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Things to do in June in the Treasure Valley

 

School is out and the temperatures are heating up! If you are new to the area or in need of some new things to do, here is a list of fun activities to do this June!

 

 

 

Farmers Market

 

The Boise market is open and continues each Saturday morning from 9:00 am through 1:00 pm. For the Spring and Summer Seasons you’ll find fresh, local greens and herbs, plant starts, meats, breads and pastries, honey, jams, fresh-roasted coffee, waffles, tacos, pizza and more. Located at 10th and Grove, you will always find fun and delicious items! For a list of other local farmers markets, locations, and times near you, please visit:

http://www.idahostatesman.com/living/treasure/article72108237.html

 

 

Idaho Shakespeare Festival

 

Enjoy the warm weather and theatrical experience with a trip to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival Amphitheater & Reserve. Located in downtown Boise, the Festival is a great way to get outdoors and experience the tradition that continues to entertain people of all ages. There are two different productions this month: Hamlet, which will run from June 2nd through June 25th, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which will run from June 30th through September 1st. Check out the entire performance calendar and purchase your tickets at:

http://idahoshakespeare.org/plays/

 

 

Emmett Cherry Festival

 

The Cherry Festival has been a tradition in Emmett since the 1930s. It is being held during the June 14th through the 17th, from 11 am - 10 pm Wednesday & Thursday and 11 am - 11 pm Friday and Saturday. Along with a carnival, there are food vendors, daily entertainment, and a parade! To view the entire schedule, please visit:

http://www.emmettcherryfestival.com/

 

 

Flag Day

 

Flag Day is being celebrated on June 14th at the Nampa Recreation Center from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm. This is a family friendly event with vendor booths, entertainment, food trucks, and carnival games! It is going to be a super fun event for people of all ages! For more information, please visit:

http://nampaparksandrecreation.org/index.aspx

 

 

 

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