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Our beautiful exhibit space, located in a historic railroad substation, features an exiting new exhibit, a partnership with the Coeur d'Alene Tribe. Aligned with a series of activities, events, and seminars, this program aims to bring the heritage, contemporary life, and bright future of the Coeur d'Alene and American Indian people to life. While you're at the institute, also check out the "African Journeys" exhibit, a collection of amazing artifacts that explore the customs and lifestyles of West Africa. Lastly, tour the "Peace Lives Here" exhibit, a multimedia art display highlighting Mahatma Gandhi's "Social Sins." Interactive activities for younger visitors to the institute are on-hand. Our space is available for use by other organizations or groups for meetings, conferences, receptions, and more; contact us to learn more.
Also, during a trip to the institute you can visit our media room, a cozy setting to watch one of the films from our library, including the award-winning documentary, "The Color of Conscience," which chronicles the rise and fall of the Aryan Nations in northern Idaho. The institute's winter hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We can be available at other times for special tours, too -- contact us via email or 208-292-2359 to learn more.
UPCOMING EVENTS AT HREI
Win Free Groceries for a Year Raffle Update
Drawing is December 20, 2013
We are excited to announce that our Win Free Groceries for a Year raffle, with Super One, will be extended until December 20, 2013. Tickets are only $10, and the grand prize is $100 of groceries every week for a year (a total of $5,200). We will award 20 prizes total, all involving free groceries, so please take a moment to buy a raffle ticket and to support HREI and our local programs. Tickets are on sale at HREI and at all Super One customer service desks. Call 208-292-2359 or email email@example.com for more information.
Monday, November 18, 5:30 pm: Homelessness Awareness Vigil and Reception at HREI.
St.Vincent De Paul, Homelessness Awareness Vigil and Reception at HREI on November 18th. Come join in to hear speakers, music and pay tribute to awareness of homelessness in our community.
Wednesday, November 20, 5:15 pm: HREI Book Club Meeting, HREI Building, 414 W. Mullan Rd., Cd'A
Enjoy great literature, whether its fiction, nonfiction or poetry?Interested in reading about issues that matter in the world, and exploring other cultures and perspectives?
Want to hear authors read from and discuss their work? For November, the HREI Book Club is reading the "The Lonely Polygamist" by Brady Udall. This book will look at life of loneliness, marriage with dysfunctionality, heartbreak, and comedy. New members are always welcome. We're a low-key group interested in good books and great discussion. Contact Kelly at 208-292-2359 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Or just stop by!
Thursday, November 21, 7 pm: Transgender Vigil @HREI
The Transgender Day of Rememberance at HREI. Candelight Vigil will be held here at HREI with a social following at 7 pm.