As summer slowly and eventually winds down, it is a great time to get out and take advantage of treasure valley events. Most of these are free, although some do have admission costs, or things to buy once you get in.
Now that we've sprung forward into Daylight Savings Time, we make our way towards St. Patrick's Day, and then it's Easter. One of the traditions that we've grown up with since childhood that was canceled last year is pictures with the Easter Bunny...
This will be the 21st year for Winefest on Basque Block, and it gets bigger each year. And if you don't know what a Tempranillo wine is right now, you will be sure of it by the time the festival is over.
Doesn't everyone need a colorful concrete turtle to sit outside the front door? It's almost time to dig for treasures at Idaho's Largest Garage Sale, and you too can find hidden masterpieces like this guy.
In the wake of any tragic event, it seems pretty instinctive for people to say they're sending "thoughts and prayers" to victims. But as some of the survivors of the recent Florida school shooting eluded to, that's not cuttin' it anymore. It's time to do more.
It's a long holiday weekend and the Treasure Valley is jam-packed with fun things to do. Sports, nature, hot air balloons, farmers' market visits, even TV viewing parties are all part of the Top 10 events in our area.