VOLUNTEERS AND DONATIONS NEEDED

FOSTER GRANDPARENT PROGRAM OF THE TREASURE VALLEY
Boise, ID

When you share your love, time and experience, you have the power to help a child who needs you. Individuals age 55+ volunteer as role models, mentors and tutors in schools and education non-pro ts.

For more information, go to: www.seniorcorps.gov

 

ONGOING

TREASURE VALLEY SINGLES
Eagles Lodge
Nampa, ID

Treasure Valley Singles has a dance every Sunday night at the Eagles Lodge in Nampa.

7:30-10:30. Married couples and singles, over 21 years of age, are welcome. $6 member, $7 non-members.

For more information, call (208) 887-8870 or visit treasurevalleysingles.weebly.com

 

APRIL 8

37TH ANNUAL PALOUSE PATCHERS’ BLUE BAYOU QUILT SHOW
Latah County

Fairgrounds, Moscow, ID Over 200 locally made quilts will be on display April 8th and 9th at the Latah County Fair- grounds, open 10 am to 5 pm (4 pm on Sunday). Admission $5 general $3 Senior/Kids under 10. Results from the quilting challenges will be up! Don’t miss the great fabric and accoutrement vendors!

For more information, go to: www.palouspatchers.org Or call: (509) 332-6252

 

APRIL 13

SOUTHERN IDAHO WOMEN’S EXPO
Best Western Burley Inn & Convention Center
Burley, ID

Over 50 vendors featuring a wide variety of career, business, family, home, community, networking, health, lifestyle and self-help information aimed at improving the lives of women!

Keynote speaker at noon will be Idaho Supreme Court Justice Robyn Brody!

For more information, call: (208) 679-4793

 

APRIL 18

WHO GETS GRANDMA’S YELLOW PIE PLATE?
Garden City Library
Garden City, ID

Learn how to avoid con ict when it comes to your inheri- tance. Learn about different options for your belongings and make sure that your wishes are communicated. 6-7:30pm Tues- day April 18th.

For more information, call: (208)472-2941

 

APRIL 21

LAVA HOT SPRINGS FOLK FESTIVAL
Downtown Lava Hot Springs
Lava Hot Springs, ID

Join us for the 2nd Annual downtown Lava Hot Springs Folk Festival. The event will feature songwriter/singers play- ing at different downtown busi- nesses. All proceeds will go to the Lava Hot Springs Elemen- tary School Music Program.

For more information, call: (208) 776-5504

 

APRIL 17

PINTS FOR PETS
Broken Horn Brewing
McCall, Idaho

Broken Horn Brewing Com- pany in McCall has teamed up with MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter to host a fundraiser cel- ebrating beer and bene ting the cutest furry pets you can nd. A dollar from each brew sold goes straight to MCPAWS.

For more information, call: (208) 315-5472