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OCTOBER 5TH - FALL CANNING 101 AT THE TWIN FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

Learn about food preservation with the Twin Falls Public Library! Special guest Grace Wittman from the University of Idaho Extension office will be there to teach the basics and answer your questions about canning and other food preservation techniques. Everyone will meet in the Twin Falls Public Library Program Room at 5:30 PM Wednesday, October 5th

 

OCTOBER 6TH - BURLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY - DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS

The Burley Public Library hosts a bi-weekly Dungeon's and Dragons night at the library every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month beginning at 5pm. Players must be at least 12 years old to play. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, you're invited to come and play!  The next game night will be on Thursday evening, October 6th. For more information go to www.bplibrary.org and click on the events tab.

 

OCTOBER 7TH - IDAHO DEPT OF LABOR "SPOOKTACULAR" HIRING EVENT

The Idaho Department of Labor is hosting the Spooktacular Hiring Event on Friday October 7th from 1pm to 4pm at the Magic Valley Mall Center Court. Over 30 employers will be in attendance. Dress for success and bring copies of your resume!

 

OCTOBER 7TH & 8TH - 2022 FALL CRAFT & ARTISAN MARKET AT CALVARY CHAPEL IN BUHL

Calvary Chapel in Buhl will be hosting their 2022 Fall Craft & Artisan Market on Friday, October 7th and Saturday, October 8th at the chapel, at 1004 Burley Ave. in Buhl! Shop local artisan wares and crafts plus enjoy eats from local food vendors, the Salt & Light coffee bar, bake sale goodies and music. Proceeds benefit Calvary Chapel Buhl ministries.

 

OCTOBER 7TH - MINIDOKA COUNTY 4-H CARNIVAL AT THE FAIRGROUNDS IN RUPERT

Everyone is invited to a 4-H Carnival on Friday, October 7 at the Minidoka County Fairgrounds from 5:00pm-7:00pm. In celebration of National 4-H Week, 4-H Teen Association members, are hosting a carnival to showcase the many 4-H projects available for youth. From shooting sports to fishing, from dogs to rabbits; 4-H has something for everyone. There is no cost to attend and youth will earn clover tokens to redeem for prizes. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. For more information contact Jeni Bywater, 4-H Program Coordinator, at (208)436-7184 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

OCTOBER 8TH - 8TH ANNUAL HOLLI MEMORIAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MOTORCYCLE RUN

Synergy Brotherhood Motorcycle Club will host their 8th Annual Holli Memorial Domestic Violence Motorcycle Run and Fundraiser on Saturday, October 8th. Registration will be at 10am at Kimberly City Park with kick stands up at 11am. The cost to ride is $20 per person, they play poker hands, have a live and silent auction, along with a raffle, a 50/50 and food! All proceeds to benefit Voices Against Violence.

 

OCTOBER 8TH – BUHL PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK SALE

The Buhl Public Library will be having a book sale on Saturday, October 8th from 9am to 5pm. Visit the library for a sweet deal on books. Buy a bag of books for only $5. Individual items are even less.

 

OCTOBER 8TH - OLD SETTLERS 104TH GET-TOGETHER WITH GARY SCHORZMAN

Ever wondered how we got here? As in, settling southern Idaho? You'll have a chance to learn more with local history buff Gary Schorzman during the Old Settlers 104th Get-Together happening on Saturday, October 8th at the Rupert Elks Lodge. It's a full day of learning all about our area's history and settlement; check in is at 11am, lunch at noon and Gary's power point presentation will begin at 12:30pm.  Stick around for the roast beef dinner with all of the trimmings!  Admission is $15 per person, for more information contact Gary Schorzman at 208-312-1556.

 

OCTOBER 8TH - BURLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER

It's that time of year for the Burley Fire Departments Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at the Burley Fire Department, located at 1235 Miller Avenue.  The Breakfast will be from 7am to 11am. The cost is $5 per person or $20 for a family of four.

 

OCTOBER 8TH - SAMARATAN'S PURSE - SUPERHERO AND PRINCESSES EVENT

Samaratan's Purse is hosting a Superhero and Princesses event on Saturday, October 8th from 2p to 4p at the Twin Falls Nazarene Gym, located at 1231 Washington Street N. The event is for kids of all ages and their princesses and superheroes will entertain everyone with games, dancing and live princess performances. There are a limited number of tickets available and the cost is $20 per individual and includes activities, snacks and drinks. Get your child ticket at Jensen Jewelers, Magic Valley Foot and Ankle or by calling 208-358-0911. All proceeds to benefit Operation Christmas Child.

 

OCTOBER 12TH - OPEN MIC NIGHT AT THE TWIN FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

Enjoy a night of poetry at the Twin Falls Public Library! Recite your favorite piece, or share your own! Readers will sign up at the event on a first-come, first-to-read basis. Time may be limited to 5 minutes per reader depending on attendance/participation. Oct 12 @ 6:30 PM at the Twin Falls Public Library

 

OCTOBER 13TH - MINIDOKA REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

The Minidoka Republican Central Committee will have their monthly meeting on Thursday, October 13th from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Minidoka County Courthouse. The meeting is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.

 

OCTOBER 13TH - BUHL PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK CLUB MONTHLY DISCUSSION

The Buhl Public Library will be having their monthly book club discussion on Thursday, October 13th beginning at 7pm. This month they'll be talking about "The Accursed" by Joyce Carol Oats. Everyone is free to attend, even if you didn't read the book... or if you read it but didn't like it. Light refreshments provided. For more information, contact the Buhl Public Library.

 

OCTOBER 15TH - HAILEY FIRE & RESCUE 5 ALARM CHILI COOK OFF AT THE HAILEY MUSEUM

The Hailey Fire Department and The Chamber presents the 2nd annual 5 Alarm Chill Cook-Off.. The event will be held Saturday, October 15th on Main and Silver street in Hailey, Idaho from 2 PM to 5 PM. Performances by the Kim Stocking Band, Spike Coggins and more. There will be a chilly tasting, drinks, kids activities, and prizes for participants. If you would like to participate please contact the Hailey chamber at 2087883484.

 

OCTOBER 15TH - MINI-CASSIA CRAFT FAIR AT OREGON TRAIL RECREATION CENTER

The Mini-Cassia Craft fair is happening at the Oregon Trail Rec Center in Burley on Saturday, October 15th from 9am top 4pm.  They'll have over a hundred vendors, and a wide variety of handmade goods, from treats and home decor to body care products, accessories and leather goods. Join for a day of shopping, fun and food! It's a great opportunity to come and support local businesses! The cost for entry is $4 per person.

 

OCTOBER 17TH - JEROME COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING PUBLIC HEARING

On Monday, October 17th the Jerome County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing to take comment on TEXT AMENDMENTS being proposed to the Jerome County Zoning Ordinance, Chapters 5, 6, 2, 13, and 18. The proposed amendments to Chapter 5 will remove the IMP column from the Charts and add or correct the uses Transmission Towers, Utility Buildings and Structures; Lodging, Residency and Transient. The proposed amendments to Chapters 6 and 2 are to support the changes in Chapter 5 and to amend the variance section. The proposed amendments to Chapter 13 are to add a fair disclosure and waiver of nuisance statement, add uses to the applicability section, and to provide clarification as well as correct typographical errors. The proposed amendment to Chapter 18 is to update authority and update the format and text to conform with the rest of the Ordinance.

The hearing will be held at 6:00 pm in the Jack Nelsen Conference Room of the Jerome County Courthouse, 300 North Lincoln, Room 306, Jerome, Idaho.

 

OCTOBER 19TH - JEROME CIVIC CLUB - MEET THE CANDIDATES NIGHT AT JEROME LIBRARY

The Jerome Civic Club invites the public to Meet the Candidates running for state office from district 26. The event will be held at the Jerome Public Library on Wednesday evening, October 19th from 7pm to 9pm. District 26 has changed, they now include Blaine, Shoshone and Jerome counties. You will be encouraged to write a question/question on a card and the moderator will then ask the candidate or candidates to answer your question. At the end of the evening, you will be able to visit with the candidates on a one on one. This is open to the public with no charge and encourage you, your friends and family to joins us to learn about the candidates the we send to Boise.

 

OCTOBER 20TH - NATIONAL JOURNALIST ALEX NEWMAN SPEAKS ON "THE GREAT RESET"

Join Alex Newman, nationally renowned journalist and speaker, as he presents information on the Great Reset in Twin Falls on Thursday October 20th at 7 PM (CSI Taylor Building Room 276). The public is welcome. Tickets are $5.00 at the door. Mr. Newman is famous for presenting timely information in a powerful and effectual way. If you have been wondering what the Great Reset is all about, or why you should be concerned about it, or have any questions that you need answered about the Great Reset, this event is for you.

 

OCTOBER 20TH - BURLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY - DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS

The Burley Public Library hosts a bi-weekly Dungeon's and Dragons night at the library every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month beginning at 5pm. Players must be at least 12 years old to play. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, you're invited to come and play!  The next game night will be on Thursday evening, October 20th. For more information go to www.bplibrary.org and click on the events tab.

 

OCTOBER 20TH - BUHL PUBLIC LIBRARY ADULT GAME NIGHT

On Thursday, October 20th the Buhl Public Library will be holding an adults only board and card game night from 6pm to 8pm. For more information, contact the Buhl Public Library

 

OCTOBER 20TH THRU 22ND - ANNUAL POMERELLE SKI PATROL SKI SWAP

Gather up all of your ski and snowboard equipment that you no longer use and sell them through consignment at the Annual Pomerelle Ski Patrol Ski Swap presented by Idaho Water Sports and Barry's Ski & Sports happening October 20th thru the 22nd at Idaho Water Sports in the Pinetree Plaze in Burley. Drop off your equipment (Boots, Bindings, Boards, Ski's and winter apparel) at Idaho Water Sports between October 17th and the 19th. This is a sale that you don't want to miss if you're in the market for new and gently used equipment for the upcoming winter season! All proceeds to benefit the Pomerelle Ski Patrol. For more information see the folks at Idaho Water Sports, or go online to www.idahowatersports.com

 

OCTOBER 22ND - VALLEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH HARVEST DINNER IN Twin Falls

Valley Christian Church Youth Group is hosting their 2nd annual Harvest Dinner Oct 22nd. The dinner will be from 5pm to 7pm at Valley Christian Church, located at 1708 Heyburn Ave East in Twin Falls. All proceeds will go to the youth to attend a mission trip to Alaska.

 

OCTOBER 26TH - BUHL PUBLIC LIBRARY HALLOWEEN PARTY & STORY TIME

On Wednesday, October 26th dress the kids up in their Halloween costumes and take them down to the Buhl Public Library for their Halloween Costume Story Time and Part beginning at 10am! For more information, contact the Buhl Public Library.

 

OCTOBER 27TH - BUHL PUBLIC LIBRARY - TEEN ONLY HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY

The Buhl Public Library will be hosting a teen's only Halloween Costume Party on October 27th from 7pm to 9pm. Have your teens come dressed in costume for prizes, plus there'll be fun games and refreshments. For more information, contact the Buhl Public Library.

 

OCTOBER 29TH - BURLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY HALLOWEEN PARTY / SWEET ESCAPES TRUNK OR TREAT

Dress your kiddo's in their Halloween costumes and take them to the Burley Public Library's Halloween Party and Story Time from 10am till 2pm!  It's fun, free and family friendly! For more information go to www.bplibrary.org and click on the events tab.

Sweet Escapes Trunk or Treat in Burley, Celebrate Halloween Early at their Annual Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 29th from 4pm-6pm at the salon located at 204 Overland Ave in Burley. Stop on by for Fun Trunks, Tricks and Treats

 

OCTOBER 29TH - TRUNK OR TREATS AT BUHL BOYS & GIRLS CLUB / FILER - MAIN STREET

Buhl Boys and Girls Club 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 29th from 6p to 8p. They will have food vendors, music, dirt cups, hot cocoa, and a STEM trailer with Halloween Activities!

Join the Filer Events Committee and the City of Filer at this years Main Street Trunk or Treat! The event will be held from 6-8 p.m. Dozens of local businesses including food trucks and other vendors will line the street to give tricks and treats to everyone Interested in participating as a vendor? Visit www.FilerEventsCommittee.com!

 

OCTOBER 29TH - TRICK OR TREAT MAINSTREET IN DOWNTOWN TWIN FALLS

The downtown Twin Falls Trick or Treat Main Street will be held Saturday October 29th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The loop extends from Fairfield St. to Jerome St. on Main Avenue. As always, we ask that everyone follow the arrows to keep traffic flowing smoothly. If anyone out of the downtown area would like to join us, or for general updates please follow the Trick or Treat Main Street Twin Falls Idaho Facebook page. You can also call Susan at Susan's Antiques, 208-735-1105.

 

OCTOBER 29TH - HALLOWEEN COSTUME BOWLING FUNDRAISER

Tired of nothing for Adults to do Halloween weekends! Then come to the first annual Twin Falls USBC youth fundraising event, on Saturday, October 29th from 6pm to 10pm at the Bowladrome in Twin Falls. 3 games of Dutch doubles. Prize for Team with best Costumes. Raffle Prizes. Music, food, drinks and fun.

 

OCTOBER 31ST - TRUNK OR TREAT LIST

**The Trunk or Treat is Back at Fabri-Kal and will be on Halloween night (Monday, October 31st) from 4 to 6pm. It’s free & open to the public. If your business is interested in being part of this terrific event please call Fabri-Kal  208-677-1406

**The City of Jerome and area businesses will be hosting a Trunk or Treat on Monday, October 31st down Main Street. Bring the kiddo's down for safe trick or treating from 5p to 7p!

**Middlekauff Trunk or Treat in Twin Falls - On Monday, October 31th Middlekauff will host their Annual Trunk or Treat at their dealership from 2pm till 6pm. Bring the family, show off your costume, check out the great trunks and get candy!!! It's a free event and open to all!!!!

**Big Dawg & Friends 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat at Everise at 851 Pole Line Road in Twin Falls from 4p to 7p. For kids of All Ages!

**4th Annual End of the Line Trunk or Treat in Buhl.  Local businesses, clubs, and individuals come together to provide a fun and safe place for you and your family to Trunk or Treat on Monday, October 31st from 3pm to 6pm! Come play some games and gather some goodies! Join us at The End of the Line in the West Lot of Train Station Pizza in Buhl from 3pm to 6pm.

**Rupert Harvest Haunt Trunk or Treat on the Rupert Square. Kicks off at 5pm with free family activities, laser tag, music, food trucks, candy cannon's and more! Bring the kiddo's down for family friendly Halloween Fun at the Rupert Square!

 

NOVEMBER 10TH - COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO VETERANS HIRING EVENT

The Idaho Department of Labor, along with the College of Southern Idaho, Equus and Southern Idaho Economic Development will have a Veterans Hiring Event on November 10th from 11am till 2pm in the Canyon Building on the CSI Campus.  If you're a veteran and are looking for employment, or searching for a new career opportunity, this one is for you! Employers will be interviewing on the spot, so be sure to bring copies of your resume. For more information log on to www.workforce.csi.edu

 

NOVEMBER 10TH - MINIDOKA REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

The Minidoka Republican Central Committee will have their monthly meeting on Thursday, November 10th from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Minidoka County Courthouse. The meeting is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.

 

NOVEMBER 16TH THRU 19TH - 45th ANNUAL CASSIA FESTIVAL OF TREES

The 45th Annual Cassia Festival of Trees will kick off with their Gala Dinner at the Oregon Trail Rec Center on Wednesday, November 16th at 6pm. This wonderful event is held the week before Thanksgiving. The gala event kicks it off on Tuesday. All proceeds from this annual event funds scholarships offered to High School Seniors going into the medical field as well as grants for local QRU's. For more information call (208) 300-0523 or log on to  http://www.cassiafestivaloftrees.com/

 

JANUARY 12TH - MINIDOKA REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING

The Minidoka Republican Central Committee will have their monthly meeting on Thursday, January 12th from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Minidoka County Courthouse. The meeting is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.