Here are a few of my top picks for fun things to do in Boise over the next month! October is so spectacular here!

Thanks to: http://www.boise.org/EventSearch.aspx
for the calendar!

On Foot and By Bike
Arts & History Sesqui-Shop
Presentation by Jaap Vos, Director of Boise State University’s Department of Community & Regional Planning.
Readings & Conversations with Erik Larson
7:30 pm
Morrison Center, 2201 Cesar Chavez Ln
Author of four New York Times bestsellers, most recently “In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin”

$17.50-$50.50. Series tickets available: $40-$115.

Oregon Trail Memorial Bridge Dedication
Julia Davis Park
Please join us to celebrate the renovation of the
Oregon Trail Memorial Bridge, on Capitol Blvd.
The bridge was renovated in 2013 as a special
project for BOISE 150. The City of Boise,
Ada County Highway District, Idaho Heritage Trust,
and private citizens joined together, to bring this
Boise landmark back to life. Refreshments,
live music, and a dedication ceremony will be
a part of the evening’s celebrations.
Boise Farmers Market
Every Saturday between 04.05.2014 and 12.20.2014
9 am to 1 pm
Republic public parking lot, 10th & Grove Streets
Idaho Horror Film Festival
10.16.2014 – 10.18.2014
The Egyptian Theater
The Idaho Horror Film Festival is the premier genre film event in Idaho. Our mission is to shine a spotlight on Idaho’s burgeoning filmmakers while showcasing the very latest in horror films from around the globe. Join us this fall in Downtown Boise for our inaugural festival.
Wintry Market 2014 – Call for Artists
All Day
United States
We are now excepting Vendor applications for the 2014 Wintry Market event on Saturday November 22nd 10am – 5pm and Sunday November 23 from 10am – 3pm at El Korah Shrine.

The Wintry Market is a juried event with space for 42 vendors with a 6’W x 6’D booth space. Fill out the application due October 20th: http://wintrymarket.com/vendorapp/

More info: http://wintrymarket.com/vendor-faq/