Hi Panida Patrons,
This weekend is filled with something for everyone!
On March 31 we have a film festival where ALL ticket and raffle sales will be donated to Kaniksu Land Trust and Pend Oreille Pedalers non-profits, thanks to our amazing sponsors who covered ALL operating costs; Claire Anderson, Co-Owner of Burger Dock, Alpine Shop, and Matchwood.
We have over 25 items for raffles that have been donated by local businesses. Please bring cash to buy raffle tickets!
There will also be a panel discussion. Panelists include:
• Spokesman-Review columnist and author Ammi Midstokke
• Sandpoint park planning and development manager Maeve Nevins-Lavtar
• Gwen Victorson, Idaho Department of Lands lands resource specialist and co-founder of True North Treks
a nonprofit that connects outdoor enthusiasts with one another to form a community through exploring nature.
The discussion focuses on the topic of inclusivity in outdoor spaces for people of all abilities, genders and races.
Please join us for No Man's Land
Check out the coverage of the event from Inlander
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Then on April 1 the local non-profit Spacepoint is bringing to the Panida our FIRST Sci-Fest.
The event will include a live presentation with Dr. Jason Barnes from University of Idaho, who is the lead Deputy Principal for NASA'S Dragonfly Mission to Titan Moon. Titan is Saturn's largest moon and the only known moon in our galaxy with an atmosphere. Following the presentation there will be a viewing of Stars Wars Rogue 1.
During this event, children who attend will have a chance to enter a raffle to win a FREE trip to the Kennedy Space Center!
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I'm really looking forward to this weekend and both of these events are kicking us OFF into spring.
I hope to see you at the Panida this weekend!