I recently visited the oldest building in Post Falls, a historical landmark beautifully restored. Previously 2 church buildings, it now houses an active arts and cultural center.
With art shows upstairs, in lovely light, plus performing arts, musicians, cooking classes and much more, this local gem is a “must visit” for everyone in the area.
Keep an eye on our events calendar, and visit their website for upcoming performances. This Friday is a Jazz Concert…can’t wait!
Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center
Maggie is in the 5th grade, loves art, dogs, running cross country and is interested in learning gymnastics. Since she lives in N. Idaho, we thought we’d get the inside scoop from a 10 year old.
Q. What would you say are the best 5 things to do while visiting North Idaho?
A. Swimming, boating, hiking….taking beautiful drives….looking at scenery.
Q. Hmm. That’s interesting – what are you doing right now?
A. Driving down the road in the back seat.
Q. Do you think kids would like to take beautiful drives and look at scenery?
A. No – probably not.
Q. So besides swimming, boating and hiking, what should kids do when they visit Idaho in the Summer?
A. Go to the movies, and miniature golfing at TriplePlay!
Q. That sounds fun…what else? How about something kids can’t do when they’re in their home towns.
A. Definitely Silverwood. [local amusement park] And, drink hot chocolate overlooking the lake. [first floor of the CDA Resort/Marina].
Now maybe we’re getting somewhere!!