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  • MacDonald Art Glass
    A temperature of 2,000 degrees is hard to comprehend. Its the heat at which some lava flows, as well as the RealFeel temp inside a minivan that's been sitting in Death Valley all afternoon. But for David and Kristi MacDonald, 2,000 is the degree at which they melt borosilicate glass with a specialized torch. The husband-and-wife team share a love of glasswork that has extended to creating a glass studio in their own home. Here, they sell their glass artwork and share their knowledge through lessons, during which they teach students of all levels how to safely craft their own glass creations.
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    214 East 34th Street
    Garden City, ID US
  • Gateway Parks Eagle Snow Park
    Gateway Parks Eagle Snow Park brings resort-like skiing, snowboarding, and tubing to a local community park, creating a family-friendly winter wonderland that sticks around all year. Snow machines sprinkle flakes on the ground, and a snowcat ensures a smooth surface every night once the lights go off. In the morning, staff send guests?both kids and adults?flying down the snow lanes on tubes, skis, snowboards, and snow skates. Specially built jumps, rails, and creative elements allow advanced sportsmen and sportswomen to practice tricks on the way down.
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    12000 Horseshoe Bend Rd.
    Garden City, ID US
  • Shorty's Country Western Sln
    For bar nibbles and pub food par excellence, Shorty's Country Western Sln is Northwest's go-to option. Calorie-counters won't find any low-fat fare here, so enjoy the menu and take a break from the diet. If parking is a concern, you'll be happy to hear that there are many convenient options in the area. Menu items at Shorty's Country Western Sln tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
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    5467 North Glenwood Street
    Garden City, ID US
  • Idaho Promotions Group
    What makes a chili recipe the best there is? The judges at this year's Chili & Salsa fest will have to figure that out for themselves as they award entries of chili—and salsa—in this year's competitions. At Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park, the scents of fall food mingle in the air, making it tricky for patrons to decide whose wares to sample. And as evening comes on, so does the crowd, as the event shifts to watching college and NFL football on the big screen.
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    5610 North Glenwood Street
    Garden City, ID US
  • The Front Climbing Club Salt Lake City
    The Front Climbing Club allows stone-scalers an indoor environment where they can train, practice, and scratch their wall-ascending itch. The club's Climbing 101 class will tutor mounting novices on climbing safely, rope skills, basic techniques, and ascender's lingo, ensuring that new climbers are capable of scaling their next-door neighbor's castle battlements before the next full moon. Climbers can take their newly acquired skills to the club's 6,500-square-foot facility, featuring one of Idaho's steepest climbing walls?a smooth, wood-composed wall nicknamed "The Wave." The club focuses on the art of bouldering, in which ropes are replaced by a crash pad to protect against injuries, allowing climbers to conquer walls with little equipment. For those with stringy sentiments, the club also offers top-rope climbing, and after an invigorating climb to the top, you may need a moment to quietly bask in your triumph over gravity, the most mean-spirited mass-attracting natural phenomenon.
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    3235 W CHINDEN BLVD
    GARDEN CITY, ID US
  • BAM Jam
    With proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Club and Idaho Select Player's Fund, BAM Jam incites three-on-three hoop wars between players of all ages and skill levels, with 142 teams playing on 22 courts its first year alone. Grab two buddies or half an octopus and take part as downtown Boise transforms into an eight-block, multicourt labyrinth of bracketed competitions, with divisions designed to evenly match third-grade female dribblers, men older than 40, teenagers older than 20, and elite adult and high-school players as all vie for netted glory. With a guaranteed minimum of three games per team, even ragtag Lilliputian trios can pursue quixotic competition in the city streets?all under the keen eye of the BAM Jam monitors, who keep conduct sportsmanlike and mischievous backboards from wandering off to the concession stand midgame.
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    5220 North Sawyer Avenue
    Garden City, ID US

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