June Events Around Boise

June with its sunny days and warm weather is a busy time of year. Along with all the outdoor activities of swimming, boating, hiking and camping, there are plenty of indoor activities that hopefully you can squeeze into your busy schedule. Not to mention all that the Treasure Valley offers when it comes to ways to play and learn. Here are just a few of the many exciting opportunities available throughout this month and throughout the valley to play, to learn, and to grow.

Boise Downtown Alive After 5 Concert Series

June 6th – August 29th, 5pm – 8pm

Every Wednesday evening this summer, The Center on the Grove will be rocking the BODO with the 32nd Alive After 5 Concert Series.  For 32 years, Alive After 5 has brought to Boise artists such as LED, The Ghost of Paul Revere and Afrosonics.  Also performing will be the Brad Parsons Band and The Talbott Brothers.  All summer long you can enjoy great music amongst the charming atmosphere of downtown Boise.  Come shop and dine while enjoying the music.  This is a FREE event.

Idaho Shakespeare Festival

June 1st – July 29 8 pm, Tuesday thru Sunday (Mondays are dark):  7:20 Greenshow Mini concert series

Directions

Misery is an adaptation by William Goldman of Stephen King’s book by the same name.  When novelist, Paul Sheldon, is rescued from a roadside accident by his “biggest fan”, Annie, his life soon takes a gruesome twist as she plots and manipulates, causing his life to become something from the pages of a horror novel.  The only way to survive this ordeal is for Paul to outwit this psychopathic fan and escape. Do to the violence, language and dark subject matter of this play, it is STRONGLY recommended for mature audiences only.

Also playing at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival this summer is Macbeth, Mamma Mia, and Pride and Prejudice.  Check out their website for more information and pricing.

Sheep in the Foothills Festival

Saturday, June 9th, 10 am – 1:30 pm, Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center: 3188 Sunset Peak Rd, Boise, ID

The City of Boise, in conjunction with Idaho Wool Growers Association, and Idaho Rangeland Resources Commission, are presenting the 8th Annual Sheep in the Foothills Festival.  This appropriate-for-all event will feature opportunities to learn about sheep, wool and watch a dog herding sheep demonstration.  Learn how sheep are used to manage rangelands in the Foothills. There will be crafts for the kids, live music with Gary and Cindy Braun, lots to buy from local vendors, and a delicious lunch of, what else but, BBQ lamb.

Yoga

Sunday, June 10th 10:30 am – 11:30 am, Every month on the 10th

JUMP, 1000 Myrtle St.  Boise, ID 83702

Once a month on the 10th, join with other families and individuals in learning to celebrate our individuality and embrace the mindfulness of yoga.  Classes weave together exercise with music, dance, and song to help the development of the total being.  Bring your family, a friend, or just come by yourself and internalize these elements to promote the creation of a whole, joyful being.  A parent must attend if children are coming.

JUMP Camp: Culinary Creativity

Wednesday, June 9th. 9 am – 4 pm

JUMP:  1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702 (Teens ages 10-14)

“Don’t play with your food”, is not something you’ll hear at this event.  In fact, it’s encouraged.  Learn to bake a dessert in your own hand-made solar oven.  Also, you will develop culinary skills through making Vietnamese inspired summer rolls.  This will include two types of dipping sauce.  Come and explore, create and by all means, play with your food.

Critter College at Zoo Boise (Grades K – 1)

Thursday, June 14 th, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Zoo Boise:  355 Julia Davis Dr, Boise, ID 83702

Every Thursday this summer at the Boise Zoo there will be opportunities to introduce K-1 grade children to the animals of the world.  They will have up close interaction with some of the animals and will be able to discover what an Aldabra Tortoise is or see a real penguin as it scampers about and swims through the water.  Students will have the opportunity to act like a monkey and even sample their food. The cost for each child is $30 for FoZB passholders and City of Boise residents and $35 for nonresidents.

Longest Day of Golf

Sunday, June 24th, 6:00 am to 7:00 pm

 Warm Springs Golf Course:  2495 Warm Springs Ave., Boise, ID 83712

Sponsored by Business Links Boise, Eventageous Idaho, and the Alzheimer’s Association of Idaho.  For $60 each player will receive a cart and tee time.  Provided by Warm Springs Golf Course you will also receive a bucket of balls and your range fee waived.  Tee times start at      6 am and go to 7 pm.  There will be awards for “Closest to the Pin”, “Longest Drive”, and there will also be a raffle.  Bring your friends and take part in this opportunity to network, have fun and support the Alzheimer’s Association of Idaho.

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About Judy Trimble

Experienced Realtor in the Treasure Valley and McCall/Donnelly area. Message me with questions!

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