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Wild Night for Wilderness Sept. 30 in Sandpoint

With  the success of wilderness bills in Congress, maybe the Scotchman Peaks area has a chance.  Photo courtesy of Conor Branski (Photo courtesy of Conor Branski / The Spokesman-Review)
With the success of wilderness bills in Congress, maybe the Scotchman Peaks area has a chance. Photo courtesy of Conor Branski (Photo courtesy of Conor Branski / The Spokesman-Review)

CONSERVATION — “Wild Night For Wilderness” – a community celebration of the great outdoors, is being organized into an evening of music, slides and updates on the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains starting at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30, at Evans Brother’s Coffee in Sandpoint.

The evening also includes a taste of local libations — featuring locally brewed beer by Laughing Dog and locally crafted wine by Pend d’Oreille Winery — plus free appetizers, door prizes and music by Baregrass, a popular local dance band.

The event, sponsored by Idaho Conservation League, Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education and Friends of the Scotchman Peaks Wilderness,  will have a no-host bar, $5 cover at the door.

Info: (208) 265-9565.




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