The City of Boise is proud to celebrate a major milestone in our history–the landmark vote that has helped to protect 10,300 acres of sensitive and undeveloped open space.

2-4 p.m. Saturday, May 7
Boise Depot, 2603 W. Eastover Terrace

Citizens of all ages are invited to attend the free event from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at the Boise Depot, 2603 W. Eastover Terrace. The event includes:

Children’s Activities
Jennie Rylee, an environmental educator at the Foothills Learning Center, will teach kids some pretty cool stuff about the Foothills. Activities include:
• Animal Track Twister
• Match the Scat game
• Flying Birds and Slithering Snakes hanging ornaments
• Coloring pages

We’re having a party, right? So enjoy cake, punch .. and healthy snacks, too!

A colorful 18 x 24-inch poster featuring Carl Rowe’s painting “Sea of Hills” will be available for $10 at the event (cash or check only). Local artist Carl Rowe will be available at the event to sign posters.

Starting Monday, May 9th, the poster will be available for sale at the City Clerks office, first floor, Boise City Hall, 150 S. Capitol Blvd.

Water bottles
The first 100 people at the event will receive free Vapur water bottles provided by Micron Technology.

Live Music
Music will be provided by Hillfolk Noir, a Boise-based acoustic quartet featuring rock-a-billy, Bluegrass and folk. For more information, see www.petometz.com
• Travis Ward on National guitar, vocals, harmonica, kazoo, words
• Mike Waite, Stand-up bass
• Jared Goodpastor on Snare, washboard, tambourine, harmonies
• Alison Ward, Banjo, singing saw, washboard, washtub bass, harmonies

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