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Your Weekend Roundup Oct 21-23

Here's a quick roundup of some of the best family-friendly events happening across the Treasure Valley this weekend!

Be sure to check the Boise With Kids calendar for all the details!


Friday, October 21:

-Aid for Ukraine Collection: 11AM-8PM @ 251 W Lake Hazel Dr, Meridian, ID 83642

-Collecting non-perishable food, medical supplies, baby items, clothing, survival supplies, essentials, monetary donations and more. See @aid4ukraine_id for all the details! Donate here: https://get.tithe.ly/online-giving-for-churches Amazon list here: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3HNNYEH8AA3HE/ref=hz_ls_biz_ex


-The Lumberjack Show at Lowe Family Farmstead: 2pm, 6pm and 8pm


-Visit Shindig Farms: 4-11pm


-Pumpkin Fun Day at Cherry Hill Farms: 4-8pm

-Face painting, free 2lb pumpkins for 10 and under, Charlie Brown story time, barrel carts, sundaes, cider slush, donuts and more!


-Halloween Party at Sit Still: 5:30-7pm

-Join Sit Still for a fun Halloween party! They'll have glitter tattoos, face painting, candy, snacks, refreshments, adorable photo backdrop and more! FREE!


-Live music by Randy Steward at Flaming Acres Farm: 6-8pm


Saturday, October 22:

-Aid for Ukraine Collection ends today - see above for info!


-Cherry Hill Farms is honoring veterans and first responders by offering $5 admission for themselves and immediate family members: 10am-8pm


-Spooky Vendor Event at Sweet Zola's Candy Shop: 11am-5pm

-We will be having another vendor event with multiple vendors in the parking lot. Come meet our employees and see the amazing artists/vendors we have this time! We had a great turn out last time and would love to see you again!


-Fall Harvest at the Idaho Botanical Garden: 10am-3pm

-Each Saturday offers a unique experience featuring Scarecrow Stroll, artisan vendors, food trucks, local beer, cider, and wine, and live music. There really is something for everyone! Set aside a few weekends to come and enjoy one of the best times to be in the Garden. Every Saturday in October 10a – 3p Tickets – General Admission You can purchase tickets at the Kiosk when arriving at the event! 🍂 Members: FREE 🍂 Adults: $11 🍂 Seniors (65+): $9 🍂 Youth 4-12: $6 🍂 Kids 3 & under: FREE


-The Lumberjack Show at Lowe Family Farmstead: 12pm, 4pm and 8pm


-Visit Shindig Farms: 10am-11pm


-JUMP or Treat: 5:30-8:30pm (rain or shine!)

-Join us for a free Halloween experience for all ages on Saturday, October 22nd from 5:30–8:30 pm. The JUMP Park will be transformed into a Wacky World of Wonder with larger-than-life inflatables, creative backdrops, and awe-inspiring decorations. Ghosts and goblins of all ages are encouraged to dress up in costumes to “JUMP-or-Treat” while exploring the JUMP Park and receiving treats and treasures along the way. This magical event is brought to you by a collaboration with JUMP and local non-profits coming together to create a safe, outdoor Halloween experience for all. www.jumpboise.org/jump-or-treat


Sunday, October 23:

-Harvest on the Water: 11am-9pm at Julia Davis Park

-Join us for a FREE family friendly event happening near the Boise River in Boise, Idaho!! This festival will be packed with live music from talented artists, a FREE KIDS ZONE, food trucks with a variety of delicious meals, shops from local vendors, a beer garden, and more!! Keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram for all details. We can't wait to see you all there! Powered by: Pioneer Federal Credit Union, Go Out Local, White Claw, Deschutes Brewery, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Two Towns Cider House, Jack Daniel's Country Cocktails, and Sockeye Brewing


-Día de los Muertos Movie at the Idaho State Museum: Coco

-In English at 12:30pm and in Spanish at 2:30pm. $5.00 Movie admission per person (museum admission not included) Concessions will be available for purchase. Enjoy a screening of Disney/Pixar’s film Coco. Rooted in music, the animated film tells the vibrant story of young aspiring musician Miguel as he embarks on a journey that uncovers the stories and traditions of his ancestors. Set during the celebration of Día de los Muertos, he learns the importance of love, forgiveness, and honoring the memories and legacies of departed loved ones. Rated PG


-Touch-A-Truck at Tate's Rents: 1-4PM

-Kids of all ages welcome to come see, climb and explore Tates Rents equipment! Coloring books, face painting, prizes and more!


-Flaming Acres Farm is open on Sundays from 2-6pm

-Orchestra Spook-tacular: 7:30-10:30pm at the Morrison Center


What did we miss? Drop it in the comments below!

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