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Animals, Community Event
11th Annual Pooch Party Stroll & Splash
Join us for the 11th annual Pooch Party at Lakeview Park and enjoy Nampa's largest dog festival! Bring your dog(s) and family members to participate in a scenic one mile walk around Lakeview Park. After the walk, Lakeview Water Park will open and the dogs will have the opportunity to splash around in the swimming pool. Enjoy contests, raffles, a canine cake walk and pet friendly vendor booths as you support a great cause because all proceeds from this event go toward the continued development of Nampa’s Amity Dog Park as well as start to fund a second dog park in Nampa. For more information and to register visit our website at http://www.nampaparksandrecreation.org/PoochParty.aspx or call 468-5858. Walk starts promptly at 10am, Pool opens at 11am Fee: $25* per dog (includes adult t-shirt, doggie gift, walk and swim admission for one dog) $10 each additional dog (includes doggie gift, walk and swim admission for one dog) *$30 after August 21st
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Community Event, Food/Tasting, Fair/Festival
12th Annual Eagle Food and Wine Festival
WHO?: The Eagle Food and Wine Festival, located in beautiful Eagle, Idaho, is a family-owned and operated business. WHAT?: The Eagle Food and Wine Festival partners select Idaho wineries with premier local chefs to create the perfect tasting pair. WHY?: We want to highlight the best that Idaho has to offer in food, wine, beer, and more! This is all in an effort to help promote Idaho’s distinctive culinary identity and celebrating what makes our community unique! Live music enhances the evening. WHY ELSE?: The Eagle Food and Wine Festival is privileged to benefit local charities. A portion of event proceeds are donated each year to worthwhile local organizations, ensuring that our event causes positive ripples throughout the community. Now in its twelfth year, the event is a mainstay of the Eagle calendar and is eagerly anticipated by the public each year. Come join your friends and neighbors at one of the region’s most popular events!
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Benefit/Fundraiser
15th annual Change Your World Celebration
The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, builder and home of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, is pleased to announce the 15th annual Change Your World Celebration. Building on a long tradition of success this year the center is pleased to present, another unforgettable night with featured educator Greg Forbes Siegman. His story serves as the basis for The Silhouette Man. The student edition (The First Thirty) was NSDLC Multicultural Relations Book of the Year. His work to help students fulfill their academic dreams has received honors such as the Jefferson Award for Public Service and has been featured by media like Good Morning America. Proceeds from this important evening guarantee our program success each year and advance our statewide mission of promoting respect for human dignity through education.
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Acoustic, Americana/Roots, Country, Rock, Bluegrass, Jazz, Blues, Fair/Festival, For the Family
17th Annual Council Mountain Music Festival
Family friendly musical event in a beautiful shady park. Three bands each night. Jam sessions, band scramble for musicians, food and craft vendors. Bring you lawn chairs!
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Swimming, Bicycling, Running
19th Annual Beginner’s Triathlon
19th Annual Beginner’s Triathlon If you have wanted to participate in a triathlon but wanted to get started on a smaller scale this event is for you! Our Annual “Beginner’s Triathlon,” will include a 1/8-mile swim, 4-mile ride (upright stationary bike) and 1½ mile indoor run. Ages 13 years and older. October 13 8:30am Nampa Rec Center Individual: Member $25, Non-Member $30 Team: Member $55, Non-Member $60 Register by October 5 at 7pm
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Volunteer Event, Community Event, Fair/Festival, Walking
1st Annual NAMI Treasure Valley 5K Walk and Resource Fair
Announcing the 1st Annual NAMI Treasure Valley 5K Walk and Resource Fair happening Saturday, September 29th, 2018. The walk will branch starting from Old Timers Shelter in Ann Morrison Park and loop around along the beautiful Boise greenbelt back to the shelter for walkers and supporters to join in on the Resource Fair. In addition to the 5K, the fair will host provider booths, an interactive art project, food trucks, vendors, therapy dogs, and a family friendly activities area! HOW IT WORKS Most of the money is raised before the Walk. Register to walk or become a Team Captain. Then ask friends, family, coworkers, and business associates to donate either in person or via email or letter. Share your story of why mental illness is important to you. You’ll probably find out that the persons you’re talking to have their own story to share, too. WAYS TO PARTICIPATE Become a Sponsor Your company can help make the NAMI Walk possible through event sponsorship. And your visibility at the NAMI Walk will show thousands of people that you value mental health and wellness. Become a Team Captain Form a Team! You can form a Team to: -Celebrate recovery and remission from mental illness -Honor or Remember a loved one who is affected by mental illness -Engage in some friendly competition among agencies or companies -Have fun with friends and family while raising money for a great cause Volunteer Volunteers contribute their time to help make the NAMI Walk a success. Volunteer assignments include Walk set-up and tear down and assistance with Walk-day regiregistration, parking, refreshments, t-shirts, photos! Email namiwalkstv@gmail.com Join the Resource Fair Health Care Providers, Health/Wellness related Vendors, Support Groups and Clubs, Nonprofits, Food Trucks and Interested Parties can sign up to participate in the Resource Fair During/After the walk for this community celebration. Booths must register to join in the Fair. PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE TO SIGN UP!
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Other
2018 Coeur d'Alene Pickleball Classic Tournament
This is the 4th Annual Coeur d'Alene Pickleball Classic and it is guaranteed to sell out. This tournament has grown beyond our region and now hosts players throughout the United States as well as Internationally. The Tournament will be attended by many of the top players in the sport and everyone, from kids to adults will love this event. We are also looking for Sponsors and Volunteers to make this event possible. visit www.INWPC.com to learn more.
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For the Family, Animals, Ethnic, Community Event
25th Annual Koi Show
Idaho Water Garden & Koi Society, a non-profit organization located in the Treasure Valley, will be holding it's Silver Anniversary Koi Show at the Idaho Botanical Gardens. Saturday, August 25th from 10 am to 4 pm. Large and small specimens of fish will be competing for grand champion as well as many other honors and awards. The Boise Bonsai Club will be in attendance and the Japanese group, Kawa Taiko will be performing their unique "drumming" entertainment. Visitors will find volumes of information, vendors and food trucks. Plus the event is FREE to the public! If you are interested in being a vendor at the event or want to make a donation for this event, please contact Sot Chimonas 208-861-1500
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Basketball
3 on 3 Outdoor Basketball Tournament
3 on 3 Outdoor Basketball Tournament Come play in our 3 on 3 tournament at the local Creech’s court, across from the Lakeview Water Park. This tournament will provide an opportunity for players to come together and challenge each other in a fast paced and unique version of basketball. There will be Men’s and Coed divisions available. Games will be to 20pts or highest score after 25min. Games will be self-officiated. This tournament will be double elimination starting on Saturday morning at 11am. Ages 16 and up (with Parent Signature) September 22 Creech’s Court (Lakeview Park) $30/Team by September 6 $40/Team by September 13
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Community Event, Running, Walking, Benefit/Fundraiser
34th Annual Harvest Classic
The Harvest Classic Fun Run features an 8K run or wheelchair race, 2-mile run or walk, 1-mile non-competitive race, food, prizes, entertainment, vendor booths and a school competition. All participants receive a t-shirt, free admission to the Nampa Rec Center on race day and a chance to win fantastic prizes in the post-race drawings. Prizes are also awarded for top race finishers. Proceeds benefit youth through the purchase of P.E. equipment for local schools and Nampa Parks and Recreation Department Scholarship Fund. This fund provides scholarships for youth, families and individuals to access recreational activities. For more information call the Nampa Recreation Department at 468-5858 or visit our website at http://www.nampaparksandrecreation.org/HarvestClassic.aspx Saturday, September 15, 2018 8am-11:30am (Races start at 9am) Fee: $10 for 1-mile non-competitive race ($15 after September 11) $20 for 2-mile run, walk, or 8K run ($25 after September 11) $102 group of 6 for 2-mile run, walk, or 8K ($132 after September 11)
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