Boise children’s story program to return for another year

December 1, 2018 by  

When the New Year arrives, it will bring with it some brand new Flavorful Fairytales and other fun at Boise’s JUMP Studio.

‘Mooncake’ tells the [Read more]

Boise princesses making plans to celebrate

November 2, 2018 by  

Capes and Crowns is planning its very first Boise Princess Ball, and Boise’s junior royalty is invited to come and be a part of the festivities.

The occasion, which [Read more]

Boise workshop to showcase tree biology for arborists

October 1, 2018 by  

Boise arborists who would like to add to their toolbox of skills will soon be able to do so if they register for a daylong workshop that will focus on the biology of trees.

The instruction will [Read more]

Boise conference to focus on river health

September 1, 2018 by  

Residents who are concerned about the health of the Boise River may wish to save room in their September plans for an event that will focus on this topic.

During the 2018 Partners for [Read more]

Boise fundraiser to show some love to local growers

August 2, 2018 by  

Locally sourced food will be taking pride of place on the menu that has been prepared for an upcoming Boise event.

The 2018 Harvest Moon Dinner will [Read more]

Boise preparing harvest time celebration

July 1, 2018 by  

Late summer and early autumn is harvest time in Boise, and a special meal has been arranged to celebrate the season and all it has to offer.

Boise’s Inn at [Read more]

Boise event to offer hands-on feline fun

June 5, 2018 by  

Boise parents who are looking for an event they can enjoy along with their children may wish to save room in their calendar for something that will combine cooking, crafts, and reading about some highly talented cats.

The JUMP [Read more]

Boise activity to show some love to local songbirds

May 2, 2018 by  

Boise bird lovers have been asked to lend their hands-on support to an event that will help to ensure the long-term survival of some of their local feathered friends.

The crew at [Read more]

Boise neighborhood set to celebrate community project

April 2, 2018 by  

Boise’s Redwood Park will soon be the site for a community celebration that will bring residents together in a spirit of fun, and there will be lots of activities on offer for all ages.

The festivities, which are being hosted by the West Valley Neighborhood Association and Energize our Neighborhoods, will open with city’s Mayor and the association’s Board of Directors dedicating the Ustick Beautification Project to the public and thanking all those who lent a helping hand.

After the ceremony, residents of the community will celebrate the park along with their friends and neighbors. The Parks and Recreation Mobile Rec Team will be on site to offer activities for the kids, and there will also be food trucks to feed the hungry crowd.

Everyone will be able to enjoy the live music, and an artisan and vendor market will be set up for the public to browse through. The guests will be invited to relax on a picnic blanket while they take in an outdoor movie, and at the end of the evening, the organizers hope that those who come out will leave as friends and a stronger community. A printer can offer logo design and other marketing services for a function like this.

This event has been planned for May 12, starting at 5:00 pm. More details have been made available on the City of Boise website.

Soil to be the focus of upcoming Boise workshop

March 3, 2018 by  

Soil is a very important component of tree health, and those who participate in a day of learning that has been planned for Boise, arborists and other in the field will learn about how vital healthy “dirt” can be.

James Cassidy, who is a soil science instructor at [Read more]

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