Stage Coach Theatre has entertained audiences for 29 consecutive seasons, shining a flashlight on the human spirit in a variety of genres, including thrillers, comedies, dramedies, and comedramlers. With the 2010–11 season in full bloom, theatergoers can pick its contemporary stage-fruits and slurp up its performance-juices. Darwin in Malibu, a comedy opening October 15, features a living Charles Darwin, 120 years after he died, engaging in a spirited debate with Thomas Huxley and the Bishop of Oxford about science, God, and lesser-known benefits of flossing. For a holiday family outing, A Christmas Twist (opening November 26) stirs the story of A Christmas Carol with a comedic straw, adding a dash of Oliver Twist and Little Orphan Annie. On April 22, Always…Patsy Cline will begin regaling theater-goers with 27 of her tunes, including memorable songs like "Crazy," "Sweet Dreams," and "That Ain't My Medical Chart, Doctor Franklin."
When you stay at The Boise Hotel and Conference Center in Boise, you'll be near the airport and close to Hillcrest Country Club and Boise State University. This hotel is within close proximity of Taco Bell Arena and Bronco Stadium.
Make yourself at home in one of the 195 air-conditioned guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and complimentary newspapers, as well as direct-dial phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as an indoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access and an arcade/game room.
Take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and secretarial services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and banquet facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided at no charge.
Castle Ranch's menu features beef from the local Double R Ranch, locally sourced Idaho ingredients, and a respectable wine list to complement any entree. Meat lovers can sink a fork in the 8-ounce filet mignon ($26.95), while pescatarians can savor true Western flavor with a boneless, speckled-brown Idaho trout, tossed with capers, lemon, and brown butter ($15.95), each served with seasonal vegetables and a choice of cheddar hash, hand-cut fries, or a baked russet potato. For lighter eating, venture into the sandwiches and salads selection and try the steak sandwich, Double R sirloin with crispy beer-battered onion rings on sourdough, served with fries ($14.95), or a classic caesar salad with romaine, parmesan, ciabatta croutons, and caesar vinaigrette ($5.95).
The highly qualified staff at Wholistic Beauty Boutique believe in the healing power of organic, chemical-free beauty products. These products make their way into a wide range of services, from pampering body wraps and enrichment peels to reiki treatments and massages. Clients leave the boutique feeling refreshed and energized, secure in the knowledge that only natural serums touched their skin and that their cells can now breathe tiny, high-pitched sighs of relief.
With a five-star rating as an instructor-development center from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), Dive Magic’s aquanauts impart scuba prowess to aspiring underwater explorers. During a two-hour Discover Scuba session (a $50 value), fledgling flipper-kickers are introduced to the essential elements of scuba safety, equipment usage, and how to gurgle "gesundheit!" after a subaquatic sneeze, then descend into the depths of an on-site heated swimming pool. While basking in the buoyancy, a Dive Magic staff photographer will snap a photographic keepsake (a $10 value) to memorialize the immersed moment. To make the experience as comfortable as possible, Dive Magic offers a choice between male or female instructors. All equipment is provided.
Though they share both a moniker and a multifarious menu brimming with eclectic American cuisine, Willowcreek's Vista Avenue and Eagle locations each boast their own set of genial qualities. Set dangling tonsils aside and hypnotize taste buds with eats such as the chicken, broccoli, and feta salad ($9.99), or the bestselling Payette club, a chewy ciabatta roll mounded with house-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham, and honey-cured bacon ($9.99). Diners in search of plant-happy hunger-busters can nosh on the portobello melt, a 'shroom harvested by a garden gnome co-op and slathered in swiss cheese and rosemary mayo ($9.99). Willowcreek also entices palates with traditional entrees, including the thai chicken pasta tossed in peanut sauce ($13.99) and the cedar-fired salmon ($16.99). Avoid tantrums from attention-seeking esophagi with liquidy love from a signature watermelon-cucumber margarita at the Eagle location's full bar, or a regional wine and northwest microbrew from Vista Avenue's drink selection.