The 4 Summit course is located in the area of the Cascade valley and its stunning mountain range. The 4 Summit Challenge takes place annually on the last Saturday in July. This year, the ride will take place on July 28th, 2018. The ride starts at the American Legion Hall in downtown Cascade and proceeds down Main Street to Warm Lake Road. From there, riders can choose to ride 1-2 summits or 3-4 summits–up to 90 miles round trip–to return to the Legion Hall. The entire course of 90 plus miles goes up and over two passes (both sides make it four summits) one of which is on Warm Lake Road–Big Creek Summit and then turning left from WL Road onto the scenic South Fork (of the Salmon River) Road and it covers some of the most beautiful terrain in Idaho. Along South Fork Road, a participant will go up and over Poverty Overlook and then turn around at Reed Ranch to do the same route again from the opposite direction.
Please note that a cyclist that wants to do the entire distance should reach Poverty Overlook before the cut-off time, which is based upon weather conditions.
This challenging course attracts cyclists from a wide variety of locations and includes up to 400 riders.
If you are wanting to make this a family event day, consider signing up your family for the Thunder’s Family Fun Ride portion of the event!
More information at 4summitchallenge.com.
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The community of Cascade and the 4 Summit Committee invite you to be a sponsor of the 2018 4 Summit Challenge bicycle ride on July 28th. It’s a great way to advertise your business and help pave the way for our goal of making Cascade a cycling/pedestrian-friendly community. View the PDF below to find out how you can provide support this year!
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Calling all artists! Enjoy a day of art and music at the ninth annual Chalk on the Walk. Proceeds benefit the Cascade Schools’ Music & Art Departments and the Cascade Cultural Arts Center. Cost is $5 per artist. Each artist will receive a spray bottle, chalk, a sidewalk square, and ice cream provided by The Cascade Store. To sign up as an artist or sponsor contact Shauna Arnold at 208-634-6906 or ShaunaArnold@hughes.net
Join the fun at Hog Wild hosted at The Big Red Barn, 342 Cabarton Rd. in Cascade on date to be determined in October 2018. There will be live music, raffles, brews and a pig roast! Proceeds go towards Thunder Mountain Days so come on out and support the Cascade Chamber of Commerce and our great community! Tickets will be available at the door.
A Valley Home Companion is an old-time “live radio” community show. Three big live shows will be taking place this year on April 20th, 21st, and 22nd in Cascade at the Roxy Theater. The theme this year is “Happy Days”, a celebration of the 1950’s. The shows will feature 90 minutes jam-full of Good-Ol music, funny stories, skits, laughs, and warm-fuzzies for you, the missus, and the kiddos! Come early for pre-show entertainment!
Bring a non-perishable food item and $6 per seat. Profits benefit your choice of local charity!
Show times are as follows:
Friday, April 20th: 7 pm
Saturday, April 21st: 7 pm
Sunday, April 22nd: 2 pm matinee
Purchase tickets at Roxy Box office.
For more information, contact Marion Inwards by cell at 208-870-8808 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A live auction will take place at the event. Proceeds will be used to help the American Legion pave their parking lot.
The entry fee for adults is $10 and Children (12 and under) can get in for $6. Tickets will be sold at the door.
The dinner menu includes stacked enchildas, tostadas, sopapillas, and more!
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The day before Easter, families are invited to join us for a giant egg hunt in the pool! Eggs are hidden around inside the dome and eggs are free to catch in the water. After, participants are invited to use our Kayak and SUP equipment to gather a second round of floating eggs. Prizes inside the eggs include candy and day passes. We will also have the log out for families to practice their log rolling skills.
We hope to see you there!
This year, the ROSE Bowl will take place on April 11th, 2018 at the Cascade Community Church at 109 Pine Street from 11 to 2 pm. For a $10 donation, attendees will receive a hand crafted pottery bowl, all you can eat soup (donated by local restaurants and supporters), bread, and drink.
Due to the limited number of soup bowls, please purchase your tickets in advance. To reserve a ticket or for questions, please contact Kacie Bracht at email@example.com or by calling her at 208-382-5310.
All proceeds continue to assist victims in Valley County. Donations can be made here.
More information on ROSE Advocates and the services they offer can be found here.
Come join Cascade for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt! The hunt is on Saturday, March 31st at Armstrong Park. The hunt will start promptly at 11 a.m. with games, crafts, and face painting running until 1 pm.
Volunteers and $25 sponsors are needed for the event. If you can help out or would like to be a sponsor, please contact Shauna Arnold with the Horizon’s Lifestyle and Education Team at 208-634-6906 or ShaunaArnold@hughes.net
The Cascade Girl Scouts Troop #710 and the Cascade American Legion asks you to join them for a night of fun with refreshments and beverages provided by the American Legion Auxiliary between 7 pm and 9 pm on February 24th. Semi-Formal attire is recommended. All ages are welcome! Your father figure can be a father, uncle, grandfather, etc. Wrist corsages, boutonnieres and photos will be available for additional cost at the dance.
The cost is $15 per father daughter couple and $5 for each additional child. All proceeds will go to helping the American Legion pave their parking lot.
Please feel free to publicly join this event on Facebook here.