MOMIX reMIX: The Best of MOMIX

For over 30 years, MOMIX has astounded international audiences with little more than light, shadow, props and the human body. From its earliest days MOMIX has stood for invention without borders. A twist of the kaleidoscope and a new show is born. Now, the company presents The Best of MOMIX in MOMIX reMix. Witness pieces gathered from its repertory and showcases of new creations. This delightful and often startling show breaks the bounds of the conventional and enters an aesthetic orbit of its own.

GO FIVE

Meridian is full of short trails, and if you’re a runner, cyclist or just want to see more of your city, try these.

ROAD REPORT

Ten Mile Road from Cherry Lane to Ustick Road, lane and pedestrian restrictions through Sept. 23 for road, sewer and water improvements. Ustick Road east of Meridian Road, lane restrictions through Tuesday for utility work. Ustick Road west of Quarrystone Way to Ten Mile Road, lane restrictions with flagging through Feb. 20 for utility work. Venture Street from Fairview Avenue to Elden Gray Street, road closure through Feb. 6 for water, sewer and road construction.  

Togo’s opens first Valley location in Meridian

Customers crowded into the new Togo’s on opening day Friday, Jan. 16. The California-based sandwich shop, near the corner of Eagle and Ustick Roads, is the company’s first location in Idaho, along with a second eatery that opened the same day in Idaho Falls.

To Die For Chocolate Festival set for Saturday in Meridian

BOISE — Plan Ahead Events announces the first annual To Die For Chocolate Festival, a fun family friendly chocolate festival with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Eagle and Garden City Rotary Club. The festival will be held from 5-9 p.m. Saturday at Forward Movement Training Center, 125 W. Taylor Ave. #600 in Meridian.

Old classrooms, new material

Over the last couple days I have been in and out of classrooms all over the West Ada School District. School stories are a big part of the Meridian Press, and they are admittedly one of my favorite things to cover. I can’t help but notice how much things have changed from when I was going to school at the K-12 level.

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