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Heritage Middle School student Angelyn Wade is encouraging the community to take part in the first Cause + Event race in the Treasure Valley on April 9.

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Treasure Valley Children's Theater presents its musical adaptation of “The Wind in the Willows,” opening Saturday.

Twenty years ago, corn mazes were just starting to crop up around the country. The U.S. didn’t even have a maze dedicated to public entertainment until 1993, when Pennsylvania began what is now a favorite fall tradition in America.

MERIDIAN — A classic children’s story takes the stage at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday at Treasure Valley Children’s Theater, 703 N. Main St. This family-friendly rendition of “Robin Hood” is performed by only three actors. Seating is available both on the floor and in chairs, $5 for cushioned…

Discover the 25th anniversary of the Discovery Center of Idaho

Mike Armstrong and his granddaughter, Clara Prescott, 3, of Meridian, watch the Meridian Winter Lights Parade Fri., Dec. 6 in downtown Meridian.

Start your holiday celebration with ‘Dashing Through The Snow’

Dia de los Muertos celebration at the Idaho State Historical Museum

If you’re lamenting the end of summer, this fall feature is for you. Once you see how excited your fellow Meridianites are about the changing seasons, you too might catch the fever for scarf weather, auburn-colored leaves and all things pumpkin flavored.

Pumpkin patches, hay rides, corn mazes and hot apple cider. Fall has arrived and here are five places to celebrate.