Feb. 7, 2019

February 7, 2019

Busy end of January!  Hello everyone!  As the first month of our new year slows down and the second month gears up...here are some fun things I shared with Steve Shannon over at KQFC today!

1.  Boise Art Museum has a unique exhibit on display right now and over the next few weeks.  Exploring the global culture of consumerism, South Korean artist Jae Yong Kim showcases his art show DONUT EVER FORGET ME.  This features hundreds of handsculpted and painted ceramic donuts.  What a unique look at art!  Though...it does kinda make me hungry just talking about it.  Be sure to check it out!

2.  Learn to Square Dance at the Mardi Gras Ballroom.  Family Friendly!  Kids 13 and younger are FREE.  Lessons start at 8 every Friday Night.  Food and beverages will be available.  So, head down and kick up your heels!

3.  Zoo Boise - Wild at Heart Free Day.  Saturday, February 3rd.  FREE Admission.  It's a Valentine themed event.  Fun for the whole family with face painting, photo ops, and a chance to make a Valentine's Day card for your favoriate animal!  Sounds like a roaring good time...see what I did there Steve??!!

4.  The Playhouse Boise is hosting THE GREAT GATSBY BALL MYSTERY EVENT now until February 16th.  The story is that Gatsby has invited you to his house warming party complete with bootleggers and gangsters.  There will be singing, dancing and a ton of mischief.  You can even add dinner to the show.  $25 Show, $50 Dinner and Show plus Tax and fees 
Phone: 208-779-0092 

*** BucketList Adventure for this week **

Looking for a quick afternoon or evening road trip to get out of town and check something off the Idaho BucketList...then head up to Idaho City and visit Diamond Lil's Steakhouse.  Only about an hour drive out of Boise, its a great place to enjoy lunch or dinner and emerse yourself in Idaho History. 

During the Gold Rush Era in Idaho, Idaho City was the largest town in the territory.  The gold rush of the 1800's produced more than 250 million dollars worth of gold that was pulled out of the Boise Basin.  Idaho City still thrives after over 100 years.  It is full of remnants of Idaho's glorious history.  

One such remnant is Diamond Lils Steakhouse where their world famous Money Bar has the largest collection of pre-1928 paper money in the world.  The room is literally covered with these bills and other historical memorabilia...plus the food is fantastic!  They have fantastic burgers and they cook up one of the best ribeye steaks I have ever had!

After lunch or dinner, take a walk around town on planked boardwalks and check out the historical old jail, school house, and cemetary.  Makes for a great day trip!

Have a great week Idaho!