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Found 5 blog entries tagged as "Idaho".

 

Farmers Market

Summer officially starts on June 21st– and with it brings so many options for fun for all ages in the Treasure Valley.  

Food

Our area growth brings big city options; yet Boise is still maintaining its small city feel with food pop-ups, intimate farm-to-table dinners, and thriving farmer’s markets! Check out:

  • Boise Farmers Market
  • Capital City Public Market
  • Meridian Main Street Market
  • Boise Pop Up Restaurants

Drinks

  • Boise Breweries
  • Visit Idaho Wine Country

Summer sports

The City of Trees offers too many warm-weather outdoor activities to list! From water yoga to a leisurely game of golf, you’ll find just the right type of action you are looking for. 

  • Water Fun
  • Golfing
  • Camping
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Mark your calendars for the Boise Spring Parade of Homes! See the latest in new construction and the hottest communities in the Ada County area. Tour 39 amazing homes! Free and open to the public from April 27th - May 12th.

This year, the workmanship of 34 builders on 39 unique homes will be showcased during the Spring Parade of Homes; an annual event held by the Building Contractors Association of Southwestern Idaho that begins April 27th through May 12th. Some of the best home designs in the Treasure Valley will be on display at this free event that is open to the general public.

The Mike Brown Group is proud to represent two premier Treasure Valley builders, Biltmore Co. and Ninety Degree Construction. These award-winning builders are

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Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park - A lasting legacy for Meridian residents 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Idaho has earned the title of the fastest growing state in the country (for the second year in a row). In 2018, Forbes named Meridian, Idaho the fastest growing metro area in the U.S. Visitors are pleasantly surprised at all of the amenities the Treasure Valley has to offer, including the seemingly endless parks and recreation options.  

Natives and those who’ve recently relocated here enjoy a vast array of employment opportunities, food options, year-round outdoor activities, and easy access to hundreds of acres of parks scattered throughout the valley. Many residents have heard the stories of long-established parks such as Julia

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 boise dog parks

Although city code requires all dogs be on a leash at all city parks and facilities, the City of Boise offers a plethora of outdoor activities for dogs and their owners and there are some exceptions to the code. Within the city are 4 off-leash dog parks that are open everyday from sunrise to sunset. These special parks feature sand or mulch materials instead of grass so that the animals can have fun in a unique environment. Additionally, there are 7 off-leash pet areas in developed multi-use parks with grass. Click here for a detailed list and maps.

Parks

A fun place you might want to consider bringing Fido to is Redwood Park, located at 2675 N. Shamrock Avenue, Boise, 83713. This park allows dogs to be off-leash from sunrise to 10 a.m. and

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When it comes to choosing a place to live, many factors go into making your choice. If you are trying to find the perfect location in Idaho, Eagle is sure to jump right to the top of your list. From its stunning location in the Boise foothills to its close proximity to downtown Boise, Eagle, Idaho has everything you might be looking for in a new place to live.

A Small Town Feel

While Eagle was listed on MSN’s Richest Towns in America list, that just doesn’t do justice to this gorgeous setting that feels more like small town living. The friendly neighborhoods, including Eagle Hills, which is located right along the beautiful Eagle Hills Golf Course only minutes from downtown Eagle, provide residents with the close-knit feel that shows what small

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