless Shades of Blue

Individual tickets, overnight packages and VIP upgrades give you many ways to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Coeur d’Alene Blues Festival Question: would your love of the blues be enough to send you all over the Northwest? Or would you rather hang out in Coeur d’Alene and let some…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
March 26, 2019

Stay Awhile

North Idaho offers plentiful places to stay and play Located less than 40 miles from the Spokane Airport, making a daytrip to Coeur d’Alene is a low commitment venture. While it’s easy to drive over for the day, it might just be a lot more fun to take advantage of…
Inlander Weekly ContentSpring
March 14, 2019

Coeur d’Green

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Coeur d’Alene At this rate it may be months before nature’s greenery emerges from underneath the snowpack. Yet from March 14-17 in Coeur d’Alene, it’s all the green you can eat, drink and make merry with all over town, parties and the parade, to green…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
March 7, 2019

Girls Getaway

Make memories with your BFFs in Coeur d’Alene Leave it to Southern Living Magazine to offer scientific proof of what gals already know: getting away with girlfriends is good for you! Coeur d’Alene has your staycation staples: spas, super restaurants, sweet deals on rooms, and lots of places to make…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 28, 2019

For the Love of Winter

Six different ways to embrace winter in North Idaho It’s easy to have some enthusiasm for winter when snowflakes first fly, making Christmas lights and holiday decorations all the more picturesque. But when the snow is still falling in March, that initial enthusiasm can give way to the winter blahs.…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 21, 2019

Taste the Town

Experience Coeur d’Alene… one bite at a time during Inlander Restaurant Week From downtown to midtown to north of the freeway, Coeur d’Alene has a slew of participants in this year’s INLANDER RESTAURANT WEEK, a three-course, fixed price menu offering which runs Feb. 21-March 2, so plenty of time to…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 14, 2019

Let the Good Times Roll

The Fourth Annual Mardi Gras Krewe d’Alene brings the French Quarter to North Idaho Unless you’re from the Big Easy or have taken part in New Orleans’ legendary Mardi Gras celebration, you may not be familiar with a krewe. Pronounced "crew," it’s the organization that puts on a parade or…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
February 7, 2019

Fall in Love with Coeur d’Alene

Annual Chocolate Affair event throughout downtown offers an evening of sipping, strolling and sampling Fall in love this February… with Coeur d’Alene, with wine and chocolate and with a popular annual event back this year better than ever. The CHOCOLATE AFFAIR on Friday, Feb. 8 is the perfect pairing of…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 31, 2019

Bucket List Meals

Indulge your inner adventurer by discovering (or rediscovering) these must-have meals and meal makers in Coeur d’Alene Earlier this month, MSN released its bucket list of restaurants by state, singling out BEVERLY'S' as the restaurant in North Idaho that’s “more than worth the trip” for its Northwest cuisine, lake views…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 24, 2019

Out on Foot

Make the most of winter terrain while snowshoeing the panhandle The weather in Idaho is the stuff of legends; if you don’t like it, wait 10 minutes. Don’t wait for a fresh batch of snow, however; there’s plenty in varied elevations where skiing and boarding aren’t the only way to…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 17, 2019

Eagle Eye Viewers

Four things to know before setting out on an eagle watching adventure in North Idaho Eagle watching cruises are done for the season, but that doesn’t mean you have to forego witnessing the unique congregation of one of America’s largest raptors feeding on spent fish in Lake Coeur d’Alene. Now…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 10, 2019

More Please

Second annual Mac & Cheese Festival offers more chefs, dishes and events for your enjoyment Savory melted cheese mixed into perfectly cooked pasta makes for a perfect pairing of ooey and gooey, and if that were all the MAC & CHEESE FESTIVAL offered, it would be enough. But wait, there’s…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
January 3, 2019

Resolve to Rev Up Your Activity Level

Easy and fun ways to incorporate fitness into your 2019 routine For many people, the new year offers an opportunity to reflect on the status quo and search for ways to improve, especially in the area of personal fitness. “My advice to anyone come the new year who is trying…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 27, 2018

Ring in the New Year Here

Coeur d’Alene caters to all ages with a huge range of options for celebrating 2019 Start 2019 with a view to remember at SILVER MOUNTAIN RESORT. Come for the day and ski, board or tube to your heart’s delight during extended hours, then pop into Noah’s for a buffet dinner…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 20, 2018

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Have yourself a happy holiday with these fun, festive food and drink options Lake Coeur d’Alene is a beautiful place to be any time of year, including through winter when you can hear and see for miles, and especially during the holidays when the cruise boats glide along, all lit…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 13, 2018

Making the Most Merry

Add these holiday have-tos to your list The holidays are a busy time, what with winter weather, extra guests and a thousand things on your to-do list. Remember to carve out time for the people you care about most, including yourself. INDULGE YOUR INNER CHILD. Let Coeur d’Alene’s festive spirit…
Inlander Weekly ContentWinter
December 6, 2018

Christmas Spirit on Center Stage

Five must-see holiday shows that celebrate the spirit of the season It’s been a screen classic since 1946 when actor Jimmy Stewart first appeared in It’s a Wonderful Life as a man who needed his angel to see the good he’d done with his life. This year, see IT’S A…
Inlander Weekly Content
November 29, 2018

Test Inlander Article

Honor the original settlers during Native American History Month In 1990, the United States formally recognized November as National American Indian Heritage Month — aka Native American History Month — capping a 75-year process of formally recognizing the rich culture of Native American tribes. In Coeur d'Alene, we are surrounded by…
Inlander Weekly Content
July 30, 2018

Another Test Article

Honor the original settlers during Native American History Month In 1990, the United States formally recognized November as National American Indian Heritage Month — aka Native American History Month — capping a 75-year process of formally recognizing the rich culture of Native American tribes. In Coeur d'Alene, we are surrounded by…
Inlander Weekly Content
March 30, 2018

And Yet One More!

Honor the original settlers during Native American History Month Walk along the lake frontage road near North Idaho College to discover Yap-Keehn-um, the Gathering Place. This sacred spot near the mouth of the Spokane River was dedicated to the Coeur d'Alene tribe in 1977 and commemorated with signage and a…