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Take a look at our hand-picked list of the best things to do in Boise all year long.

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Things to Do in Boise ID in October | Boise October Events

October is a gorgeous month in Boise as the City of Trees lights up with fall colors. As the leaves start to turn, it’s a great time to enjoy the crisp air and cool temperatures. The month begins with average temperatures in the mid 70s—ideal for a morning at the market or a stroll in the foothills—and ends by dipping into the mid-50s, just when you’re ready to bring out your wool sweaters and pour a hot beverage. October is the season of autumn festivals and events, and there’s more than enough to fill your calendar.

Scarecrow Stroll | Idaho Botanical Gardens

All month

The Idaho Botanical Gardens’ Scarecrow Stroll is a popular autumn event in Boise, featuring whimsical and creative scarecrows throughout the garden in the month of October. 31

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Things to Do in Boise in September | Boise ID September Events

September in Boise is one of the most inviting months.

As the summer heat begins to calm, Boise comes back to life with renewed early fall energy. September welcomes moderate temperatures in the mid-70s and a chance to get outside and enjoy the beauty of trees as they just begin to turn. You won’t need your heavy sweaters and boots yet, but you’ll get to experience the crisp autumn air and squeeze in a few last-minute summer activities before the weather takes a turn.

September brings with it some of Boise residents’ favorite yearly activities, including Art in the Park and the Hyde Park Street Fair. Fill your calendar with these concerts, events, performances, and activities!

Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic

August 29-September 2

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Boise's Urban Winery Tour

The Wineries and Tasting Rooms of Boise’s Urban Wine Region

The wineries of downtown Boise and the surrounding communities are home to some of the most unique and exquisite local wines. Set in Boise and Garden City, The Southwestern Urban wine region is quickly becoming a hot spot for diverse cuisine, art, culture, and outdoor recreation. Some wine-lovers even hop on their bikes and hit the Boise River Greenbelt to tour and taste these local wineries. Read on and see for yourself why Boise's Urban Wine region is the perfect place to sip and sample Idaho wines with your friends, family or that special someone.

Telaya Wine Co.

Telaya Wine Co - Tasting room and patio space
Photo courtesy of Telaya Wine Co

Telaya Wine Co is owned by husband and wife duo Earl and Carrie Sullivan and named

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Where to eat the best breakfast in Boise

Is there anything better than a scrumptious breakfast?

If you’re the kind of person who gets giddy planning your breakfast as you go to bed every night, this post is for you. Boise’s restaurant scene has a breakfast menu for everyone, from a healthy start meal to a sugar-fueled feast.

Many of the locally-beloved breakfast spots in the Treasure Valley have been around for years, while a few newcomers have already woven themselves into the area seamlessly. Whatever your preference—whether you’re hunting for biscuits and gravy, a stack of pancakes, or an artisanal omelette—there’s a breakfast waiting for you in Boise.

36th Street Bistro

At 36th Street Bistro, you can experience the quiet, refreshing atmosphere of a garden while sipping a

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Exceptional Boise Restaurants That Define Local Dining

Boise’s restaurant scene has blossomed over the past years with consistent newcomers as well as long-standing community icons. Whether you’re looking for your next date night dazzler or somewhere tasty for a working lunch, you’ll see the top culinary spots on this list. From Italian to American, breweries to wine bars, steak and seafood to pasta and vegan, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Boise.

Álavita

Alavita, Downtown Boise
Photograph courtesy of Alavita

Local and regional ingredients, inspired design, and craft cocktails define Àlavita, an Italian joint by the creators of Boise favorite, Fork. Located in the historic 1890 Boise City National Bank Building, Àlavita is an aesthetic treat for the eyes and palate from the minute you walk through the door.

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Downtown Boise Breweries Beer Lovers Guide

When you think of Idaho, you probably see a mental montage of stunning mountains, majestic wildlife, and winding rivers. Add this to your reel: some of the best craft beer in the Northwest.

Yep, that’s right: on top of the scenic vistas and unparalleled outdoor recreation, Idaho is the 3rd largest hop growing region in the nation. Boiseans can enjoy local beer produced right in our own backyard: around 75% of the state’s hop production happens just west of the city in Wilder and Greenleaf. If you drive through the rolling hills of Parma, Wilder, Greenleaf, and the surrounding areas in the summer, you’ll pass green fields of towering hop vines. Events throughout the year celebrate this growing community of brewers, including Alefort (part of the

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Boise Christmas Countdown Events 2015

The seasons have officially changed here and now is the time of year that we see a change in decorations around town too! Boise is such a great place to be during the Holiday season and what better way to celebrate that by taking part in some of the Holiday fun around town. There isn’t a better way to kick off the festivities than by grabbing your coat and stopping by many of the Boise events happening soon to help get you in the Holiday spirit.

Boise Holiday Parade 2015 – Downtown Boise

Saturday, November 21st at 9:45am

For almost 70 years, The Holiday Parade is a Boise tradition and a source of pride for our community. Bring the family to this year’s parade to celebrate The Joy Of Giving with Grand Marshal Robert Krueger. The theme of this

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