Saturday Mar 17 @ 11:00 AM
Mobile PT Comes to YOU!
Shu's Idaho Running Company – If you missed Rita before at the store, here's another chance to meet her and set up an appt. She comes to you and will schedule around your days. Direct Physical Therapy Boise, will be in our store on (date) to answer any and all questions you may have about staying healthy and injury free as we head into the spring running season. Come learn about important stretches most runners don’t do but should. If you have a physical issue that’s been hampering your miles, free injury screenings will also be provided. Rita Miller, PT, MPT, CSCS is the owner and Physical Therapist at Direct Physical Therapy Boise, PLLC.. Having recently relocated to Boise from Kansas City, Rita decided to start a mobile practice that delivers outpatient care to patient’s homes, places of work, or other convenient locations in the Treasure Valley. In the 15 years she has been practicing, she saw how difficult it was for busy patients to have the time to visit a clinic in order to get the care that they desperately needed. Being mobile allows her patients to fit treatments in on their own schedule! She has been a runner for 25+ years (including finishing the NYC Marathon) and loves to hike, bike, and enjoy all the great outdoor activities that Idaho has to offer! Please visit for more information.
    Saturday Mar 17 - Mar 18 @ 6:00 PM
St. Patrick's Day Sat. 3/17 at Tom Grainey's
TO Entertain U, LLC – Celebrate St. Patrick's Day Sat. 3/17 at Tom Grainey's! 6PM-1:30AM / Live Music / Food / Drink Specials PERFORMING: Beyond the Burren Shillelagh’s in Space The LBJ’s Knotty Brine Uptown Chiefs bagpipers ********* ARTIST LINKS:
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Free Posture Clinic: Alignment, Benefits and Modifications
Sage Yoga & Wellness – Join the Sage Yoga School 200 Hour Student Teachers for a free posture clinic! Learn more about posture alignment, benefits associated with the postures, how to modify and use props, and receive corrections and assists. Take your practice and understanding of the most common postures further. Please sign up in advance. Limit 25 students. Thank you. Looking forward to working with you!
    Sunday Mar 18 - Mar 27 @ 1:00 PM
Bird Takeover at the Library! at Cole & Ustick
Boise Public Library – Golden Eagle Audubon Society is teaming up with the Library! at Cole & Ustick to celebrate the Year of the Bird. The Library will display the winning photos from the 2017 National Audubon Photo Contest and offer a scavenger hunt and bird-themed programs. Join in the fun! SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS: Put a bird on it! Craft Program: Sunday, March 18th, 2pm - 4pm Make bird-themed crafts with us including decals to make your windows more bird-friendly. All ages welcome. Pre-School Storytime: Tuesday, March 20th, 2:00pm - 2:30pm A very birdy storytime. Ages 3-5. Geeks & Gizmos: Wednesday, March 21st, 4:00pm - 5:00pm Learn about wings and flight! Ages 6-12. Tots & Toddlers: Friday, March 23rd, 11:00am-11:30am Nature stories, bird puppets, and music. Ages 0-3. Intro to Birds of Boise: Sunday, March 25th, from 2:00 - 3:00pm An introduction to common local birds with some tips on identification. All ages welcome. Intro to Ebird: Tuesday, March 27th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm Learn how to use this handy online tool, and turn your bird sightings into scientific data. All ages welcome.
    Monday Mar 19 @ 6:30 PM
Game Night for Adults
Boise Public Library – Are you interested in getting together for an evening of games? Come to the Library! at Cole and Ustick on the third Tuesday of each month to play Dominoes, Cards, Yahtzee and more! Adults only, please.
    Tuesday Mar 20 - May 15 @ 9:00 AM
Garden Green-Up: Pre-school program
Boise Urban Garden School – Preschoolers will get the chance to learn about and explore the garden. These programs are for ages 3.5-6 and run Tuesday-Thursday, 9am-12pm. Garden Green-up is a drop off program and each week will be different! Pre-registration is REQUIRED! Dates: March 20-22 April 10-12 May 15-17 Register at Questions? Call us at 208-376-3006
    Tuesday Mar 20 @ 4:00 PM
Rated Teen: Bingo of DOOM
Boise Public Library – Classic Bingo, with a twist! Prizes abound for winners, but YOU must choose between box A or box B. Will you get a scrumptious treat, or a gift card? Or will you get a raw potato? The choice is yours! Teens are invited to the Library! at Collister on Tuesdays for fun activities. From Virtual Reality and robots to art and crafts, there will be something different every week. Snacks and drinks provided!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 10:15 AM
Nampa Bookworms Bookclub - The Underground Railroad
Nampa Public Library – Join the discussion at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, in the 3rd Floor Board Room. We will be reading and discussing the book “The Underground Railroad” by Colson Whitehead. The Boise area has participated in a community-wide reading project since 2001. This year, the Read Me Treasure Valley selection is The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. Everyone in our community is encouraged to read this novel and come together to experience a full slate of events sure to enlighten, educate and spark introspection & discussion. Visit: To view the Bookworms Bookclub reading list, visit: Contact: Patty Metcalf at with questions.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 7:00 PM
Comics & Manga Club
Boise Public Library – This month we'll be discussing Giant Days, Vol. 1, by John Allison and ApocalyptiGirl: An Aria for the End Times, by Andrew MacLean, and Tokyo Ghost, by Rick Remender. Join us every third Wednesday of the month for a book club about comics, manga, graphic novels and more!
    Wednesday Mar 21 - Mar 22 @ 9:00 PM
NIIX, Sautrah, Donald Bumps, and Big Ups
Fatty's Bar – NIIX, Sautrah, Donald Bumps, Big Ups - Treefort Music Fest 03.21.2018 Ticket sales TBA. Free entry with Treefort Music Fest wrist band. ::::: NIIX - 12:45 ::::: NIIX musical adventure began with his interest in drum and bass. Honing his mixing skills on vinyl, he learned to program sets by studying regional and foreign influences; creating a style all his own. Currently Nicolas had expanded his horizons into varieties of techno, deep tech, house and even psychedelic trance. Groovy rhythms, dark bass lines and ethereal melodies emerge from his sets. ::::: Sautrah - 11:30 ::::: Growing up in the hardcore/metal scene in Boise, ID and Spokane, WA; Sautrah has set herself apart from other artists with her eclectic and unique taste in song selection. DJing for seven years and living in places across the world, she has been a resident DJ at CrowBar and Fatty’s Bar, and played almost every bar and club in town including Konnexion Music Festival, Sensory Illumination, Treefort Music Fest, and has brought headlining acts out to play with her at her own monthly, Black Bass. She is also ½ of the local DJ/Producer duo Black Plague. Some of her music’s biggest influences come from the art in Japan, UK Garage and Night Bass, Dirtybird Records, American and European Dubstep and Trap, old school Jazz and Big Band, African tribal music, vocalist Corey Taylor and his band Slipknot, poets Lana Del Rey and Shakespeare, Shambhala Music Festival, her friends X&G, and some good old fashioned occult magick. She studies music and poetry at Boise State University, and plays the instruments ukulele, piano, and is picking up bass guitar this year. She is currently in the studio writing music, singing and producing EDM, and compiling her own poetry book. Supporting local artists and the music scene continues to be one of her greatest purposes and joys. ::::: Donald Bumps - 10:15 ::::: An alien from space crashed landed here. From the wreckage authorities noticed a faint driving noise... as they got closer and uncovered the wreckage. They found an alien being with a note. On the note it stated, "We offer this gift to earth". Since this day Donald Bumps Has been gracing stages for his unique alienesque dj sets. ::::: Big Ups - 9:00 ::::: Big ups has been rocking dance floors since 2003 playing house and trance vinyls at college parties. Since then he's held residencies and playing massive events in both SLC and Boise. His company Audio Thrill Productions has been putting on dance music events in the Boise area since 2010 and currently co promotes every Thursday night at Fattys with 4 other co promoters. Each monthly has a different musical theme. Big ups prides himself in being a versatile DJ with a wide variety of taste in music who can play anything to any crowd at any time. Currently his love lies in the deep sounds of deep dubstep, psydub, and psyglitch on the bass end of things and techno, tech house and deep house for the faster tempo'd beats. Recently he's played Ecstatic Dance sets as well as created mixes for body work or massage sessions. See you on the dance floor. =============== 21+ as part of Treefort Music Fest Treefort passes Full list of festival artists Full festival schedule
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 1:30 PM
Visiting Design Curators Lecture
Visual Arts Center at Boise State University – Daniel R. Smith and Ardan Ergüven Visiting Curators of the Seattle/Istanbul Poster Show Free public lecture at the Visual Arts Center Hemingway Center 110- Boise State University Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 1:30pm-3:00pm Lecture and Q&A 3:00-4:00pm Reception with light refreshments Exhibition and lecture presented in partnership with the School of the Arts, the Art Department, and the Arts and Humanities Institute at Boise State University.
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 4:00 PM
Teen Program: Henna Designs!
Nampa Public Library – PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A SIGNED PARENT/GUARDIAN PERMISSION SLIP TO USE HENNA BODY ART. Print slips at, or pick one up at the NPl 1st Floor Information Desk. You're invited to Henna Designs! For ages 12-18. Henna tattoos, Bollywood films and Middle Eastern snacks! All material provided. *Henna is a plant-based dye that's artfully applied to the skin, leaving a temporary stain that lasts 1-2 weeks. It's a traditional art form of India, Africa and the Middle East. (The henna paste will be available until we run out. Please arrive early to make sure you get some!)
    Thursday Mar 22 @ 7:00 PM
Tomorrow's Jazz Tonight: Benefit for Centennial High School Band
The Riverside Hotel - Boise – Great entertainment and a great cause, what could be better? Join the Centennial High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Brittany Brings, for an unforgettable evening with special guests Kings of Swing. As arts funding continues to shrink in our public schools, this is an opportunity to help maintain excitement and excellence in Centennial's outstanding band program, and cheer on some future music stars. Doors open at 6:00pm, Show at 7:00pm General seating: $28 ($33 at the door) Preferred seating: $33 ($38 at the door) Students and Teachers get $8 off (show ID at the door) --- Many tables in the Sapphire Room are at bar height. Those requiring lower or ADA accessible seating will be most comfortable at the following tables: 25, 28, 33, 35, 36, 41, 60, or at the bar. For questions about accessible seating, please call 208-331-4930 or email 100% refunds are available until 48 hours before the event. Refunds cannot be processed after the event occurs for any reason. Boise's best kept secret! The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel, 2900 Chinden Blvd. Garden City, Idaho 83714. --- Need assistance? WE CAN HELP! Please call 208-331-4930 to order over the phone. Phone orders are available from 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. If you need help after-hours or on weekends, please email (fastest) or leave a voicemail at 208-331-4930 and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you for supporting local live music! ---
    Friday Mar 23 @ 6:30 PM
Sound & Vision - A Panel Discusssion
Visual Arts Center at Boise State University – Sound & Vision A Panel Discussion About Art, Design, and Music Friday, March 23rd, 2018 6:30pm – 8:00pm The Owyhee, 1109 Main Street, Boise, ID Free and open to the public What is the relationship between visual culture and music and how do the artists working in the genres of art, design, and music create these unions? How can music festivals, universities and other institutions play a role in bringing visual artists and musicians together or sparking interdisciplinary projects? What kind of “fort(s)” can artists and musicians build collectively to bolster and develop our visual and musical culture in Boise and create connections locally, regionally, and worldwide? Panelists: Ardan Erguven (Designer/Professor Istanbul, Turkey) Daniel R. Smith (Creative Director/Curator Seattle, WA) Julia Green (Illustrator Boise, ID) James W.A.R. Lloyd (Illustrator Boise, ID) Brian Wiley (Designer/Professor Boise, ID) Brian Gorman (Musician/Educator, San Francisco, CA) Panel moderator Kirsten Furlong, Gallery Director, Visual Arts Center at Boise State University. The panel is presented in conjunction with the Seattle Istanbul Poster Show at the Visual Arts Center at Boise State University Exhibition and panel discussion presented in partnership with Treefort Music Fest, Modern Hotel and Bar, the School of the Arts, the Art Department, and the Arts and Humanities Institute at Boise State University.
    Tuesday Mar 27 @ 6:00 PM
National Open House Night
Paul Mitchell The School Boise – BE A PART OF SOMETHING BIG! TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 6-8 P.M. 2 HOURS. 1 DAY. 100+ SCHOOLS. Turn your creativity into a career. Visit us during this coast-to-coast Paul Mitchell Schools open house event and discover how we can help you build a future in the beauty industry. EXPLORE: Scholarships and financial options, actual classroom experience, career-focused education, unique culture, plus much more!!! REGISTER:
    Tuesday Mar 27 @ 6:00 PM
National Open House Night
Paul Mitchell The School Nampa – BE A PART OF SOMETHING BIG! TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 6-8 P.M. 2 HOURS. 1 DAY. 100+ SCHOOLS. Turn your creativity into a career. Visit us during this coast-to-coast Paul Mitchell Schools open house event and discover how we can help you build a future in the beauty industry. EXPLORE: Scholarships and financial options, actual classroom experience, career-focused education, unique culture, plus much more!!! REGISTER:
    Tuesday Mar 27 - Mar 29 @ 6:00 PM
Drill Team 101
Dance Unlimited (Boise, ID) – Auditioning for high school drill team?! Feel prepared going into your audition and come learn the ABC's of drill team such as flexibility, military technique (inc. headstands), kick line technique, and jazz technique. March 27th & 29th from 6-8 PM! Register today at under "Drop-In Classes and Workshops"! #duseason34 #duSBcamp #dulicious #dustrong #dancewithdu
    Tuesday Mar 27 @ 7:00 PM
Collister Book Club
Boise Public Library – Join us for a lively discussion of this month's title. This month we are reading Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann.
    Thursday Mar 29 @ 6:00 PM
Ask a Banker Anything
Boise Public Library – Ever wondered what the difference between a debit and credit card is, how to apply for a loan, or what overdraft means? Come chat with a few banking experts to get all those questions answered that you’ve been too embarrassed to ask. For any special accommodations, please contact the Main Library at, 208-972-8255, or TTY: 1-800-377-3529. This is part of the Adulting 101 series of rad workshops for humans 18+. Earn badges, learn new skills, and level up your life! March's theme for Adulting 101 is: Finances. Find more Adulting 101 events here:
    Friday Mar 30 - Apr 1 @ 1:00 PM
Kirtan: The Yoga of Sound & Singing
Sage Yoga & Wellness – With Sheela Bringi & Brent Kuecker Kirtan is a celebration of life, community, and the presence of the divine through music. It is a folk form of joyful call-and-response singing that originated in the Bhakti tradition of Yoga. Kirtan connects us to the Great Goddess and Divine Masculine archetypes in Yoga, as well as to the mysticism and moods of Indian music. Join us for an in-depth immersion into the art and practice of Kirtan and experience the power of sacred sound. We will journey through ancient 3-tone chanting, Sanskrit pronunciation, the healing modes (ragas) of Indian classical music and the kirtans which arise from these melodies. You will learn to sing and lead mantras and kirtan with power, confidence and ease in your voice and body. Topics to be covered: • how to sing and lead kirtan • mantra chanting and pronunciation • the relaxing and rapturous melodic modes of Indian music (raga) • rhythm • deities, myth and mood • vocal technique • deep listening and sonic meditation Benefits: • vocal joy, power, and ease • creativity and self-expression • calm mind and open heart • increased capacity to listen deeply • development of musicianship and musicality • connection to community Hours: Friday: 1-4 pm & 7-10 pm Saturday 11-12:30 pm & 1-6 pm Sunday 8-3 pm $290 for those not enrolled in YTT $100 for YTT Students ------------------------------ Kirtan with Sheela Bringi & Brent Kuecker Friday 7 - 10pm (included in training) An evening of ancient Indian melody, mantra and kirtan. Experience Sheela Bringi’s angelic voice, harp strings and bamboo flute with hypnotic percussion and bass. Relax and deeply renew through the sound current of devotional offering. Meet Sheela Bringi Sheela Bringi, MFA, is a Grammy-nominated instrumentalist, vocalist, and educator trained in Indian classical music and jazz. She teaches on mantra and the sacred music of India in Boulder, CO, Los Angeles, CA, and at festivals and yoga studios around the world. Meet Brent Kuecker Brent Kuecker, E-RYT 200, is a Yoga teacher, bass player and devotional singer who has played bass for kirtan and mantra music for 15 years. Brent has toured internationally with Kirtan artists Shantala, Dave Stringer and Sheela Bringi. As a yoga teacher with 16 years of teaching experience, Brent teaches with a humanistic attitude and a life-affirming vision.