Showing posts from October, 2017


Nothing says fall like a trip to the pumpkin patch, and Idaho Falls has a great one. The U-Pick Red Barn is a family run business that lets you pick fresh produce any time you want, including pumpkins! The farm has a Pick n’ Pay trust system where you pick the produce you’d like and pay in the box marked “Pay Here” next to the door. You just follow the signs shaped like the produce you’re looking for and you’ll find it! Right now, the farm has over twenty varieties of pumpkins for you to choose from in all shapes and sizes. They also have several types of squash you can pick and burlap sacks of potatoes in 25, 50, or 100-pound quantities. You can even reserve local eggs ahead of time to purchase. Make sure to explore the restored, 1930s barn when you visit, and check out the original antique stove that heats the structure. Say hello to the chickens and roosters or one of the hundreds of pheasants on the property. Brings some quarters to purchase dried meal worms from a vending machine


The Idaho Falls Arts Council brings fantastic programs to our area, and that tradition continues with a new type of program, the Carr Gallery Sessions. The series features up and coming musicians in an intimate setting. Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy these musicians before they hit it big! October 19 th features the diverse talent of Andy Hackbarth. Andy will perform a tribute to classical guitar great Segovia, as well as original songs and covers of other artists. On November 16 th , you’ll want to get out of your seat and dance to the tunes of the John Welsh Band. Their sound melds Latin, West African, reggae, and folk rock, for a fun, high energy sound. The series continues with additional artists performing in 2018. Tickets are $35 and include a complimentary drink voucher. Whether you make it a romantic date night or a gathering of good friends, you’ll enjoy some great music and atmosphere. For more information on the upcoming sessions, visit the website . Autumn Cove want


Walkers and runners won’t want to miss the 11 th Annual Eastern Idaho Run for the Cure on Saturday, October 7 th ! This run is Idaho’s largest of its type and a part of the Eastern Idaho Falls Pink Ribbon Campaign. The goal of the race is to raise awareness of breast cancer research and to raise funds to help find a cure. If you’re not up for participating, you can still come out and cheer on your neighbors and enjoy a fun event for a great cause. There will be music, entertainment, refreshments, and a raffle that you won’t want to miss! There will even be Crossfit AMROCK optional obstacle courses and a kickoff for the Barbells for Boobs fundraiser, which you can learn more about here. The event takes place at Freeman Park in Idaho Falls. Same day registration is available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:40 a.m. if you’d like to walk or run. You can register for the 5k walk or run or for the 1-mile walk. You can learn more about the event and registration at its website . One hundred percent of t