9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in Wallace
On September 11, 2001, the deadliest terrorist attack in human history occurred when terrorists crashed four hijacked passenger airplanes into the World Trade Center twin towers and the Pentagon. 343 firefighters, 60 law enforcement officers, and 8 emergency medical technicians who responded to this horrific event lost their lives. Many more died months and years later from 9/11-related cancer and respiratory diseases.
Every year, memorial stair climbs are held across the country in memory of the first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice so that others could live. Firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency medical technicians, and civilians climb the equivalent of 110 stories of stairs, representing the 110 stories of the twin towers. This event is not a timed race, but rather a way for first responders and the community to honor those who selflessly gave their lives.
On September 11, 2019, Shoshone County Fire District #1 will hold its third annual 9/11 memorial stair climb. This event will take place in Wallace, Idaho and start at 8:30 am. We are inviting first responders and community members from surrounding areas to participate in this event.
Participants can purchase t-shirts for $15, which partially covers the cost of the shirts. However, there are other costs are associated with the event. Memorial ID cards of fallen 9/11 heroes and refreshments will be given to participants. Stair maintenance before and after the event will be provided to the City of Wallace. We are also raising money for the Jeff Welch Memorial Fund, which assists families of law enforcement officers and firefighters in the event of line-of-duty catastrophic injury or death. All proceeds from this event will go to this nonprofit.
Join the Silver Valley Community Market for the 2nd Annual Chili Cook-Off at Kellogg City Park!
Bike MS: Cycle the Silver Valley
An extraordinary experience marked by passion, inspiration, determination and fun. Feel the electricity at the starting line and the remarkable support throughout your journey as we unite in our mission to end MS.
Volunteers make Bike MS possible! There are various opportunities throughout the weekend and we would love to have you all weekend or for just a couple of hours. There is something for everyone: families and groups are welcome to volunteer together.
Full Moon Night Ride on the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail
FULL MOON NIGHT RIDES on the all downhill Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail>
Experience 10 Tunnels and 7 sky high trestles on this family friendly ride. Night rides are only for ages 13 years and up. Ride Dates: July 16th, August 15th or September 14th.
By reservation only. Call 208.744.1234 x19. Groups will assemble at 8 pm at the East Portal in Taft. Ride will finish up around 11 to 11:30 pm back at the East Portal in Taft, MT. We will be operating a shuttle bus that will bring guests back from Pearson to the trail head in Taft.
Link for details and pricing options: https://www.ridethehiawatha.com/events
Shoshone County Community Concert Association 2019 - 2020 Subscriber Concerts
Good Company Electro Swing Band - Seattle Based Swing at its finest
2:00 PM Sunday, September 15, 2019
Location - Kellogg High School
Jacobs Gulch, Kellogg, ID
Reed All About It - Craig Catlett's Sax Quartet
2:00 PM Sunday, October 13, 2019
Location - St. Rita's Catholic Church, Kellogg, ID
Maxwell String Quartet - Blend of classical and Scottish Folk
2:00 PM Sunday, January 26, 2020
Location - Wallace Commons, Wallace, ID
Heidi Muller & Bob Webb - Original & Traditional Folk
2:00 PM Sunday, March 22, 2020
Location - St. Rita's Catholic Church, Kellogg, ID
Silveroxx 2019 A three-day celebration of two-wheel off-road fun! With events for every rider type including a night ride, ladies day, kids races, downhill race, super-d (top to bottom) race, best trick, minibike downhill, minibike keg slalom, bunny hop contest, and outdoor movies! If you want to just do your own thing, that's great too, we keep as much of the mountain open as humanly possible during each event, and the dirt is typically amazing this time of year.
Eddie Joe's After Hours Get Together
Finger Foods and cash bar available. After hours is centered on networking with fellow chamber businesses and members. This month Eddie Joe's will be the highlighted Chamber Member for the month.
Silver Mountain Cider Fest
Join us for the first annual Silver Mountain Cider Fest featuring craft cideries from across the Northwest and beyond. Ride North America’s longest gondola to the top of our mountain, where a variety of ciders will be waiting for you. Listen to live music, breathe the crisp mountain air, and admire the fall colors while tasting the best and newest craft cider available.
Each ticket comes with 3 drink tickets to fill a half-pint cup. Additional drink tickets are available to for $3 each. Gates open at 1 PM and taps close at 5 PM. The Loose Gazoonz will be playing music during the festival.
While kids are welcome to attend, there are no kid-friendly drinks at Cider Fest.