September Activities around Boise
Now that school has started, some of you may have a little more time on your hands. Fortunately, the Treasure Valley has some interesting and exciting things you can do to fill that time. Use some of that time for yourself and enjoy some new experiences or reconnect with some old ones that you’d like to take up again. Here are a few ideas of activities and events that might interest you.
Monday, September 3: 12:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Basque Center, 601 W Grove St. Boise, Idaho 83702
If you’ve ever wanted to experience Japanese culture then this is the activity for you. This will be a fascinating immersion into true Japanese culture. There will be booths which will include information on anime, a flea market, and karate booth. You will be able to stroll through the booths to the sounds of authentic Japanese music such as Koto music and Taiko which is traditional Japanese drumming. There will be performances demonstrating Japanese dancing, specifically the Lion Dance. Come see a calligraphy demonstration and taste the delights of Japanese cuisine.
Thursday, September 6, 2018 : 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
5668 W Flying Hawk Lane, Boise ID 83709
The Nocturne Auction is for guests 21 and over.
You will want to “flock” to this event benefiting the World Center Birds of Prey. Come join this evening event while enjoying delicious food, and drinks. Meet the raptor ambassadors, view the amazing raptor art done by local artists. Join the bidding on new and original work done by the artists. There will also be a number of Raptor Experiences that will be available for bidding on. The proceeds of this event go to support STEM educational programs, to help take care of our bird buddies and to maintain the facilities. This event will be well worth your time and money.
Friday, September 7: 8:00 am to 9:30 pm
2901 E Pine Ave
Meridian, ID 83642
This all-day event by Scentsy is in support of The Women’s and Children’s Alliance. This organization works tirelessly to help victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault. Volunteers will sit along Eagle road in rocking chairs to raise money for this organization. The day’s events will culminate at 9:00 pm with a dazzling fireworks show. Come help Scentsy celebrate their 14th anniversary with this special Rock-a-Thon.
Thursday – Saturday, September 13-16: 7:40 am Tee Times
Hillcrest Country Club, Boise, Idaho
For 29 years Albertsons has been hosting the Boise Open. There have been some exciting changes to the fan experience. Friday, after golfing is done for the day, the popular rock band Cheap Trick will be entertaining golf enthusiasts starting at 7:15 pm. With the new addition of the Fan Zone, golf spectators will be able to enjoy local foods and beer. Another new addition is Michelob Ultra Beers FORE Birdies venue on the 16th green. The cost of attending this new venue is included in the price of the ticket. There are no cover charges or upgrading of tickets necessary to enjoy this new fan experience.
Friday, September 14 – 16: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Boise County Roads, Idaho City, Idaho 83631
Since its inception in 2007, Idaho Rally has entertained folks from around the world. There are a few different ways you can enjoy this event, as a participant, a volunteer, or as a spectator. Idaho Rally has it all for you, whether you want to tear up the roads in the Boise National Forest with the staging area in Idaho City. Having gained national attention, this year’s event is promised to be the biggest yet.
Saturday, September 15: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Crater Rings National Natural Landmark, Main Cinder Butte Road, Mountain Home, Idaho 83647
Have you ever wanted the challenge of facing a volcano? Well, if you have, then this is your opportunity. This 10K (6.2 miles) course of rugged terrain at The Crater Rings National Natural Landmark, is sure to challenge participants. The race goes to the top of the volcano, then down around the crater rings. The course can be run or walked and for those who don’t want that much of a challenge, there is a 2.9-mile course that leads to a breathtaking overlook of the craters.
September is a wonderful time for new beginnings. A time to reset and start anew. You could find your inner adventurer or take on a new challenge.
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