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]

Boise workshop to build better birdhouses

February 2, 2018 by  

An event has been planned that will help to bring more of the music of the birds to Boise.

This family friendly workshop, which is [Read more]

Boise meal will feature Mexican inspired vegan dishes 

January 6, 2018 by  

A meal is on the way for Boise that will showcase vegan food cooked with a Mexican flare, and everyone is welcome to come out and sample this style of cooking for themselves.

Those who come to the evening, which is being held in the JUMP Share Studio located at 1000 W. Myrtle St., will be treated to a menu that includes a vegan take on popular [Read more]

Boise conference planned for Idaho educators

December 3, 2017 by  

Idaho educators who are interested in adding to their skillset may wish to save the date for a symposium on the way to Boise.

The theme of [Read more]

Boise invited to learn about popular Japanese dish

November 4, 2017 by  

Early this winter, Boise foodies will be able to pay a culinary visit to Japan without ever having to leave their own town.

The Nabe-mono class will [Read more]

Craft lovers invited to head to Boise

October 5, 2017 by  

The cold days of winter are on the way for Boise, but a special event will help locals bundle up and stay warm and cozy.

The Granger Quilting Guild will once [Read more]

Fall-themed fun on the way for Boise

September 6, 2017 by  

The days of autumn are on the way, and Boise’s Idaho Botanical Garden will be greeting it warmly with a Fall Harvest Festival.

The day, which will be [Read more]

Boise workshop to shine a light on lamp making

August 7, 2017 by  

Upcycling is a way of giving new life to old items, and a Boise workshop will teach those who participate how to rescue old lamps that are [Read more]

Boise residents invited to get down and dirty for a cause 

July 1, 2017 by  

A special running event has been planned for the Boise area that will put a special twist on the typical obstacle race.

The Tater Dash Mud Run, which is billed as being one of the best occasions of its kind in the state, will be back for its fourth year. The 5.2-mile long route will include an assortment of [Read more]

Boise kids invited to learn about world’s wildlife

June 1, 2017 by  

This summer, Zoo Boise will be educating children from the local area about global wildlife, and part of this will be its Critter College for Little Learners’ Opposites Attract program.

The sessions, which will [Read more]

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