Frank Church Reading Series
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Nov. 29 (base) JUMP (in)
Dec. 27 (over) DRIVE (crazy)
Jan. 31 (trial) RUN (around)
Feb. 28 (boot) CAMP (it up)
Mar. 28 (in a) SPIN (your wheels)
Apr. 25 (take a) HIKE (up)
BLiP Reading Series
Homegrown Theatre presents BLiP: Plays in a BLiP of time. BLiP is a monthly reading series that features work by local playwrights. The readings are held on the last Tuesday of every month.
This event is free and open to the public. Donations or Patreon membership suggested to help support HomeGrown Theatre. More information here.
Increase your reading ability and confidence by reading to man’s best friend from Helping Idaho Dogs. Registration is required; contact the Youth Services staff at 939-6814, ext 113. (Age: 5+)
Presenter: Brenda Pritchard
Two lovers are torn apart when a young bride succumbs to terminal bone cancer and must watch her groom live out the rest of his life, without her.
The Mammal Problem is 10 true stories covering 20 years of the husband’s life, the joyous and the suffering, all observed and commented on by the wife. The stories are told to live, original music.
It will make you think, it will make you laugh, and it will make you cry. (Not necessarily in that order.)
Eric Valentine | Storyteller
Laio | Singer-songwriter, Guitar
Natalie MacLachlan | Actress
Kyla Davidson | Cello
Wesley Steele | Keyboards
Contact Name Trevor Hanson
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Contact Phone 208-972-8320
Library Branch Library! at Collister
Join us each week for tech and games! We have Wii-U, PS3, laptops, robots, Minecraft and more! 3D printing is also available for drop-ins.
Presented by the 2016-2017 Fred Meyer Broadway in Boise Season.
VIP (premium seating + merchandise item) tickets available.
“Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science” (www.altonbrownlive.com), the follow-up to the smash “Edible Inevitable” tour, will hit the road in 2016. Fans can expect all-new everything including songs, multimedia presentations, talk-show antics, and bigger and better potentially dangerous food demonstrations.
Brown has a knack for mixing together a perfect base of science, music and food into two hours of pure entertainment. Critics and fans alike have raved about the interactive components of Brown’s shows. He promises “plenty of new therapy inducing opportunities during our audience participation segments. I don’t want to give too much away, but this time we’re going to play a little game while we’re at it. Plus, you’ll see things I’ve never been allowed to do on TV.” He’s also contemplating more sophisticated protective gear for folks in the first few rows…just in case things get messy…again.