Live Music

Hope Marketplace Cafe

Sunday, June 12, 2016

12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Chris O’Murchu’ and Larry Guldberg

Jazz, Swing and Blues with a Latin Twist
















Landscape Painting Workshops

Call for details 208.290.8796landscape_painting_workshop



Second Sunday Music at Noon


Music 2nd Sunday



Expired Events


Landscape Painting Workshop

Please attend our landscape painting workshops:  All ages and experience welcomed.

$30 and we supply the materials or $20 and you supply them.

Please RSVP to reserve your spot.

Saturday 12th of December, 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM.
Friday 18th of December, 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM.
Saturday 19th of December, 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM.

There will be more opportunities to join us.
Call for details 208.290.8796landscape_painting_workshop






Solstice Celebration, Sunday Dec 20







Plein Air PaintOut Saturday, Oct 10

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Sunday December 21: Solstice Celebration






Special Art classes Saturdays!



Open Thursday and Friday AM and Saturday for soup and specials. Sunday Brunch with live music! The cafe offers a quiet space to relax with an assortment of daily offerings including specialty soups served with homemade bread, new main course offerings, and homemade desserts. A scenic drive from Sandpoint and next door to the historic Hope Post Office. Bring your laptop and enjoy WiFi and a Latte. What could be better!




Outskirts::Hope Marketplace for Parties and Gatherings

The green on green room is a perfect spot for any group looking for somewhere to gather. Our large room is available for family get-togethers, business meetings and community gatherings. This venue is of particular appeal to people interested in where their food comes from – we grow fresh veggies in the summer and support local organic producers all year round. Our green on green room seats approximately 30-35 people with additional seating on our south facing deck overlooking Lake Pend Oreille. Our cafe space is here not only available as a venue for groups, but also a great place to connect with friends and meet your neighbors. If planning for a large group get-together (over 12 people), please call 24-48 hours ahead.

Contact Kally at 208.264.5696, or email

Outskirts::Hope Marketplace Book Club

We are looking for a group of people to support a book club, or reading group. Each month we will gather to talk about a specific work. All members will have a chance to vote on a list of suggested titles that have been submitted from a variety of genres and topics, including Eco-issues. If you are interested, please contact us.

Contact Kally at 208.264.5696, or email

Previous Events:

Exciting TILING event happened in June

Tim Thomas has shown up after a sojourn to India by way of Japan. I asked him to do something quick (meaning cheap) and recycled. What Hope Marketplace received was not just an artisan made floor, but a true work of art. The dish pit – once the room of drudgery – is now a center of energy and beauty.

What Tim Thomas knows intuitively about color most contemporary painters spend a lifetime to get to the same place. When I said “go for it” I had no idea he was so hungry to create. He went way beyond simple and literally gave us his very best. Thank you, Tim!

Tim Thomas can be reached at Renaissance Tile & Stone, PO Box 2211, Sandpoint ID 83864. Phone: 208.263.9848

And be sure to visit the bathroom, even if you don’t have to. An event to remember!

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 25, 26 & 27. – Painting Workshop with Aaron Johnson – Plein Air, All Media

Friday 1pm to dusk, Saturday 10am to dusk, Sunday 10am – 2pm. $235 for all three days, $100 for all day Saturday. Limited Seating. Tickets on sale at Outskirts :: Hope Marketplace. For more info, call 208.264.5696

Thursday, December 22 at 5PM – Community Solstice Celebration

Music, food, poetry, wine & beer! Bring bread to break with your neighbors, or small plates of cookies. Soup will be provided.
Bring something to call in the Light!
All musicians and children musicians are encouraged to contribute to the festivities.

Saturday, November 5th at 5PM – Holiday Food and Wine Fest

Tickets: $15 in advance
Includes:  5 appetizers, 2 desserts and wine tasting
Meet Chef Leanna Paulsen-Kittleson of Seven Sister Catering Company. Taste sustainably produced wines.  This is your way to a fabulous holiday season – this is a festival of ideas about food, wine and the community table that we all share.  For more info, call 208.264.5696

1. Lamb meatballs with Huckleberry BBQ sauce.
2. Cream of roasted tomato soup w/ grilled cheese wedges.
3. Crab rolls
4. Fresh spring rolls – vegan
5. Parmesan Crostini
Apple marzipan tartletts
Chocolate mocha diablo tartletts

September 23, 24 & 25 – Plein Air Paint Out, “Paint for the Legacy”

Plein Air Paint Out for the benefit of Friends of Scotchman Peaks. These peaks span the Montana/Idaho border and hold up the sky. They are the tallest mountains that you view from Lake Pend Oreille.

Artists paint up and down the valley Friday and Saturday, and at noon on Sunday we hang the accomplished works for public sale. We invite the public to vote on Best of Show (announced at 4PM). Come to the cafe and meet and greet the artists, the Friends of Scotchman Peaks, and the community. For more info, visit or call 208.264.5696.

Thurs August 4 – Trunk Show – Silver Jewelry

A Trunk Show of new work created by Jack and Janette Burton, silversmiths. The “Lazy Summer Traders” will be showing one-of-a-kind jewelry, earrings, charmstones, an eclectic array to please the discerning tastes. There will be art, music, and cheer to be enjoyed by all. Stop by and say Hi!

Sunday July 24 – Celebrate the Legacy

Come celebrate the legacy of Joan Wanamaker.
A show featuring three artists:
Daughter, Ann Porter – Painted and stained glass.
Granddaughter, Casey Page: Photographs.
Granddaughter, Megan Riffe: Wall hung sculpture.
Reception to be held on Joan’s 80th birthday.
Sunday, July 24, 12 noon ’til 3:00pm
Show open July 24 thru August 21, 2011

Saturday July 23 – Free Movie Showing “Damanhur”

Download pdf flyer for more information.

Sunday, May 29 – Local Faire Market

The harvest of cabin fever! Lots of creative spirits have made socks, hats, herbs, soaps, teas and much more. It’s a great time to meet others and share resources. 1pm – 5pm.


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