Have a hankerin' for a good festival or event in the Boise area? Here's a list of shindigs and goings-on that I recommend.
Come on, live a little! They're actually really tasty and high in Vitamin C, so you won't get scurvy.
Head downtown for the largest car show in the state. Just make sure you heed my proven words of wisdom.
The market looks a little different this year, but you can still find David Crosby there. I find that comforting, don't you?
Get out of the office on time and enjoy a summer humpday evening on The Grove. There's live music to be heard and socializing to be done.
For one evening every July, men with shaved legs, spandex suits, and prostate compression take over Downtown Boise. And it is good.
Halloween in summer. That's a good way to describe the Tour de Fat, and it'll be back in Boise again this year. Don't miss it.
People do some crazy things for charity, but jumping in Lucky Peak Lake on New Year's Day is easily one of the craziest.
Take a little trip to the Idaho Botanical Garden and get in the Christmas spirit. You'll have as much fun as a person can have without shooting your eye out.
If summer's almost over, it's time for the North End to put the hip in hippies.
This festival proves that the Greeks gave us a lot more than the 300 Spartans, the toga party, and national bankruptcy.
If you missed the late 60's and want to see what it was like, this is a great opportunity. They supply everything except the grass, but I bet you can find a little bit of that close by...