Saturday, July 28, 2012

Snake River Roaring Youth Jam

The Snake River Roaring Youth Jam is a family arts festival in Idaho Falls. Organized by the Idaho Falls Arts Council, the "Youth Jam" is three days of art, theater and music for kids of all ages and their families. Held August 11th through 13th (Thursday through Saturday), the festival will include world music, a battle of the bands and various participatory art projects.

Events at the Snake River Youth Jam, Idaho Falls

At 7 p.m. on Aug. 11 &12 (Thursday and Friday), head to the Colonial Theater on A Street for a free takio drumming show. An ensemble of America's premier and emerging taiko drummers will be performing. Dedicated to preserving and disseminating American taiko drumming, the ensemble's work balances the traditions and rich history of American taiko with a contemporary edge exploring new dimensions in the art form.

On Saturday night (Aug. 13), make your way to Civitan's Plaza in historic downtown Idaho Falls for the Battle of the Bands! This show is a premiere venue for young bands in eastern Idaho. As many as 15 bands will compete for their share of over $2000 in prizes. Judges are a mix of Snake River All Star musicians and  area high school students.

Do you want to be in the Battle of the Bands?

Entrants will receive by e-mail a complete judges tally with comments. Bands will have the chance to garner a local business for sponsorship of their band. All participants will have the opportunity to attend the free judges workshop presented by members of the Snake River Allstars. Register your band or your child's at the Idaho Falls Arts Council.

Great Mid-Week Rates at Idaho Falls Bed and Breakfasts

Take advantage of arriving on a Wednesday or a Thursday for the festival and you might find a great rate at one of our destination inns in Idaho Falls.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Raspberry Festival at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood Idaho

The Idaho Event in Cottonwood!

You’re invited to participate in the 20th Annual Raspberry Festival at the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. This is an all-day event, featuring activities for the whole family. Some of the highlights include a $5 pancake breakfast, fresh raspberry shortcake, BBQ beef sandwiches, an arts & crafts fair, live music, a kids’ carnival, hand-crafting demonstrations, new and used book sales, fun run & walk, Chapel and Museum Tours and more.
Set against the beautiful background of the Monastery of St. Gertrude, the festival attracts more than 3,000 visitors who come to eat, play and shop for unique handmade crafts and gifts.

The Raspberry festival takes place on Sunday, August 5th from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 465 Keuterville Road.

Have you visited the Monastery of St. Gertrude before?Events

If you have visited this beautiful and historic site before, please share with us your favorite aspect of the property. If you are planning on attending the Raspberry Festival, what are you looking forward to the most?

Looking for Idaho Lodging during the Festival?

Take a moment to explore the unique and comfortable lodging options on our Southwestern Idaho B&B webpage.

Event Schedule for the Raspberry Festival:

7 – 7:45 a.m.
Fun Run & Walk race registration at the Museum

8 – 10:00 a.m.
Pancake Breakfast at the Museum
Fun Run & Walk

10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Raspberry Shortcake, BBQ beef sandwiches,
hot dogs and nachos in the Prairie High School gym

11 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, Raspberry Shortcake on the front lawn

9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Arts & Crafts Vendors (on side lawn and gym parking lot)
Kids' Carnival, Face Painting, Jingles the Clown (in gym)
Historical Museum at St. Gertrude visits
Living History Encounters and Cultural Demos

Live Music TBA

Tours Monastery Chapel at 10:00, 11:00, 1:00 and 2:00

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Pierce, Idaho Gold Celebration

1860 Days Celebration

This family-friendly festival celebrates the founding of the first gold rush town in Idaho. Taking place August 3-5, look forward to live music, street dancing a parade, costume contest, old-fashioned cooking, craft & food vendors and a softball tournament.

Lodging in and Around Pierce, Idaho

Take a look at our fine Idaho bed and breakfasts to find a great lodging option near all the fun!

Have you visited Pierce or Weippe?

What did you enjoy about these historic Idaho towns? Did you visit the logging museum or attend the 1860 Days Celebration? We would like to hear about it!

Sponsored in part by the Pierce-Weippe Chamber of Commerce, check out the schedule of events for the weekend below:

Events taking Place Both Days of the 1860 Days Celebration:

  • Horseshoe Tournament at the Timber Inn

  • Main Street Food, Craft & Gift Vendors


  • 12:-4pm: J. Howard Bradbury Memorial Logging Museum & Courthouse Open

  • 3:30-4:30pm: Drop-off Berry/Cherry Bake-Off Entries for Judging - Community Center - Open to Adults and Youth

  • 4:30-7:30pm: Pierce 1860 Days Kick-Off Barbeque at Pierce Community Center

    • Includes: Pie & Ice Cream Social & Berry/Cherry Bake-Off

    • 5pm: 2nd Annual J.H. Bradbury Memorial Logging Museum Mini Log Drive - Orofino Creek

    • 5-5:30pm: Berry/Cherry Bake-Off entries open for public viewing.

    • 5:30-6pm: Berry/Cherry Bake-Off judging

    • 6pm: Berry Bake-Off winners announced

    • 6pm: Welcoming Speaker - Carmen Syed, Mayor of Pierce

    • 6:30-7:30pm: Country Concert by Shiloh Sharrad & Beargrass

  • 9pm-1am: Live Entertainment - Timber Inn


  • 7:30-11am: Breakfast - Pierce Community Center

  • 8-11am: Pierce/Weippe ATV Trail Riders Fun Run Registration - former Lions Club building (behind City Hall)

  • 9am: Softball Tournament Sign-Up - Ball Field

  • 9:30am: Street Musicians - Beargrass - Main Street

  • 10am-4pm: J. Howard Bradbury Memorial Logging Museum & Courthouse Open

  • 10am: Registration for Best of the West Contests: Best Groomed Beard, Longest Beard, Best Handlebar Mustache, Best 1800s Costume, Best Lookin’ Legs In 1800s Costume (Male & Female) - T-shirt Booth. NOTE: Participants Must Register to Qualify for Judging

  • 10am: Parade Participants Check-In - Mangum Trucking lot

  • 11am-Noon: Country Concert by Shiloh Sharrad & Beargrass - Main Street Stage

  • 12 Noon: PARADE - Main Street (1860 Days Parade Registration Form)

  • 1:00pm: 1860 Days Auction - Main Street Stage

  • 2pm: Ducky Derby - Orofino Creek (Sponsored by THS Girl’s Basketball)

  • 2:30-3:30pm: Studio 205 Stick Horse Round-Up; Water Balloon Toss - Main Street

  • 3pm: Dutch-Oven Cook-Off Begins - Kids & Adults - The Outback

  • 3:15pm: Ping-Pong Ball Drop - Pierce Hardware

  • 4:00pm: Pierce/Weippe ATV Trail Riders Fun Run Awards and Drawing - Former Lions Club Building

  • 5pm: Dutch Oven Cook-Off Judging And Tasting (Public Participation)- The Outback

  • 5:15pm: All Saturday Contest Winners announced

  • 8pm-1am: Street Dance - Featuring The Fabulous Kingpins - Main Street Stage


  • 8am: Softball Tournament - Ball Field

  • 10am: Country Church - Faith Lutheran Church back lawn

  • At the Play Park on Sunday

    • 1-2:30pm: Kids’ Pie-Eating Contest; Kids’ Sack Race; Kids’ Three-Legged Race; Water Balloon Toss - Kids & Adults - Co-sponsored by Mountain View Church

    • 3pm: Play Park Stage Announcements:
      - Softball Tournament Awards
      - Drawing for Picnic Raffle - Historic Pierce Cemetery Friends
      - Drawing for 1/2 oz. Gold Miner Charm & Backyard Barbeque Package - 1860 Days
      - All Sunday Contest Winners' announced

    • 4pm: Pierce 1860 Days End of Celebration

Thursday, July 19, 2012

The King Tut Exhibit comes to Idaho Falls

Come see a dazzling collection of Tutankhamen’s (a.k.a. King Tut) burial treasures. With over 130 artifacts masterfully produced in Egypt, this blockbuster exhibition is larger and more complete than any previous exhibition of the originals.

Artisans from the Pharaonic Village in Giza, Egypt and the Metropolitan Museum of Art spent ten years recreating the richest archaeological find of all time.

Displayed in open glass cases, the exhibition includes replicas of the pharaoh’s sacred and personal possessions along with associated artifacts from the period surrounding Tutankhamen’s reign. The exhibit recalls the story of the historic discovery of the tomb by Howard Carter as well as the life and times of Egypt’s most celebrated boy-king, Tutankhamen. This exhibition will take you on a journey you will never forget.

Where is the King Tut Exhibit?0

Find King Tutankhamen at the Museum of Idaho at 200 N. Eastern Ave. in Idaho Falls.

The exhibit will be at the museum from June 15th through November 24th. Ticket prices range from $6 to $24.

Hours: Mon & Tues: 9am – 8pm, Wed – Sat.: 9am – 5pm, closed Sundays. Admission Prices: $8/adult, $7/senior, $6/youth, $25/Family. $20/Family Night (Mon: 5-8pm). Group rates available.

Idaho Falls Lodging

Visit our listings for great Idaho Falls and Eastern Idaho Bed and Breakfasts while in the region.

More Info on King Tut

Tutankhamun was an 18th dynasty pharaoh who inherited the throne at a young age. His reign was short-lived and inconsequential in comparison to other great pharaoh's of Egypt. Upon his death, his legacy quickly faded into the sands of Egypt. Once forgotten by his nation, King Tut is now one of Egypt’s most well-known icons because of his beautiful and complete burial tomb. He continues to hold the world’s fascination and yet puzzles leading Egyptology historians. Many stories surround the pharaoh, including a legend about a curse.

Come take an in-depth look at King Tut and explore his life, treasure, curse, and discovery. Take a tour that will feel like a deep venture into King Tut’s tomb with discoverer Howard Carter on November 22, 1922.

Are you planning to visit the King Tut Exhibit?

If so, please share with us what you are looking forward to seeing!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

International Folk Dance and Music Festival, Idaho

A week from today, one of the United State's premiere international dance festivals will begin. The Idaho International Dance and Music festival, held in Rexburg, Burley, Rupert and Blackfoot, Idaho is host to dozens of dancers from all over the world. The Festival exemplifies one of the main goals of dance: to share one's culture. The unique scenario in Idaho also provides the dancers a chance to absorb and understand the many freedoms found in America. Teams in the past have come from Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America, and island nations.

Over the next eight days the dancers play with, eat with, and in general get to know each other. Host families are given free tickets to the performances so they support their dancers.

They also receive discounts on food and services throughout the community during their participation. They are given many other perks along with an official t-shirt of the Festival.

Host Families for the International Folk Festival

To facilitate these dance group's visit to the United States, many of them visiting for the first time, the dancers are assigned to host families that give them room and board for the duration of the festival. It is truly an amazing coming together of the community. Over the eight days that the festival takes places, the dancers play, eat, and socialize with their host families. What an amazing way to learn about people from another part of the world! Host families are given free tickets to the performances so they support their dancers.

Host families also receive discounts on food and services throughout the community during their participation. They are given many other perks along with an official t-shirt of the Festival. The greatest benefits of course come from the personal interactions between host families and performers. Read about some of the heartwarming exchanges between such diverse people on the dance festival's "Festival Stories" page.

Have you ever hosted an international visitor?

Whether it was an exchange student or your husband's mother from the 'Old country," what did this experience teach you about yourself or the world we live in?

Northern Rockies Folk Festival

The family friendly two-day, music festival boasts local food vendors, a raffle, and a huge children’s play ground. With affordable tickets at $35, $25 and $15, you can't afford to miss it!

Background on the Northern Rockies Folk Festival

The festival began as a small community center event in 1977. Today, it has grown into a two-day concert, jam-packed with talent culled from the Wood River Valley, as well as regional and national music scenes. The Northern Rockies Folk Festival also supports young musicians by always making room on the stage for up-and-coming bands with local ties, student musicians, and “tweeners” who are local musicians given 15-minutes during stage set changes.

Why would I want to go to a folk festival?

Held in Hailey, Idaho, the concert site is tucked against the Big Wood River, at the base of Carbonate Ridge. Attendees walk and ride their bikes to the venue. Many bring a picnic meal. Soak up some sun, dance, listen to music, and maybe even take a dip in the Big Wood River during band breaks. The Northern Rockies Folk Festival is exactly what you want a summer concert to be: a place where music lovers can have a great time in a safe and healthy environment.

Schedule for the Northern Rockies Folk Festival

Friday, August 3rd -

5-6 pm : Steph Sloan and the Elephant Parade

6:30 - 8:30 : Olin and the Moon

8:30 pm : Rosie Ledet and the Zydeco Playboys

Saturday, August 4th -

12:30 -1:15 pm : The Penny Hens

1:30 - 2:15 : Izzy Taylor

2:30 - 3:30 pm : Dewey Pickette & Howe

3:45 - 4:45 pm : Gypsy River Haunts

5 - 6 pm : Random Canyon Growlers

6:30 - 8 : Carrie Rodriguez

8:30 - 10 pm : Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit

Who are you most excited about seeing?

If I could attend, I would like to see Rosie Ledet the Zydeco Playboys. I love zydeco music!

Where should I stay during the Festival?

Check out great lodging choices in central Idaho by looking over our High Country B&Bs.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Sidewalk Sale & Festival in Sandpoint, Idaho

The downtown business association of Sandpoint sponsors this day of deals and bargains in scenic downtown Sandpoint, Idaho. Downtown merchants open early and offer big deals in the annual Crazy Days sidewalk sale. This year it will be held on July 28th. Along with special shopping opportunities, there will be a whole day of music as part of the Park Place Summer Sounds music series.

For the early shopping crowd, the Backstreet Dixie Band will be playing at 10 a.m., followed by Carl Rey and the Blues Gators at noon. At 2 p.m. the Bright Moments trio will play, with Highway One closing the day at 4 p.m.

All music performances are at the corner of First and Cedar in downtown Sandpoint.

About Sandpoint, Idaho

Located on the shore of beautiful Lake Pend Oreille, against the dramatic backdrop of the Selkirk Mountains and Schweitzer Mountain ski resort, Sandpoint is a lively community of about 7,000 people. Sandpoint has been featured in publications such as USA Today, Outside and Forbes.They all say Sandpoint is a great place to live, work & play. To see what all the buzz is about, we invite you to browse and tour Downtown! The heart of downtown Sandpoint has over 100 shops & 30 restaurants.

History of Sandpoint

Incorporated in 1901, Sandpoint was built on the heritage of the railroad and timber industries. When these industries wained, the town was rejuvenated in the 1970s withan influx of artists and musicians, creating a healthy tradition of cultural events. Today tourism, retail, service and independent businesses all contribute to a downtown district that attracts visitors as well as residents for dining, shopping and community events.

Have you been to Sandpoint?

If so, please share with us what kind of activities you did while you were there. Did you visit in the spring or summer months, or take a ski trip there?

Lodging in and around Sandpoint Idaho

Look through our listing for lovely north Idaho bed and breakfasts for the perfect getaway location!

Rexburg Dance Festival

The Idaho international dance and music festival only one week away!

 Information about the Dancing:

This year there are over 300 dancers and musicians that will come to us from around the globe for this gala event to share the excitement of their native dances and music. These performances are alive with colorful costuming, exotic instruments and stirring rhythms. The Idaho International Dance and Music Festival is only one of four held annually festivals of this nature in the United States. Sanctioned by one of the largest folk arts organizations in the world, the CIOFF (whose headquarters in Confolons, France), the event is one-of-a-kind and extremely unique.

Schedule of Events at the International Dance and Music Festival in Burley, Idaho:

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
6:30 pm Parade Around the Rupert Square
7:00 pm Dancing in the Rupert Park

Thursday, July 26, 2012
10:00 am-2:00 pm Burley Youth Culture held at the Burley High School (free event)
7:00 pm Pre-Show
7:30 pm Gala Performance at the King Fine Arts Center (ticketed event)

Friday, July 27, 2012
7:00 pm Pre-Show
7:30 pm Gala Performance at the King Fine Arts Center (ticketed event)

Schedule of Events at the International Dance and Music Festival in Rexburg and Blackfoot, Idaho:

Saturday, July 28, 2012
8:00 pm Opening Ceremonies at the BYU-I Viking Stadium (free event)

Monday, July 30, 2012
5:00 pm-9:00 pm International Street Festival
6:30 pm International Parade
9:00 pm-11:00pm International Street Dance along Main Street in Rexburg (free event)

Tuesday, July 31, 2012
9:00 am-12:00pm Rigby Youth Culture at the Rigby Junior High, ages 6-16 (free event)
7:00 pm Blackfoot Performance at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center, 870 South Fisher Street

Thursday, August 2, 2012
9:00 am-12:00pm Rexburg Youth Culture at New Madison High, ages 6-16 (free event)
2:00 pm-3:30 pm Matinee at New Madison High (ticketed event)

Friday, August 3, 2012
7:00 pm Pre-Show
7:30 pm Gala Performance at the BYU-Idaho Hart Auditorium (ticketed event)

Saturday, August 4, 2012
11:00 am-2:00 pm Closing Ceremonies in Smith Park (free event)
7:00 pm Pre-Show
7:30 pm Gala Performance at the BYU-Idaho Hart Auditorium (ticketed event)

Planning on Attending the International Folk Festival?

Look for great Idaho bed and breakfast lodging on this website. If you have attended or participated in the festival in the past, share your experiences and photos on the Folk dance festival's Facebook page. You can also post here about what you are most excited to see at the festival.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

McCall SummerFest

What is McCall Summer Fest?

McCall SummerFest is a five-day festival celebrating classical chamber music and jazz. Concerts are held at multiple venues in McCall, Idaho the weekend of July 25th - 27th. The highlight for many will be the 40-piece orchestra, led by the distinguished Maestro Yaacov Bergman of New York City. Players include Gerald Robbins, a Van Cliburn award-winning classical pianist; Ted Rosenthal, renowned jazz pianist from Juilliard and Sarah Parnicky, a soprano from Southern California. Those attending will be treated to a variety of chamber music, including classical, jazz and pop, all performed by prominent regional and national musicians.

Schedule of Events for McCall SummerFest:

  • July 25th - Sampler Concert featuring Baroque, Mozart and Jazz, and Reception with Musicians at Shore Lodge

  • July 27th - Baroque Bash with the full Orchestra at the LDS Church in McCall

  • July 28th - Peter and the Wolf Free Family Concert on Saturday morning at the LDS Church in McCall

  • July 29th - Afternoon Master Class for Piano with Gerald Robbins; Fantabulous Mozart featuring the full Orchestra with a touch of Jazz at the McCall Community Congregational Church.

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Event Lodging and Information

Tickets will be available in July. Visit for schedule updates.
McCall is located in the southwest region of Idaho. Check out local Idaho Inns in the region to find the perfect place for you to stay during your visit.

Planning to Attend McCall SummerFest 2012?

If you have plans to attend McCall SummerFest, share with us what you are looking forward to the most. Is it the jazz? Perhaps the rendition of the playful Peter and the Wolf in the park is what really tickles your fancy.
Are you familiar with any of the scheduled performers? We want to hear about what attracts you to the event.

Idaho International Dance Festival

Idaho International Music Festival

Folk dancers from all around the world gather in the community of Rexburg for the Idaho International Dance & Music Festival. Dancers come from approximately 10 different countries each year and only one team from each country can participate.

The Idaho International Dance & Music Festival is a mixture of ceremony, dance instruction and performance. Many of the international dancers stay with host families for the event. This balance of activity provides time for the locals and the visitors to almost become part of each others families.

The Idaho International Dance & Music Festival is organized by the Rexburg Chamber of Commerce and Brigham Young University. A directing committee with hundreds of volunteers and intern put together this great community event. This year, the event is also being held in Burley, from July 25th -27th. The festival will continue in Rexburg from July 28th to August 4th. Take a look at the great Magic Valley Bed and Breakfasts in the region to find the perfect place to stay for your visit.

International Dance & Music Festival 2011

Last year, about 175 dancers from Austria, Belgium, India, Russia, Senegal and Columbia attended the festival last year. The guests shared traditions and customs along with their music and dance. Did you attend last year? We would like for you to share you photos or experiences with us!

Events at the Festival

Usually, the festival begins with a parade during which the different dance troupes can show off some of their moves. After the parade each team will perform and interact with the audience. Teams will also have souvenir tables set up. A street festival usually takes place on Main St. as well.

History of the Idaho Dance & Music Festival

Brigham Young university dance directors, who founded the festival, drew their inspiration from a folk dance tour of Europe they completed in 1983. They envisioned a dance event in Rexburg that would attract performers from all over the world. The inaugural festival took place in 1986; since then the diversity of the team rosters has grown. Between 1986 and 2006, 172 teams performed from over 55 countries. In recent years, the nearby town of Burley became a second site of the festival; its version takes place within a week or two of the Rexburg festival.

Monday, July 9, 2012

Boise Historic Train Celebration

The Union Pacific Celebrates 150 Years!

Get ready for some rail-related fun as Union Pacific celebrates its 150th anniversary with a free community-wide event in Boise! Union Pacific’s iconic E-9 locomotives will make a historic stop at the Boise Depot on Sunday, July 8, to celebrate the railroad’s 150th Anniversary. The locomotives, along with the railroad’s traveling exhibit, the “Promontory” museum car, will be stationed behind the Boise Depot.

The event will be held at the Boise Depot, located at 2603 W Eastover Terrace. This community celebration will be open to the public between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., with Lt. Gov. Brad Little and Boise Mayor David Bieter present for a special ceremony recognizing the historic importance of Boise in the history of the Union Pacific.

A Moving Rail Road Museum?

View historic E-9 locomotives and a recently unveiled baggage car converted into rolling museum. The Promontory, a 1962-vintage baggage car, is a state-of-the-art traveling museum. It includes several artifacts, including railroad construction tools and remnants from UP’s earliest days that tells Union Pacific’s 150-year history. It also features stereo cards from Union Pacific’s one-of-a-kind collection and a 65” touch screen highlighting many of the communities the car will be visiting in 2012.

The public will also be able to experience railroad history through UP's famous miniature train and a locomotive simulator.

Are you a train enthusiast?

Trains and the railways are a rich and important part of American history. What aspects of trains and rail travel interest you? The construction, which brought laborers from all over the world to the United States? The heyday, during which famous bandits and robbers made a name for themselves? Tell us about what attracts you to trains.

Planning on Attending the Celebration?

There are numerous Idaho bed and breakfast options in Boise and surrounding areas for you stay while visiting the Boise train depot.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Charity Wine Auction in Sun Valley, Idaho

For 30 years the Sun Valley Center Wine Auction has stood out as one of the premier summer events in the resort community of Sun Valley Idaho. It started in 1981, after the Center’s founder Glenn Janss visited her vintner friends in Napa Valley for their first charity wine auction. Jass loved the event and transplanted the idea to Sun Valley, Idaho.

From humble beginnings as an afternoon event in someone’s backyard, the auction has evolved into a fun-filled, three-day celebration of wine and the arts, enjoyed by locals and visitors.

Wine Spectator magazine has frequently ranked it as one of the top 10 charity wine auctions in the country.

Where does the Wine Auction take place?

Most of the occurrences, including the main event - the auction and gala - take place at the Dollar Mountain Lodge in Ketchum, Idaho. However, this weekend-long celebration features events all over town. Check out the Sun Valley Center for the Arts wine auction website for a full schedule of events.

What kind of events are being held and when?

The Wine Auction events begin on Thursday, July 19th and culminate on Saturday, July 21st. Some of the highlights from the weekend:

  • A dinner with vintners at their private homes. Thursday night.

  • Wine and tapas tasting at Boca restaurant in Ketchum. Thursday night.

  • Auction lot viewing at Dollar Mountain Lodge. Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Wine and chocolate tasting at the Ketchum Gillr. Friday 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • Wine Auction Gala! Dinner, live and silent auction with surprise live entertainment at the Dollar Mountain Lodge. 5 p.m. Friday night.

  • Winner's Brunch at Cristina’s Restaurant in Ketchum. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

  • Wine Tasting Extravaganza under the big tent at Dollar Mountain lodge. Saturday 12:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

  • Wine Auction picnic and concert by MarchFourth Marching Band at Warm Springs Ranch in Ketchum. Saturday 6 p.m. - 9p.m.

Where can I find great Lodging?

Look through our listings for bed and breakfasts in Central Idaho to find a lodging in the Sun Valley region.

Do you love Wine?

Have you, like so many other Americans in the last decade, become a wine lover? If so, have you attended this wine auction or other wine events? Tell us about your experiences!

Check out this video, part two of a series of five about the Wine Auction. See you there!