In our December issue, in the article Warm, Dry, Full we regrettably referred to Romania as not part of Europe. Romania is indeed a European country and has been a member of the European Union since 2007. We apologize for our error.
THE DISCOVERY CENTER OF IDAHO UNVEILS NEW EXHIBIT
The Discovery Center of Idaho is proud to unveil its newest exhibition, Superstruct: Some Assembly Required, presented by CHSQA, and designed to inspire the builder in all of us. This is the science center’s third consecutive exhibition designed and produced in-house.
Superstruct, designed to give a hands-on look at foundational principles used by engineers, will be held in the science center’s newly renovated workshop. Additionally, the Discovery Center will reveal its new Young Learner area, which features two exhibits and three nursing chairs for attendees aged five and younger.
Now in its 27th year, the Discovery Center of Idaho is the state’s premier science education center, offering a variety of exhibits for kids and adults alike. Featured as one of Conde Nast Traveler’s 10 Best U.S. Museums for Kids (and Kids at Heart), the Discovery Center has a complete schedule of programs and educational offerings planned through 2016 and beyond.
FREE TENNIS CLINIC FOR ADULTS
Crane Creek CC and Idaho Tennis Association tennis professionals are volunteering their time to encourage and promote tennis in the Treasure Valley. If you are looking for a great opportunity to start playing tennis or if you are returning to tennis, this is for you.
Location: Crane Creek Country Club Tennis Facility 500 W Curling Dr Boise, ID 83702
January 9, 2016 at 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Contact Information: Bob Ewing, 208.859.1816
FIX YOUR FIDO CONTEST
Sit Means Sit and Boise Lifestyle magazine want to help you “Fix Your Fido!”
You could win either a Six-Week Puppy Pre-School or Basic Obedience Class from Sit Means Sit Dog Training.
Simply submit a picture of you, or family members with your dog(s) to email@example.com. Be sure to include your name or the name of the person in the picture, the dogs name and your address and phone. (Photo should be 500kb to 1 mb in size.)
Our winners are appreciating the difference Sit Means Sit can make to the overall behavior of their dogs. Submit your photo today!
CAROLYN HOLLY TO SERVE AS VP of marketing, communications and public relations FOR ST. AL’S
Within the new role, Carolyn Holly will serve as a key liaison to the communities that Saint Alphonsus serves. She will be an instrumental part of developing meaningful relationships with local resources and organizations, evolving a strategy for public collaboration, and advancing Saint Alphonsus’ mission to be a transformative healing presence within the community.
Carolyn has served for more than 30 years at KTVB Channel 7 television, where she became one of Idaho’s most experienced and best known television personalities. Carolyn will continue to serve as an anchor on KTVB Channel 7 until February of 2016, when she will subsequently make the transition into her new role at Saint Alphonsus.
BYP|10 START: LAUNCH A YEAR OF CHANGE WITH JEFF SAYER
Want to learn how to initiate change and make a difference in Boise? Join Boise Young Professionals in 10 months of change as the organization celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The first BYP|10 event is BYP|10 START—a discussion with Jeff Sayer, former director of Idaho Department of Commerce. Sayer will address the important role young professionals play in communities, how they can engage and empower participants to improve their communities.
First, learn statistics on where Idaho, Boise and Boise’s Young Professionals stack up in the workforce. Then, work in real time with Sayer to create solutions to issues facing Idahoans.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 12 to 1:30 p.m.
802 W. Bannock St., Ste. 202
Boise, ID 83702
THE MERIDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESENTS BUSINESS BASICS
Open your own Business: Business Basics FREE SBA workshop presented on January 28, 2016, 11:25 a.m. – 1 p.m
This workshop is an ideal place for new and future businesses who want information on how to structure and run a business. For more information contact Bueford Borron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALL TO ARTISTS
METAMORPHOSIS: AN ART EXPERIENCE TO BENEFIT THE WCA
Art Source Gallery is hosting an art sale event where 30 percent of all sales will go directly to the Women and Children’s Alliance. This evening event will be on Thursday, January 14, 6-9 p.m. It will feature Rocci Johnson and Friends (acoustic), live and silent auctions and a raffle to benefit the WCA, as well as wine and hors d’ouvres.
WELCYON – FITNESS AFTER 50, OFFERS WELLNESS WORKSHOP
Jody Jensen Huerta, Wellness Coach with Blue Cross of Idaho, will present on the best five things you can do right now to make 2016 your healthiest year yet. Topics include: healthy eating, the three components of exercise, and the importance of sleep and stress management.
When January 26, 2016, 6 – 7 p.m. at their fitness facility located at 12505 W. Chinden Blvd, Boise
Seats are limited. Please reserve your place by calling 208.409.7626,