July 2024 Calendar

By Les Tanner

Double-checking with event coordinators about the following locations, dates, and times is recommended.

Northern Idaho                 

4    Border Days: Grangeville

5-26   Long Camp Farmers’ Market & Swap Meet: SATURDAYS.  Kamiah

6    Winchester Days: Winchester

6    Kooskia Farmers Market: Kooskia

7/25-8/4   Festival at Sandpoint: Sandpoint

11-13 Post Falls Festival: Three-day festival in Q’emiln Park with dozens of food and craft vendors. It’s fun for the whole family with special events like Big Wheel races, Movies in the Park, Car Show and Shine, Ice Cream Socials and more! On Saturday morning, line up on Seltice Avenue at 9 AM for the Annual Post Falls Day Parade. Post Falls

12-13 Nezperce Prairie Days: Nezperce

12-13 Lapwai Days: Lapwai

13  Clearwater Valley Aero Club “Kamiah Fly-In”: Kamiah

15-16 Clearwater to Elk City Wagon Road Days: Clearwater

26-28 Kooskia Days: Kooskia

Southwestern Idaho

2    Kilroy Coffee Klatch: Meets at 10 AM the first Tuesday of every month and is FREE to any and all veterans!  Coffee and breakfast treats.  The general public is welcome, but admission rates do apply. Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa

2-30   Farm to Fork Market: TUESDAYS.
5 – 8 PM, Indian Creek Plaza, Caldwell

4    Fourth of July Celebration: Parade, fireworks—and the world famous Porcupine Race! Council

4    Fourth of July Celebration: McCall

6    5th Annual Boise Corgi Fest:
10 AM – 2 PM.: Rose Garden, Expo Idaho, Garden City

6-27   Summer Saturdays @ The WaterShed: SATURDAYS. Learn about your watershed through hands-on exhibits, public art and the most unique water feature in town – a simulated Boise River. 10 AM – 1 PM. Watershed Environmental Education Center, 11818 Joplin Rd,, Boise

12-13 Eagle Fun Days: Fun run, parade, fireworks, and more. Eagle

13  Museum Work Day: 8 AM.  Volunteers Welcome.  Lunchtime Seminar (bring your own lunch): Speaker: Dr. Paul Castrovillo, “45 years of fun (?) with the Gillett’s Checkerspot Butterfly”. O.J.Smith Museum of Natural History, The College of Idaho, Caldwell

16-20 Snake River Stampede: Nampa

17-20 Elmore County Fair and Rodeo: Elmore County Fairgrounds, Glenns Ferry

18-20 Summer Music Festival: Roseberry

20  Kuna Freedom Fiesta: Live Music, food, kids play area, beer garden, dancing, vendors. Kuna

25-27 Adams County Rodeo: Adams County Fairgrounds, Council

25-28 Canyon County Fair: Caldwell     

26  Feeding People and Pollinators: An introduction to the principles of permaculture and how we can work with nature to creatively craft our outdoor spaces into edible ecosystems. Registration and $15 workshop fee required; Register at 208-608-7680.
6 – 9:30 PM.  Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center, 3188 N Sunset Peak Rd, Boise

Southern Idaho

4    Minidoka Pilgrimage 2024: 6 PM,
Twin Falls

5    Firecracker festival: Filer

27  Sixth annual Magic Valley Kid’s Market: This is a vendor market that is  solely run by children ages 5-16.
10 AM – 1 PM, City Park, Twin Falls

Central Idaho

2-4      Sawtooth Rangers “Days of the Old West” Rodeo: Rodeo Grounds, Hailey

4    Annual 4th of July Parade: Hailey

4    July Fourth Celebration: Challis

4-5      Bluebird Music Festival: Ketchum

4-6      Annual Antique Show and Sale: Hailey

12-14 Ketchum Arts Festival: Free. Festival Meadow on Sun Valley Rd.  Ketchum

Eastern Idaho

4    Lava 4th of July Fireworks: 8 – 10 PM, Lava Hot Springs

4-6      Independence Day Celebration: Chuckwagon Breakfast, Tabernacle Patriotic Pageant, Independence Day Parade and Youth Rodeo. Paris

6-27   Idaho Falls Farmers Market: SATURDAYS. Open frm 9 AM – 1 PM, rain or shine. Idaho Falls

10  Alive after Five: Civitan Plaza, Idaho Falls

12-13 Marsh Valley Pioneer Days Rodeo: City Park, McCammon

12-20 Southeast Idaho Senior Games: You don’t have to be a senior to appreciate the Senior Games. Adults age 50 and above participate in games and events that promote physical, mental, social and emotional well-being. Pocatello

19-20 Samaria Days Celebration: Wild Blue Goose Chase/Run/Walk, Famous Samaria Breakfast Burritos, Coming Home Parade. Scavenger Hunt, Chicken Chase, Horseshoe Pitching Contest, Free Water Games, Old-Fashioned Shoot-Out. Samaria/Malad City

20  Sidewalk Chalk Festival: 300 S Capital Ave, Idaho Falls

24  Pioneer Days and Rodeo: Parade, Lion’s Club Breakfast, Kid’s Races, Craft Fair & 5K Fun Run. Bancroft

27  POW-MIA Awareness Rally: Honor our POW-MIA Veterans. Events include Motorcycle Rodeo, Tribute Ceremony, Fun Run and Kid’s Bicycle Rodeo. American Falls

27  Pocatello Kids Day: Face Painting, Inflatables, Arts and Crafts, Petting Zoo, and lots more. Noon – 6 PM. SRD
(Snake River Doodles), Pocatello

7/31-8/3    War Bonnet Round Up: This is Idaho’s oldest rodeo, with the  best rodeo talent and stock competing in a family-friendly atmosphere .Sandy Downs Arena, Pocatello

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Les Tanner

About Les Tanner

Les Tanner is shown here with his late wife, Ruby, to whom he was married for more than sixty years, and who also was on the staff of IDAHO magazine. When Les, a retired teacher, isn’t working on the magazine's calendar, proofreading, fishing, writing, playing pickleball, or pulling weeds, he’s out looking for Jimmy the cat.

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