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Sep 14, 2020
There have been 11,750 COVID-19 cases in Ada County, with 138 deaths (as of September 10, 2020). As positive cases continue to rise, it has left a lot of uncertainty about how communities will continue functioning.
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Sep 08, 2020
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 gather and explore with family and friends, the current pandemic has definitely shifted the way Art in the Park is going to be held this year.
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Aug 10, 2020
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, the concert series has a great lineup of local artists, bands, and musicians.
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Jul 27, 2020
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, has made it his initiative to take on the Run for Ronald challenge this coming August alone!
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Jul 15, 2020
Over the next couple days, Boise residents will be able to see Comet NEOWISE soar through the Treasure Valley. Visible twice a day on July 15th, 16th and 17th, the comet will be best seen when the sky is at its darkest.
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Jul 01, 2020
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, KIN is creating a fun way of being able to enjoy dinner and a show, at a safe distance of course.
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Jun 29, 2020
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.
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Jun 22, 2020
A press conference was held Monday, June 22 as Health officials informed the public that Ada County will be taking a step back into Stage 3.
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Jun 22, 2020
A new stout is coming to Boise and it is bringing a powerful message, Black is Beautiful. Releasing as early as next week, Boise brewers have joined forces in order to raise awareness to the issue of police brutality and inequity in the United States.
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Jun 22, 2020
“Eagle is Strong” this year’s theme for the upcoming July Eagle Art Walk and Eagle Chalk Art event. The Eagle Arts Commission (EAC) has teamed up with Finer Frames to sponsor amateur, professional and student artists the opportunity to create vivid chalk art at the July Eagle Art Walk.
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