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  • The Adventure Park in Meridian Everyone Needs to Visit: Urban Air Adventure Park

    We’ve been to our fair share of trampoline parks, but nothing braced us for Urban Air Adventure Park in Meridian, Idaho. Walking into Urban Air is like walking into a giant indoor playground for all ...
  • Boise Angels: Positively Impacting the Lives Affected by the Foster Care System

    Boise Angels is on a mission to create sustainable change in the foster care system so that every single child in foster care in the Treasure Valley will be supported and empowered to succeed. Valuing...
  • Totally Boise Joins Wine & Design for Ladies Night

    Wine and Design in Boise is the perfect arts and craft night to enjoy with friends. Located in downtown Boise on Bannock St., Wine and Design mixes art, beverages, and fun for everyone! A few members ...
  • Boise Businesses Honoring Veterans 2020

    Happy Veterans Day, Boise! Today gives us the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. This year and every year we continue to look at our veterans and active-duty mili...
  • 2021 McCall Winter Carnival Gets Back to its Roots

    For 56 years, McCall Winter Carnival has been a fan favorite. The small town of McCall made up of 3,000 typically welcomes a surge of more than 60,000 during the 10-day festival. This year, things mig...
  • Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

    And this year’s best Halloween costume award goes to 2020. As Halloween quickly approaches this year, many aren’t sure what is still safe and fun to do. The good thing is the Treasure Valley busines...
  • The Hyde Park Wine Shop: Newest Spot in Boise’s Favorite Neighborhood

    Ranked the #6 Most Friendly Neighborhood in the U.S. by National Geographic, Hyde Park is known for its eclectic, unique, and friendly spirit. So it’s no surprise that when one of Hyde Park’s most b...
  • Enjoy One Last Season at Linder Farms

    Reported earlier in the year by numerous outlets, Linder Farms is saying goodbye after the 2020 season. A Treasure Valley pumpkin patch favorite, Linder Farms is a great place to take family and frien...
  • 6 Activities to Enjoy While in Quarantine

    As a new COVID-19 spike hits the Treasure Valley, it has led many people back into quarantine. While some are able to work from home, others are scratching their heads trying to figure out what to do ...
  • Municipal Small Business Grant to Help Your Boise Business

    The year 2020 has been rough for Boise local businesses. In an effort to alleviate the hardship local businesses have suffered this year, the City of Boise has introduced the Municipal Small Business ...
  • Boise Co-op & Idaho Power Join Renewable Forces

    Boise Co-op — Joining forces with Idaho Power, the Boise Co-op, will soon produce 100% renewable energy. The Boise store already sources 86% renewable energy, but come 2021; they will source 100% ren...
  • Fall into October with These 6 Fun Activities in Boise

    As the leaves start to change and fall begins, new activities arise! Due to COVID-19, some activities have been postponed, moved to a virtual platform, or have had social distancing requirements, but ...
  • Experience Boise Goat Yoga

    We all have dreams — some dream of becoming president and some dream of doing yoga with goats. Goat yoga has become seemingly more popular over the years and has even made its way to Boise. Located i...
  • The Ultimate Boise Coffee Shop, Flying M Coffeehouse

    Flying M Coffeehouse may be one of Boise’s most popular coffee shops and for good reason. Flying M’s vibrant and unique shop embodies Boise, its community, and delicious coffee. Not only has Flying ...
  • New Boise to Atlanta Flight To Takeoff in November

    Delta Airlines is adding a flight to its nonstop list. Boise’s nonstop flight to Atlanta, operated on a Boeing 737-800, will take effect on November 20, 2020. The new flight addition will shave trave...
  • Celebrating 3 Years of Good Beer with Lost Grove Brewing

    Lost Grove Brewing found its way to Boise three years ago, and we couldn’t be happier. In order to celebrate with safety measures and so everyone can enjoy, Lost Grove will be having a two-day celebr...
  • Totally Boise Tips On Staying Healthy During the Smoky Season

    The air quality in the Treasure Valley is unhealthy due to dozens of fires in Idaho and surrounding states. With the current pandemic also lingering, it is essential to remind yourself of ways to main...
  • Feel at home at Meridian’s Divine Wine, Cork & Fork

    Nestled in downtown Meridian, Divine Wine, Cork & Fork offers wine, coffee, food, and a cigar lounge for their guests. The “at home” decor creates a relaxed and cute atmosphere that leaves guests wa...
  • 6 Indoor Activities to Beat the Smoky Skies in Boise

    The year 2021 cannot come soon enough—first, the pandemic, and now wildfires. While wildfires are a common occurrence every year, we have already surpassed last year’s fire count. Boise’s air quali...
  • Boise's 10 Favorite Local Artists

    Boise is home to many talented and creative artists. Handmade jewelry, ceramics, and other forms of art can be found all throughout the Treasure Valley. Here are 10 Boise artists we think you need to ...
  • Boise Angels: Positively Impacting the Lives Affected by the Foster Care System

    Boise Angels is on a mission to create sustainable change in the foster care system so that every single child in foster care in the Treasure Valley will be supported and empowered to succeed. Valuing...
  • Totally Boise Joins Wine & Design for Ladies Night

    Wine and Design in Boise is the perfect arts and craft night to enjoy with friends. Located in downtown Boise on Bannock St., Wine and Design mixes art, beverages, and fun for everyone! A few members ...
  • Boise Businesses Honoring Veterans 2020

    Happy Veterans Day, Boise! Today gives us the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. This year and every year we continue to look at our veterans and active-duty mili...
  • 2021 McCall Winter Carnival Gets Back to its Roots

    For 56 years, McCall Winter Carnival has been a fan favorite. The small town of McCall made up of 3,000 typically welcomes a surge of more than 60,000 during the 10-day festival. This year, things mig...
  • New Winco and Costco Coming to Meridian

    Exciting news for residents of Meridian: According to a report from Wow FM, the city of Meridian will be opening two major shopping centers side-by-side: WinCo and Costco!
  • Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

    And this year’s best Halloween costume award goes to 2020. As Halloween quickly approaches this year, many aren’t sure what is still safe and fun to do. The good thing is the Treasure Valley busines...
  • The Hyde Park Wine Shop: Newest Spot in Boise’s Favorite Neighborhood

    Ranked the #6 Most Friendly Neighborhood in the U.S. by National Geographic, Hyde Park is known for its eclectic, unique, and friendly spirit. So it’s no surprise that when one of Hyde Park’s most b...
  • Enjoy One Last Season at Linder Farms

    Reported earlier in the year by numerous outlets, Linder Farms is saying goodbye after the 2020 season. A Treasure Valley pumpkin patch favorite, Linder Farms is a great place to take family and frien...
  • 6 Activities to Enjoy While in Quarantine

    As a new COVID-19 spike hits the Treasure Valley, it has led many people back into quarantine. While some are able to work from home, others are scratching their heads trying to figure out what to do ...
  • Municipal Small Business Grant to Help Your Boise Business

    The year 2020 has been rough for Boise local businesses. In an effort to alleviate the hardship local businesses have suffered this year, the City of Boise has introduced the Municipal Small Business ...
  • Boise Co-op & Idaho Power Join Renewable Forces

    Boise Co-op — Joining forces with Idaho Power, the Boise Co-op, will soon produce 100% renewable energy. The Boise store already sources 86% renewable energy, but come 2021; they will source 100% ren...
  • Fall into October with These 6 Fun Activities in Boise

    As the leaves start to change and fall begins, new activities arise! Due to COVID-19, some activities have been postponed, moved to a virtual platform, or have had social distancing requirements, but ...
  • See Spot Walk emBARKS on 28 Years

    In the year 2020, we have seen a substantial shift in how events are held due to COVID-19. Even though many events have been canceled, others have gone virtual. Celebrating 28 years for the benefit of...
  • Experience Boise Goat Yoga

    We all have dreams — some dream of becoming president and some dream of doing yoga with goats. Goat yoga has become seemingly more popular over the years and has even made its way to Boise. Located i...
  • The Ultimate Boise Coffee Shop, Flying M Coffeehouse

    Flying M Coffeehouse may be one of Boise’s most popular coffee shops and for good reason. Flying M’s vibrant and unique shop embodies Boise, its community, and delicious coffee. Not only has Flying ...
  • New Boise to Atlanta Flight To Takeoff in November

    Delta Airlines is adding a flight to its nonstop list. Boise’s nonstop flight to Atlanta, operated on a Boeing 737-800, will take effect on November 20, 2020. The new flight addition will shave trave...
  • Celebrating 3 Years of Good Beer with Lost Grove Brewing

    Lost Grove Brewing found its way to Boise three years ago, and we couldn’t be happier. In order to celebrate with safety measures and so everyone can enjoy, Lost Grove will be having a two-day celebr...
  • Totally Boise Tips On Staying Healthy During the Smoky Season

    The air quality in the Treasure Valley is unhealthy due to dozens of fires in Idaho and surrounding states. With the current pandemic also lingering, it is essential to remind yourself of ways to main...
  • Feel at home at Meridian’s Divine Wine, Cork & Fork

    Nestled in downtown Meridian, Divine Wine, Cork & Fork offers wine, coffee, food, and a cigar lounge for their guests. The “at home” decor creates a relaxed and cute atmosphere that leaves guests wa...
  • 6 Indoor Activities to Beat the Smoky Skies in Boise

    The year 2021 cannot come soon enough—first, the pandemic, and now wildfires. While wildfires are a common occurrence every year, we have already surpassed last year’s fire count. Boise’s air quali...
  • The Adventure Park in Meridian Everyone Needs to Visit: Urban Air Adventure Park

    We’ve been to our fair share of trampoline parks, but nothing braced us for Urban Air Adventure Park in Meridian, Idaho. Walking into Urban Air is like walking into a giant indoor playground for all ...
  • Boise Angels: Positively Impacting the Lives Affected by the Foster Care System

    Boise Angels is on a mission to create sustainable change in the foster care system so that every single child in foster care in the Treasure Valley will be supported and empowered to succeed. Valuing...
  • Totally Boise Joins Wine & Design for Ladies Night

    Wine and Design in Boise is the perfect arts and craft night to enjoy with friends. Located in downtown Boise on Bannock St., Wine and Design mixes art, beverages, and fun for everyone! A few members ...
  • Boise Businesses Honoring Veterans 2020

    Happy Veterans Day, Boise! Today gives us the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. This year and every year we continue to look at our veterans and active-duty mili...
  • New Winco and Costco Coming to Meridian

    Exciting news for residents of Meridian: According to a report from Wow FM, the city of Meridian will be opening two major shopping centers side-by-side: WinCo and Costco!
  • The Hyde Park Wine Shop: Newest Spot in Boise’s Favorite Neighborhood

    Ranked the #6 Most Friendly Neighborhood in the U.S. by National Geographic, Hyde Park is known for its eclectic, unique, and friendly spirit. So it’s no surprise that when one of Hyde Park’s most b...
  • Enjoy One Last Season at Linder Farms

    Reported earlier in the year by numerous outlets, Linder Farms is saying goodbye after the 2020 season. A Treasure Valley pumpkin patch favorite, Linder Farms is a great place to take family and frien...
  • Municipal Small Business Grant to Help Your Boise Business

    The year 2020 has been rough for Boise local businesses. In an effort to alleviate the hardship local businesses have suffered this year, the City of Boise has introduced the Municipal Small Business ...
  • Boise Co-op & Idaho Power Join Renewable Forces

    Boise Co-op — Joining forces with Idaho Power, the Boise Co-op, will soon produce 100% renewable energy. The Boise store already sources 86% renewable energy, but come 2021; they will source 100% ren...
  • Experience Boise Goat Yoga

    We all have dreams — some dream of becoming president and some dream of doing yoga with goats. Goat yoga has become seemingly more popular over the years and has even made its way to Boise. Located i...
  • The Ultimate Boise Coffee Shop, Flying M Coffeehouse

    Flying M Coffeehouse may be one of Boise’s most popular coffee shops and for good reason. Flying M’s vibrant and unique shop embodies Boise, its community, and delicious coffee. Not only has Flying ...
  • Celebrating 3 Years of Good Beer with Lost Grove Brewing

    Lost Grove Brewing found its way to Boise three years ago, and we couldn’t be happier. In order to celebrate with safety measures and so everyone can enjoy, Lost Grove will be having a two-day celebr...
  • Feel at home at Meridian’s Divine Wine, Cork & Fork

    Nestled in downtown Meridian, Divine Wine, Cork & Fork offers wine, coffee, food, and a cigar lounge for their guests. The “at home” decor creates a relaxed and cute atmosphere that leaves guests wa...
  • Boise's 10 Favorite Local Artists

    Boise is home to many talented and creative artists. Handmade jewelry, ceramics, and other forms of art can be found all throughout the Treasure Valley. Here are 10 Boise artists we think you need to ...
  • New Addition to Hyde Park: Hyde Park Mercantile

    Located on 13th Street, The Monteith Family (Owners of Hyde House) has expanded and added a new addition to Hyde Park: Hyde Park Mercantile. Business partners, Jill Monteith and Mark Croll worked tog...
  • Get to Know the Faces Behind Downtown Boise

    The vibrant downtown Boise atmosphere is easily recognized as something truly exceptional. From the funky public art to the small-town community energy, downtown Boise is unmatched. Something about th...
  • Support Local, Buy an Idaho Made Mask

    As face masks continue to be a part of our daily lives, it’s time we start investing in multiple to maintain recycling them throughout each week. Lucky for you, we know of quite a few local mask make...
  • Heart Of Timber Putting Their Heart into Every Custom Build

    Heart Of Timber Owner, Alex Jangard, and his team combine years of talent and skill to create custom-designed furniture, crafted with quality and thoughtfulness. Using locally sourced material, from s...
  • The WebMarkets Way

    Are you a part of the 80% who has partnered with nightmare marketing employees, agencies, and freelancers? All of which have proven to create sub satisfactory output, charge outrageous hourly prices, ...
  • Albertsons Drive Up & Go Program Makes Grocery Shopping Effortless

    Albertsons is reinventing the grocery shopping experience. As we shift into this new digital era, Albertsons is following suit with its Drive Up & Go™ program. They offer free grocery pickup options ...
  • The WebMarkets Way

    Are you a part of the 80% who has partnered with nightmare marketing employees, agencies, and freelancers? All of which have proven to create sub satisfactory output, charge outrageous hourly prices, ...
  • No Phones While Driving, Boise.

    Boise City Council just restricted using phones while driving except if it’s “hands-free." This ordinance will prevent texting & driving and make the roads safer for the city of Boise! Along with Me...
  • “What if?”: Boise’s 2019 Startup Week

    It’s year four for Boise Startup Week! Starting October 7th, celebrate Idaho’s growing ecosystem. Boise Startup Week is a festival free to the public & will take place at venues throughout downtown ...
  • Meet Boise’s da Vinci Doc

    Did you know general surgery is a distinct surgical specialty? Meet Dr. Steven Williams, Boise’s best general surgeon and expert in minimally invasive surgical procedures. Dr. Williams specializes in...
  • 2021 McCall Winter Carnival Gets Back to its Roots

    For 56 years, McCall Winter Carnival has been a fan favorite. The small town of McCall made up of 3,000 typically welcomes a surge of more than 60,000 during the 10-day festival. This year, things mig...
  • Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

    And this year’s best Halloween costume award goes to 2020. As Halloween quickly approaches this year, many aren’t sure what is still safe and fun to do. The good thing is the Treasure Valley busines...
  • Enjoy One Last Season at Linder Farms

    Reported earlier in the year by numerous outlets, Linder Farms is saying goodbye after the 2020 season. A Treasure Valley pumpkin patch favorite, Linder Farms is a great place to take family and frien...
  • 6 Activities to Enjoy While in Quarantine

    As a new COVID-19 spike hits the Treasure Valley, it has led many people back into quarantine. While some are able to work from home, others are scratching their heads trying to figure out what to do ...
  • Fall into October with These 6 Fun Activities in Boise

    As the leaves start to change and fall begins, new activities arise! Due to COVID-19, some activities have been postponed, moved to a virtual platform, or have had social distancing requirements, but ...
  • Experience Boise Goat Yoga

    We all have dreams — some dream of becoming president and some dream of doing yoga with goats. Goat yoga has become seemingly more popular over the years and has even made its way to Boise. Located i...
  • Learn New Water Sports Skills with Idaho River Sports

    Known for celebrating Idaho’s outdoor lifestyle, Idaho River Sports has been a Boise business since 1987. Committed to helping people have the best possible on-water experience available anywhere.
  • Annual Boise Event Art in the Park Goes Virtual for its 66th Year

    Art in the Park is a Boise favorite every year. Traditionally held at Julia Davis Park, Art in the Park is hosted by Boise Art Museum and in an effort to support talented artists. Known as a place to ...
  • 6 End of Summer Weekend Ideas in Boise

    Summer 2020 is coming to an end, on September 22 we’ll be moving into the fall 2020 season. While some people are already sipping on pumpkin spiced lattes, others are getting in as many summer activi...
  • Experience Live Music at the Idaho Botanical Garden

    A long time summer tradition continues to hold on at the Idaho Botanical Garden, known as the Great Garden Escape concert series. Working in partnership with Duck Club Presents and Treefort Music Fest...
  • 6 Underrated Adventure Spots within 3 Hours of Boise

    Idaho may be known for it’s potatoes, but don’t let that fool you, Idaho has some of the prettiest sights to see in nature. From hidden trails to large lakes, Idaho continues to impress us with some...
  • The Hidden Oasis Not Far From Boise

    It comes as no shock that once again we’ve found one of the dreamiest spots in Idaho! Toward the Northside of the Snake River Canyon, tucked away in Wendell, Idaho is Box Canyon Springs. This small, ...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Julia Davis

    Chances are if you’ve visited Boise or live in Boise, you have been to Julia Davis Park. Being the oldest park in Boise, Julia Davis Park is a Boise favorite. Julia Davis Park is Boise’s most unique...
  • Boise Realtor Takes the 4x4x48 Challenge in Support of the Ronald McDonald House of Idaho

    Run for Ronald, a fundraiser to help raise money for the families going through tough times being supported by the Ronald McDonald House of Idaho. Tyler Horn, a local Amherst-Madison Boise realtor, ha...
  • Totally Boise’s Park Pick of the Week: Ann Morrison

    Being the biggest park in Boise, it would be a shame not to put Ann Morrison park on the list for Totally Boise’s Park pick of the week. A whopping 153-acres along the Boise Greenbelt, Ann Morrison i...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Molenaar Park

    Located off South Maple Grove, Molenaar Park has built an exciting addition to their 20-acres of land, a dog park! As Molenaar Park makes plans to expand and add many amenities, the dog park comes as ...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Esther Simplot Park

    What was once a small pond, quite literally, has become so much more. It seems that as Boise continues to grow, so does its parks. Esther Simplot Park, home to Quinn’s and Esther Simplot Pond, has ex...
  • Social Distancing PiKINic in the Heart of Downtown Boise with KIN

    KIN has yet to open its doors, but they are still finding innovative ways to make the best of the current pandemic. Utilizing the outdoor space that was once home to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, KI...
  • Fun 4th of July Ideas in Boise

    City fireworks may be canceled but that doesn’t mean the 4th of July is. Falling on a Saturday, there are so many ways to turn the 4th of July into a fun weekend event.
  • Boise Zoo Safely to Reopen with New Guidelines

    The Boise zoo has made plans to reopen Monday, June 22 with new protocols during stage four of Boise reopening. Although not all animal exhibits will be open, the zoo is slowly and safely opening its ...
  • The Adventure Park in Meridian Everyone Needs to Visit: Urban Air Adventure Park

    We’ve been to our fair share of trampoline parks, but nothing braced us for Urban Air Adventure Park in Meridian, Idaho. Walking into Urban Air is like walking into a giant indoor playground for all ...
  • Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

    And this year’s best Halloween costume award goes to 2020. As Halloween quickly approaches this year, many aren’t sure what is still safe and fun to do. The good thing is the Treasure Valley busines...
  • 6 Activities to Enjoy While in Quarantine

    As a new COVID-19 spike hits the Treasure Valley, it has led many people back into quarantine. While some are able to work from home, others are scratching their heads trying to figure out what to do ...
  • Totally Boise Tips On Staying Healthy During the Smoky Season

    The air quality in the Treasure Valley is unhealthy due to dozens of fires in Idaho and surrounding states. With the current pandemic also lingering, it is essential to remind yourself of ways to main...
  • 6 Indoor Activities to Beat the Smoky Skies in Boise

    The year 2021 cannot come soon enough—first, the pandemic, and now wildfires. While wildfires are a common occurrence every year, we have already surpassed last year’s fire count. Boise’s air quali...
  • I Love Kickboxing Boise Excels During Pandemic

    Boise’s I Love Kickboxing is round housing COVID-19 with their contactless workouts. The staff is not only invested in kickboxing, but in keeping everyone as safe as possible. At ILKB, virtual and in...
  • Experience These Idaho Business Virtually At Home

    At Totally Boise, we’re always looking for ways to continue growing & experiencing all the things we love from home. Here is our list of local Idaho businesses who are giving you the opportunity to e...
  • 10 Self Care Ideas While In Quarantine

    Why not use this quarantine as a time to practice self-care? The only thing we can do is take care of ourselves & stay inside to take care of others. Here are 10 self-care ideas to make sure you are s...
  • 8 Ways to Keep the Kids Busy During Social Distance

    Keeping a schedule is not only going to keep parents sane but will help keep the kiddos busy and will bring a sense of comfort having a routine during these unsettling, confusing times. Totally Boise ...
  • Something Other Than COVID-19

    We've compiled a list of some exciting news & great websites if you’re over reading articles about Coronavirus. Check out this Totally Boise blog for more exciting local news in Boise & how they are ...
  • Working From Home Tips

    This week kicks off our first week working from home. We’re incredibly thankful we’re able to work from home & have the technology available to easily connect as a team. Working from home can be cha...
  • How to Help the Boise Community From a Distance

    Many people are experiencing changes in their busy day-to-day lives, we’re all continually looking for ways to stay busy, give back, & keep things as normal as possible. We want to be an outlet for w...
  • The Ronald McDonald House in Boise Expands

    The Ronald McDonald House in Boise expands making room for every family. The Ronald McDonald House serves families with ill or injured children being treated at a Boise medical facility. It’s time fo...
  • Where to Spend your Super Bowl Sunday in Boise

    If throwing a Super Bowl party isn’t your jam, we don’t blame you. But, we’re sure you still want to celebrate & watch the big game, so here are some places in the treasure valley that are throwing...
  • Your Guide to Valentine’s Day in Boise

    Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching & we know how hard it can be to find perfect plans. We’re here to give you options for how you can spend your Valentine’s Day in Boise. No matter how you end ...
  • The Downtown Boise Party You Don’t Want to Miss

    Get ready to sing your heart out! Voicebox Karaoke has joined Boise’s downtown scene on Front Street. With 71,000 songs to choose from and private booths, we’re sure you’re ready for some wild nigh...
  • 6 of the Best Ways to Keep Warm in Boise

    Cool air and snow-filled days are upon us, indoor activities are calling! We love exploring the outdoors & the snow makes it that much better, but sometimes you just need to bundle up & keep warm indo...
  • Idaho’s Newest Nonprofit: The Library of Things

    We had the opportunity to talk with Paul Johnson, the founder of Library of Things, & learn more about his ideas behind the Idaho Share & Supply. Before creating Library of Things, Paul traveled as a ...
  • Your First Inside Look of Meridian's Vertical View Climbing Gym

    Vertical View is Boise’s next indoor climbing gym, filled with rock climbing walls designed to give you the experience of a lifetime! We stopped by for a tour with the Vertical Views’ Administrator ...
  • Treasure Valley Small Business Event: The Social Shoot

    The Social Shoot was created for like-minded business owners in the Treasure Valley to network, update their headshots with two incredible photographers and create digital assets.
  • The Adventure Park in Meridian Everyone Needs to Visit: Urban Air Adventure Park

    We’ve been to our fair share of trampoline parks, but nothing braced us for Urban Air Adventure Park in Meridian, Idaho. Walking into Urban Air is like walking into a giant indoor playground for all ...
  • 2021 McCall Winter Carnival Gets Back to its Roots

    For 56 years, McCall Winter Carnival has been a fan favorite. The small town of McCall made up of 3,000 typically welcomes a surge of more than 60,000 during the 10-day festival. This year, things mig...
  • Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

    And this year’s best Halloween costume award goes to 2020. As Halloween quickly approaches this year, many aren’t sure what is still safe and fun to do. The good thing is the Treasure Valley busines...
  • Enjoy One Last Season at Linder Farms

    Reported earlier in the year by numerous outlets, Linder Farms is saying goodbye after the 2020 season. A Treasure Valley pumpkin patch favorite, Linder Farms is a great place to take family and frien...
  • Fall into October with These 6 Fun Activities in Boise

    As the leaves start to change and fall begins, new activities arise! Due to COVID-19, some activities have been postponed, moved to a virtual platform, or have had social distancing requirements, but ...
  • Annual Boise Event Art in the Park Goes Virtual for its 66th Year

    Art in the Park is a Boise favorite every year. Traditionally held at Julia Davis Park, Art in the Park is hosted by Boise Art Museum and in an effort to support talented artists. Known as a place to ...
  • 6 End of Summer Weekend Ideas in Boise

    Summer 2020 is coming to an end, on September 22 we’ll be moving into the fall 2020 season. While some people are already sipping on pumpkin spiced lattes, others are getting in as many summer activi...
  • Experience Live Music at the Idaho Botanical Garden

    A long time summer tradition continues to hold on at the Idaho Botanical Garden, known as the Great Garden Escape concert series. Working in partnership with Duck Club Presents and Treefort Music Fest...
  • Celebrate National Mutt Day with the Idaho Humane Society

    In 2005, Colleen Paige, Celebrity Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate, created National Mutt Day to encourage embracing, saving and celebrating mixed breed dogs. The biggest perc...
  • 6 Underrated Adventure Spots within 3 Hours of Boise

    Idaho may be known for it’s potatoes, but don’t let that fool you, Idaho has some of the prettiest sights to see in nature. From hidden trails to large lakes, Idaho continues to impress us with some...
  • The Hidden Oasis Not Far From Boise

    It comes as no shock that once again we’ve found one of the dreamiest spots in Idaho! Toward the Northside of the Snake River Canyon, tucked away in Wendell, Idaho is Box Canyon Springs. This small, ...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Julia Davis

    Chances are if you’ve visited Boise or live in Boise, you have been to Julia Davis Park. Being the oldest park in Boise, Julia Davis Park is a Boise favorite. Julia Davis Park is Boise’s most unique...
  • City of Good Initiative Creating a Better Boise

    City of Good is a nonprofit organization that was created to help feed the Boise community, put people back to work, and continue making our local community stronger in wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
  • The Local Boise Drive-Thru’s You Need to Know

    July 24th, also referred to as National Drive-Thru Day! You can’t expect us not to celebrate the convenience of staying in the comfort of our car, right? Which is why we’ve got this list of the loca...
  • Totally Boise’s Park Pick of the Week: Ann Morrison

    Being the biggest park in Boise, it would be a shame not to put Ann Morrison park on the list for Totally Boise’s Park pick of the week. A whopping 153-acres along the Boise Greenbelt, Ann Morrison i...
  • Bringing East and South African Cuisine to Boise: Aunty Sue’s Kitchen

    Susan Tirima is a veteran when it comes to Kenyan cuisine, that is why she opened Aunty Sue’s Kitchen. What started as cooking for her daughters’ and their friends, has become a successful catering ...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Molenaar Park

    Located off South Maple Grove, Molenaar Park has built an exciting addition to their 20-acres of land, a dog park! As Molenaar Park makes plans to expand and add many amenities, the dog park comes as ...
  • Totally Boise Park Pick of the Week: Esther Simplot Park

    What was once a small pond, quite literally, has become so much more. It seems that as Boise continues to grow, so does its parks. Esther Simplot Park, home to Quinn’s and Esther Simplot Pond, has ex...
  • Fun 4th of July Ideas in Boise

    City fireworks may be canceled but that doesn’t mean the 4th of July is. Falling on a Saturday, there are so many ways to turn the 4th of July into a fun weekend event.
  • Boise Zoo Safely to Reopen with New Guidelines

    The Boise zoo has made plans to reopen Monday, June 22 with new protocols during stage four of Boise reopening. Although not all animal exhibits will be open, the zoo is slowly and safely opening its ...

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