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Feb 10, 2021
Zoo Boise, a division of Boise Parks and Recreation, announced the birth of a baby anteater. The proud parents Gloria and McCauley welcomed the pup into the world on December 23, 2020. Zoo Boise’s staff is pleased with how well Gloria is caring for her baby.
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Jan 12, 2021
Totally Boise Gathers 18 Local Coffee Shops across the Treasure Valley to Participate in a one day $2 Drink Special for Health Care Workers. Friday, January 15, 2020, 17 local coffee shops have come together to honor our local healthcare providers and caregivers. Each coffee shop is offering $2 16 oz. coffee and tea drinks all day long for healthcare professionals who show a badge upon ordering.
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Dec 23, 2020

10 Ways to Ring in the 2021 New Year in Boise

Lauren Berry | 23 Dec, 2020 | View Counts (1896)
To stay in or to not stay in, that is the question of the year. As we approach 2021, many people are contemplating how to ring in the new year. Here’s a list of ideas of how to kickoff 2021, whether you stay in the comfort of your home or spend time safely out in the Treasure Valley.
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Dec 15, 2020
As 2020 quickly comes to an end (and thank goodness for many of us), there are still many fun activities for families to enjoy, such as Christmas lights! Here are spots in Boise to see some amazing Christmas lights before the holidays end!
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Dec 03, 2020
Typically during the holiday season, pictures with Santa can be a long and tiring day. Due to COVID-19, pictures with Santa may actually be a lot less stressful and time-consuming than previously. WIth social distance guidelines in place, many Santa locations are offering contactless pictures and virtual visits with Santa by appointment.
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Nov 03, 2020
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 might look a little different with COVID, but that doesn’t mean the Winter festival won’t continue.
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Oct 26, 2020

Spookily Fun Halloween Events in Boise

Lauren Berry | 26 Oct, 2020 | View Counts (973)
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 businesses have prepared for a bunch of festive events that allow you to have a good time with friends and family while remaining socially distanced and careful.
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Oct 06, 2020
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 that won’t stop us from enjoying everything we love about fall in the Treasure Valley. Kick-off the fall 2020 season with these 6-fun fall activities.
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Sep 30, 2020

See Spot Walk emBARKS on 28 Years

Lauren Berry | 30 Sep, 2020 | View Counts (924)
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 furry four-legged friends, See Spot Walk is joining the list of events that have gone virtual!
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Sep 29, 2020

Experience Boise Goat Yoga

Lauren Berry | 29 Sep, 2020 | View Counts (1250)
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 in the backyard of Urban Farm, by Lively Balance Wellness Studio, Boise Goat Yoga is a relaxing way to practice yoga while in the company of goats.
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Sep 22, 2020
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 celebration! The celebration will kick off Friday, October 2nd, and go through Saturday, October 3rd, including music, food, and most importantly beer.
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Sep 14, 2020

Nominate a Star in Your Boise Community

Lauren Berry | 14 Sep, 2020 | View Counts (571)
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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