Nampa Idaho Events
Lovers of glorious and terrible movies can enjoy themselves at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival's annual Halloween Film Festival. All ages are welcome, adults over 18 are invited to a night of terror and fun on the 26th. The Idaho Falls Festival presents the classic story of a fairy who wants to wreak havoc and mayhem in the city of Idaho Falls.
Support the Women and Children Alliance and join the festivities this coming autumn weekend. On Saturday, 31 October, Halloween is on the programme from 5 to 9 p.m. - themed events and activities for all ages. Don't hold back on getting up for your Halloween, there are plenty of opportunities for Halloween parties and events in the area this year.
Drinks will be served and several local grocers will also be on site, so enjoy a great cause and enjoy your time on the farm while you are there with the family - friendly attractions such as Field Screams. The Guild Live gives insights into the past with local artists, musicians and musicians as well as live music and food trucks.
For just one day, Kids First Cast volunteers will give children a healthy day of fun, and while the children have free time, they can bring the whole family along. This is the 20th year of the Idaho Pumpkin Festival, so bring your family along for an evening of Halloween festivities. While you stroll (of course) through the many exhibits at the Boise Zoo, get your make-up done, enjoy games, participate in Halloween - animal encounters in the theme area, get your face painted and choose from a variety of delicious food and beverage offerings as well as fun activities for the children, you will be spoiled with a mountain of sweets.
The tour on October 25 and 26 includes a tour of the Idaho State Correctional Institution, the only ghost cell in the United States. Learn about the prisoners "past, watch the thriller, learn about their lives and, of course, enjoy drinks and food.
In fact, the Emmett Harvest Festival Street Fair celebrates what life in Idaho means to you and what makes this event popular with both locals and visitors alike, the variety of food, entertainment, food trucks, crafts, music and more. Visit the only farm left on Eagle Road and enjoy the activities while exhibitors present the Idaho Farm Bureau, the Idaho Department of Agriculture, Boise State University and Idaho State College.
Hocus Pocus (PG) will take care of dinner and drinks, and on Halloween night you can attend a vintage movie night at the Sapphire Room, which includes snacks. One of the best-kept secrets in town, Hocus pocus, PG-13, takes you through the story of one of America's best-loved horror movies. Snacks are included in each sandwich and wine, which includes a glass of wine and a bottle of beer or wine for dinner.
The attraction is both indoor and outdoor and will treat you to nightmarish fear for almost two hours. Attractions include haystacks for climbing, a haunted house, an interactive maze and more. The Indian Creek Festival also kicks off with live music, food trucks, live entertainment, crafts and activities for all ages. A petting zoo, children's playground, rides and games are available for all ages and for all kinds of fun.
Duck Unlimited is hosting the Great Northwest Outdoor Expo, hosted by Ducks Unlimited, from October 11 to November 2. Shortly before the event, Boise Trolley Tours is offering a special event: From October 10th, there will be a free drainage ride through the city of Meridian. Village Meridian invites guests to enjoy live music, food trucks, live entertainment, crafts and activities for all ages and all kinds of fun. Just before this event takes place at the Meridian Community Center in Meridian, Idaho, south of Boise.
The venue includes the Ford Sports Center, which opened in 1997, and the amphitheater, which opened on June 15, 1998. Since then, the complex has hosted more than 1000 events, concerts and other events. In addition, Ford Idaho Horse Park is used for horse shows and FordSports Center for indoor athletics events such as high school and college athletics, cross country, football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball and soccer. The 10,500-seat outdoor amphitheater opened a 60-by-40-foot stage in 1998, an outdoor theater measuring 10 by 10 feet in 1999, and an outdoor concert hall in 2002.
The Ford Amphitheater has hosted a variety of music festivals, including the Great American Music Festival, the Warped Tour and the Idaho State Fair. On Sunday, October 6th, there will be a special performance by the Boise Ballet Folklorico at Ford Idaho Horse Park. A treat is on the program for the Treasure Valley, the day is full of fun and everyone is invited to dress up and participate in the fun. The Ballets Folkloreico will perform in full costume on the day of the dance, as well as a dance party for children and adults.