Showing posts from August, 2018


Idaho Falls is lucky to have a fantastic zoo in our backyard. The Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park puts on a variety of fun programs throughout the year for all ages. Its regular season ends on October 7 th , so before it does, why not plan a trip to “talk” to the animals? Some of the zoo’s newest residents are experts at monkeying around, and they’re sure to bring a smile to your face. Recently, the zoo welcomed two golden lion tamarins, their first pair. These monkeys are named for their bright orange mane. They might resemble the king of the jungle with their fur, but their size makes them unique. Weighing in at around one pound, these tiny flyers stand out amongst the lush green trees of their habitat. Nine-year-old Tam and four-year-old Madison made their debut on May 25 th and are right at home now. You won’t want to miss the zoo’s newest grey gibbon, Sahra. She was born January 23 rd and is only the 18 th grey gibbon in the US. She joins her sibling Sid, who


Summer has the residents of Idaho Falls wanting to get out and enjoy the fantastic weather. One of our favorite outdoor events each summer is the Alive After Five evenings, featuring live music, food, and beverages. These nights are hosted by the Idaho Falls Civitan Club, an organization that works to improve conditions in the community. Proceeds from Alive After Five go toward the Civitan Club’s projects. Alive After Five takes place on Wednesday nights through September 12 th from 5:00p.m. to 7:30p.m. All the fun is located at Civitan Plaza in Historic Downtown at the corner of Park and B. Street. Each week features a different sponsor, food vendor, and band. For more information on Alive After Five or the Civitan Club and its projects, you can visit their website here . Autumn Cove wants to help you maintain your active lifestyle! If you have any service requests, you can submit them using the online Service Manager at and we’re always happy t