Virtual Alive After Five Concert Series


Yoga in the Yard
Old Idaho Penitentiary


Boise Goathead Fest
Cecil D Andrus Park
Boise's New Summer

It’s not the summer you expected, but maybe it’s the summer you need. Boise’s event organizers and creative types are getting savvy about making summer happen, virtually and right here in the City of Trees. While museums are open or have re-opened, there are also virtual experiences happening with the Boise Art Museum, or special community conversations with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights and Black History Museum. The Idaho State Museum even does “Trivia Tuesdays.” Rediscovered Books Author Readings: Read books, and/or get to meet authors through their zoom live meetings. Or do some serious consideration of some new flavors of built-in-Boise booze. Boise’s breweries and cideries have a bunch of new releases coming out. Meriwether Cider has spritzers. Barbarian Brewing and Western Collective have their “Black is Beautiful” series where all proceeds are going to nonprofit organizations supporting Black Lives Matter. And of course you can get all of the above tasty refreshments right at curbside.

Room to Roam

As much as things have changed, Boise is still a place worth a visit. Odds are, you’re coming to Boise to seek out some open space, to allow your mind to relax. That’s the premise behind the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau’s new campaign, Room To Roam. We’re all doing our best to stay safe, and we have the space to make that possible. Join us where social distancing comes easy and the Ridge to Rivers trails are free. Consider celebrating the open spaces with visits to the Idaho Botanical Gardens Great Garden Escape summer concert series, which is off to a good start this year. And you might bring another mask – swim goggles, more like it – to enjoy a cooling trip down the Boise River, because it’s float season once again and as of this writing, the Barber Park Shuttle services is back in action.

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