I remember the winters as a young girl in northern Indiana. No snow was too much. No cold was too cold. We loved to be outside sledding, building snowmen and constructing snow forts to protect against incoming snowballs. All the neighborhood kids had ice skates. We would seek out and skate on frozen puddles created […]
Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter has officially proclaimed March as Arts and Culture Month throughout the state of Idaho. The proclamation serves as a call to Idahoans and visitors to explore and participate in the many multi-faceted arts and culture events throughout the Gem State. “Artistic and cultural events play a unique and valuable role […]
Fall colors are popping throughout the mountains of Idaho; take a drive on our lovely scenic byways.
Reposted with permission from Steve Stuebner, Stueby’s Outdoor Journal The fall colors are just beginning to happen in the Treasure Valley. But in the mountains, the aspen trees are turning yellow and orange, the tamarack needles are turning yellow, the shrubs are turning orange and red, and this weekend would be a perfect time to […]
by guest blogger, Brett Wharton Thursday through Sunday, October 10-13, in Ketchum and Hailey, Idaho, the 17th annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival treats visitors to a nostalgic celebration of Idaho’s sheep ranchers. This September, USA Today featured the event on its national list, “10 Great Places for Fall Festivals.” MSN Travel went further, ranking […]
Beginning December 12, San Francisco will be just a simple, non-stop, two-hour flight from magical Sun Valley, Idaho and its world class skiing and winter recreation. United Express flights operated by SkyWest Airlines will begin new daily non-stop seasonal winter and summer service between San Francisco (SFO) and Freidman Memorial Airport in Hailey, ID (SUN)—a […]
By Daniel Frandson, Idaho student, actor and guest blogger The first annual Sun Valley Film Festival successfully got up and running on Thursday, March 15, 2012. Truly a great triumph, this festival brought film and the arts to a new level. Some of the new independent films featured were, “Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best”, “LUV”, […]
Week 6: October 3-9 The harvest season is in full swing, supplying farmer’s markets with endless edibles and fall decorations, and vineyards with a bounty of fruit. Blazing reds, gold, and orange dapple the countryside creating a natural palette of breathtaking beauty. Celebrate the gifts from the land. All Week: B-29 Streatery, Caldwell and […]