March 2024 Calendar

By Les Tanner

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

Northern Idaho

2/1-      ‘Women With Bait” Fishing Tournament;

3/17     Riggins

1     First Friday Book Club: Join us for a book discussion and a cup of coffee. This month: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. 10 – 11 AM, Public Library, Lewiston

1     S’MORES by the Shores: Gather around the fire pit for the perfect treat for friends and family, young and old. $10 per S’mores kit. 10 AM – 9 PM. Whisper’s Patio, Coeur d’Alene

1-3        North Idaho Home and Garden Show: Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d’Alene

2     Moscow Winter Saturday Market: There will be an array of local vendors displaying and selling original creations or locally grown or produced artisan items. Free admission. Hours: 9 AM – 1 PM. 1912 Center, Moscow

2     Mega Alpine and Snowboard Demo Day: The region’s largest demo day, featuring new gear from more than a dozen manufacturers. All proceeds benefit Panhandle Alliance Education as part of Public Education Week. Schweitzer Resort, Sandpoint

22   Wild and Scenic Film Festival 2024: A collection of independent films about wild places and the people working to protect them. Held at the Panida Theater, Sandpoint

23   31st Anniversary Powwow: Grand Entry 1 PM & 7 PM, Free. Event Center, Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, Worley

Southwestern Idaho

2/29-    Boys State Basketball Championships:

3/2        Ford Idaho Center, Nampa

1-30     Line Dancing At the Farm: SATURDAYS. Join us for Line Dancing. $10. Opens at
7 PM. Boise’s Largest All Age Dance Hub. The Farm, 5137 N Glenwood St, Garden City

1-31     Women’s History Month: Downtown, Boise

2     Boise Philharmonic Youth Orchestra Winter Concert: 2 PM, Kuna Performing Arts Center, Kuna

2-3        Rock and Gem Show: O’Connor Field House, Caldwell

2,9 Storytime: Barnes & Noble, 1315 N Milwaukee St, Boise

2-15     The 40th Annual Capitol Rotunda Art Show: Show opens at 2 PM on March 2. Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM, Saturday: 9 AM – 5 PM. Free and Open to the Public. 4th Floor Rotunda, Idaho State Capitol, Boise

3     Museum Work Day: 8 AM. Volunteers Welcome. Lunchtime Seminar (bring your own lunch): Speaker: Dr. Ron Bitner, OJSMNH, “Impact of urbanization on native pollinators of the Treasure Valley”. O.J.Smith Museum of Natural History, The College of Idaho, Caldwell

4     Idaho Job and Career Fair: 10 AM – 2 PM, Nampa Civic Center 311 3rd St S, Nampa

5     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

7     Art Endeavor–DIY Valentines: Youth (ages 8-16) are inspired to make their own art creation! Children, youth and their caregivers are welcome to attend. 4 – 5 PM, Public Library, Nampa

7     Boise Museum of Art–First Thursday: Extended hours 10 AM – 7 PM and no set admission fee. [Please pay what you can.], Boise Museum of Art, 670 Julia Davis Drive, Boise

7     Homeschool Tour of the World Center for Birds of Prey: Ninety minute guided tour for homeschool families. 10:30 – Noon & 12:30 – 2 PM. Cost: $5/person. Reservation Only. Contact: ( ). World Center for Birds of Prey, Boise

8     Sons of Serendip: The group Sons of Serendip won the hearts of fans and judges alike as finalists on America’s Got Talent with their emotionally stirring interpretations of pop music, arranged with a unique blend of vocals, harp, piano, and cello. $20, $25, $35 Adult | $10, $12, $18 Child. Jewett Auditorium, The College of Idaho, Caldwell

8-10     51st Annual Roadster Show: Expo Idaho, Garden City

9     Boise Philharmonic–”A Night at the (Musical) Museum”: 7:30 – 9 PM, Idaho State Museum, Boise

9     Idaho Wild West Seminar 9 AM – 4 PM. Owyhee County Historical Museum, Murphy

14,21   Thursday Read Book Club: Light in August by William Faulkner. 2:00 (14 th ), 6:00 (21 st ). Public Library, Caldwell

15-17   Boise Spring Home Show: Expo Idaho, Garden City

16   Courageous Kids Climbing: Free climbing opportunity for people with special needs 10 AM – Noon, Vertical View, 1334 E Bird Dog Dr., Meridian

19   Idaho Gem Club: Come join us at this month’s general meeting. Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend. 7 PM, Maple Grove Grange Hall, 11692 W. Presidents Dr., Boise

21-24   ICHA (Idaho Cutting Horse Association) Spring LAE & Weekend Show: Ford Idaho Center, Nampa

22-24   Boise Flower & Garden Show: Boise Centre, Boise

23   Treasure Valley Flea Market: Out with the old…in with the older! Don’t miss your chance to say “I found something!” 10 AM – 4 PM Saturday; 9 AM – 5 PM Sunday. South Expo Building, Expo Idaho,
Garden City

28   Exhibiting Curiosity–Behind the Scenes Tour: 5 – 6 PM, Idaho State Museum, Boise

Central Idaho

5     Idaho Shakespeare Festival: Shakespearience performs “Romeo and Juliet”. Student 2 PM./Workshop 3:15 PM./Evening 6 PM; Middle School Auditorium, Challis

6-8        Sun Valley Music Festival: Argyros Performng Arts Center, Ketchum

Eastern Idaho

1-2        Idaho Falls Spring Home Expo: Mountain America Center, Idaho Falls

5     The Southeastern Idaho Honor Band Festival Concert: 4 – 6 PM, Jensen Concert Hall. ISU Campus, Pocatello

9     Eastern Idaho’s Strongman Competition:
8 AM – 7 PM, Bannock County Event Center, Pocatello

9     Pebble Creek Telemark Festival:
10 AM – 4 PM, Pebble Creek Ski Area, Inkom

9     ISU Faculty New Music Concert: Come support the ISU Music Faculty and enjoy some good music! 7:30 – 9:30 PM, Purpose Center, 224 N Main St, Pocatello

16   Disney On Ice presents “Mickey’s Search Party”: 11 AM – 3 PM, Mountain America Center, Idaho Falls

16   A Night at the Ballet: 7:30 – 9:30 PM, Idaho Falls Symphony, Idaho Falls

17   Pebble Creek Cowboy Classic: 1- 5 PM, Pebble Creek Ski Area, Inkom

21-23   Pocatello Spring Fair: Features ATVs, recreation equipment, home improvement ideas and products, landscape ideas, lawn and garden equipment. ISU Holt Arena. Pocatello

23   Pebble Creek Monster Dummy Jump:
2 – 5 PM, Inkom

3/2 “Anything goes” Play: Palace Theatre,

8-4/27 Chubbuck

If you like this calendar, please consider supporting us with a SUBSCRIPTION to our print edition, delivered monthly to your doorstep.
This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options.
Register & Purchase  Purchase Only
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.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *