Alexandria Bandas (right) knocks down her mother, Nicole Nimmons (left), during a padded bar battle at the Feed Your Soul Fest held in 2017 at Capitol Park, now called Cecil D. Andrus Park. The Feed Your Soul Festival is a free outdoor festival in support of Create Common Good, which is a non-profit social enterprise for refugees, women escaping domestic violence, veterans and others to learn new skills, gain confidence and move into a place of self-sufficiency.
Alexandria Bandas (right) knocks down her mother, Nicole Nimmons (left), during a padded bar battle at the Feed Your Soul Fest held in 2017 at Capitol Park, now called Cecil D. Andrus Park. The Feed Your Soul Festival is a free outdoor festival in support of Create Common Good, which is a non-profit social enterprise for refugees, women escaping domestic violence, veterans and others to learn new skills, gain confidence and move into a place of self-sufficiency. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
Alexandria Bandas (right) knocks down her mother, Nicole Nimmons (left), during a padded bar battle at the Feed Your Soul Fest held in 2017 at Capitol Park, now called Cecil D. Andrus Park. The Feed Your Soul Festival is a free outdoor festival in support of Create Common Good, which is a non-profit social enterprise for refugees, women escaping domestic violence, veterans and others to learn new skills, gain confidence and move into a place of self-sufficiency. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
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5 Things to Do This Weekend: Party in Hyde Park, Feed Your Soul, drink Unicorn Farts

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