Sept. 12, 2019 – Alzar School will host the 5th annual Foundation Film Foundation at The Roxy Theatre at 7:00 p.m. Come enjoy an exciting series of cultural and outdoor films. Admission is by donation, and all proceeds go toward Valley County student scholarships to Alzar School.
Join us for the Full Moon Paddle on July 13th from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Celebrate the full “Buck Moon” with a 10-mile paddle on the Payette River from Fisher Pond to Cabarton Bridge. Meet at Fisher Pond at 5:30 to drop your gear and shuttle your car to the take out. PFD, water, and headlamp required. Snacks, warm clothes, and bug spray recommended. Rentals available through River gear (208) 382-6580
Valley County Fair & Rodeo is an organization dedicated to introducing and supporting the Fair and Rodeo World. They have been dedicated to this goal for generations and take great pride in supporting their 4-H portion of the 6-day program. The 4-H kids take pride in working very hard to raise, show and sell their animals. Please join the Valley County Fair & Rodeo the first full week in August!
Join the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s “Gun Blitz” for Bugles, Brats and Beer at the Valley Club on July 23rd from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.! For questions or more information, call Amanda Sprague at 208-995-3511. We hope to see you there!
The Cascade High School Football Team Presents the “Rambler Scrambler” golf tournament on July 28th, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at the Cascade Golf Course! Cost is $280 per 4 person team, which includes 18 holes and cart. Lunch will also be included, with free beer (while supplies last.) For questions, please contact Deborah Haworth 208-315-3556!
This year marks the 42nd Annual Summer Music Festival in Roseberry, Idaho. Artists from all over the spectrum performing for you live on Jul 18 – 20, 2019 in downtown Roseberry, Idaho. Get your tickets today at http://thesummermusicfestival.com/. For more information, contact info@thesummermusicfestival.
Come join the Thunder Mountain Days in Cascade, Idaho on Thursday, Jul 4, 2019. Since the 4th of July is on a Thursday this year, why not take Thursday and Friday off and spend some great family time in beautiful Cascade, Idaho for Thunder Mountain Days?
Join the Cascade Annual Rubber Duck Race on July 6th at Kelly’s Whitewater Park, 2019 with a guarantee of 50% payout of prize money! There will be multiple prizes awarded for winners. Each participant will also be helping support the Cascade Thunder Mountain firework display show with every entry. Each duck entered will cost $5 or 5 for $20 and will be available for purchase at the Arrowhead RV Park.
The 36th Annual Backwoods Rendezvous with the Idaho Free Trappers will commence on June 13th-16th, at the 2019 Kennedy Ranch in Cascade, Idaho!
The Idaho Free Trappers is a group of individuals who are dedicated to the preservation of the way of life of the pre–1840’s, preserving and re-enacting the way of life of buckskinners, fur trappers, traders, and Native Americans. As re-enactors of the period, they are constantly striving to be as authentic, realistic and true to the spirit of the distinct period within American History.
The Cascade Cup Regatta will be this June 29th through the 30th, on Lake Cascade. The regatta will be headquartered at the Blue Heron Launch Area, south of the golf course. Register your boat in the premier Southern Idaho Sailing Association regatta. Your registration in the 2019 race provides entry into not just the regatta, but the SISA sponsored potluck dinner on Saturday night as well as lunch for all skippers, crew, and cheerleaders on Sunday.
Join the Lake Sampling Workshop on June 22nd from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. at the Cascade Cultural Arts Center at 106 E. Pine St. Cascade, ID 83611 to become a citizen volunteer scientist! This event will feature the University of Idaho Extention Water Educator, Jim Ekins, who will teach participants how to conduct standard water protocol and how to become a citizen volunteer to help monitor our lakes. Citizen volunteers can help collect and share important data and help our community respond to harmful algae blooms. This event is FREE and open to the public.