Join in on our community activities, workshops, and events. We have plenty of ways to get involved!
Drug Awareness Events
Red Ribbon Week
The Red Ribbon campaign provides drug awareness, advocacy, and resources to parents and schools across the nation. It began as a tribute to fallen DEA (United States Drug Enforcement Administration) special agent Enrique Camerena in…
Sticker Shock is a national campaign to reduce underage drinking and abuse of prescription drugs. It’s designed to discourage adults from buying alcohol for minors by education them about the dangers…
Lunch and Learns
UYLC hosts quarterly community education Lunch and Learn events on various prevention topics. These short and informal sessions are meant to be enjoyed over lunch. UYLC invites a broad array of guest speakers to facilitate these events.
The Youthfest is sponsored by UYLC and filled with free activities for the whole family! Kids and adults can enjoy carnival rides, bouncy houses, rock climbing, and more. Munch on BBQ and fair-style treats all night long. See our Youthfest event to learn more.
Festival of Trees
Every year, our community Christmas artists create gorgeous trees, wreaths, tablescapes, and more that will be auctioned off to raise money for supporting local charities! Their creations can be seen in local businesses throughout the community.
Old Fashioned Christmas
The annual Old Fashioned Christmas is a weekend full of Christmas festivities for the community! The Christmas Light Parade, lighting ceremony, carriage rides, crafts, carols, and treat booths are all part of the celebration.
See what community projects UYLC is involved with in Kamiah and Kooskia.
The UYLC Community Garden is a newly created space where kids and youth can come together to learn about growing, harvesting, and cooking nutritious food. It’s currently being developed with the hopes of having multiple in-ground beds…
Thanks to Jace Sams, Kamiah will be introducing a brand new skate park! Jace has persistently been working towards this goal for his senior project. After his initial grant fell through, Jace remained persistent and was awarded a grant from the Tony Hawk Skate Park Project. Their mission is to help underserved communities create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth.