This year will be the last showing of the current production of Ballet Idaho’s “The Nutcracker” at the Morrison Center in Boise before directors reinvent the show. The Boise Philharmonic will provide the music.
The Children’s Museum of Idaho will open Saturday, Dec. 1 in Meridian. The facility will provide a space where parents can help their kids learn through exhibits about Idaho, space, exploration and beyond.
The 2018 Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees will celebrate its 35th anniversary Nov. 20-26 at the Boise Centre, with donations going toward the expansion and improvement of the medical center’s Cancer Care Center.
After biking from Alaska to Argentina, Boise cyclist Ian Anderson formed the American Renaissance Project with the goal of helping Americans communicate more productively when talking about politics with people they disagree with.
It’s Halloween weekend, and there are plenty of things to do. You can run the Boise Marathon, drink a few beers at 10 Barrel’s Pray for Snow event, or go to the Boise Zoo and visit your favorite wild animals.
The Treasure Valley offers several affordable Halloween-themed events, including Caldwell’s Haunted World haunted house, the Old Penitentiary’s Frightened Felons event in Boise, Storyfort’s Scaryfort and Boo at the Zoo.
Kes Harsin, designer and wife of Boise State University football coach Bryan Harsin, will meet with fans at American Clothing Gallery in downtown Boise to discuss her signature line with fans as her newest season of designs hits stores.
Story Story Night leaves Boise for the first time for “Finish Line: Slammer of the Year,” an annual storytelling competition taking place this year at the Meridian Speedway. The audience can help crown the winner.
The 39th annual Hyde Park Street Fair will feature 19 bands and about 100 vendors, including artisans, nonprofits, food and a beer and wine garden. This year’s event will be from Sept. 14-16, 2018, in Boise’s Hyde Park.