Film: Paranormal Prison
Old Idaho Penitentiary
runs thru Dec


Helhest Helfest
Mad Swede Brewing


Raising Spirits Halloween Bash
Idaho State Museum
Fall Fun Means Outdoor Events

Boise locals are an outdoor-gathering sort of folk. So if there’s a socially–distanced way to be with friends outside and share some scenery, good food and drink, or some music, you can bet they’ll figure it out. Take the Idaho Botanical Gardens for example. Their popular Harvest Fest will have some changes, but visitors will still be able to revel in the autumnal groove. The garden will host a COVID- minded harvest party every Saturday throughout October. The event includes Scarecrow Stroll, the socially distant one-way Hay Maze, a pumpkin patch, and local food trucks. For a more refined but unpretentious experience, head to an area winery for the harvest. On Saturday and Sunday of October 10 and 11th, Kerry Hill Vineyard will throw open the gates and provide music and food trucks for anyone interested in some good food and wine, all sampled in a socially-distant fashion out in Idaho’s sprawling wine country. Go to www.idahowines.org for more.

You Can Get There From Here

Here’s a good sign of things starting to return to normal: airlines are starting to expand their menu of offerings to and from Boise. Suddenly, this lively little city has capacity for flights to previously unthinkable destinations. Take Atlanta, GA., for example: the major international travel hub is now available from Boise. This daily, year-round flight will be the longest route served from Boise. The nonstop flights between the cities will begin on November 20. Also this winter, Alaska Airlines is adding routes that will surely warm up anybody who needs a break from snow, with several new routes to sunny Palm Springs, CA. Visit iflyboise.org for more information.

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