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  • Boise Gets Last Chance To Check Out Winter Garden AGlow Lights

    Wednesday-Sunday, Jan. 2-6
      The holiday light spectacular known as the Winter Garden aGlow continues through Sunday, Jan. 6 at IBG. The garden has been a stalwart companion to Boiseans all season long—remaining open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day—and it's not about to let us down now.
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  • Where to Eat Out New Year's Eve

    Ring in the New Year with good grub and stiff drinks
      Some say how you choose to celebrate New Year's Eve dictates how you will spend the rest of the year. So to ensure that you'll have a stellar 2013, we suggest you and your crew hit up one of the following restaurants.
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  • Christmas Lights Take Flight

    Continuing through Jan. 1, 2013
      Luckily, there is a solution for anyone who may be suffering from Santa Claus envy this season.
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  • Liquid Hosts The End Of The World

    Friday, Dec. 21
      Liquid's End of the World Party should be high on your bucket list, along with trying out the drinking room at Whole Foods, riding the bull at Roddy's and buying up all the Twinkies in Boise. It is your last day on Earth, so make it count.
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  • Where to Eat Out in Boise on Christmas

    A list of area restaurants open Tuesday, Dec. 25
      If you're worried that Santa won't be able to bring you the gift of good (or even mediocre) cooking skills this holiday season, Boise offers plenty of options for dining out this Christmas.
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  • The Holidays Are On Ice, Even The Warm Ones

    Saturday Dec. 8
      On Saturday, Dec. 8, Idaho IceWorld will hold performances of Holidays on Ice. And by "holiday," the event organizers don't just mean Christmas. The performance celebrates everything from Valentine's and St. Patrick's days to Thanksgiving and New Year's.
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  • Treasure Valley Fills Hotel Rooms With Hope

    Saturday Dec. 8
      Saturday, Dec. 8, the Nampa Sleep Inn will hold its inaugural Fill a Room for Hope event to benefit Hope's Door—a shelter for victims of domestic violence—and several other charities. If ever there was a reason to venture into 2C, this is it.
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  • St. Alphonsus Festival Of Trees Lights Up Boise Center

    Runs through Sunday, Nov. 25
      For nearly 30 years the festival has dazzled Boiseans with its annual display: rows of trees furnished with every decoration imaginable that complement a host of holiday events. Visitors are invited to stroll through the display, and families can visit the North Pole Village to meet Santa Claus and his elves and create a Christmas card.
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  • Cyclocross Hits Eagle Island

    Saturday, Nov. 17
      Boise riders can crank up their gears and participate in the last race of the 10th annual series. The track consists of a one- or two-mile course that includes everything from sand and dirt to grass and pavement. Riders from every level of experience are encouraged to participate and races are divided into categories for pros, masters, juniors and first-time riders.
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  • Square-Dancing at Re-Art


    Nov. 10

      As part of with Boise 150, Re-Art has selected classes that "reflect an old-timey spirit." The art program through Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Art offers classes to kids ages of 5-12. Its mission is to translate various art forms into a curriculum suitable and fun for kids, helping them tap into their own creativity.
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  • Boise State Health Fair


    Nov. 13

      Even if you're trying your hardest to avoid the common cold with copious amounts of hand sanitizer and Emergen-C at every meal, sooner or later you're likely to get knocked on your ass with something that feels reminiscent of the Bubonic Plague.
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