Events

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Boise offers a wide range of events, year-round that will please all ages. Check out events by month or explore events by topic.

April 2018

Friday, April 20th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Fri, Apr 20

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, Apr 20 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, Apr 20 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Tai Chi

Fri, Apr 20 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Tai Chi reduces stress and increases balance and flexibility. Come learn this gentle martial art from a trained instructor.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/25/2018

Lit for Lunch: Kate Moore, The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women

Fri, Apr 20 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Radium, the promising new element of modernity, is painted by young women in factories on watch dials in World War I. Initially envied for their work and importance, the women are then silenced and ignored as the effects of radium emerge.

Books are available at Rediscovered Books on 8th street between Main and Idaho which gives a 10% discount and at the BSU Bookstore in the Student Union Building (208-426-1362), which gives a 25% discount. For more information, contact BSU English Professor Cheryl Hindrichs, cherylhindrichs@boisestate.edu 208-901-5500.

Boise Public Library
715 S. Capitol Blvd.
Boise, Idaho 83702

Little Scholars

Fri, Apr 20 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

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Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, Apr 20 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Makeiteers Special Program: Virtual Reality

Fri, Apr 20 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Start your weekend off right with a different activity each Friday of the month. This Friday: Makeiteers! DIY projects that encompass Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math topics (STEAM).

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Fri, Apr 20 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Things Are-A-Brewin’ Craft Beer Sampling & Lecture at the Idaho State Archives

Fri, Apr 20 // 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Join us in celebrating Idaho Craft Beer Month at the Idaho State Archives!  We will be displaying historical photos from our collections, which document Idaho’s rich history in beer.  Guided behind the scenes tours of the Archives will begin promptly at 5 pm, followed by presentations from Highlands Hollow, Grand Teton Brewing, and executive director of Idaho Brewers United, Sheila Francis.  Enjoy a free beer sampling from two of Idaho’s original craft breweries, as well as a lecture on the evolution from early brewing to “the craft beer boom” of present-day.  This is a 21 & older event and ID will be required at the door.  Please RSVP to: mark.breske@ishs.idaho.gov

Idaho State Archives
2205 Old Penitentiary Rd
Boise, ID 83712

10 Barrel Food Truck Battle

Fri, Apr 20 // 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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Come join the 10 Barrel team for an evening of live music, beer, and a food truck battle! $10 gets you two beers and your food truck voting ticket. All proceeds go to Life's Kitchen. Grab your friends, and let's drink some beer outside!

Pre Funk Beer Bar
1100 W Front St
Boise, ID 83702

NNU NITRO DODGEBALL Tournament

Fri, Apr 20 // 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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Family and Community blacklight dodgeball tournament. Cost is $65.00 per team. 6-8 players per team. Benefits the NNU Basketball program. Contact: 208nitro@gmail.com

NNU Johnson Sports Complex
313 E Dewey Ave
Nampa , Id 83686

Inking Idaho on th Road

Fri, Apr 20

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Inking Idaho on the Road is the biggest stamp camp in the state of Idaho.  If you are a stamper or paper crafter this event is for you!  We kick it off with a 'warm up' stamping session on Friday night from 6:30-9:30pm.  Saturday is from 9-4 and included live demonstrations, prizes, displays, snacks and stamping. Cost for the even is $20 for Friday evening and $50 for all day Saturday. The event is held at The Pursuit but is not a church event.  For additional details and to register for this adult only event, please visit, Inking Idaho on the Road.  Event is put on by Becky Roberts, www.inkingidaho.com 

The Pursuit
6151 N Discovery Place (Near the west YMCA)
Boise, ID 83713

Every day until 4/21/2018

Live at the Bistro: Ryan Bayne

Fri, Apr 20 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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Ryan Bayne is a singer/Songwriter/Music Video Director/Creative Collaborator working in Boise Idaho. In the past few years he has released a couple of full length albums. The first one, Saints & Strangers put him on the map in the Boise music scene and was recorded at the Audio Lab in Garden City with Steve Fulton. The two of them have worked on a number of projects together since and have more planned for the future. The second record, Beloved was recorded at the Audio Lab as well and expanded his collaborative efforts with the help of a some of Boise's talented singers, songwriters and musicians.He has also delved into film, writing and recording songs for the highly acclaimed documentaries Jens Pulver | Driven and Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man. In 2017 he composed and performed the soundtrack for 6 Dynamic Laws For Success in Life, Love & Money which is currently out on the film festival circuit garnering critical acclaim and winning awards.

Currently he has a number of collaborative music and video projects in the works with local bands, musicians, songwriters, actors, models, dancers that will be released through his Patreon page: www.patreon.com/RyanBayneMusic

Join us for food specials, lounge seating and local beer + wine. 

Live at The Bistro is powered by Idaho Songwriters. All shows are FREE and open to all ages

Courtyard by Marriott Boise West/Meridian
1789 South Eagle Road
Meridian, CA 83642

Boise Contemporary Theater's "The Roomate"

Fri, Apr 20

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7 pm Wednesdays-Thursdays and 8 pm, Fridays-Saturdays, April 11-28; 2 pm matinees April 21 and 28. $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays and matinees, $10 Wednesday preview (April 11), $20 Thursday-Friday preview (April 12-13), $16 all student tickets. 208-331-9224.

Boise Contemporary Theater
854 Fulton St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/28/2018

Swan Lake

Fri, Apr 20

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Peter Anastos’ staging of Swan Lake is one of the glories of Ballet Idaho. True love triumphs over evil in this powerful story set to Tchaikovsky’s memorable score. With stunning costumes and sets by David Walker, this spectacular production will captivate and enthrall you. Ballet Idaho is proud to close out its 2017/18 season with the world’s most famous ballet.

Friday, April 20, 2018 at 7:30 pm

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 2 pm

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 7:30 pm

Morrison Center
2201 Cesar Chavez
Boise, Idaho

A poetry reading with Bhanu Kapil

Fri, Apr 20 // 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

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The MFA Reading Series in conjunction with The
Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing
Presents: Bhanu Kapil

Bhanu Kapil is the author of five books, including Ban en Balieue,  Schizophrene, humanimal [a project for future children], Incubation: a Space for Monsters, and The Vertical Interrogation of Strangers. She specializes in cross-genre narrative and poetics and has taught at Naropa University and in Goddard College’s low-residency MFA. She holds an MA from SUNY Brockport and a BA from Loughborough University, UK.

Ming Studios
420 S 6th Street
Boise, Idaho 83702

SWAN LAKE

Fri, Apr 20

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Friday, April 20, 2018 | 7:30 PM

Saturday, April 21, 2018 | 2:00 PM

Saturday, April 21, 2018 | 7:30 PM

TICKET PRICES$38.00 - $58.00 (ticketing fees not included)

Morrison Center
2201 Cesar Chavez
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/21/2018

Stage Coach Theatre "Quartet"

Fri, Apr 20

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Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent, England. Each year, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi’s birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on in this funny and poignant play.

8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19-26; 2 pm April 15 and 22. $15. 208-342-2000 

Stage Coach Theatre
4802 W. Emerald St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/26/2018

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"

Fri, Apr 20

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8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19 and 26; 2 pm April 22 and 28.

$14 general, $11 students and seniors, $16 and $12 at the door, 208-342-5104.

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"
100 E. Fort St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday until 4/28/2018

Saturday, April 21st

Run for Autism 2018

Sat, Apr 21 // 08:00 am to 11:00 am

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Join the Autism Society Treasure Valley for our 17th annual Run For Autism. Create a team, bring your family & friends, or just come along for a lovely riverside run or walk in support of autistic individuals.

8:00am Registration opens9:00am Kids Dash9:15am 5K Run9:30am 2 mile Family Stroll10:30am Raffle prize winners announced

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION PRICES END MARCH 31st

Adult: $22
Child (ages 5-12): $15 [4 and under are free]
Autistic individual: $7
Team/Group (4 or more people): $18

Julia Davis Park
700 S Capital Blvd
Boise, ID 83702

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Sat, Apr 21

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Women - Pillars of Success

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:00 am to 04:00 pm

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The Women-Pillars of Success event provides the perfect forum for professional women and women business owners to network, share expertise, and gain insight into new opportunities and ideas. To highlight the accomplishments of women in business and to enlighten and encourage college and high school girls to reach for their dreams.

Expert speakers will discuss topics of interest to today’s entrepreneur.

Successful business women will inspire with their personal and professional stories.


Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho
315 Stampede Drive
Nampa, ID 83687

Pickin' Boise Vintage Show and Artisan Market

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Mix of vintage, antiques, handmade artisan crafts, jewelry, furniture, signs, soap, garden art, industrial, farmhouse style, more.

9 am to 6 pm April 21 and 10 am to 4 pm April 22. $7 admission.

Expo Idaho
5610 N. Glenwood
Garden City, Idaho

2018 Spring Garden Festival & Plant Sale

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:30 am to 04:00 pm

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Join the University of Idaho Extension Master Gardener Volunteers on April 21st for the 2018 Spring Garden Festival from 9:30 am to 4 pm and choose from over 15 different gardening classes! The cost is $30. There will also be a plant sale to help you get growing! Space is limited, so register early. Call 208-459-6003 for more information and to register.https://www.uidaho.edu/…/county/canyon/horticulture/festival

University of Idaho Extension, Canyon County
501 Main St
Caldwell, Idaho 83605

Capital City Public Market

Sat, Apr 21 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Passover Traditions: Matzoh Brei Brunch!

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Passover is a Jewish holiday during the springtime where unleavened bread, or matzoh, is eaten. During this hands-on program, participants will learn how to prepare matzoh brei, a traditional Passover breakfast dish, similar to french toast. Participants will get to make their own matzoh brei, and top it with several sweet and savory home-made condiments of their choice. Gluten free options available. Recipes to take home and beverages for purchase. Registration ends Thursday, April 19th. Ages 13 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

38th Annual Dollhouse and Miniature Show and Sale

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 05:00 pm

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Treasure Valley's non-profit miniature club, Mini Les Bois, hosts this show featuring artisans and vendors from six states.  They all bring their unique or large selection of dollhouse furniture, accessories and building supplies.  Fairy gardens? You'll find adorable pieces here too!  Members of the community also bring their hand-made creations - room boxes and dioramas to share with the public, hoping to inspire more to enjoy this rapidly growing art form! Come see our small world!  Door prizes and raffle too.  Note that Saturday's show is 10-5, while Sunday's show starts at NOON and ends at 5pm

Best Western Vista Inn
2645 W Airport Way
Boise, ID 83705

BBB's Free Shred Day in Nampa

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Annually, Better Business Bureau® hosts free shredding events called Secure Your ID Day, which provide free, reliable on-site document shredding, electronic recycling and identity theft awareness services. Mobile shredding trucks will be on-site accepting three bags or boxes of unwanted documents. Please note that cardboard and three-ring binders cannot be accepted.

CWI Micron Education Center
5725 E. Franklin Rd.
Nampa, ID 83687

Boeing B-17" "Madras Maiden" Flights and Tours

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 05:00 pm

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Celebrating 73 years since the end of  WWII. Public flights begin in the morning with ground tours in the afternoon. Ground tours are free. Call for flights. 918-340-0243, libertyfoundation.org

Gown Field Airport
Jackson Jet Center FBO
3815 Rickenbacker St.
Boise Idaho

Every day until 4/22/2018

CWI Native Plant Sale

Sat, Apr 21 // 10:00 am to 02:00 pm

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The College of Western Idaho Horticulture and Life Sciences Programs would like to invite you to the sixth annual CWI Native Plant Sale on Saturday April 21st from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the east entrance of the Main Nampa Campus.  

Come out to visit the CWI Native Plant Garden and to explore the diversity of beautiful, low maintenance and water thrifty perennial flowers, forbs and shrubs that are native to Idaho and West. Sale proceeds will be used to fund the production and installation educational signage and plant identification markers within the display.


We will be selling a large variety of native plants ranging from small 2.5 inch pots to mid-sized shrubs and everything in between.

Contact: dustyperkins@cwidaho.cc

College of Western Idaho Nampa Campus Academic Building
5500 E Opportunity Dr
Nampa, ID 83687

Young Child Celebration

Sat, Apr 21 // 11:00 am to 03:00 pm

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Join us for a family-friendly outdoor celebration hosted by The Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children and the Idaho Botanical Garden! This free event focuses on connecting you with quality community resources for young children. Enjoy live music and performances on our celebration stage.  Learn about early literacy, summer camps, fire safety, child care, healthy eating, and much more! Try new gymnastics moves, learn how to cast a fishing line, play musical instruments, and much more! The garden will remain open to visitors during the event.

Idaho Botanical Garden
2355 Old Penitentiary Road
Boise, ID 83712

Week of the Young Child Celebration

Sat, Apr 21 // 11:00 am to 03:00 pm

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Join us for a family-friendly outdoor celebration! This FREE event focuses on connecting you with quality community resources for young children. Enjoy live music and performances on our celebration stage. Idaho AEYC and the Idaho Botanical Garden are partnering to host this celebration! The garden will be open for the community to explore during the event.

Community Resources 
Learn about early literacy, summer camps, fire safety, child care, healthy eating and much more! 

Activities  
Try new gymnastics moves, learn how to cast a fishing line, play musical instruments and much more! 

Idaho Botanical Garden
2355 Old Penitentiary Rd
Boise, Idaho

Wild Hearts Idaho - Field Day!

Sat, Apr 21 // 12:00 pm to 04:00 pm

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Join Wild Hearts Idaho for our first Field Day! Play fun outdoor games, learn about our outdoor adventures and leadership programs, meet our team, and enter to win some awesome prizes! Girls ages 12-18 and parents/guardians welcome for this FREE event. Join us for an afternoon in the sun full of Wild Hearts fun! RSVP is encouraged but not required to attend. RSVP at www.wildheartsidaho.org. 


Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park
500 S. Walnut St.
Boise, ID 83702

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Sat, Apr 21 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Boise Contemporary Theater's "The Roomate"

Sat, Apr 21

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7 pm Wednesdays-Thursdays and 8 pm, Fridays-Saturdays, April 11-28; 2 pm matinees April 21 and 28. $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays and matinees, $10 Wednesday preview (April 11), $20 Thursday-Friday preview (April 12-13), $16 all student tickets. 208-331-9224.

Boise Contemporary Theater
854 Fulton St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/28/2018

Pianist Steven Vanhauwaert

Sat, Apr 21 // 07:00 pm to 10:00 pm

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7 pm

$10-$25 general, $5-$12 children. 208-459-5275

College of Idaho
Jewett Auditorium
Caldwell, Idaho

Stage Coach Theatre "Quartet"

Sat, Apr 21

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Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent, England. Each year, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi’s birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on in this funny and poignant play.

8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19-26; 2 pm April 15 and 22. $15. 208-342-2000 

Stage Coach Theatre
4802 W. Emerald St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/26/2018

Meridian Symphony Orchestra presents "Rising Stars"

Sat, Apr 21 // 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

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Featuring 2018 Young Artists Competition winners Reiko Tachibana and Jake Curtis performing solos with the orchestra, more. 7:30 pm $11 general, $9 seniors/students/military, $4 children. 208-891-2721.

Centennial Performing Arts Center
12400 W McMillian Rd
Boise, Idaho

Sunday, April 22nd

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Sun, Apr 22

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, Apr 22 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, Apr 22 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Middle Earth Day

Sun, Apr 22 // 11:00 am to 03:00 pm

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We've been working hard to bring a bit of The Shire to Boise! Re-POP Gifts is unveiling our latest prop replica, Bilbo Baggins' Hobbit Hole! Inspired by and built to look just like Bilbo's home in the Peter Jackson movies. Join us Sunday, April 22 for an Earth Day celebration featuring refreshments, prizes, free gifts, recycled art, and... HOBBITS! Because Hobbits are great gardeners and love to eat; Free vegetable seed packets while supplies last!Enter our Lord of the Rings / Hobbit Trivia for a chance to win prizes! Come dressed as your favorite Tolkien character and get a 10% discount on your entire purchase! Costume contest @ 1:00 Pose for a photo op at Bilbo's door and browse Hobbit inspired merchandise.

Re-POP Gifts
3107 W State St
Boise, ID 83703

Pug-In Electric Vehicle Car Showand Green InfoFair

Sun, Apr 22 // 12:00 pm to 02:00 pm

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208-287-4600 Free Noon ro 4 pm.

Whole Foods Market is giving away 20 yards of free compost Apirl 19-22, donated by The City of Boise and Republic Services. Showels and burlap bags provided and team members available to assist the self-serve of one to two bags.

Whole Foods Market
401 S Broadway
Boise, Idaho

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Sun, Apr 22 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Stage Coach Theatre "Quartet"

Sun, Apr 22

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Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a home for retired opera singers in Kent, England. Each year, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi’s birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on in this funny and poignant play.

8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19-26; 2 pm April 15 and 22. $15. 208-342-2000 

Stage Coach Theatre
4802 W. Emerald St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/26/2018

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"

Sun, Apr 22

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8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19 and 26; 2 pm April 22 and 28.

$14 general, $11 students and seniors, $16 and $12 at the door, 208-342-5104.

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"
100 E. Fort St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday until 4/28/2018

Monday, April 23rd

Makeiteers

Mon, Apr 23 // 01:30 am to 02:30 am

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Hands-on projects that encompass science, technology, engineering, and math topics (STEM). (ages 8-12)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Mon, Apr 23

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, Apr 23 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, Apr 23 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and children participate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills while moving to music

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, Apr 23 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, Apr 23 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and childrenparticipate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills whilemoving to music! 

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every 7 days until 5/14/2018

Toddler Storytime

Mon, Apr 23 // 11:00 am to 11:30 am

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Enjoy stories,songs, rhymes, and activities in a program designed especially for toddlers. Familiescan stay after the program for some shared play time. 

(Ages 1-3)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Mon, Apr 23 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Tuesday, April 24th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Tue, Apr 24

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, Apr 24 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, Apr 24 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Little Scholars

Tue, Apr 24 // 10:00 am to 11:30 am

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Thisdrop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

(0-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Tue, Apr 24 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Master Food Safety Advisor - Preserve Food - Hybrid Version

Tue, Apr 24

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Master Food Safety Advisor

Learn How to Safely Preserve Food
NEW Hybrid Version
(Online Lecture + Hands-on Labs)


The University of Idaho Extension faculty will be offering a Master Food Safety Advisor certification to anyone that is interested. Participants will learn hands-on how to safely preserve food products. The online modules are due Monday nights and labs will be weekly on Tuesdays at the UI, Ada County Extension office from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Classes start April 10th - May 22nd. The first class will be from 9am -3:00 pm. Participants volunteer 30 hours of service by providing research based food preservation information after completion of the course. This can be completed by answering phone calls, helping during classes, teaching classes, staffing booths, or making displays.


Course Topics:
Canning acid foods (fruits and tomatoes), canning low-acid foods (meats and vegetables), soft spreads, pickling, dehydration, food safety, freezing methods and teaching tips and aids.


Cost:
$140 includes a handbook, reference material, food and supplies used during labs. Refer a friend or family member and both of you will receive a $15 discount. Scholarships are available call for details.


Dates: Tuesdays
April 10th 
9:00 am-3:00 pm
April 17th 
April 24th 
May 1st 
May 8th 
May 15th 
May 22nd 


Hands-on Labs Time: 
12:00-4:00 p.m.


Location: 
University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714


Contact: 
ada@uidaho.edu 
(208) 287-5900

University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714

Every week on Tuesday until 5/22/2018

Afternoon Tea at the Historic Owyhee

Tue, Apr 24 // 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Bring the little ones so they too can dress up for tea time. Gloves and hats will be provided. Finger sandwiches, tea, coffee, hot cocoa, tea cookies will be provided.

Adults $24.99

Children 10 & Under $11.99

EACH TUESDAY | 1:00 PM TIL 3:00 PM

1109 Main Street Ballroom | Boise, Idaho 83702 | Please Call 208.954.4575 or Email bettina@agapecande.com for any questions.

The Agape Event Center
1109 Main Street
Ballroom
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday until 5/29/2018

Afternoon Storytime

Tue, Apr 24 // 01:30 pm to 02:00 pm

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This half hour storytimeintroduces stories, music, and songs, while promoting early literacy skills,gross motor skills, and supporting cognitive and social/emotional development.

(Ages 3-6)

The Tuesday April 24th date is cancelled.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Phishing--Who Might be Reeling Your Identity in?

Tue, Apr 24 // 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm

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Phishing - Who Might Be Reeling Your Identity In? The presentation will cover data vulnerabilities, signs of identity theft, tips for prevention and safeguarding information, and action steps to take if you think your identity has been compromised. 

Presented by Christiane Waters Williamson of the U of  Extension office in conjunction with Money Smart Week! 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

The Nature of Spirit- Missy Cory and Shelley Jund

Tue, Apr 24 // 04:30 pm to 06:30 pm

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The Nature of Spirit- Missy Cory and Shelley Jund

April 22nd- May 27th, 2018

 Inspired by contemplation of the micro- and macrocosm and how each is perceived on physical and spiritual levels, Missy Cory and Shelley Jund are interested in overlapping themes that bridge the gap between art and science. Conceptually, Cory and Jund share common threads throughout their work; however, their interpretations impart their own unique slants.
Cory’s work focuses on the transformative effect of experienced moments and places that shape us by collecting and integrating site-specific photographs, samples and drawings--most recently from geologically significant locations in Idaho, Iceland and Sweden—and working more abstractly with the hazy softness of encaustic. Jund’s work, more illustrative and featuring the glassy sharpness of resin, examines organisms, bones, fossils, and micro/macro phenomena by comparing different physical realms and suggested states of consciousness: the cosmic and a higher frequency; the terrestrial and an earthly, wakeful state; the aquatic and a dreamtime with ancient memories.
In The Nature of Spirit, Cory and Jund demonstrate the possibility of dynamic contrasts between contemplation of systematic, scientific study and more intuitive, spiritual knowledge.

 Exhibition Location
Student Union Trueblood Gallery, Boise State University

 Exhibition Reception
Tuesday April 24th, 2018 4:30 – 6:30 PM

 Event is free and open to the public.
Light refreshments will be served.

 Image Credits: Missy Cory, Inferno Cone, 2017, mixed media on canvas, Shelley Jund, The Dance of Infinity Unfurling, 2018, resin and mixed media on panel

 The Trueblood Gallery is located at 1700 University Drive on the second floor of the Student Union Building. Admission is free to all students, staff, and community members. Parking is available for an hourly fee in metered spaces and in the Lincoln and Brady Garages.

Boise State University Trueblood Gallery
1700 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725

Baby Rhyme Time

Tue, Apr 24 // 05:00 pm to 05:30 pm

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Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Tue, Apr 24 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, Apr 24 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Live at the Bistro: Eric Henderson

Tue, Apr 24 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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Eric Henderson is a 22 year old singer/songwriter originally from Seattle, WA. He moved to Boise in 2013, and there started to focus totally on music. His style can be best described as singer/songwriter, with heavy influence from John Mayer, The Lumineers, and even Jimi Hendrix.Join us for food specials, lounge seating and local beer + wine. 

Live at The Bistro is powered by Idaho Songwriters. 

All shows are FREE and open to all ages.

Courtyard by Marriott Boise West/Meridian
1789 S Eagle Rd
Meridian, ID 83642

Computer Basics

Tue, Apr 24 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! Let us help you make sense of it all. For ages 18+. Topics include: Basic Keyboard Functions,Microsoft Word, Introduction to Facebook, Introduction to Skype and more! Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Financial Health with Wells Fargo

Tue, Apr 24 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Join us for this fun and interactive program as we celebrate Money Smart Week! 

Wells Fargo believes that small changes — even changing One Little Thing℠ — can turn into regular habits that could improve your financial outlook. That’s why we developed our Eight Rules of Thumb to Financial Health. Each begins with a One Little Thing tip to help you get started on your journey.  Join us as we introduce these rules and help you identify steps you can take towards strong financial health.  

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Wednesday, April 25th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Wed, Apr 25

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

James Castle House: A Place Called Home Inaugural Symposium

Wed, Apr 25 // 08:00 am to 08:00 pm

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Join collectors, scholars and curators worldwide for the first symposium centered around internationally recognized Idaho artist, James Castle and his house. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to understand James Castle’s work in the context of the distinctive rural places that were his home. Attendees get an inside look at the re-opening of the James Castle House with all its magic and mystery, as well as a preview of efforts to preserve Castle’s famous Shed studio and Cozy Cottage Trailer. Symposium topics include curating and collecting Castle, how Castle’s work explains deafness and how deafness explains Castle’s work, next trends for artist house museums, and more. Experience the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the Springtime with walkable downtown Boise as your basecamp. Follow along and contribute at #JamesCastleHouse.

Linen Building
1402 W Grove St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/27/2018

James Castle House: A Place Called Home Inaugural Symposium 2018

Wed, Apr 25 // 08:00 am to 10:00 pm

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Wed, Apr 25, 2018, 8:00 AM –

Fri, Apr 27, 2018, 10:00 PM 

Join collectors, scholars and curators worldwide for the first symposium centered around internationally recognized Idaho artist, James Castle and his house. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to understand James Castle’s work in the context of the distinctive rural places that were his home. Attendees get an inside look at the re-opening of the James Castle House with all its magic and mystery, as well as a preview of efforts to preserve Castle’s famous Shed studio and Cozy Cottage Trailer. Symposium topics include curating and collecting Castle, how Castle’s work explains deafness and how deafness explains Castle’s work, next trends for artist house museums, and more. Experience the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the Springtime with walkable downtown Boise as your basecamp. Follow along and contribute at #JamesCastleHouse.

*Only 150 seats available.*

Registration includes:

Private Tour of the James Castle House (pre-opening)

Symposium Presentations and Panel Discussions

Keynote Luncheon with Nicholas Bell

Cocktail Reception at the James Castle Collection & Archive

Citywide Castle Exhibitions and Film Screening

Community Party at the Egyptian Theatre

$100 discount for students, educators, and seniors *

*Email artsandhistory@cityofboise.org for details


Idaho

Every day until 4/27/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, Apr 25 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, Apr 25 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Baby Rhyme Time

Wed, Apr 25 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

More info Less info

Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Preschool Art

Wed, Apr 25 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Browse our collection while your preschooler creates beautiful art based on fundamental art principles.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Wed, Apr 25 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Video Game Challenge

Wed, Apr 25 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Open play on Wii and X-Box consoles

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Wed, Apr 25 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

More info Less info

Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Hula- The Heartbeat of Hawai'i

Wed, Apr 25 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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It is said that hula is the heartbeat of Hawai'i and tells the stories of life. This program will give a glimpse into the Hawai'ian culture including background, history, and basic steps. Ages 13 and up. *This is a 5 week course.

JUMP
1000 W. Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Wednesday

Coding for Kids & Teens

Wed, Apr 25 // 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

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Learn real-world coding techniques using Scratch. (Ages 10-19.) Questions? Contact Derek at dramos@adalib.org.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Boise Contemporary Theater's "The Roomate"

Wed, Apr 25

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7 pm Wednesdays-Thursdays and 8 pm, Fridays-Saturdays, April 11-28; 2 pm matinees April 21 and 28. $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays and matinees, $10 Wednesday preview (April 11), $20 Thursday-Friday preview (April 12-13), $16 all student tickets. 208-331-9224.

Boise Contemporary Theater
854 Fulton St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/28/2018

Readings and Conversations with Katherine Boo

Wed, Apr 25 // 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

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Katherine Boo is a staff writer at The New Yorkerand a former reporter and editor for The Washington Post. She learned to report at the alternative weekly, Washington City Paper, after which she worked as a writer and co-editor of The Washington Monthly magazine. Over the years, her reporting from disadvantaged communities has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize, a MacArthur “Genius” grant, and a National Magazine Award for Feature Writing. Boo continues her quest to give voice to those without one in her New York Timesbestselling book Behind the Beautiful Forevers, which was a finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize. For the last decade, she has divided her time between the United States and India, the birthplace of her husband, Sunil Khilnani.

The Egyptian Theatre
700 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83705

Thursday, April 26th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Thu, Apr 26

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

James Castle House: A Place Called Home Inaugural Symposium

Thu, Apr 26 // 08:00 am to 08:00 pm

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Join collectors, scholars and curators worldwide for the first symposium centered around internationally recognized Idaho artist, James Castle and his house. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to understand James Castle’s work in the context of the distinctive rural places that were his home. Attendees get an inside look at the re-opening of the James Castle House with all its magic and mystery, as well as a preview of efforts to preserve Castle’s famous Shed studio and Cozy Cottage Trailer. Symposium topics include curating and collecting Castle, how Castle’s work explains deafness and how deafness explains Castle’s work, next trends for artist house museums, and more. Experience the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the Springtime with walkable downtown Boise as your basecamp. Follow along and contribute at #JamesCastleHouse.

Linen Building
1402 W Grove St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/27/2018

James Castle House: A Place Called Home Inaugural Symposium 2018

Thu, Apr 26 // 08:00 am to 10:00 pm

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Wed, Apr 25, 2018, 8:00 AM –

Fri, Apr 27, 2018, 10:00 PM 

Join collectors, scholars and curators worldwide for the first symposium centered around internationally recognized Idaho artist, James Castle and his house. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to understand James Castle’s work in the context of the distinctive rural places that were his home. Attendees get an inside look at the re-opening of the James Castle House with all its magic and mystery, as well as a preview of efforts to preserve Castle’s famous Shed studio and Cozy Cottage Trailer. Symposium topics include curating and collecting Castle, how Castle’s work explains deafness and how deafness explains Castle’s work, next trends for artist house museums, and more. Experience the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the Springtime with walkable downtown Boise as your basecamp. Follow along and contribute at #JamesCastleHouse.

*Only 150 seats available.*

Registration includes:

Private Tour of the James Castle House (pre-opening)

Symposium Presentations and Panel Discussions

Keynote Luncheon with Nicholas Bell

Cocktail Reception at the James Castle Collection & Archive

Citywide Castle Exhibitions and Film Screening

Community Party at the Egyptian Theatre

$100 discount for students, educators, and seniors *

*Email artsandhistory@cityofboise.org for details


Idaho

Every day until 4/27/2018

Tiny Tot Dance a Lot January

Thu, Apr 26 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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When: Thursdays-January 11, 18, and 25 from 9:15-10:00am.

Toddlers and adults will love dancing, socializing, learning, and having fun together in this class! It is a gentle and welcoming introduction to a classroom environment for little ones, while adults enjoy visiting with other parents, boogieing, and bonding with their toddlers. Everyone will benefit from the BrainDance and enjoy a balance of structured dance games and opportunities for free and expressive movement. Walking to 3 years old with parent. *Registration is per child.

Where: JUMP Move Studio on the fifth floor, take a right out of the elevators.

Cost: Purchasae all 3 weeks at a discounted price of $30 or $13 for single ticket. Drop-ins at the door are welcome too. 

What to Expect: Wear clothes you can move in and bring a water bottle. We have limited changing room space and do not have lockers for personal items at the moment so please plan accordingly. Check our FAQs below for any further questions.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Thu, Apr 26 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Thu, Apr 26 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Preschool Storytime

Thu, Apr 26 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Bring your preschoolers fora morning of stories, music, and songs, followed by a fun craft! This programpromotes early literacy skills that will help them be successful inKindergarten and beyond. 

(Ages 2-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Thu, Apr 26 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Money Smart Preschool Storytime

Thu, Apr 26 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Join us for this special storytime where we teach little ones the building blocks of basic financial literacy. The University of Idaho Extension Office will be on hand for a fun learning activity as a part of our Money Smart Week Programming!  

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Culture & Brand Camp

Thu, Apr 26 // 02:30 pm to 06:00 pm

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By having a happy, healthy culture, you can create a positive brand experience for your customers or patrons that will make them come back for more! Join us for the Culture & Brand Camp! Peppershock Media has selected and partnered with an awesome group of leaders to inspire you and your team, enhance your culture, and give you the tools to navigate your way into building an exceptional brand and bottom line.

Speakers:

-Rhea Allen, President/CEO of Peppershock Media

-Megan Bryant, Co-Founder/Improv Instructor at Zip Zap Zop 

-Sheli G, CEO of Women Ignite International

-Dan Harrington, CEO of NLP Secure/MaxGiving

-Chris Taylor, Co-Founder/CEO of Fisher's Technology

Who should attend? Humans that lead a team!

Workshop: 2:30–5PM

Happy Hour: 5–6PM


Pricing:

-Early-Bird Pricing: $39

-Regular Pricing: $66

-Non-Profit Discount: 10% off. Use code: NONPROF

MaxGiving Headquarters
7253 Franklin Rd
Boise, ID 83709

Woodsmoke: Artist Talks

Thu, Apr 26 // 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm

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Join Boise City Department of Arts & History at Ming Studios for an evening with Troy Passey and J. Reuben Appelman as they present insights into the creation of Woodsmoke: Reflections on Place, After James Castle, a new book of art and poetry inspired by the James Castle House.  Taking place in an immersive exhibition of works from the book, this event comprises selected readings and an artist talk, in which Passey and Appelman will reflect on their exploration of the house’s architecture and history, and the experience of capturing the character of the house in a complex portrait of place.  This event is part of a month-long exhibition celebrating the James Castle House, which opens to the public April 28, 2018. More information: jamescastlehouse.org Follow along at #jamescastlehouse

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Afterschool Hangout

Thu, Apr 26 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Come in for great activities every week. Whatever we’re doing, there’s never a dull moment at the Hangout. (Ages 8-12) 1st week: Games 2nd week: Cooking 3rd week: Crafts 4th week: Science

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Thu, Apr 26 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Bob Rossi Paint Night

Thu, Apr 26 // 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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Channel your inner Bob Ross while also sipping on your favorite Carlos Rossi, or other wine of choice, and make those happy trees even happier! You can do this even if you have never picked up a brush in your life. Bob Ross has made this wonderful medium accessible to literally anyone through his simple methods and relaxing teaching style. Join Sherry Pence a real Certified Bob Ross instructor and walk away with your very own landscape masterpiece. Registration ends April 25th. Ages 21 and up.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Yoga with Martha

Thu, Apr 26 // 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Join certified Yoga Teacher, Martha, for this gentle, invigorating, relaxing, and FREE all-levels Yoga Basics Class. Martha will teach you how to tap into your breath, make poses your own, and show that it's never too late to learn and love Yoga. Mats provided. Must be 18 or older to participate. Call Molly at 362-0181 ext. 135 or email at mkumar@adalib.org to secure your spot today!  

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

English Conversation Club

Thu, Apr 26 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you an English Language Learner looking for a welcoming, fun, non-judgmental space to practice your English? Come talk with us at the English Conversation Club! 

Meridian Library on Cherry Lane
1326 W. Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642

Every week on Thursday

James Castle House: Opening Party & Community Film Screening

Thu, Apr 26 // 07:00 pm to 09:30 pm

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Join Boise City Mayor David Bieter for a community party and film screening to celebrate the opening of the James Castle House, where internationally recognized, Idaho-born artist James Castle lived, worked and expanded his extensive body of visual art. The event will include opening remarks by Mayor Bieter, the making of the James Castle House with Boise’s department of Arts & History Cultural Sites Manager Rachel Reichert and Architect Byron Folwell, followed by Jeffrey Wolf's film "James Castle: Portrait of an Artist" that will explore Castle's truly inspirational life and art. Emcee: Jodi Eichelberger, Story Story Night. Music by Hillfolk Noir.

Free and open to public. Reservation required through Eventbrite.

More information: www.jamescastlehouse.org. Follow along at #jamescastlehouse

Egyptian Theatre
700 West Main Street
Boise, ID 83702

Boise Contemporary Theater's "The Roomate"

Thu, Apr 26

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7 pm Wednesdays-Thursdays and 8 pm, Fridays-Saturdays, April 11-28; 2 pm matinees April 21 and 28. $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays and matinees, $10 Wednesday preview (April 11), $20 Thursday-Friday preview (April 12-13), $16 all student tickets. 208-331-9224.

Boise Contemporary Theater
854 Fulton St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/28/2018

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"

Thu, Apr 26

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8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19 and 26; 2 pm April 22 and 28.

$14 general, $11 students and seniors, $16 and $12 at the door, 208-342-5104.

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"
100 E. Fort St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday until 4/28/2018

Friday, April 27th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Fri, Apr 27

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, Apr 27 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, Apr 27 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Tai Chi

Fri, Apr 27 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Tai Chi reduces stress and increases balance and flexibility. Come learn this gentle martial art from a trained instructor.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/25/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, Apr 27 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

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Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, Apr 27 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Puppet Show

Fri, Apr 27 // 04:30 pm to 05:00 pm

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Tomorrow is opening night at Husky Ham Theatre, and Fairy Director has her hands full as she tries to wrangle an unruly troupe of actors.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Woodsmoke Exhibition

Fri, Apr 27 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Woodsmoke Troy Passey / J. Reuben Appelman

Join the Boise City Department of Arts & History for an immersive exhibition comprising art and poetry from Woodsmoke, a new book by artist Troy Passey and writer J. Reuben Appelman. Their work reflects the contemplation of place and space surrounding the home of American artist James Castle through the exploration of the house’s interior, exterior, and landscapes original to Castle’s time on the site. This exhibition presents Passey’s and Appelman’s impressions of the passage of time, history, memory, and architecture and offers the viewer a glimpse into the character of 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho. 

OPENING EVENT April 5, 5-8 PM 

EXHIBITION April 5-28, 2018 

ARTIST TALKS April 13, 6-7 & April 26, 3-5 PM

MING Studios
420 S. 6th St
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 4/28/2018

Live at the Bistro: Kelly Lynae & Justin Ness

Fri, Apr 27 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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Join us for food specials, lounge seating and local beer + wine. 

Live at The Bistro is powered by Idaho Songwriters. All shows are FREE and open to all ages.

Courtyard by Marriott Boise West/Meridian
1789 S Eagle Rd
Meridian, CA 83642

Boise Contemporary Theater's "The Roomate"

Fri, Apr 27

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7 pm Wednesdays-Thursdays and 8 pm, Fridays-Saturdays, April 11-28; 2 pm matinees April 21 and 28. $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays and matinees, $10 Wednesday preview (April 11), $20 Thursday-Friday preview (April 12-13), $16 all student tickets. 208-331-9224.

Boise Contemporary Theater
854 Fulton St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 4/28/2018

The 8th Annual Sprout Film Festival presented by The Arc Idaho

Fri, Apr 27 // 07:00 pm to 10:00 pm

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The Sprout Film Festival focuses exclusively on films that celebrate the diverse lives and creativity of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and strives to challenge assumptions and breakdown stereotypes. By introducing powerful, thought-provoking films from around the world to new and ever-more inclusive audiences, we hope to promote greater acceptance, celebrate difference and light the spark to help make the invisible, visible. 

Sprout Trailer

https://vimeo.com/262443566

Join us in watching some amazing films and raising awareness about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You won’t want to miss this inspiring, heartwarming event!

Tickets are $10.00 general admission, $8.00 seniors, students, and people with disabilities. Available through The Arc or The Egyptian Theatre.

The Egyptian Theatre
500 W Main
Boise, ID 83702

Sandy Stern- A life in Film

Fri, Apr 27 // 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

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The MFA Reading Series in conjunction with The Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing Presents:

Sandy Stern is an acclaimed film producer best known for his work on Velvet Goldmine, Saved!, and Being John Malkovich, a cult classic which won numerous awards, including the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature and the Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Screenplay. Stern founded the production company Single Cell with R.E.M. lead singer Michael Stipe and actor Sean Penn. His most recent films include Class Rank and The Philosophy of Phil.

Boise State University Student Union Building Hatch A Ballroom
1700 University Drive
Boise, Idaho 83725

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"

Fri, Apr 27

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8 pm April 13-14, 20-21, 27-28; 7:30 pm April 19 and 26; 2 pm April 22 and 28.

$14 general, $11 students and seniors, $16 and $12 at the door, 208-342-5104.

Boise Little Theater's "Death of a Salesman"
100 E. Fort St.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday until 4/28/2018

Burlesque Show -Sweet Saloon by the Glitterati Gals

Fri, Apr 27 // 09:00 pm to 11:30 pm

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Join us for a clash of sweet treats and the old west! The gals will be boot scootin' and boogieing the night away. Taste our treats and watch us shake our sweets! Make it a date night or bring your friends! There will be games, raffles and much more! Doors open at 8 pm show starts at 9 pm. 

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Saturday, April 28th

Help 4H Ada county Kids at their 6th annual BENEFIT Dinner

Sat, Apr 28 // 05:30 am to 09:00 am

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Kleiner Park, Center at the Park
1920 N Records Ave
Meridian , idaho 83642

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Sat, Apr 28

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, Apr 28 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, Apr 28 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Kuna Farmers Market

Sat, Apr 28 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Kuna Famers Market
Main Street and Linder
Kuna, Idaho

Every week on Saturday for 23 times

Capital City Public Market

Sat, Apr 28 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, Apr 28 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Spring Wildlife Celebration

Sat, Apr 28 // 10:00 am to 04:00 pm

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Family Friendly Event with live bird presentations, wildlife
themed education tables, activities and games, a hunting dog demonstration and
more!

$3 per person (ages 3 and over)

For questions, contact Sue Dudley: sue.dudley@idfg.idaho.gov
or 208-287-2900

Idaho Fish and Game MK Nature Center
600 S. Walnut Street
Boise, ID 83712

Yoga for Kids

Sat, Apr 28

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This playful, energy-releasing class encourages self-expression as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques. Mats provided or bring your own. (Ages 4-10) Saturday Sessions: April 7 & 28, May 5 & 26, 11:15-12:15 am

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

James Castle House: Public Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Sat, Apr 28 // 12:00 pm to 06:00 pm

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Joined by Boise City Mayor David Bieter, City of Boise representatives and members of the neighborhood, the Boise City Department of Arts & History will hold a public opening and ceremonial ribbon cutting at 5015 Eugene Street in Boise marking the official opening of the James Castle House. The event will include remarks by Mayor Bieter at 12 PM, tours of the property, Castle art on exhibit, art workshops, and General Store Castle-inspired products for sale. Members of the public of all ages are welcome to attend.

Free and
open to public.

More information: www.jamescastlehouse.org. Follow along at
#jamescastlehouse

James Castle House
5015 Eugene Street
Boise , ID 83703

All Ages Comedy Show

Sat, Apr 28 // 08:00 pm to 10:00 pm

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Looking for something fun and exciting to do with your family? Need a new idea for date night? Come laugh with us April 28th! Recycled Minds Comedy offers family friendly comedy that’s based off of your suggestions! That’s right! You create the show with us! Make some memories with your family! Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8. Tickets are $10 and kids 5-12 get in for $5. Tickets can be purchased online at www.RecycledMindsComedy.com/Shows.

The HUB Student Center
1408 W State St.
Boise, ID 83702

Sunday, April 29th

Idaho Craft Beer Month

Sun, Apr 29

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Pints up, craft beer fans! It’s beer season in Idaho.

Celebrate April with beer dinners, pairing events and tap takeovers designed to showcase the delicious fermentation Idaho brewers craft each year. Keep scrolling to find events throughout the state, and tag your photos of Idaho beer with #PintsUpIdaho!

Boise Breweries
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 4/30/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, Apr 29 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

4th Annual Pooch Pageant

Sun, Apr 29 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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We are proud to announce our  Family Friendly Event. The 2018 Pooch Pageant (Doggy Beauty Pageant) benefiting the Idaho Humane Society's Pet Food Pantry.  Check out our new website poochpageantboise.com This year we are looking for Sponsors, Vendor's, Contestants, and Attendees.  This is an all day event. April 29th Vendor's and entertainment from 10am-6pm with the pageant from 1-4 to register your pooch to compete  go to the website and sign up. This year we will have our 2 groups. "Natural" will be your pooch with collar and leash only. These pooches pass up the glamour and glitz to show you Natural is the way they roll. "Glitz" you can go all out. Dress up your pooch as much as you want you can dress up to. Be as creative as you like. In both groups 1st and 2nd runner up will receive a trophy and sash. The supreme winners in each group along with people's choice and our Ultimate Grand Supreme will receive a Crown, Trophy, Sash and prize package with custom Tote. We have over 15 side awards. Last year we had over $2000 in prizes and awards. All contestants (Pooches) will receive a swag bag. We have limited spots so sign up today. We are also taking nominations for Pooch of the Year. Tell us why your pooch deserves the tittle. The entry  for Pooch of the Year is free. You can email your essay.  For more information you can contact Laura at 208-371-5209 or email  poochpageantboise@gmail.com We will announce the winner at this year's pageant.  We are accepting donations of Pet Food at the event. All money and pet food raised will go to the Idaho Humane Society's Pet Food Pantry Admission $5 with a donation of pet food. (We are in need of cat food, treats,  and litter)

Wyndham garden inn Boise
3300 S. Vista ave
Boise , Idaho 83705

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, Apr 29 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Contemporary Instrumental Concert Series

Sun, Apr 29 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC SERIES & "EVERY MOMENT" CD RELEASE SHOW This is the first in what will be an ongoing concert series in the Boise area, featuring Contemporary Instrumental music composed and performed by your favorite local artists in the Pacific Northwest. This is also Joseph L Young's CD Release Show for his new saxophone album "Every Moment". You will hear the musicians share the stories behind their original compostitions, and listen to the music as it was meant to be heard, up close and personal. You will have an opportunity to mingle with the artists during the intermission and after the concert. That is what makes a small venue concert such a special experience. Additionally, you can take the music home as a souvenir because there will be CDs and Sheet Music available for sale. Learn more about the artists- www.lynntredeau.com www.josephlyoung.com *Advance ticket puchase is $10. At the door $15. *Free parking in the reserved recital parking. Use Recital Hall entrance to the left of the main entrance. *Questions? Send an Email to either: lynn@lynntredeau.com or jyoung@josephlyoung.com

Welch Music Center
12516 W Fairview Ave
Boise, ID 83713

Monday, April 30th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, Apr 30 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, Apr 30 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and children participate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills while moving to music

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, Apr 30 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, Apr 30 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and childrenparticipate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills whilemoving to music! 

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every 7 days until 5/14/2018

Toddler Storytime

Mon, Apr 30 // 11:00 am to 11:30 am

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Enjoy stories,songs, rhymes, and activities in a program designed especially for toddlers. Familiescan stay after the program for some shared play time. 

(Ages 1-3)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Boise Phil Youth Orchestra Spring Concert

Mon, Apr 30 // 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Enjoy a family-friendly orchestra concert featuring some of the Treasure Valley's most talented young musicians! Under the baton of energetic Interim Director Jen Drake, the Youth Orchestra will perform selections for Stravinsky’s "Firebird", Johann Strauss Jr’s “Thunder and Lightning Polka" and Ferdinand David's "Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra", with soloist Jackson Murphy. Advance Tickets are $8 per person, or $35 for families of five or more.

Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
2201 W Cesar Chavez Ln
Boise, ID 83725

May 2018

Tuesday, May 1st

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, May 01 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, May 01 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Little Scholars

Tue, May 01 // 10:00 am to 11:30 am

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Thisdrop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

(0-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Tue, May 01 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Little Scholars: Eat Play Grow

Tue, May 01 // 10:00 am to 11:30 am

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergarten by helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while building confidence and independence. Join us for a special series of programs focused on early childhood health. Topics include: I Love Veggies (April 10), My Five Senses (April 17), Fabulous Fruits (April 24), Healthy Beverages (May 1), Smart Sleep (May 8) & Family Meal (May 15). Free books included! (ages 0-5)

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Master Food Safety Advisor - Preserve Food - Hybrid Version

Tue, May 01

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Master Food Safety Advisor

Learn How to Safely Preserve Food
NEW Hybrid Version
(Online Lecture + Hands-on Labs)


The University of Idaho Extension faculty will be offering a Master Food Safety Advisor certification to anyone that is interested. Participants will learn hands-on how to safely preserve food products. The online modules are due Monday nights and labs will be weekly on Tuesdays at the UI, Ada County Extension office from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Classes start April 10th - May 22nd. The first class will be from 9am -3:00 pm. Participants volunteer 30 hours of service by providing research based food preservation information after completion of the course. This can be completed by answering phone calls, helping during classes, teaching classes, staffing booths, or making displays.


Course Topics:
Canning acid foods (fruits and tomatoes), canning low-acid foods (meats and vegetables), soft spreads, pickling, dehydration, food safety, freezing methods and teaching tips and aids.


Cost:
$140 includes a handbook, reference material, food and supplies used during labs. Refer a friend or family member and both of you will receive a $15 discount. Scholarships are available call for details.


Dates: Tuesdays
April 10th 
9:00 am-3:00 pm
April 17th 
April 24th 
May 1st 
May 8th 
May 15th 
May 22nd 


Hands-on Labs Time: 
12:00-4:00 p.m.


Location: 
University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714


Contact: 
ada@uidaho.edu 
(208) 287-5900

University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714

Every week on Tuesday until 5/22/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Tue, May 01 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Afternoon Tea at the Historic Owyhee

Tue, May 01 // 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Bring the little ones so they too can dress up for tea time. Gloves and hats will be provided. Finger sandwiches, tea, coffee, hot cocoa, tea cookies will be provided.

Adults $24.99

Children 10 & Under $11.99

EACH TUESDAY | 1:00 PM TIL 3:00 PM

1109 Main Street Ballroom | Boise, Idaho 83702 | Please Call 208.954.4575 or Email bettina@agapecande.com for any questions.

The Agape Event Center
1109 Main Street
Ballroom
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday until 5/29/2018

Afternoon Storytime

Tue, May 01 // 01:30 pm to 02:00 pm

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This half hour storytimeintroduces stories, music, and songs, while promoting early literacy skills,gross motor skills, and supporting cognitive and social/emotional development.

(Ages 3-6)

The Tuesday April 24th date is cancelled.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

First Thursday

Tue, May 01 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every month on the 1st until 12/6/2018

Baby Rhyme Time

Tue, May 01 // 05:00 pm to 05:30 pm

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Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, May 01 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Somali Culture & Cuisine with Global Gardens

Tue, May 01 // 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Global Gardens is excited to introduce refugee entrepreneurs Amina Mohamud and her son, Chubangu Mnongerwa, who will guide us through the preparation of the sambusa, a traditional African pastry filled with meat or vegetables. In this hands-on program, participants will learn how to make their own sambusas, and then we will enjoy a shared meal together featuring other East African foods. Recipes to take home and beverages for purchase. Registration ends Sunday, April 29th. Ages 13 and up.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Story Story Studio

Tue, May 01 // 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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What makes a great story? And how do you tell one that makes people hang on to every word? Learn the basics of true, live storytelling with Story Story Night. Our experienced Studio guides will walk you through choosing a story, building a storyline, and creating compelling scenes paced for maximum impact. This intro to live storytelling will give you a toolkit to start transforming your personal stories into a captivating tell-all and build confidence with public speaking. All ages with parent. $15

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Computer Basics

Tue, May 01 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! Let us help you make sense of it all. For ages 18+. Topics include: Basic Keyboard Functions,Microsoft Word, Introduction to Facebook, Introduction to Skype and more! Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Computer Basics

Tue, May 01 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! This bi-monthly program let's us help you make sense of it all. For the month of May, we will be covering online research for beginners and online privacy.  For ages 18+. Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/16/2018

Wednesday, May 2nd

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, May 02 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, May 02 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Baby Rhyme Time

Wed, May 02 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Preschool Art

Wed, May 02 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Browse our collection while your preschooler creates beautiful art based on fundamental art principles.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Wed, May 02 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Video Game Challenge

Wed, May 02 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Open play on Wii and X-Box consoles

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Honoring Choices: Advance Care Planning Conversation

Wed, May 02 // 06:00 pm to 07:30 pm

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What if a sudden illness or injury left you unable to speak for yourself? Who would you want to speak for you? What would you want them to know about your values and wishes?

Advance care planning is a process that helps you:• Think about your health care values and goals
• Consider health care choices you may have to make in the future
• Talk about your choices with your doctor and your loved ones
• Make a written plan for the future (advance directive)

Join Honoring Choices® Idaho facilitators, in thought-provoking conversation to help make your wishes known. Learn vocabulary, reflect on your values, choose a healthcare agent, explore goals for treatment, and take the first steps toward completing an advance directive.

Ages 18 and up.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Hula- The Heartbeat of Hawai'i

Wed, May 02 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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It is said that hula is the heartbeat of Hawai'i and tells the stories of life. This program will give a glimpse into the Hawai'ian culture including background, history, and basic steps. Ages 13 and up. *This is a 5 week course.

JUMP
1000 W. Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Wednesday

Coding for Kids & Teens

Wed, May 02 // 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

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Learn real-world coding techniques using Scratch. (Ages 10-19.) Questions? Contact Derek at dramos@adalib.org.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Thursday, May 3rd

Gear & Beer

Thu, May 03

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Lone Cone is selling top quality outdoor gear, footwear, and apparel at up to 80% off retail prices during our 3-day flash sale. No, that isn’t a typo. Brands include NEMO, Big Agnes, Darn Tough, La Sportiva, Arc’Teryx, Toad&Co, Badlands and more. We’ll even throw in a free beer with your purchase, because we really like you.

Find and follow Lone Cone on Facebook for more information and to get a sneak peek at the goodies.

Lone Cone
206 S 3rd St
Boise, ID 83702

Idaho Gives

Thu, May 03

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Idaho Gives – a program of the Idaho Nonprofit Center – is designed to bring the state together, raising money and awareness for Idaho nonprofits. This 24-hour day of online giving takes place on May 3rd 2018.

IdahoGives.org provides an easy-to-use platform for donors to search, support and donate to Idaho nonprofits.

Tiny Tot Dance a Lot January

Thu, May 03 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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When: Thursdays-January 11, 18, and 25 from 9:15-10:00am.

Toddlers and adults will love dancing, socializing, learning, and having fun together in this class! It is a gentle and welcoming introduction to a classroom environment for little ones, while adults enjoy visiting with other parents, boogieing, and bonding with their toddlers. Everyone will benefit from the BrainDance and enjoy a balance of structured dance games and opportunities for free and expressive movement. Walking to 3 years old with parent. *Registration is per child.

Where: JUMP Move Studio on the fifth floor, take a right out of the elevators.

Cost: Purchasae all 3 weeks at a discounted price of $30 or $13 for single ticket. Drop-ins at the door are welcome too. 

What to Expect: Wear clothes you can move in and bring a water bottle. We have limited changing room space and do not have lockers for personal items at the moment so please plan accordingly. Check our FAQs below for any further questions.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Thu, May 03 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Thu, May 03 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Preschool Storytime

Thu, May 03 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Bring your preschoolers fora morning of stories, music, and songs, followed by a fun craft! This programpromotes early literacy skills that will help them be successful inKindergarten and beyond. 

(Ages 2-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Thu, May 03 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

National Day of Prayer

Thu, May 03 // 12:00 pm to 01:15 pm

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Please join us for this family friendly, interdenominational public prayer and worship event. Idaho State Treasurer Ron Crane will be the Master of Ceremonies. Mark Thornton and his team from Capital Christian Center will lead us in singing. Jonny Bryan, Youth Pastor from Harvest Church will give a short talk on Revival. Other Community leaders will lead us in prayer for specific categories of our society, such as the Honorable Justice Daniel Eismann of the Idaho Supreme Court will be praying for Government.

Idaho State Capital
700 W. Jefferson St.
Boise, Id

Fit and Fall Proof

Thu, May 03 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Afterschool Hangout

Thu, May 03 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Come in for great activities every week. Whatever we’re doing, there’s never a dull moment at the Hangout. (Ages 8-12) 1st week: Games 2nd week: Cooking 3rd week: Crafts 4th week: Science

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

First Thursday

Thu, May 03 // 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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Be Downtown each First Thursday! From 5:00pm-9:00pm the first Thursday of each month experience in-store entertainment, tastings, local art and LOTS of special events. Roving entertainment is thanks to our partners at Food Services of America and the DBA. Search events below or grab a Boise Weekly. See friends, have fun and enjoy the energy of First Thursday!

Downtown Boise
Boise, ID 83702

Every month on the 1st Thursday

Zee's First Thursday

Thu, May 03 // 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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October First Thursday!

Enjoy the Fall weather from the Penthouse Rooftop Patio for First Thursday. A portion of sales will go to support Corks For A Cure. Bring in a bag of corks and recieve a Drink on the House*. 

Dinner menu available, local beer and wine served.Douglas Cameron and crew will be jamming outside.

* One complimentary drink per patron with bag of corks.

Zee's Rooftop
250 South 5th Street
9th Floor Penthouse
Boise, ID 83702

Every month on the 1st Thursday

Policy Pub: Public Lands

Thu, May 03 // 05:30 pm to 06:30 pm

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Public Lands Topic of May 3 Policy Pub Speaker Series 

The University of Idaho’s James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research will present Policy Pub: Public Lands, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 3, at Pengilly’s, 513 W. Main Street, Boise.

 

The discussion panelists are Tim Murphy, former Bureau of Land Management director for Idaho; Dennis Becker, U of I professor and Policy Analysis Group director; and John Freemuth, Boise State University Distinguished Professor and Andrus Center executive director. McClure Center Director Katherine Himes will moderate the discussion.

 

The McClure Center conducts research and provides reliable nonpartisan information on critical issues facing the state, region, nation and world. Policy Pub is designed to engage Idahoans through stimulating conversations on a variety of policy topics. The upcoming Policy Pub will focus on challenges facing public lands in Idaho and beyond.
 

Each panelist will define the various types of public lands, talk about their work with public lands, and showcase perspectives and experiences from around the Gem State and nation. Their remarks will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience. This will be the last Policy Pub until the series resumes in the fall.

 

About the University of Idaho

The University of Idaho, home of the Vandals, is Idaho’s land-grant, national research university. From its residential campus in Moscow, U of I serves the state of Idaho through educational centers in Boise, Coeur d’Alene and Idaho Falls, a research and Extension center in Twin Falls, plus Extension offices in 42 counties. Home to more than 12,000 students statewide, U of I is a leader in student-centered learning and excels at interdisciplinary research, service to businesses and communities, and in advancing diversity, citizenship and global outreach. U of I competes in the Big Sky Conference and Sun Belt Conference. Learn more at www.uidaho.edu.

 

Media Contact:
Katherine Himes

Director, James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research

208-364-4549

katherinehimes@uidaho.edu
 

Pengilly's
513 West Main Street
Boise, ID 83702

DaVinci Resolve Color Correction

Thu, May 03 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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What do cinema, television and independent film production all have in common? All of it is color corrected and graded to bring the production to “life” with color. In this DaVinci Resolve Color Grading and Correction Workshop you’ll see how it’s done and also gain valuable insight into the powerful role color plays in cinema and in our lives.

DaVinci Resolve is renowned and respected in the cinema industry as one of the top finishing programs colorists use today. JUMP is excited to offer an opportunity to have a hands-on experience exploring DaVinci in an open collaborative workshop setting. Only ten spaces available, ages 15 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Yoga with Martha

Thu, May 03 // 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Join certified Yoga Teacher, Martha, for this gentle, invigorating, relaxing, and FREE all-levels Yoga Basics Class. Martha will teach you how to tap into your breath, make poses your own, and show that it's never too late to learn and love Yoga. Mats provided. Must be 18 or older to participate. Call Molly at 362-0181 ext. 135 or email at mkumar@adalib.org to secure your spot today!  

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

English Conversation Club

Thu, May 03 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you an English Language Learner looking for a welcoming, fun, non-judgmental space to practice your English? Come talk with us at the English Conversation Club! 

Meridian Library on Cherry Lane
1326 W. Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642

Every week on Thursday

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Thu, May 03 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

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“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Friday, May 4th

Drink One for Dane

Fri, May 04

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On Friday, May 4th 100% net sales at all Dutch Bros locations will benefit MDA ALS research! 

Dutch Bros
All Locations
ID

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, May 04 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, May 04 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Tai Chi

Fri, May 04 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Tai Chi reduces stress and increases balance and flexibility. Come learn this gentle martial art from a trained instructor.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/25/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, May 04 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

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Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, May 04 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

May the 4th Be With You!

Fri, May 04 // 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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Travel to a galaxy far far away as we learn how to make hearty Bantha Bites! In this hands-on program, we will each get to make blue milk Bantha biscuits from scratch and then use that dough to wrap up a dinner sized portion of a savory roast Bantha - a delicious meal fit for any Jedi. Then, wash it all down with a tall glass of Yoda Soda. Ages 10 and up. This meal includes wheat, dairy, and beef. Recipes to take home and beverages for purchase. Registration ends Wednesday, May 2nd.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Fri, May 04 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

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“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Saturday, May 5th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, May 05 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Plogging Boise - Fun Run/Walk

Sat, May 05 // 09:00 am to 11:00 am

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Plogging Boise - Fun Run/Walk

Date: 5/5/2018
Time: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Starting Point: Ann Morrison Old Timer’s Shelter or anywhere in Boise
Ending Point: Ann Morrison Old Timer’s Shelter

Cost: Free

Registration: 

Please email carsten.white@american-national.com  the names and emails of everyone who is participating in your group.  Registration is not mandatory but we would like an accurate head count of participants before the event so we can prepare refreshments and supplies.

Definition of Plogging: Combination of the word “Jogging” and the Swedish Phrase “Plocka Upp” which means pick up.  Jogging while picking up garbage.

Description of Event:   
This event is about giving back to our city by keeping it clean and getting some exercise in while doing it.    It is not a race.  Walk, run, jog, bike, drive or skip your way to picking up garbage.  The goal is to collect as much garbage as possible in 2 hours and then meet back at the starting point to weigh the garbage that has been collected.

Each group or person will spread out through the park as well as the city picking up as much garbage as they can.  It is not required that you start at Ann Morrison Old Timer’s Shelter, but the goal is to bring the garbage back to see how much we were able to collect.  You can also drive to another part of town and pick up garbage there as long as you come back for the final weigh in.  There will be black garbage bags available at the starting point but you are welcome to use your own bags as well.

The final weigh in will be held at 11:30 AM.  

White Rock Insurance will be providing water and snacks for everyone who participates.

Ann Morrison Park - Old Timer's Shelter
Boise, ID

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, May 05 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Kuna Farmers Market

Sat, May 05 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Kuna Famers Market
Main Street and Linder
Kuna, Idaho

Every week on Saturday for 23 times

Capital City Public Market

Sat, May 05 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, May 05 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Hula Workshop

Sat, May 05 // 10:00 am to 04:00 pm

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Kumu (Master) Kawika Alfiche and his Hālau (hula school) o Keikiali`i have traveled throughout the globe sharing Hawaiian Cultural Arts. The group will be offering Hawaiian Cultural and dance classes for all who are interested. These classes will include basics and foundational work on the hula (Hawaiian Dance). Kumu Kawika will be sharing both a traditional and a modern dance.

Price: $75.00 ($60 Senior/Students)
Ticket info: info@keikialii.com
www.facebook.com/Kawikaalfiche


Red Rock Church
1124 S Roosevelt St
Boise, ID 83705

Live Hawaiian Music & Hula Classes

Sat, May 05 // 10:00 am to 09:00 pm

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The Riverside Hotel’s Sapphire Room is proud to announce world renowned Hawaiian Recording Artist, Kawika Alfiche and his troupe Hālau o Keikiali`i to share with you an evening of traditional Ancient and Modern Music and Dance and more!

Join us for this special one-night only event in Boise’s most intimate listening room! Feast your eyes on the beauty of Hawai`i through cultural dances, let the music and harmonies sing to your heart and be prepared for an enlightening evening of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, story-telling and good ole fun! Kumu (Master) Kawika Alfiche and his Hālau (hula school) o Keikiali`i have travelled throughout the globe sharing Hawaiian Cultural Arts. Places like: Japan, South Pacific, Mexico, Canada, Spain, Germany, Netherlands and all throughout the U.S. and have even performed in New York City on Broadway with a N.Y. Times review!

Earlier in the day May 5 (sat) from 10am-4pm, the group will be offering Hawaiian Cultural and dance classes for all who are interested. These classes will include basics and foundational work on the hula (Hawaiian Dance). Kumu Kawika will be sharing both a traditional and a modern dance.

CLASS INFO: Hula Classes with Kumu Hula Kawika Alfiche

Saturday, May 5, 2018, 10am-4pm

Red Rock Church, 1124 S Roosevelt St Boise, Id 83705

Hawaiian cultural classes, Basics in Hula, ancient and modern dance, song, history, geography and more!

General seating: $15 ($20 at the door)

Preferred seating: $20 ($25 at the door)

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:30pm  

Live music in BAR365 beginning at 5pm!

The Sapphire Room has a full food, bar and signature cocktail menu that is served before and during the show. This is an all ages event with FREE, convenient parking.

Many tables in the Sapphire Room are at bar height. Those requiring lower or ADA accessible seating will be most comfortable in the "Preferred- ADA Accessible option" section. Those seats are first come, first served and available for purchase by any guest.

100% refunds are available until 48 hours before the event. Refunds cannot be processed after the event occurs for any reason.

Boise's best kept secret! The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel, 2900 Chinden Blvd. Garden City, Idaho 83714.

The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel
2900 Chinden Blvd.
Garden City, Idaho 83714

Live Hawaiian Music & Hula Classes

Sat, May 05 // 10:00 am to 09:00 pm

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The Riverside Hotel’s Sapphire Room is proud to announce world renowned Hawaiian Recording Artist, Kawika Alfiche and his troupe Hālau o Keikiali`i to share with you an evening of traditional Ancient and Modern Music and Dance and more!

Join us for this special one-night only event in Boise’s most intimate listening room! Feast your eyes on the beauty of Hawai`i through cultural dances, let the music and harmonies sing to your heart and be prepared for an enlightening evening of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, story-telling and good ole fun! Kumu (Master) Kawika Alfiche and his Hālau (hula school) o Keikiali`i have travelled throughout the globe sharing Hawaiian Cultural Arts. Places like: Japan, South Pacific, Mexico, Canada, Spain, Germany, Netherlands and all throughout the U.S. and have even performed in New York City on Broadway with a N.Y. Times review!

Earlier in the day May 5 (sat) from 10am-4pm, the group will be offering Hawaiian Cultural and dance classes for all who are interested. These classes will include basics and foundational work on the hula (Hawaiian Dance). Kumu Kawika will be sharing both a traditional and a modern dance.

CLASS INFO: Hula Classes with Kumu Hula Kawika Alfiche

Saturday, May 5, 2018, 10am-4pm

Red Rock Church, 1124 S Roosevelt St Boise, Id 83705

Hawaiian cultural classes, Basics in Hula, ancient and modern dance, song, history, geography and more!

General seating: $15 ($20 at the door)

Preferred seating: $20 ($25 at the door)

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:30pm  

Live music in BAR365 beginning at 5pm!

The Sapphire Room has a full food, bar and signature cocktail menu that is served before and during the show. This is an all ages event with FREE, convenient parking.

Many tables in the Sapphire Room are at bar height. Those requiring lower or ADA accessible seating will be most comfortable in the "Preferred- ADA Accessible option" section. Those seats are first come, first served and available for purchase by any guest.

100% refunds are available until 48 hours before the event. Refunds cannot be processed after the event occurs for any reason.

Boise's best kept secret! The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel, 2900 Chinden Blvd. Garden City, Idaho 83714.

The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel
2900 Chinden Blvd.
Garden City, Idaho 83714

Yoga For Kids

Sat, May 05

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This playful, energy-releasing class encourages self-expression as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques. Mats provided or bring your own. (Ages 4-10) Saturday Sessions: April 7 & 28, May 5 & 26, 11:15-12:15 am

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Community Shred Day!

Sat, May 05 // 11:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Have old documents or bills that need to be destroyed? Join us at Connections Credit Union on May 5th for our Community Shred Day! A shred truck will be here from 11 AM - 1 PM.  We're also partnering with the Meridian Food Bank who will be giving out treats and accepting food donations!

Connections Credit Union
780 N Ten Mile Rd
Meridian, ID 83642

Race for Lung Health Derby Day Celebration

Sat, May 05 // 12:30 pm to 06:30 pm

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The American Lung Association in Idaho Leadership Board members present the Race for Lung Health Derby Day Celebration as fundraiser to benefit research, education and advocacy that supports lung health in our community.  Join us for our event at Quail Hollow Golf Course for a fun afternoon filled with live horse racing action from Churchill Downs, signature cocktails, delicious southern inspired hors d'oeuvres, best dressed competition, best tie competition, best hat competition, wager games, silent auction, corn hole, derby pong, trivia, and free giveaways. Tickets are $50 and include two drink tickets, hors d'oeuvres and lots of fun!

Quail Hollow Golf Club
4520 36th Street
Boise, ID 83703

Hawaiian Music with Kawika Alfiche & Halau o Keikiali'i

Sat, May 05 // 06:30 pm to 09:00 pm

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The Riverside Hotel’s Sapphire Room is proud to announce world renowned Hawaiian Recording Artist, Kawika Alfiche and his troupe Hālau o Keikiali`i to share with you an evening of traditional Ancient and Modern Music and Dance and more!

Join us for this special one-night only event in Boise’s most intimate listening room! Feast your eyes on the beauty of Hawai`i through cultural dances, let the music and harmonies sing to your heart and be prepared for an enlightening evening of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, story-telling and good ole fun! Kumu (Master) Kawika Alfiche and his Hālau (hula school) o Keikiali`i have traveled throughout the globe sharing Hawaiian Cultural Arts. Places like: Japan, South Pacific, Mexico, Canada, Spain, Germany, Netherlands and all throughout the U.S. and have even performed in New York City on Broadway with a N.Y. Times review!

General seating: $15 ($20 at the door)

Preferred seating: $20 ($25 at the door)

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:30pm

Live music in BAR365 beginning at 5pm!

The Sapphire Room has a full food, bar and signature cocktail menu that is served before and during the show. This is an all ages event with FREE, convenient parking.

Riverside Hotel's Sappire Room
2900 W. Chinden Blvd.
Garden City, ID 83714

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Sat, May 05 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

More info Less info

“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Andrew Tyson, Piano, and the Boise Phil

Sat, May 05 // 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

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Hailed by BBC Radio as “a real poet of the piano,” Andrew Tyson is emerging as a distinctive and important new musical voice. On April 5 and 6 he will charm audiences with his rendition of Chopin's "Piano Concerto No. 2". Also come to hear Dvorak's "Symphony No. 9 (from the New World)" and Bedřich Smetana's "Overture to The Bartered Bride". Join us early for our pre-concert lecture, “Musically Speaking,” hosted by Jamey Lamar. 6:30 pm, free to ticket holders.

Morrison Center
2201 W Cesar Chavez Ln
Boise, ID 83725

Sunday, May 6th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, May 06 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, May 06 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Andrew Tyson, Piano, and the Boise Phil

Sun, May 06 // 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

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Hailed by BBC Radio as “a real poet of the piano,” Andrew Tyson is emerging as a distinctive and important new musical voice. On April 5 and 6 he will charm audiences with his rendition of Chopin's "Piano Concerto No. 2". Also come to hear Dvorak's "Symphony No. 9 (from the New World)" and Bedřich Smetana's "Overture to The Bartered Bride". Join us early for our pre-concert lecture, “Musically Speaking,” hosted by Jamey Lamar. 6:30 pm, free to ticket holders.

NNU’s Brandt Center
707 Fern St
Nampa, ID 83686

Monday, May 7th

Makeiteers

Mon, May 07 // 01:30 am to 02:30 am

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Hands-on projects that encompass science, technology, engineering, and math topics (STEM). (ages 8-12)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, May 07 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, May 07 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and children participate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills while moving to music

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, May 07 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Music & Movement

Mon, May 07 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Parents and childrenparticipate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills whilemoving to music! 

(Ages 2-6) 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every 7 days until 5/14/2018

Toddler Storytime

Mon, May 07 // 11:00 am to 11:30 am

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Enjoy stories,songs, rhymes, and activities in a program designed especially for toddlers. Familiescan stay after the program for some shared play time. 

(Ages 1-3)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Toddler Storytime: Have Fun With Math & Science

Mon, May 07 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Young children are natural explorers and there are lots of things you can do to help them build science and math skills. We will have fun hands-on stations set up and information to share. Take home a free book loaded with fun math and science activities! (Ages 1-3)

Sponsored by the Lewiston City Library and the Idaho Commission for Libraries Read to Me Program. Helping get Idaho children better prepared for school and beyond. 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Monday until 5/14/2018

Teen Program

Mon, May 07 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Fun projects, games, and crafts every Monday with Julie! 

May Programs:

7th-Marvel Superheros Murder Mystery

14th-Finals Week Survival Party

(ages 12-18)Questions? Contact jarchambeault@adalib.org

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week

Pinterest Craft

Mon, May 07 // 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

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Come to our monthly Pinterest-inspired craft night. Materials and instruction provided by the library. This month's project: Glass jar planter. Paint a jar & plant a sedum.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Tuesday, May 8th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, May 08 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, May 08 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Little Scholars

Tue, May 08 // 10:00 am to 11:30 am

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Thisdrop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

(0-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Tue, May 08 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Little Scholars: Eat Play Grow

Tue, May 08 // 10:00 am to 11:30 am

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergarten by helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while building confidence and independence. Join us for a special series of programs focused on early childhood health. Topics include: I Love Veggies (April 10), My Five Senses (April 17), Fabulous Fruits (April 24), Healthy Beverages (May 1), Smart Sleep (May 8) & Family Meal (May 15). Free books included! (ages 0-5)

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Master Food Safety Advisor - Preserve Food - Hybrid Version

Tue, May 08

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Master Food Safety Advisor

Learn How to Safely Preserve Food
NEW Hybrid Version
(Online Lecture + Hands-on Labs)


The University of Idaho Extension faculty will be offering a Master Food Safety Advisor certification to anyone that is interested. Participants will learn hands-on how to safely preserve food products. The online modules are due Monday nights and labs will be weekly on Tuesdays at the UI, Ada County Extension office from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Classes start April 10th - May 22nd. The first class will be from 9am -3:00 pm. Participants volunteer 30 hours of service by providing research based food preservation information after completion of the course. This can be completed by answering phone calls, helping during classes, teaching classes, staffing booths, or making displays.


Course Topics:
Canning acid foods (fruits and tomatoes), canning low-acid foods (meats and vegetables), soft spreads, pickling, dehydration, food safety, freezing methods and teaching tips and aids.


Cost:
$140 includes a handbook, reference material, food and supplies used during labs. Refer a friend or family member and both of you will receive a $15 discount. Scholarships are available call for details.


Dates: Tuesdays
April 10th 
9:00 am-3:00 pm
April 17th 
April 24th 
May 1st 
May 8th 
May 15th 
May 22nd 


Hands-on Labs Time: 
12:00-4:00 p.m.


Location: 
University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714


Contact: 
ada@uidaho.edu 
(208) 287-5900

University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714

Every week on Tuesday until 5/22/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Tue, May 08 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Afternoon Tea at the Historic Owyhee

Tue, May 08 // 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Bring the little ones so they too can dress up for tea time. Gloves and hats will be provided. Finger sandwiches, tea, coffee, hot cocoa, tea cookies will be provided.

Adults $24.99

Children 10 & Under $11.99

EACH TUESDAY | 1:00 PM TIL 3:00 PM

1109 Main Street Ballroom | Boise, Idaho 83702 | Please Call 208.954.4575 or Email bettina@agapecande.com for any questions.

The Agape Event Center
1109 Main Street
Ballroom
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday until 5/29/2018

Afternoon Storytime

Tue, May 08 // 01:30 pm to 02:00 pm

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This half hour storytimeintroduces stories, music, and songs, while promoting early literacy skills,gross motor skills, and supporting cognitive and social/emotional development.

(Ages 3-6)

The Tuesday April 24th date is cancelled.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Victory Branch Book Club

Tue, May 08 // 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm

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Eat, chat and gab about your favorite new read! This club meets the second Tuesday of the month. New members are always welcome and books are available for pick up at the library! This time we will be reading News of the World: A Novel, by Paulette Jiles

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Veterans' Job Fair

Tue, May 08 // 03:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Come dressed for success and explore new career opportunities while talking to industry professionals. Bring copies of your resume to hand out. If you need help with your resumes please stop by one of our Idaho Department of Labor offices for assistance.  

Veterans' Job Fair
500 W. Fort St.
(Bldg 54)
Boise , ID 83702

Baby Rhyme Time

Tue, May 08 // 05:00 pm to 05:30 pm

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Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, May 08 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Herbal Honey Infusions

Tue, May 08 // 06:00 pm to 07:30 pm

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Explore some herbalism basics and create your own customized infused herbal honeys - choosing from cinnamon, lavender, rosemary, ginger, or garlic-thyme. Afterward we will prepare several easy recipes incorporating each of the infused honey flavors. Recipes and honey jars to take home. Beverages available for purchase. Ages 13 and up. Registration ends Sunday, May 6th.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
BOISE, ID 83702

Computer Basics

Tue, May 08 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! Let us help you make sense of it all. For ages 18+. Topics include: Basic Keyboard Functions,Microsoft Word, Introduction to Facebook, Introduction to Skype and more! Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/15/2018

Computer Basics

Tue, May 08 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! This bi-monthly program let's us help you make sense of it all. For the month of May, we will be covering online research for beginners and online privacy.  For ages 18+. Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/16/2018

Wednesday, May 9th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, May 09 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, May 09 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Baby Rhyme Time

Wed, May 09 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

More info Less info

Did you know that play is one of the keythings you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? BabyRhyme Time focuses on developing your baby'spre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.This half hour storytime is followed by open play for you and your baby.

(Ages 0-2)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Preschool Art

Wed, May 09 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Browse our collection while your preschooler creates beautiful art based on fundamental art principles.

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Wed, May 09 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

The Daffodil Tea

Wed, May 09 // 11:30 am to 01:00 pm

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Join us Wednesday May 9th for the historic Daffodil Tea, a benefit luncheon for the Booth Marian Pritchett School Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens. Presented by The Salvation Army and Key Bank, the event will exhibit fashions from the 20's, 30's and 40's, a vintage hat display, live music by Swingin' With Ellie Shaw, a garden photo booth, and a delicious lunch. Wear your best vintage hat! Prizes will be awarded!

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St, Boise
Boise, ID 83702

Explorers' Club

Wed, May 09 // 11:30 am to 01:00 pm

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The Explorers Club focuses on group activities such as creating art, playing games and exploring the library!  We support and nurture independence, health, safety, socialization and community inclusion—all while having fun! 

The Explorers’ Club serves adults with a wide range of intellectual and physical disabilities and skill levels. Ages 18 +

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Video Game Challenge

Wed, May 09 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Open play on Wii and X-Box consoles

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Hula- The Heartbeat of Hawai'i

Wed, May 09 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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It is said that hula is the heartbeat of Hawai'i and tells the stories of life. This program will give a glimpse into the Hawai'ian culture including background, history, and basic steps. Ages 13 and up. *This is a 5 week course.

JUMP
1000 W. Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Wednesday

Coding for Kids & Teens

Wed, May 09 // 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

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Learn real-world coding techniques using Scratch. (Ages 10-19.) Questions? Contact Derek at dramos@adalib.org.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Wednesday until 5/16/2018

Thursday, May 10th

Tiny Tot Dance a Lot January

Thu, May 10 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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When: Thursdays-January 11, 18, and 25 from 9:15-10:00am.

Toddlers and adults will love dancing, socializing, learning, and having fun together in this class! It is a gentle and welcoming introduction to a classroom environment for little ones, while adults enjoy visiting with other parents, boogieing, and bonding with their toddlers. Everyone will benefit from the BrainDance and enjoy a balance of structured dance games and opportunities for free and expressive movement. Walking to 3 years old with parent. *Registration is per child.

Where: JUMP Move Studio on the fifth floor, take a right out of the elevators.

Cost: Purchasae all 3 weeks at a discounted price of $30 or $13 for single ticket. Drop-ins at the door are welcome too. 

What to Expect: Wear clothes you can move in and bring a water bottle. We have limited changing room space and do not have lockers for personal items at the moment so please plan accordingly. Check our FAQs below for any further questions.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Thu, May 10 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Thu, May 10 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Preschool Storytime

Thu, May 10 // 10:00 am to 10:30 am

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Bring your preschoolers fora morning of stories, music, and songs, followed by a fun craft! This programpromotes early literacy skills that will help them be successful inKindergarten and beyond. 

(Ages 2-5)

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Thu, May 10 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Preschool Storytime: Have Fun With Math & Science

Thu, May 10 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Young children are natural explorers and there are lots of things you can do to help them build science and math skills. We will have fun hands-on stations set up and information to share. Take home a free book loaded with fun math and science activities! (Ages 3-6)

Sponsored by the Lewiston City Library and the Idaho Commission for Libraries Read to Me Program. Helping get Idaho children better prepared for school and beyond. 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Family Yoga

Thu, May 10 // 10:30 am to 11:30 am

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Bring the whole family together as we celebrate our individuality and dive into the mindfulness of yoga. Each class is a mixture of motor development, exercise, music, dancing, singing, imagination, and creativity work. The purpose is to aid in development of the total child, using yoga to help children, teenagers, and adults as we integrate all parts of ourselves into one joyful being. All ages with parent.

JUMP
1000 Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every month on the 10th

7th Annual Boise Tech Show

Thu, May 10 // 11:30 am to 07:00 pm

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Meet and hear from some of Idaho’s most influential and innovative business leaders, as they address the most relevant issues facing companies today.


With 15 to 20 seminars, 25+ technology demonstrations, and plenty of opportunities to get your questions answered, this show draws professionals from all types of organizations: CEO’s, CFO’s, IT Engineers, Marketing Managers, Office Administrators, HR Managers, and more!

Boise Centre East
850 W. Front Street
Boise, ID 83714

Fit and Fall Proof

Thu, May 10 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Plant Sale Members Only

Thu, May 10 // 04:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Browse our unique water wise and native Idaho plants for your home gardens at the 2018
Members Only Plant Sale! This annual spring event is an exclusive member’s event and includes some plants grown right here at the Idaho Botanical Garden.  Give yourself a head start on your spring planting and enjoy a glass of wine or cold beer on us. Listen to music by local artist Thomas Paul while you connect with other Garden Members and celebrate the new season. Proceeds benefit the College of Western Idaho’s programs that, in partnership with IBG,
provide hands-on experience at the Garden for students. (Any remaining plants will be available for purchase by the public on Friday, May 11 on National Public Gardens Day!)

Idaho Botanical Garden
2355 Old Penitentiary Road
Boise, ID 83712

Afterschool Hangout

Thu, May 10 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Come in for great activities every week. Whatever we’re doing, there’s never a dull moment at the Hangout. (Ages 8-12) 1st week: Games 2nd week: Cooking 3rd week: Crafts 4th week: Science

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

Dog Tales: Read to a Dog

Thu, May 10 // 05:30 pm to 06:30 pm

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Children build reading skills and confidence by reading to Zoe, our super-big, super-mellow, trained therapy dog.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week until 5/24/2018

DaVinci Resolve Color Correction

Thu, May 10 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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What do cinema, television and independent film production all have in common? All of it is color corrected and graded to bring the production to “life” with color. In this DaVinci Resolve Color Grading and Correction Workshop you’ll see how it’s done and also gain valuable insight into the powerful role color plays in cinema and in our lives.

DaVinci Resolve is renowned and respected in the cinema industry as one of the top finishing programs colorists use today. JUMP is excited to offer an opportunity to have a hands-on experience exploring DaVinci in an open collaborative workshop setting. Only ten spaces available, ages 15 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Yoga with Martha

Thu, May 10 // 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Join certified Yoga Teacher, Martha, for this gentle, invigorating, relaxing, and FREE all-levels Yoga Basics Class. Martha will teach you how to tap into your breath, make poses your own, and show that it's never too late to learn and love Yoga. Mats provided. Must be 18 or older to participate. Call Molly at 362-0181 ext. 135 or email at mkumar@adalib.org to secure your spot today!  

Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/17/2018

English Conversation Club

Thu, May 10 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you an English Language Learner looking for a welcoming, fun, non-judgmental space to practice your English? Come talk with us at the English Conversation Club! 

Meridian Library on Cherry Lane
1326 W. Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642

Every week on Thursday

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Thu, May 10 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

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“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Friday, May 11th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, May 11 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

National Public Gardens Day

Fri, May 11 // 09:00 am to 07:00 pm

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The Idaho Botanical Garden continues its tradition of participating in National Public Gardens Day by offering free Garden admission – all day long.  The event is a national day of celebration to raise awareness of America’s public gardens and the role they play in promoting environmental stewardship and awareness, plant and water conservation, and education.

Idaho Botanical Garden
2355 Old Penitentiary Road
Boise, ID 83712

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, May 11 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Tai Chi

Fri, May 11 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Tai Chi reduces stress and increases balance and flexibility. Come learn this gentle martial art from a trained instructor.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/25/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, May 11 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

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Ada Community Library, Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Little Scholars

Fri, May 11 // 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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This drop-in cooperative play-and-learn program prepares children for kindergartenby helping develop foundations for pre-literacy and math skills while buildingconfidence and independence.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/18/2018

Fab Friday: Family Movie

Fri, May 11 // 04:30 pm to 06:00 pm

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Everyone is invited for a one-time showing of a great family movie. Snacks provided. May's Movie: Leap

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Meridian Middle School Neighborhood Night

Fri, May 11 // 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm

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A fun night for the family to come out and enjoy food, entertainment, and lots of fun!

Meridian Middle School's Neighborhood Night
1507 W 8th St
Meridian, ID 83642

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Fri, May 11 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

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“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER

Fri, May 11

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Friday, May 11, 2018 | 8:00 PM

Saturday, May 12, 2018 | 2:00 PM

Saturday, May 12, 2018 | 8:00 PM

$35.00 - $62.50 (ticketing fees not included)

Morrison Center
2201 Cesar Chavez
Boise, Idaho

Every day until 5/12/2018

Saturday, May 12th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, May 12 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, May 12 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Kuna Farmers Market

Sat, May 12 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Kuna Famers Market
Main Street and Linder
Kuna, Idaho

Every week on Saturday for 23 times

Capital City Public Market

Sat, May 12 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

Bosnian Heritage Day

Sat, May 12 // 10:00 am to 07:00 pm

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Mark your calendar for the 4th Annual Bosnian and Herzegovinian Heritage Day. All your favorite things about Bosnian culture are back. Music, dance, soccer, and food. This year we will feature something new by popular request. We will be offering a cooking demonstration and tasting of traditional Bosnian cuisine (a small donation/fee is required to attend). The rest of the event is free and welcome to anyone in the community. It's kid and family friendly, so we are looking forward to seeing you!

Julius M Kleiner Park
1900 N Records Way
Meridian , Idaho 83646

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, May 12 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

SNIP’s First Annual Hogs for Dogs and Kitties, Too!

Sat, May 12 // 10:30 am to 03:00 pm

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On Saturday May 12, SNIP and High Desert Harley-Davidson are partnering for a fun afternoon to benefit the two- and four-legged. SNIP (Spay Neuter Idaho Pets, Inc.) will hold its First Annual Hogs for Dogs and Kitties, Too! motorcycle poker ride starting and ending at High Desert Harley-Davidson. Registration is $10 per rider ($15 if a passenger will be riding it with you). You can register at snipidaho.org or at 10:30 a.m. on the day of the ride at the SNIP booth at High Desert Harley-Davidson. The ride to generate funds to fix income qualified dogs and cats will start at 11:00 a.m., and prizes for the highest and lowest total card totals is a $1,200 black leather rocker recliner donated from CHF Home Furnishings. Prizes will be awarded at 3 p.m. at High Desert Harley-Davidson. We are still seeking another wonderful prize, so if you would like to donate please email snipit@snipidaho.org.   Along with the ride, High Dessert Harley-Davidson will be having their annual Spring Swap Meet from 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

High Desert Harley-Davidson
2310 E. Cinema Dr.
Meridian, ID 83642

4th Annual Pooch Pageant Boise

Sat, May 12 // 11:00 am to 05:00 pm

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Pooch Pageant Boise is a nonprofit fundraiser that raises money for animal shelters and rescues. This year all money and pet food raised will go to the Idaho Humane Society's Pet Food Pantry. Pooch Pageant Boise is a real pageant like Miss America meets Toddlers and  Tiaras. Only for dogs. We have a natural and glitz groups. We are still accepting contestants,  vendors, and sponsors. It is $5 plus pet food donation to watch the pageant. To register your pooch to complete go to our website or call 208-371-5209 Our vendor showcase is 11-5 with the pageant 1-4. We are also looking for the 2018 Pooch of the Year.  If you know a pooch who you think deserves the title.  Send your essay to Poochpageantboise@gmail.com there is no cost to enter. We will announce the winner at pooch pageant.

Wyndham Garden Boise Airport
3300 S. Vista ave.
Boise , Idaho 83705

Ustick in Bloom Neighborhood Event

Sat, May 12 // 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm

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The City of Boise and the West Valley Neighborhood Association present Ustick in Bloom – a community celebration in Redwood Park on May 12th. The event features live music, food trucks, local artisans and vendors, community resources and kid's activities facilitated by the Parks & Recreation Mobile Rec team. The evening will conclude with a Movie Under the Stars.  ** The event will take place outdoors, regardless of weather.

Vendor and Performer Information:

Are you interested in being a part of this event?

  • Event Time: 5pm – 9pm
  • This event is a unique opportunity for vendors to showcase and sell their goods without paying a booth fee. 
  • Types and duration of performances can vary and all groups and talents are encouraged to apply.
  • Application Deadline: March 31st
  • To apply to be a performer or vendor, go to https://energize.cityofboise.o... 


Redwood Park
2675 N Shamrock Ave
Boise, ID 83713

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Sat, May 12 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

More info Less info

“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Law & Order: Serenata Orchestra

Sat, May 12 // 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

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Our next concert will thrill you with music by composers who studied law and a chase filled with hilarity and mystery.

Borah High School Auditorium

6001 W Cassia St

Boise, ID 837097:30PM

Doors open at 7


Our concerts are funded by your generous donations. Thank you!

Borah High School
6001 W Cassia St
Boise, ID 83709

Sunday, May 13th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, May 13 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Mother's Day Brunch at Zoo Boise

Sun, May 13 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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Join Zoo Boise for our annual Mother's Day Brunch on Sunday, May 13, 2018 from 9am - 10am.Guests will be treated to a buffet breakfast, animal presentation, zookeeper talk, and a special gift for all mothers! Then you'll have the rest of the day to explore your zoo.

Cost for the Mother's Day Brunch (not including online fees & tax):$29 adults - Annual Pass holders/$34 adults - non-Annual Pass holders$16 children 3-11 - Annual Pass holders/$19 children 3-11 - non-Annual Pass holders

Children 2 and under are free, but still require reservations. Cost includes zoo admission for the remainder of the day.

Limited spots are available, so make your reservation today! Reservations may also be made by calling (208) 608-7744. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, May 9.

Jeff Agosta
355 Julia Davis Dr
Boise, ID 83702

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, May 13 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Monday, May 14th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, May 14 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, May 14 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Teen Program

Mon, May 14 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Fun projects, games, and crafts every Monday with Julie! 

May Programs:

7th-Marvel Superheros Murder Mystery

14th-Finals Week Survival Party

(ages 12-18)Questions? Contact jarchambeault@adalib.org

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week

Color Me Calm

Mon, May 14 // 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

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Enjoy a relaxing evening while coloring.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Tuesday, May 15th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, May 15 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, May 15 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Tue, May 15 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Master Food Safety Advisor - Preserve Food - Hybrid Version

Tue, May 15

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Master Food Safety Advisor

Learn How to Safely Preserve Food
NEW Hybrid Version
(Online Lecture + Hands-on Labs)


The University of Idaho Extension faculty will be offering a Master Food Safety Advisor certification to anyone that is interested. Participants will learn hands-on how to safely preserve food products. The online modules are due Monday nights and labs will be weekly on Tuesdays at the UI, Ada County Extension office from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Classes start April 10th - May 22nd. The first class will be from 9am -3:00 pm. Participants volunteer 30 hours of service by providing research based food preservation information after completion of the course. This can be completed by answering phone calls, helping during classes, teaching classes, staffing booths, or making displays.


Course Topics:
Canning acid foods (fruits and tomatoes), canning low-acid foods (meats and vegetables), soft spreads, pickling, dehydration, food safety, freezing methods and teaching tips and aids.


Cost:
$140 includes a handbook, reference material, food and supplies used during labs. Refer a friend or family member and both of you will receive a $15 discount. Scholarships are available call for details.


Dates: Tuesdays
April 10th 
9:00 am-3:00 pm
April 17th 
April 24th 
May 1st 
May 8th 
May 15th 
May 22nd 


Hands-on Labs Time: 
12:00-4:00 p.m.


Location: 
University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714


Contact: 
ada@uidaho.edu 
(208) 287-5900

University of Idaho, Ada County Extension Office
5880 Glenwood Street
Boise, Idaho 83714

Every week on Tuesday until 5/22/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Tue, May 15 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Afternoon Tea at the Historic Owyhee

Tue, May 15 // 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Bring the little ones so they too can dress up for tea time. Gloves and hats will be provided. Finger sandwiches, tea, coffee, hot cocoa, tea cookies will be provided.

Adults $24.99

Children 10 & Under $11.99

EACH TUESDAY | 1:00 PM TIL 3:00 PM

1109 Main Street Ballroom | Boise, Idaho 83702 | Please Call 208.954.4575 or Email bettina@agapecande.com for any questions.

The Agape Event Center
1109 Main Street
Ballroom
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday until 5/29/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, May 15 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Computer Basics

Tue, May 15 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you looking to gain or brush up on some basic computer skills? Come for hands-on computer training classes that cover everything from Keyboard Functions to Facebook! This bi-monthly program let's us help you make sense of it all. For the month of May, we will be covering online research for beginners and online privacy.  For ages 18+. Contact mkumar@adalib.org to register for your spot. 

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday until 5/16/2018

Wednesday, May 16th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, May 16 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, May 16 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

More info Less info

Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Wed, May 16 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Hula- The Heartbeat of Hawai'i

Wed, May 16 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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It is said that hula is the heartbeat of Hawai'i and tells the stories of life. This program will give a glimpse into the Hawai'ian culture including background, history, and basic steps. Ages 13 and up. *This is a 5 week course.

JUMP
1000 W. Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Wednesday

Thursday, May 17th

Next Level Women Leaders

Thu, May 17 // 08:00 am to 05:00 pm

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A two-day training focused on leveling up women's leadership platform: branding, core values, professional storytelling, public speaking, and style. Participants will learn new skills and develop actionable strategies, all delivered by four expert trainers who understand the unique challenges and opportunities of being a woman in leadership. The training takes place in an intimate setting at JUMP!, bringing together women focused on growth and influence. See the website for pricing and registration; $100 discount for registrations through March 15.

JUMP! Boise
1000 W Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/18/2018

Tiny Tot Dance a Lot January

Thu, May 17 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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When: Thursdays-January 11, 18, and 25 from 9:15-10:00am.

Toddlers and adults will love dancing, socializing, learning, and having fun together in this class! It is a gentle and welcoming introduction to a classroom environment for little ones, while adults enjoy visiting with other parents, boogieing, and bonding with their toddlers. Everyone will benefit from the BrainDance and enjoy a balance of structured dance games and opportunities for free and expressive movement. Walking to 3 years old with parent. *Registration is per child.

Where: JUMP Move Studio on the fifth floor, take a right out of the elevators.

Cost: Purchasae all 3 weeks at a discounted price of $30 or $13 for single ticket. Drop-ins at the door are welcome too. 

What to Expect: Wear clothes you can move in and bring a water bottle. We have limited changing room space and do not have lockers for personal items at the moment so please plan accordingly. Check our FAQs below for any further questions.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Thu, May 17 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Thu, May 17 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Thu, May 17 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Thu, May 17 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Dog Tales: Read to a Dog

Thu, May 17 // 05:30 pm to 06:30 pm

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Children build reading skills and confidence by reading to Zoe, our super-big, super-mellow, trained therapy dog.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week until 5/24/2018

DaVinci Resolve Color Correction

Thu, May 17 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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What do cinema, television and independent film production all have in common? All of it is color corrected and graded to bring the production to “life” with color. In this DaVinci Resolve Color Grading and Correction Workshop you’ll see how it’s done and also gain valuable insight into the powerful role color plays in cinema and in our lives.

DaVinci Resolve is renowned and respected in the cinema industry as one of the top finishing programs colorists use today. JUMP is excited to offer an opportunity to have a hands-on experience exploring DaVinci in an open collaborative workshop setting. Only ten spaces available, ages 15 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

English Conversation Club

Thu, May 17 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you an English Language Learner looking for a welcoming, fun, non-judgmental space to practice your English? Come talk with us at the English Conversation Club! 

Meridian Library on Cherry Lane
1326 W. Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642

Every week on Thursday

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Thu, May 17 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

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“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

Friday, May 18th

Blood, Sweat & Cheers charity Golf Tournament

Fri, May 18 // 08:30 am to 04:00 pm

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Idaho Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is
excited to invite you to come play a round of golf with us at Eagle Hills.

Early Bird Registration end April 15th  Don't wait get your foursome for a great price today. 

Join us May 18th at Eagle Hills Golf Course from 8:00-5:00. For more information and to purchase your foursome go to the website, idahoblood.org.


Eagle Hills Golf Course
605 N Edgewood Ln
Eagle , Idaho 83616

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, May 18 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, May 18 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Tai Chi

Fri, May 18 // 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

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Tai Chi reduces stress and increases balance and flexibility. Come learn this gentle martial art from a trained instructor.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Friday until 5/25/2018

Fab Friday: Virtual Reality Games

Fri, May 18 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Drop-in and try out the library's new Playstation 4 Virtual Reality games! (Ages 10 and up)

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Tony N Tina's Wedding! As seen in Vegas, New York, Chicago and around the world!

Fri, May 18 // 06:30 pm to 10:30 pm

More info Less info

“Just like a real wedding… only funnier.” – Chicago Tribune

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment – an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian-American families. It invites the audience to actively participate in all festivities: everyone is a welcome guest at the ceremony and reception, there’s real food, real dance, and real mingling with the cast of loveable characters.

New Yorkers Nancy Cassaro and Mark Nassar invented the characters of Tony and Tina while studying drama at Hofstra University in the 1980s. As the idea grew, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding landed to a scrappy downtown Manhattan location in 1985. Becoming a commercial success, it moved off-Broadway, produced by another Hofstra alumnus, Joe Corcoran. It ran for over 20 years to rave reviews, and eventually turned into a worldwide phenomenon, presented at over 150 cities worldwide – including numerous cities in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Inviting celebrity guests has become the show’s longstanding tradition. We’ve had several regulars of The Sopranos; the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond; local and national TV and radio personalities, and sports champions, in addition to numerous stars of the stage and screen. Tony n’ Tina have many friends in show business so you’ll never know who you’ll end up sitting next to!

Playhouse Boise
8001 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, Idaho 83704

Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday until 5/19/2018

District 15 Toastmasters Conference

Fri, May 18 // 06:30 pm to 09:00 pm

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District 15 Toastmasters invite you to attend the spring Conference in Boise Idaho. Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. We empower individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders.

Please come to hear our Keynote Speaker, one of Toastmasters World Champions of Public Speaking - Ed Tate; as well as eight inspirational, motivational, and educational speakers. A Speech Contest competition will be held 4:00pm-6:00pm. An awards dinner will celebrate the annual Toastmasters and Club achievements.

Conference early registration cost:

Early registration $135 (until 4/30/2018)

On May 1, 2018 and later: registration goes to full price $175

Agenda, Registration, and Contact in formation on the web site

The Grove Hotel
245 S Capitol Blvd
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/19/2018

Saturday, May 19th

Cycle for Independence

Sat, May 19

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Each year, the Treasure Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind puts on a bike ride called Cycle for Independence, our way of having fun while continuing to ensure the that blind of Idaho can independently “Live the life they want.”

           It is our major fundraiser of the year and is also a great festival for the whole family.  Approximately 400 cyclists from the avid to the putt-putt choose among our 10 mile, 20 mile, or metric century rides.  All rides feature supported water stops.  We follow the rides by grilling burgers with all the fixings combined with socializing, music, festivities and prizes. 
 
         We would appreciate your help in promoting this wonderful event for the blind of Idaho, including putting us on your events calendar.  You could further help us by forming a team and riding with us!  This year's festival is planned for May 19, 2018.  To register or get more information visit www.cycleforindependence.org.  or email me at aaschneider@hotmail.com or phone me at 208-870-4831.

Riverglen Junior High
6801 N. Gary Lane
Boise, Idaho

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, May 19 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, May 19 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Kuna Farmers Market

Sat, May 19 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Kuna Famers Market
Main Street and Linder
Kuna, Idaho

Every week on Saturday for 23 times

Capital City Public Market

Sat, May 19 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

2018 Rattlesnake/Porcupine/Skunk Avoidance Training for Dogs

Sat, May 19 // 10:00 am to 02:00 pm

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THE IDAHO CHUKAR FOUNDATION IS ONCE AGAIN
PUTTING ON THE ALL IMPORTANT SAFETY EVENT FOR THE COMMUNITY IN WHICH DOG
OWNERS ARE INVITED TO BRING THEIR PET TO GO THROUGH THE AVOIDANCE TRAINING
COURSE TO BE HELD AT VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK MAY 19 AND JULIA DAVIS PARK JUNE 2.

THESE WILLL BE INDIVIDUALLY SCHEDULED  AND PERSONALIZED 1;1 SESSIONS WITH EACH DOG OWNER AND THEIR DOG, WHICH TRAINS THE DOG TO AVOID THE SIGHT, SMELL AND SOUND OF RATTLESNAKES,SKUNKS, AND PORCUPINES, ALL OF WHICH WE HAVE HERE ALL OVER IDAHO. YOU CAN
FIND OUT MORE AND SIGN UP AT http://dogavoidancetraining.org

Veterans Memorial Park
930 N Veterans Memorial Parkway
Boise, Idaho 83703

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, May 19 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Indigo Art Festival

Sat, May 19 // 10:00 am to 05:00 pm

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Join us on Saturday 10am-8:30pm and Sunday 10am-5pm for a family & fur baby friendly event that advocates mental health awareness by featuring inspiring stories, powerful artwork, and a collaboration of local businesses and musicians.free to attend 🎟️ food trucks 🌭 kids area 🎈 shopping 🛒 prizes EVERY HOUR 😍 Mad Swede Brewing ON SITE 🍻Special performances by Zack Quintana MusicBig Stella, with special guestJen Adams, and more!This event is powered by Go Out Local and Alex Price with Boise Premier Real EstateThis event is perfect for all ages and supportive of those with mental health issues and those that have close relationships to someone with mental health issues.Join us during mental health awareness month to show Idaho we are#strongerthanthestigma

Storey Park
205 E. Franklin Road
Meridian, ID 83642

Marsing Wine and Art in the Park

Sat, May 19 // 11:00 am to 04:00 pm

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Come and enjoy live music and wander through the beautiful displays of over 40 local artists and crafters. The local wineries will have booths for your enjoyment. Birds of prey will have their birds on display and a children's activity area. A local farm is bringing a Llama for you to pet and hot rods will be on display by the stage. A variety of food will be available from local food trucks.

Marsing Island Park
101 1 ave w
Marsing, Idaho 83639

Boise bad movie club-- Troll 2

Sat, May 19 // 12:00 pm to 02:00 pm

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Do you like bad movies? Do you like to laugh and make fun of stuff with other people? 


This is the first ever Boise bad movie club meet-up. We will be showing Troll 2 as our first film, it's a crowd pleaser.


This movie is hilarious. Here's the trailer.


https://youtu.be/CkNB0w1fYKk


We will absolutely get into more obscure stuff as we go on.

The meet-up will be held in the Marion Bingham room at the library in Bown Crossing. 

Here are a few notes.

1. Alcohol not allowed in the library.

2. Food IS allowed. Boise fry company is across the street and has Vegan and gluten free options.

3. Feel free to bring people. We can fit 90 people in there. This film is pg-13 so 13 and up is fine.

4. Respect each other. Meet-ups are for meeting new people. So mingle, talk, chat, but be respectful.

5. Have a good time.



Library At Bown Crossing.
2153 E Riverwalk Dr
Boise , ID 83706

The Human Library

Sat, May 19 // 01:00 pm to 05:00 pm

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The Human Library™ is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue.  Humans become "books for "readers" to converse with for 20-30 minute sessions.  This year's Human Library is taking place during Mental Health Awareness month,  in conjunction with the Indigo Art Fest.

Indigo Art Fest at Storey Park
205 E. Franklin Rd.
Meridian, ID 83642

Quilting with Carol

Sat, May 19 // 01:00 pm to 05:00 pm

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Join us for crafting and camaraderie every month. Whether you are a newcomer or a long-time enthusiast, you are invited to learn new techniques, talk about fabrics and share patterns. Some materials provided. There will be some sewing machines but you are encouraged to bring your own. Questions, or for this month's materials list, Contact Carol at cmcclain@adalib.org (program is for ages 12 and up) In May we will be making Coffee Mug Gadget Organizers.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Sunday, May 20th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, May 20 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, May 20 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Boise Phil Chamber Players at the Egyptian Theatre

Sun, May 20 // 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Join us on Sunday, May 20, at the Egyptian Theatre to hear the Boise Phil Chamber Players perform "Seven Seascapes" by Kevin Puts, and "Chamber Symphony no. 1, op. 9" (or “Kammersymphonie”) by Arnold Schoenberg. Members of the Boise Philharmonic will come together in small groups to perform these two masterworks. Come grab some popcorn and sit back to enjoy the beautiful music.

Egyptian Theatre
700 W Main St
Boise, ID 83702

Monday, May 21st

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, May 21 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, May 21 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Teen Program

Mon, May 21 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Fun projects, games, and crafts every Monday with Julie! 

May Programs:

7th-Marvel Superheros Murder Mystery

14th-Finals Week Survival Party

(ages 12-18)Questions? Contact jarchambeault@adalib.org

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week

Tuesday, May 22nd

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, May 22 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, May 22 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Tue, May 22 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Tue, May 22 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

Afternoon Tea at the Historic Owyhee

Tue, May 22 // 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

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Bring the little ones so they too can dress up for tea time. Gloves and hats will be provided. Finger sandwiches, tea, coffee, hot cocoa, tea cookies will be provided.

Adults $24.99

Children 10 & Under $11.99

EACH TUESDAY | 1:00 PM TIL 3:00 PM

1109 Main Street Ballroom | Boise, Idaho 83702 | Please Call 208.954.4575 or Email bettina@agapecande.com for any questions.

The Agape Event Center
1109 Main Street
Ballroom
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday until 5/29/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, May 22 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Wednesday, May 23rd

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, May 23 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, May 23 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Wed, May 23 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Hula- The Heartbeat of Hawai'i

Wed, May 23 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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It is said that hula is the heartbeat of Hawai'i and tells the stories of life. This program will give a glimpse into the Hawai'ian culture including background, history, and basic steps. Ages 13 and up. *This is a 5 week course.

JUMP
1000 W. Myrtle St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Wednesday

Thursday, May 24th

Tiny Tot Dance a Lot January

Thu, May 24 // 09:00 am to 10:00 am

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When: Thursdays-January 11, 18, and 25 from 9:15-10:00am.

Toddlers and adults will love dancing, socializing, learning, and having fun together in this class! It is a gentle and welcoming introduction to a classroom environment for little ones, while adults enjoy visiting with other parents, boogieing, and bonding with their toddlers. Everyone will benefit from the BrainDance and enjoy a balance of structured dance games and opportunities for free and expressive movement. Walking to 3 years old with parent. *Registration is per child.

Where: JUMP Move Studio on the fifth floor, take a right out of the elevators.

Cost: Purchasae all 3 weeks at a discounted price of $30 or $13 for single ticket. Drop-ins at the door are welcome too. 

What to Expect: Wear clothes you can move in and bring a water bottle. We have limited changing room space and do not have lockers for personal items at the moment so please plan accordingly. Check our FAQs below for any further questions.

Jack's Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Thu, May 24 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Thu, May 24 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Thu, May 24 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Fit and Fall Proof

Thu, May 24 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

DaVinci Resolve Color Correction

Thu, May 24 // 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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What do cinema, television and independent film production all have in common? All of it is color corrected and graded to bring the production to “life” with color. In this DaVinci Resolve Color Grading and Correction Workshop you’ll see how it’s done and also gain valuable insight into the powerful role color plays in cinema and in our lives.

DaVinci Resolve is renowned and respected in the cinema industry as one of the top finishing programs colorists use today. JUMP is excited to offer an opportunity to have a hands-on experience exploring DaVinci in an open collaborative workshop setting. Only ten spaces available, ages 15 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Thursday

Yoga with Martha

Thu, May 24 // 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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Join certified Yoga Teacher, Martha, for this gentle, invigorating, relaxing, and FREE all-levels Yoga Basics Class. Martha will teach you how to tap into your breath, make poses your own, and show that it's never too late to learn and love Yoga. Mats provided. Must be 18 or older to participate. Call Molly at 362-0181 ext. 135 or email at mkumar@adalib.org to secure your spot today!  

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Thursday until 5/31/2018

English Conversation Club

Thu, May 24 // 06:30 pm to 07:30 pm

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Are you an English Language Learner looking for a welcoming, fun, non-judgmental space to practice your English? Come talk with us at the English Conversation Club! 

Meridian Library on Cherry Lane
1326 W. Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642

Every week on Thursday

Friday, May 25th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Fri, May 25 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Fri, May 25 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Saturday, May 26th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sat, May 26 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Boise Farmers Market

Sat, May 26 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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9 am to 1 pm Saturdays, April 7 through Oct. 27. Republic parking lot, 10th and Grove streets. 208-345-9287.

BFM will celebrate its 5th birthday on opening day, April 7. festivities will be ongoing all day and will begin with the cutting of the cake at 10 am, continuing throughout the morning with see samples and more for the kids, and hourly giveaways.

Republic parking lot
10th and Grove streets.
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 10/27/2018

Kuna Farmers Market

Sat, May 26 // 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

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Kuna Famers Market
Main Street and Linder
Kuna, Idaho

Every week on Saturday for 23 times

Capital City Public Market

Sat, May 26 // 09:30 am to 01:30 pm

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PARKING FOR SATURDAY MARKETS:

Parking prices are discounted on Saturdays. The first hour is free in the public parking garages, metered street parking is $1.00 for two hours in Zones 1 & 2, and you can always use a GreenBike!

8th and Idaho
Downtown Boise
Boise, Idaho

Every week on Saturday until 12/15/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sat, May 26 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Yoga for Kids

Sat, May 26

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This playful, energy-releasing class encourages self-expression as well as building social skills. Children will strengthen their bodies as they learn how to focus through breathing and relaxation techniques. Mats provided or bring your own. (Ages 4-10) Saturday Sessions: April 7 & 28, May 5 & 26, 11:15-12:15 pm

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Paint Like Bob Ross

Sat, May 26 // 12:00 pm to 04:00 pm

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Paint gorgeous landscapes in just one day. You can do this even if you have never picked up a brush in your life. Bob Ross has made this wonderful medium accessible to literally anyone through his simple methods and relaxing teaching style. Join Sherry Pence a real Certified Bob Ross instructor and walk away with your very own masterpiece. Registration ends May 25th. Ages 18 and up.

JUMP
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID 83702

Crafternoon for Adults

Sat, May 26 // 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm

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Socialize and have fun making something at our monthly adult crafting program. This month’s project: Book Wreath. (ages 18+)

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Sunday, May 27th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Sun, May 27 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Sun, May 27 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Monday, May 28th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Mon, May 28 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Frank Goitia Art Exhibition

Mon, May 28 // 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

More info Less info

Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood

Paintings by Frank Goitia

March 15 - May 29, 2018

The 521 Pop Up Gallery The study of the relationship between emotion and memory is a growing field in the broader framework of Cultural Studies. Emotions and their various expressions play a central role in human interactions. However, since emotion-derived feelings are social constructs, they are molded differently by particular societies, cultures and realities. Gender, among other social factors, shapes the form of our emotions. The processes of social interaction are general, but women and men exert them differently. Meant to complement the Women's Stories: Constructing Meaning from Memory conference hosted by the Department of World Languages, World Languages, Step into My Past: Life in a Basque Neighborhood looks at memory and emotion from one man’s perspective.
 
Artist Statement: I started painting in 1970 when I was a student at Boise State. One of my teachers said to paint what I know best –my life in a Basque boarding house in Boise, ID. My parents were the proprietors of the Royal Hotel –612 ½ Main Street – the current location of City Hall. My paintings are reflections of my memories of my past. 

The 521 Pop Up Gallery is located in the Boise State University Computer Science building, 777 W. Main St. Boise, 2nd floor

521 Pop Up Gallery
777 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702

Every day until 5/29/2018

Wishes Wine & Brew

Mon, May 28 // 11:00 am to 04:00 pm

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Come join Wish Granters Inc. at Indian Creek Winery  for the Seventh annual Wishes Wine & Brew on May 28th 2018 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm on Memorial Day. This event is to raise funds to support the local non profit Wish Granters Inc; who grant wishes to terminally ill adults in Ada & Canyon County.  There will be a Live & Silent Auction, Food  Trucks, beer & wine tasting with options to buy, live music and more.  This event is Family friendly . Purchase tickets in advance $25.00 online at Wish Granters Inc Website or $30.00 at the door.  

1000 N McDermott Rd.
Kuna , ID 83634

Wish Granters Inc 7th Annual Wishes, Wine, & Brew

Mon, May 28 // 11:00 am to 04:00 pm

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Come join Wish Granters Inc. at Indian Creek Winery  for the Seventh annual Wishes Wine & Brew on May 28th 2018 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm on Memorial Day. This event is to raise funds to support the local non profit Wish Granters Inc; who grant wishes to terminally ill adults in Ada & Canyon County.  There will be a Live & Silent Auction, Food  Trucks, beer & wine tasting with options to buy, live music and more.  This event is Family friendly . Purchase tickets in advance $25.00 online at Wish Granters Inc Website or $30.00 at the door.  

1000 N McDermott Rd.
Kuna , ID 83634

Teen Program

Mon, May 28 // 04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

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Fun projects, games, and crafts every Monday with Julie! 

May Programs:

7th-Marvel Superheros Murder Mystery

14th-Finals Week Survival Party

(ages 12-18)Questions? Contact jarchambeault@adalib.org

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week

Tuesday, May 29th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Tue, May 29 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Tue, May 29 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

More info Less info

Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Fit and Fall Proof

Tue, May 29 // 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

More info Less info

Stay fit at this exercise-based fall prevention program for older adults.

Ada Community Library - Victory Branch
10664 W. Victory Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83709

Every week on Tuesday, and Thursday, until 5/31/2018

KegFit at Woodland Empire Ale Craft

Tue, May 29 // 05:45 pm to 07:00 pm

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KegFit = A workout, using empty kegs, designed to give those at any fitness level a great workout. 

Only $8 and you will get a unique workout that your friends have never even heard about...plus you get a beer after the workout...for refreshment.  

Workout, have a beer, meet new people, and have a great time. 

Woodland Empire Ale Craft
1114 W Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Every week on Tuesday

Wednesday, May 30th

Eagle Garden and Farms Seasons Guide

Wed, May 30 // 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

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Self guided tours through local gardens

Blooming Season: 

April/May    JoAnn's Iris Garden 208-230-0769

June/July    Red Chair Lavender 208-867-2437

June/July    July Blueberries 208-513-0592

July/August/September   Dancing Dog Daylillies 208-939-2812

September/October   Meadowlark Hills Vineyard  208-939-2812 

Eagle Garden and Farm Seasons Guide
1325 N. Hesse Lane
Eagle, ID 83616

Every day until 10/17/2018

Faith Fueled Fitness Classes

Wed, May 30 // 10:00 am to 11:00 am

More info Less info

Faith Fueled Fitness is a unique approach to whole health. We use God's word and His amazing love coupled with physical movement to embrace, encourage and empower you to be your healthiest and strongest self.

Journey Church
9105 W Overland Rd
BOISE, ID 8370o

Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday