Treefort Tickets on Sale
runs thru Dec


Mountainfilm on Tour
Egyptian Theatre


Boo at the Zoo
Zoo Boise
For Spooks of All Ages

Now in its 11th year of happily spooking patrons, the Idaho Old State Penitentiary is getting scary good at this annual frightfest. So good, in fact, that the annual two-day Frightened Felons event has begun to sell out, so if you think you’re interested, go now to history.idaho.gov/op-events/frightened-felons/ to register. The star of the show is, of course, the Old Pen itself, featuring “Terror in Cell Block 4,” which is known to be the only haunted cell house in Boise. Be sure to catch the ghost story presentations, costume contests, actors portraying inmates of the past, Old Pen mugshots and other photo ops. For adults-only night, there will be beer and wine for sale. For those who like their Halloween to be more warm and fuzzy, consider Boo At The Zoo, coming up Oct. 26. Zoo Boise will feature costumed characters passing out candy, costume contests for all ages, games, photo ops, face painting, special Halloween themed treats for all the zoo animals, and more-check out www.zooboise.org/events for more.

Boise's Getting Festive

The location has changed, but you can still get your fix of harvest-time fun at the Farmstead, which features Idaho's original corn maze, a pumpkin patch and hayrides. Looking farther down the calendar, plan ahead – and get tickets now – for holiday events that make it worth a weekend trip. Ballet Idaho’s annual Nutcracker show, slated for Boise’s iconic Morrison Center, already has its December dates locked in and you can buy tickets on their website starting Oct.18th. Are you ready? For those families who favor athletic pursuits, the Idaho Steelheads hockey team has its calendar updated through December. Break up the shopping with some sports, and check out the Steelheads schedule here.

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