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JANUARY 24TH - 5TH ANNUAL HEYBURN PTO SCHOOL CARNIVAL

January 24th is Heyburn Elementary's 5th Annual Cougar Carnival put on by the PTO. It will be held at the school. It is a fundraiser that benefits the students throughout the year.  Dinner is from 5:30 -7:00 or $5/person or $20/ family of 6. Games are from 6:00 - 8:00pm, get n Unlimited play wristbands for $10.. Or $5 for a punch card with 10 punches. They will have a general raffle and a mega raffle. General raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5. The Mega raffle has three different Disneyland packages. They are selling those tickets for $10. Tickets will be sold from January 14th through the 23rd.  For more information you can contact Heyburn Elementary or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

JANUARY 25TH - 43RD ANNUAL CSI COWBOY & COWGIRL BOXING SMOKER

The 43rd Annual CSI Cowboy and Cowgirl Boxing Smoker is coming up on Saturday, January 25th at the Eldon Evan's Expo Center on the College of Southern Idaho Campus! Doors open at 6:30p and the action starts at 8pm. This is one of the main fundraisers of the year for the CSI Rodeo Team. Ticket prices vary depending upon seat selection and can be purchased at the CSI Ticket Office, EZ Money Auto in Burley, Vicker's Western Store in Twin Falls and the Shoe and Tack Shop in Jerome.

 

JANUARY 26TH – 19TH ANNUAL JAMES MOULSEN MEMORIAL BENEFIT DINNER

Join the 19th Annual James Moulson Memorial Benefit dinner on Sunday, January 26th.  Tickets are $35.00 each and include an amazing Rock Creek dinner that includes appetizers, salad, choice of prime rib, salmon, chicken or combo baked potato and dessert bar.  Tickets can be purchased from Bob Moulson, Rock Creek Restaurant or Dick's Pharmacy. Proceeds from the 19th Annual James Moulson Memorial Benefit Dinner are used for Law Enforcement Scholarships and Equipment to meet the needs of Peace Officers in the Magic Valley.

 

JANUARY 30TH – TWIN FALLS ROTARY 15TH ANNUAL DEATH BY CHOCOLATE

Eat chocolate for charity at Rotary’s 15th annual Death by Chocolate fundraiser. January 30th at the Canyon Crest Event Center.  Sample chocolate treats made by local chefs and vote on the best in each category. Vote on : Best Chocolate Cake, Best Brownie, Best Chocolate Cookie, Best Chocolate Candy and Best Unique Chocolate Dessert. Enjoy…The Crazy Love Band, silent auction and raffle prizes! no host bar. All proceeds go to local charities, Rotary and its projects.  Rotary’s Death by Chocolate brought to you by First Federal.  Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Advance tickets are currently not available but will be soon.

 

JANUARY 30TH & 31st  & FEB 1ST, 3RD, 7TH & 8TH - SHREK THE MUSICAL AT THE HISTORIC WILSON THEATER

Come be transported into the swamp with Shrek the Musical at the Historic Wilson Theater with shows January 30th - February 8th! They have an amazing cast and some exciting new features like a dragon the size of the stage, exploding birds and more! All your favorite fairy tale characters will come to life, you will be laughing the entire night! Come and see the amazing “Shrek the Musical” Tickets are $12 until the January 30th then they will be $15. Directed by: Leslie Trevino Music Director: Courtney Birch. For more information and for tickets log on to www.historicwilsontheatre.com

 

JANUARY 31ST - JEROME PUBLIC LIBRARY - TEEN BAD ART NIGHT

It's about to get ugly! The Jerome Public Library is inviting teens to make the ugliest piece of art you can using random craft supplies, paint, and a hot glue gun! Winner will receive a gift card and the glory of the Ugly Trophy! Teens grades 6th-12th; sign up at the front desk. For more information contact the Jerome Public Library!

 

JANUARY 31ST - FEBRUARY 1ST  - RED HALVERSON WRESTLING INVITATIONAL AT MINICO HIGH SCHOOL

Rigby High School is hosting the Red Halverson Wrestling Invitational Tournament at Minico High School January 31st and February 1st. It's a two day individual tournament. This will be the last individual tournament before the district tournament in mid February.

 

FEBRUARY 6TH - 6TH ANNUAL SOIL HEALTH WORKSHOP

The East and West Cassia Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosting their 6th Annual Soil Health Workshop on Thursday, February 6th from 8am to 3pm at their office located at 1361 E. 16th Street in Burley. Guest Speaker will be - International Specialist Christine Jones. Also included will be regional, and local specialisst on soil health and cover crops.
Registration begins at 7:45 am Workshop, Lunch, and Breaks are FREE of charge, but you must RSVP. See their web page at www.minicassiaswcd.com to register or call 208-572-3369.

 

FEBRUARY 7TH - FREE AVALANCHE AWARENESS SEMINAR HOSTED BY IDAHO SNOWMOBILE PROGRAM

Since avalanches are the number one cause of snowmobile fatalities in the west, the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is presenting a free snowmobile based Avalanche Awareness presentation on Friday, February 7th from 6pm to 9pm at Action Cycle and Sleds in Twin Falls. This presentation is designed to familiarize the winter backcountry enthusiast with hazard recognition and techniques for safe travel in avalanche terrain. In 90 percent of the avalanche accidents, the victim or someone in the victim’s party triggers the avalanche. Avalanche conditions are predictable and many accidents can be prevented. If you are planning to ride in avalanche terrain, be sure to check the local avalanche forecast before your trip. We encourage you to take an avalanche awareness course if you ride in avalanche country, and check the United States Forest Service avalanche center forecast website.

 

FEBRUARY 7TH – MINICO CHOIR’S POP CONCERT

Come and enjoy an evening of great music at the Minico High School Auditorium as the Minico Choir will host their Pop Concert with guests choirs from both East and West Minico Middle School. The concert will be under the direction of Courtney Birch. The cost $3 Adults, $2 Students (free with Minico Activity Card), $10 Family (all members living in your house).

 

FEBRUARY 8TH – ROCKY MTN ELK FOUNDATION MINI-CASSIA BANQUET

Support Elk Country, Public Access and our Hunting Heritage by attending the Annual Mini-Cassia RMEF banquet on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 at 5:00 PM at the Rupert Elks Lodge! Purchase your tickets by clicking on this link: https://events.rmef.org/shop/mini-cassia?fbclid=IwAR0VXfhWsfqgnC5nPMKV0gjZQrV-plKtgB0olmirXb2Ev0UKH9u273zyLWs

 

FEBURARY 15TH - RUPERT ELKS ANNUAL STOCKSMANS FEED

The Rupert Elks Lodge #2106 is hosting their Annaul Stockman's Feed coming up on February 15th with the dinner starting at 6:30pm. Enjoy a delicious prime rib dinner with all the sides, plus a dessert! They'll have live music from 9p to 1a. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the lodge or they will be available at the door.

 

FEBRUARY 21ST – TWIN FALLS ROTARY MARTINI TASTING MASQUERADE BALL FUNDRAISER

Rotary Club of Twin Falls After Hours is excited to present the 8th Annual Martini Tasting/Masquerade Ball Fundraiser, Friday, February 21st at Canyon Crest Event Center, from 6:00-11:30 p.m. They team up with the best Magic Valley Mixologists to raise money for local charities. This year’s theme will be Roaring 20’s! Guests dress in costumes (including masks), sample martinis to vote on their favorites. In addition to the fabulous martini tasting, Appetizers are provided with a chocolate fountain for a sweet finish.  Broc will keep the crowd rocking and dancing. Twin Falls Rotary After Hours is focused on community involvement and works closely with local charities. This year’s funds will help SHP Sleep in Heavenly Peace & other local charities in our community.

 

FEBRUARY 29TH - MINI-CASSIA IDAHO FOR WILDLIFE BANQUET AT THE BURLEY BEST WESTERN

Come to Mini-Cassia banquet on February 29th. Special guest MC is the very funny Hank Patterson. Proceeds from banquet used to benefit hunters and fisherman in the Mini-Cassia area. Also be sure to bring your kids. Dinner starts at 7:00 PM

 

 

ON GOING EVENTS

 

HUNGRY HEROES BREAKFAST – EVERY TUESDAY MORNING IN TWIN FALLS

Every Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:00 in the morning, Bridgeview Estates in Twin Falls is offering a free breakfast for all vets! For more information, contact Bridgeview Estates, located 1828 Bridgeview Blvd in Twin Falls!

 

MINIDOKA CO. SENIOR CENTER MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM

The Minidoka Co. Senior Center delivers Meals on Wheels to the home-bound every day of the week (Monday-Friday).  For more information on how you can help, or to enroll, please call the senior center at 208-436-9107

 

PAUL AMERICAN LEGION POST 77

Paul American Legion Post 77 meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm and the Legion Hall located on West Wayne Street in Paul. The post is also looking for Riders, Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion members.  If you would like to be a member and help the veterans in our area, please contact Wyatt Saunders at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 208-679-1215 for more information.

 

FIT AND FALL PROOF CLASSES SPONSORED BY THE SOUTH CENTRAL PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT

The South Central Public Health District is pleased to announce that their Fit and Fall Proof Classes have resumed at Pomerelle Place Senior Living, located at 1301 Bennett in Burley.  The classes are free to attend and will be held every Thursday and Saturday from 10am to 11am. Wear comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear and bring a water bottle.

 

VICTIM’S SUPPORT GROUP FOR WOMEN IN BURLEY

Every Monday evening there is a free victim’s support group meeting held in Burley at 1321 Oakley Ave, Suite 22. The cost is free to attend. For more information, please contact Melinda Barbosa at 208-650-5913, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH IN BURLEY FREE COMMUNITY DINNER

The Zion Lutheran Church in Burley is hosting community dinners on the first Tuesday of each month. Everyone is invited to enjoy a delicious meal and fellowship with your neighbors in Burley. There is no charge for the dinner, and no sermon will be given during this time.  Please come and join us and share our meal.

 

SENIOR JUNCTION CENTER MONTHLY BREAKFAST TO BENEFIT THE MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM

Senior Junction Senior Center in Burley invites you to come enjoy breakfast every third Saturday of the month.  Breakfast consists of biscuits and gravy, pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, hash browns, coffee, milk and juice.  The cost is only $7 per person and all proceeds to benefit the Meals in Wheels program.  For more information please contact Catherine at 208-878-8646

 

MT VIEW CHURCH PANTRY IN BURLEY

The Mt. View Pantry in Burley will be open on Wednesdays from 5p to 7p beginning March 7th. The pantry will continue to be open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9am to 11:30am.  They are located at 317 W. 27th Street in Burley right behind Mt. View School. For more information call 678-5460