Treasure Valley Weekend Events!

Friday, March 19th

Prairie Dog Playhouse presents “Popeyed”. A family fun film. March 5-April 3rd. Fri and Sat 7:15 pm.

Knock-em Dead Theatre. “Nunsense.” Fri and Sat. March 19-April 17th. 6:30 pm.

Idaho Around the World Festival. At The Basque Center in Boise. 3:30-9:30 pm. Voices United of Idaho presents a fun-filled night with free entertainment from around the globe. Enjoy traditional and modern performances from multicultural groups in Idaho. FOOD, ARTS & CRAFTS will be sold by various cultural groups for fundraising purposes. Free admission. 601 West Grove Street Boise, ID. (208) 331-5097

Idaho Stampede. Quest Arena. Fri and Sat 9 pm.

St Luke’s Auxiliary Jewelry Sale. Fabulous selection of jewelry and gifts, most priced at $6! A great start to your spring wardrobe – come find a new treasure or two. Auxiliary proceeds benefit St. Luke’s by funding special requests for the hospital, patients, their families, and the staff. Sale held at the Anderson Center 5th floor location- St Lukes downtown. 7 am-4 pm.

Boise Philharmonic ‘s “A Salute to Shakespeare”. 8 pm. Northwest Nazarene University.

Saturday, March 20th

Country Music star Jason Aldean preforms at 7:30 Taco Bell Arena.

Boise Philharmonic‘s “A Salute to Shakespeare” 8 pm. Morrison Center.

Neighborhood Open Gyms. K-6. Supervised open gyms at Neighborhood schools. Hawthorne, Liberty, Koelsch and Valley View. 10-2 pm.

Best Indoor Open Play. Fun ‘n Fit Inflatables and Danik Gymnastics. $5/child. Every Mon-Fri 10am-1:30pm. Every Sat 1-4 pm at Danik in Eagle.

Treasure Valley Country Western Dance Association dance and lesson. 7:30 pm-11pm. At the Boise Square Dance Hall.

Garden City Library. Mad Hatter Tea Party. 12-1 pm. We will supply tea, sandwiches, and other treats! There will be many Wonderland-themed games and crafts! This event is free, no registration required!

Meridian Library. Family Sat. Table games. 11 am.

Boise Public Library.
Read to a therapy dog. Fun for all ages.

Nampa Library. 10:30 am. All play. Wii, Nintendo, chess and other games.

Thanks to The Idaho Statesman for the info.