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  1. Housing Alliance & Community Partnerships Meeting

    June 30, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Christensen Court

    Limited in-person attendance is allowed, but due to COVID-19 guidelines, strict social distancing measures are in place. INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS/FACE COVERINGS.

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Outdoor Recreation

  1. Float the Portneuf River

    June 30, 2021, 5:30 PM @ Ross Park Equipment Shop

    The Portneuf River has several floatable sections. Join us to learn the various launches, take outs, shuttle routes, obstacles and river skills. Bring your own tube or kayak or rent one from us. Shuttles are provided from the take out to the launch. Equipment shuttles can be arranged if you have your own. We require a PFD to be worn on the river at all times. We suggest solid footwear, retainers for glasses, clothes that can get wet, a water bottle with a leash and a towel in your car at the end. We discourage flip flops, electronics, glass containers and whining. On tubing trips kayaks are welcome. On kayak trips tubes are not welcome. June 9: Tube Cheyenne bridge to Centennial park June 16: Kayak Edson Fichter to Taysom Park June 23: Tube Simplot area to Batiste road bridge June 30: Kayak BLM/portneuf road to Edson Fichter July 14: Tube Batiste road bridge to Water Dept property July 21: Kayak Sacajawea park to Simplot

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Zoo Idaho

  1. Day Classes at Zoo Idaho

    June 30, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Zoo Idaho

    These short, single-day classes are perfect for children (ages 5–13) who have an investigative mind! Groups study various topics with age-appropriate activities. Registration required! Roots to Fruits: June 2 Have a green thumb? Interested in learning about native plants and their usages? This is the class for you. Dive into ethnobotany and give it a go at cultivation your own plants. Pollinators—Nature’s Most Important Job: June 9 What is a pollinator? Why are they important? Find all this out and more as we investigate Idaho’s pollinators. Are You Afraid of the Dark....I Mean Bats?: June 16 Find out why bats are one of the coolest mammals on earth and how important they are to ecosystems. Birds of a Feather: June 23 If you think feathers, flying, and dinosaurs are cool than you’ll want to sign up for this adventure into the life of birds! Wild Hunters: June 30 If cougars, coyotes, and bears are your thing, join us in this investigation into our wild Idaho hunters.

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