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To recognize and celebrate Idaho’s growing craft beer industry, Idaho Brewers United and Idaho Tourism have proclaimed April as the first Idaho Craft Beer Month. Throughout the month of April, producers, brewers, restaurants and retailers will come together to host events highlighting the cr…

The American Heart Association is dedicating the month of February to cardiovascular health. Heart disease and stroke are the leading killers of women, causing one in three deaths each year, according to the association.

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Bogus Basin turns 75 next December and plans to celebrate all year. To launch the festivities, Bogus is hosting a party on Sunday. Guests can enjoy skiing and snowboarding, music, cookies and hot chocolate, a torchlight parade and a fireworks show.

Scentsy invites the Treasure Valley community to take a break from the holiday gauntlet for a night out with festive music, warm beverages and a feast for the senses at its first-ever “Point of Lights” concert. Local high school and community choirs will perform in the Scentsy Commons Café f…

The award winning choral program at Eagle High School is presenting its annual Christmas concert Dec. 9 and 10. The concert will feature more than 200 singers and six choirs including “Bel Canto,” “Bella Voce,” “Sonous,” Cantori,” “Man Choir” and “Premium Blend.”

Meridian will ring in the holiday season with Christmas in Meridian, a week-long series of traditional and new community events. The city is accepting applications to participate in the events, including the Winter Lights Parade, Downtown Decorating Contest and the Children’s Winterland Festival.

Garden City Police say they have arrested a third suspect in connection to the Oct. 20 shooting death of a Meridian man. Police believe they now have all the suspects involved in the homicide, according to Garden City Police Chief Rick Allen.

Linnie Doyle Ministries will host the 18th Annual Live Holiday Gospel Concert to benefit Boise Rescue Mission Ministries from 3 to 5 p.m. Nov. 12. The concert, free and open to the public, will be held at Ten Mile Christian Church, 3500 W. Franklin Road in Meridian.

Meridian’s only theater company needs a new home. For the past three years, Treasure Valley Youth and Children’s Theater has rented space from the Meridian Development Corporation in downtown for $1 a month. The 4,800-square-foot building is used for classes, camps, rehearsals and performances.

After seven months of construction, the new Indoor Adventure Park will open at Wahooz Family Fun Zone in Meridian on Nov. 3. With more than 70,000 square feet, the Indoor Adventure Center, at 1385 S. Blue Marlin Lane, is touted as the area’s largest indoor family entertainment space.

Capital City Sound Chorus is inviting women from Meridian to join their annual Christmas Chorus, which begins with an open house from 7-9 p.m. Sept. 29 at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 2206 N. Cole Road in Boise.

Homecoming is around the corner for Eagle High School and the surrounding community. In an effort to bring everybody together for this big celebration, the Eagle High School Student Council will host a community-wide block party the evening of Sept. 15 at Heritage Park.

During Kendall Ford's anniversary celebration on Saturday, the Treasure Valley Mustang and Ford Club President Tom Schmidt will present a check for $3,300 to the Meridian Food Bank. The presentation of the check — the net proceeds from the club's 2016 annual show at Kleiner Park — will be at…