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Weekend Events

Friday, April 9th

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

Ballet Idaho Presents “All-Italian Program”. BSU Spec Center. 8 pm.

Boise Little Theater presents “Twelve Angry Men.” 8 pm. Fri and Sat.

Boise Contemporary Theater presents “Namaste Man”. Fri & Sat 8 pm. (208) 331-9224.

PBR-Professional Bull Riders.
Idaho Center. Fri-8 pm, Sat-7 pm, Sun- 2 pm.

Ada Community Library. Family Game Night. Includes movies, treats and video games. 6:30-8:30.

Friends of Boise Public Library presents the annual spring book sale. Fri:9 am-7 pm. Sat: 9-5 pm. Sun:12-4 pm. 1/2 price sale! Located behind Boise library in warehouse between 8th and 9th streets.

Saturday April 10th

John Tesh. Morrison Center. 8 pm

Treasure Valley Country Western Dance Association monthly dance. 7 pm-11pm. At the Boise Square Dance Hall. FREE country dance in the Boise Valley that welcomes families with children of all ages and will play requested music all evening long. We will be giving away gift certificates, and we may even teach a mixer or two and a quick line dance. Donations will be gladly accepted to cover expenses.

Beat Coach Pete Scholarship Run. 3 mile fun run with proceeds benefiting BSU students. For every runner that beats Pete he will donate $5. 9:30 start time at the Student rec center. Finish line in Bronco Stadium.

Boise Public Library.
Saturday Special. 2 pm. Fun for all.

Art for Kids 2010. Free event. 1-2 pm Library! at Collister, 3-4 Library! at Cole and Ustick. #384-4200.

Science Saturday. A free presentation on raptors. 2 pm. Ages 7 and older. At Eagle City Hall east of the Eagle Public Library.

Caldwell Public Library. Shakespeare for Kids- Readers Theater. Presents”A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. 2 pm.

Thanks to The Idaho Statesman for the info.

See anything I missed? Leave a comment.