Boise Phil: War of the Romantics
Morrison Center


Starlight Snowshoe Benefit
Bogus Basin


Downtown Boise
runs thru 29th
Big Sky Heads Back to Boise

Jump up and get ready to join us for some college basketball next month. In just a few weeks, Boise will once again becomes the place to see some great conference hoops, when the 2020 Big Sky Men's and Women's Basketball Championships takes place March 9-14 at CenturyLink Arena downtown. The stakes are high: The tournament champions will receive automatic berths to the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. The list of teams in the Big Sky Conference includes the University of Idaho and Idaho State University. The top five teams in the final regular season standings gets a chance at the quarterfinal round of the Big Sky Championship. The first games of the Big Sky women’s championship tip off the week on Monday afternoon in Boise. Their series continues until the women’s championship game on Friday afternoon. The men’s tournament wraps up Saturday with the men’s championship game that night. Information on who’s in the running for the tournament, and how to watch the games, is at www.bigskyconf.com

Hearts and Flowers

Stumped on just how to celebrate true love in Boise? Let us help you with a few suggestions. First, the Boise aficionados over at Indulge Boise have a few suggestions for Valentine’s Day munchies at their website. Consider also that downtown Boise has lots of local restaurants that offer great ambience for romantic dinners. But if you’re reading this and haven’t made reservations yet, it’s time. Or consider taking your date to the source and visit some Idaho wineries: Hells Canyon Winery, Sawtooth Winery, Potter Wines and Vine and Branch Ranch. These are just a few wineries that are offering Valentine's Day events.

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