You’re Cordially Invited To A Romantic Night At The Museum
Please join us for a Romantic Night at the Museum Four-Course Dinner Event. We are offering four nights in February 2023, each one highlighting a different non-profit from 6pm – 9pm.
- Thursday, Feb. 9 – Idaho Nonprofit Center
- Friday, Feb. 10 – Family Promise of Spokane
- Monday, Feb. 13 – Music Conservatory of Coeur d’Alene
- Tuesday, Feb. 14 – Genesis Prep School
YOUR EVENING INCLUDES
- Four-course candlelight dinner catered by The Coeur d’Alene Resort
- Hear from these worthy groups about their missions to help our community
- Live music performances from your favorite operas and arias
- Inspirational charitable strategy insights from Dan Pinkerton
- Self-guided tour of the Idaho Wildlife Museum’s stunning Idaho Gem Collection, the Bronze Wildlife Collection, and the world’s only complete Frederic Remington Collection.
Tickets only $250 per couple
All of the ticket proceeds will be donated to Idaho Nonprofit Center, Family Promise of Spokane, Music Conservatory of Coeur d’Alene and Genesis Prep School.
Four-Course Dinner Menu
THE COEUR D’ALENE RESORT WILL PROVIDE A DELICIOUS AND ROMANTIC DINNER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR THIS EVENT.
Idaho Wildlife Museum
With over 200 bronze Idaho wildlife, the museum showcases one of the world’s largest bronze wildlife displays, the Idaho Gem Collection with dozens of gems found in Idaho, and the Frederic Remington Collection, the world’s only complete reproduction exhibit of all of Remington’s 22 original-size western bronze sculptures. Learn more at idahowm.org.
Inland Northwest Opera
Originally founded in 2001, Inland Northwest Opera (INO ) serves Northern Idaho and Eastern Washington with world-renowned talent and emerging artists in the opera world. In addition to the annual Mainstage opera, the company brings Opera on the Lake and the Opera-tunities program into area schools and community public venues. INO seeks to instill a personal appreciation for opera among all ages and backgrounds. Learn more at inlandnwopera.com.
Family Promise of Spokane
Family Promise helps local communities coordinate their compassion to address the root causes of family homelessness. We tap existing local resources to empower families towards economic stability. Families come to us in crisis; we help them rebuild their lives with new skills and ongoing support. We address the issue holistically, providing prevention services before families reach crisis, shelter and case management when they become homeless, and stabilization programs once they have secured housing to ensure they remain independent. Learn more.
Music Conservatory of Coeur d’Alene
The Music Conservatory of Coeur d’Alene (MCCDA) will serve the mission of, “To nurture the pursuit of musical excellence through accessible instruction, collaborative partnerships, and performances.” by creating an infrastructure of teachers, classes, performers and events. By collaborating with other music schools, MCCDA will share teachers, students and events to create the magic of music that will inspire participants and audience. By producing a program that instills the same values and accreditations that the Conservatory of Sandpoint uses, we can ensure a similar success. Spokane, and its potential conservatory, will be a resource as we grow—helping to make a “triangle of collaboration” between Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint, and Spokane. Learn more.
Genesis Prep Academy strives to provide a God-centered, discipleship driven, creative education that prepares students for life. Genesis Prep Academy exists to partner with parents and the local church in the educating, disciple making, and faith raising of the students entrusted to our care. As a Christian school in North Idaho our commitment remains firm — to serve families through the ministry of education at the pleasure of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We look forward to partnering with many more families in the years to come as we pursue our mission of offering a God-centered, discipleship driven, creative education that prepares students for life. Learn more.
Idaho Nonprofit Center
The Idaho Nonprofit Center represents the interests of our state’s 6,000 registered charitable nonprofit organizations and serves as a broker of information and a bridge between the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. We are an association of forward-looking nonprofit leaders who come together to share knowledge, solve problems, pursue common interests, and serve the public good. Our Mission: to educate, advocate, and collaborate in support of stronger nonprofit organizations. Learn more.