Final shows for classic musical ‘Guys and Dolls’
This Saturday the Treasure Valley YOUTH Theater will present “Disney Peter Pan, Jr.” — a play based on Disney’s “Peter Pan.”
Music Theatre of Idaho to premiere ‘Guys and Dolls’
More than 70 comics will gather in Boise next week for the first ever Idaho Laugh Festival (ILF) — a two-day event filled with stand-up, musical and improv comedy, as well as workshops and fun shows for all ages.
Enjoy your favorite flowers all lit up
Michelle Anderson of Eagle grew up in a family of entrepreneurs. So when her husband suggested they open a painting studio where adults could come enjoy a glass of wine and learn to paint, she ran with it. In July, the couple opened My Masterpiece Parties in Eagle.
Seven-year-old twins Ellie and Ava Ewing are excited to put on their mouse outfits next weekend and dance for thousands of people during Ballet Idaho’s “The Nutcracker” — a favorite local tradition.
On the third floor of Meridian City Hall is an art gallery that features rotating pieces from regional artists.
You can creatively support the fight against hunger this fall by painting a bowl for The Idaho Foodbank’s Empty Bowls fundraiser.
Go west, young dancers, go west.
Does your child have the gift of rhythm? Or maybe he or she would like to try karate? Here some Meridian businesses that offer classes for children.
Treasure Valley Children’s Theater returns to the stage with the second production of its inaugural season, “The Scent of the Roses,” also titled “The Unlikely Tales of Molly Moonshine: Lady Traveler and Unreliable Raconteuse.” The production follows on the heels of TVCT’s February debut of …
The Meridian Symphony, under the baton of artistic director and conductor Jim Ogle and featuring prize-winning guest pianist Ran Duan, presents its winter concert, “Music for Lovers,” tonight in Middleton and Saturday at Centennial High School in Boise.