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Spiritfest Weekend – Silverwood Theme Park, near Athol; features music from Chris Rice, a health fair, movies, etc.; 683-33400, ext. 126.

Josh Ashby Memorial Demolition Derby – gates open at 1 p.m. at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Government Way and Kathleen Avenue; $7 adults, $5 kids ages 6 and up; proceeds will benefit Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation and Hospice; 664-8330.

Father’s Day Lunch Cruise – noon-2 p.m., on the St. Joe River aboard The Idaho, departing from Chatcolet docks; $19.95, kids 6 and up, $14.95; for reservations, call 686-4030.

Moscow Inaugural Juneteenth Celebration – oldest known African American celebration, commemorates the end of slavery, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Moscow High School Indoor/Outdoor Commons, 402 E. Fifth St.; featuring AFI-African Free Inc.; contact John Crout at 883-1118.

Interpretive Summer Scenic St. Joe River Cruise – noon-2 p.m., depart from Chatcolet Lake docks; $12.95 adults, $7.95 kids ages 6-15; reservations recommended, 686-4030.

St. Joe River and Chatcolet Lake Lunch Cruise – noon-2 p.m., departs from Chatcolet Lake docks; $19.95 adults, $14.95 kids ages 6-15; 686-4030.

2005 Summer Youth Dance Camp – today through Saturday, University of Idaho Center for Dance for students who have completed the sixth grade and up; $165 registration; 885-2184.

Summer Youth Arts Program – Registration by mail only for grades K-12 to enroll in a variety of art sessions to be held Tuesday-June 30 and July 12-21; most class fees are $19 with varying supply fees; guitar is $29; 676-9132.

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