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2 FRIDAY

First Friday/ Twin Falls

BraunBand with country music, featuring harmony vocals of Gary and Cindy Braun with Keith Carroll on bass guitar and Mike Remming on steel guitar, 6-9 p.m. at the First Friday event at Rudy’s — A Cook’s Paradise, 147 Main Ave. W.; along with wine and beer by the glass, food sampling and a cooking demonstration by chef Eric Ettesvold in the Rudy’s kitchen; no cover, 733-5477. Also for First Friday, music by Laura Taylor (pictured), 7:30-10:30 p.m. at Hands On, 147 Shoshone St. N.; smoothie drink specials and studio-free painting; no cover, reservations: 736-4475.

Planetarium/ Twin Falls

Faulkner Planetarium at Herrett Center for Arts and Science presents “Sky Quest” with a live sky tour at 2 p.m.; “More Than Meets the Eye” with a live sky tour at 3:30 p.m.; “Greatest Wonders of the Universe” at 7 p.m.; and “Pink Floyd: The Wall” at 8:15 p.m. Tickets for afternoon and 7 p.m. shows are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for seniors and $2.50 for students. Tickets for 8:15 p.m. show are $4.50 for all ages. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Music, products/ Twin Falls

Friday Night Market, 5-8 p.m. on Main Avenue, between Shoshone and Gooding streets. Live entertainment and vendors with produce, garden art, pottery, prepared foods, crafts, wine and face painting for the kids. Information: Judi Baxter, 731-1232 or judibaxter@yahoo.com.

Blues/Twin Falls

George Marsh, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. for the Economy Blues Party at The Cove, 496 Addison Ave. Food and drink specials. No cover.

Country, rock/ Twin Falls

Copperhead, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Slick Johnson band, 9 p.m. at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Movie/Bellevue

Hot Summer Nights movie, featuring “Marley and Me,” at dusk at Bellevue Memorial Park. The outside show starts with a cartoon. Bring low-back lawn chairs or blankets for seating. Free admission; bring a non-perishable food donation for the Hunger Coalition.

Country, rock/ Declo

The Fugitives, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Shakers, 826 Idaho Highway 81. No cover.

County fair/Filer

Twin Falls County Fair and Magic Valley Stampede continues all day at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, with 4-H, FFA and livestock events; a carnival; entertainment on the free stage including Terrance B and Hypnodog, K-9 demonstration, and Play With Gravity Mototrials show; petting farm in Kiddie Land; Super Science family activities; and exhibits in the merchants buildings. Highlight: PRCA rodeo, 7:30 p.m. in Shouse Arena (advance tickets: $13 for reserved seats and $10 for general admission; prices include fair admission; and tickets at grandstands office: $9 for reserved seats and $6 for general admission; price does not include fair admission). Presale fair admission: $5 for adults and seniors, $3 for children; and at the gate: $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children (age 6-12). Children 5 and younger admitted free. Tickets at tfcfair.com or 326-4398.

Music/Filer

Dr A with easy-listening jazz, standards, blues, Latin and country music, 6-8 p.m. at Mama Lazagna’s, 410 U.S. Highway 30. 326-2252.

Dancing/Jerome

Dance with music by Country Classics, 8 p.m. to midnight at Snake River Elks Lodge, 412 E. 200 S. $5 per person or $9 per couple. Dinner available. Everyone welcome; 280-3365.

Music/Jerome

Madlife, a Los Angeles-based band, 9 p.m. at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. No cover. 644-1111.

Antique shows/ Ketchum, Hailey

Antique fairs, as part of Wagon Days celebration: Ketchum Art and Antique Show, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Forest Service Park, at First and Washington streets, Ketchum; Hailey’s Antique Market, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Roberta McKercher Park, 350 W. Cedar St., and Hailey National Armory; and Hailey’s Main Street Antique and Art Show, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 730 N. Main St.

Gallery walk/ Ketchum

Gallery Walk, hosted by Sun Valley Gallery Association, 5-8 p.m., featuring exhibitions at several art galleries in Ketchum and Sun Valley. (Pictured:Mary Josephson’s “Laws of Attraction” at Friesen Gallery.) Free admission. Information and a map: svgalleries.org or 726-5512.

Festivity/Ketchum

Wagon Days events include grand marshal reception honoring former Blaine County Sheriff Walt Femling, 5:30-7 p.m. at Memory Park on Main Street, between Fifth and Sixth streets; Blackjack Shoot-Out Gang, 7 p.m. on Main Street, in front of Casino Club; and 7:30 p.m., music by Salt Lake City’s Irish rock band Swagger at Ketchum Town Plaza. 622-2135.

Jazz/Sun Valley

Joe Fos, 9 p.m. to closing, at Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Lodge. No cover. 622-2145.

Music/Stanley

Stanley Stomp, featuring Dallas Alice band with alternative country music, 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Rod-N-Gun Whitewater Saloon on Ace of Diamonds street.

3 SATURDAY

Planetarium/ Twin Falls

Faulkner Planetarium at Herrett Center for Arts and Science presents “Rusty Rocket’s Last Blast” at 2 p.m.; “More Than Meets the Eye” with a live sky tour at 4 p.m.; “Greatest Wonders of the Universe” at 7 p.m.; “U2” at 8:15 p.m. Tickets for afternoon and 7 p.m. shows are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for seniors and $2.50 for students. Tickets for 8:15 p.m. show are $4.50 for all ages. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Festival/ Twin Falls

The 29th Annual Portuguese Folclore Festival, presented by Grupo Folclorico Filhos de Portugal, 2-5 p.m. at Twin Falls City Park. Features dance performances, Portuguese food, vendors and a beer and wine garden. Free admission; food available for purchase. Information: Grace Silva, 320-3851.

Music/Twin Falls

Live music, 8-11 p.m. at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Country, rock/ Twin Falls

Copperhead, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Slick Johnson band, 9 p.m. at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Country, rock/ Declo

The Fugitives, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Shakers, 826 Idaho Highway 81. No cover.

County fair/Filer

Twin Falls County Fair and Magic Valley Stampede continues all day at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, with 4-H, FFA and livestock events; a carnival; entertainment on the free stage including Terrance B and Hypnodog, No Boundaries Band at 3 p.m., K-9 demonstration, and Play With Gravity Mototrials show; petting farm in Kiddie Land; antique tractor pull; Super Science family activities; and exhibits in the merchants buildings. Highlight: Antique tractor pull, 1 p.m. at Shouse Arena; and PRCA rodeo, 7:30 p.m. in Shouse Arena (advance rodeo tickets: $16 for reserved seats and $13 for general admission; prices include fair admission; and tickets at grandstands office: $12 for reserved seats and $9 for general admission; price does not include fair admission). Presale fair admission: $5 for adults and seniors, $3 for children; and at the gate: $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children (age 6-12). Children 5 and younger admitted free. Tickets at tfcfair.com or 326-4398.

Music/Jerome

Pipeline Overdrive, 9 p.m. at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St., with a mix of old, new and original songs. No cover. 644-1111.

Festivity, parade/ Ketchum

Wagon Days celebration continues Papoose Club’s Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m. to noon at Ketchum Town Square (across from Atkinsons’ Market); includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, eggs, orange juice, coffee and fruit; cost: $8 for adults, $7 for seniors 65 and older, $7 for youth 13-18, $5 for children 4-12, and free for children 3 and younger); proceeds benefit area youth-oriented organizations. Sun Valley Silver Car Auction, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sun Valley Resort, with about 250 collector car owners and dealers, auction at 10:30 a.m.; 800-255-4485 or silverauctions.com. Children’s Carnival and Wagon’s Ho hands-on exhibit, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Town Plaza, with mini-train rides, astro-jump, climbing wall and bungee run (unlimited all-ride pass: $10). Eh-Capa Bareback Riders performance, 10:30 a.m. at Festival Meadows on Sun Valley Road, demonstrating horse riding and jumping techniques of the Native Americans; and Blackjack Shoot-Out Gang, 12:15 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Main Street. Big Hitch Parade, 1 p.m. with nearly 100 museum-quality wagons, hitches, buggies, carriages, stages and carts, including six Lewis Ore Wagons (known as the Big Hitch), pulled by a 20-mule jerkline. Music by Old Death Whisper, 3 p.m. at Casino Club on Main Street; tour the ore wagons with historian Ivan Swaner, 4 p.m., meet outside the Ore Wagon Museum by Ketchum City Hall, 480 E. Ave. N.; and music by Australian roots Oka band, 7:30 p.m. at Ketchum Town Plaza. Wagondays.com, 720-4535 or 622-2135.

Antique shows/ Ketchum, Hailey

Ketchum Art and Antique Show, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Forest Service Park, at First and Washington streets, Ketchum; Hailey’s Antique Market, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Roberta McKercher Park, 350 W. Cedar St., and Hailey National Armory; and Hailey’s Main Street Antique and Art Show, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 730 N. Main St.

Festivity/Pine

Pine-Featherville Days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m at Pine Senior Citizen Center, two miles north of Pine on the main road. Features live music, arts and crafts, jewelry making, woodworking, chainsaw bear carving, log furniture, bake sale and more. Lunch available (by donation to the center). Free admission. Information: Shirley Hall, 653-2688.

Figure skating/ Sun Valley

Sasha Cohen, Olympic silver medalist, two-time world silver medalist and two-time U.S. silver medalist, performs at Sun Valley Summer Ice Show, at dusk at the Sun Valley Ice Rink. Tickets are $34 to $60 for bleacher seats, $64 for Sun Room terrace seats and $102 for dinner and show, at seats.sunvalley.com or 622-2135. Ice show and hotel packages at Sun Valley Resort Reservations: 800-786-8259.

Jazz/Sun Valley

Joe Fos, 9 p.m. to closing, at Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Lodge. No cover. 622-2145.

Festivity/Jarbidge

Labor Day celebration, presented by Jarbidge Community Association: bingo, 1-5 p.m. at Community Hall; and live music, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Outdoor Inn. (From Twin Falls, drive along U.S. Highway 93 south to Rogerson, turn west on Three Creek Road). 775-488-2311.

Music, party/ Stanley

Stanley Stomp, featuring BSU tailgate party at 5 p.m. with football game at 6 p.m., followed by Voice of Reason band with reggae music, at Rod-N-Gun Whitewater Saloon on Ace of Diamonds street. 21 and older; identification required.

4 SUNDAY

Meet the band/ Twin Falls

Hastings Entertainment hosts The Band Perry for an in-store signing at 1 p.m. Fans can meet the band before its Twin Falls County Fair performance. The group will sign copies of self-titled CD “The Band Perry,” available for purchase for $7.99. Hastings is at 870 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. in Twin Falls.

Rock/Twin Falls

Slick Johnson band, 9 p.m. at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Parade, festivity/Bellevue

Bellevue Labor Day Parade, as part of Wagon Days celebration, 1 p.m., followed by music, food, antiques and crafts at Bellevue City Park.

County fair/Filer

Twin Falls County Fair continues all day at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, with 4-H, FFA and livestock events; a carnival; entertainment on the free stage including Jennifer Jones at 1 p.m., Gary Bench at 2:15 p.m. and Magic Valley Jubilee at 6 p.m., Terrance B and Hypnodog, K-9 demonstration, and Play With Gravity Mototrials show; petting farm in Kiddie Land; Super Science family activities; and exhibits in the merchants buildings. Highlights: Country act The Band Perry (pictured)headlining with country duo Joey and Rory opening the show in Shouse Arena, 8 p.m. (Advance concert tickets: $20 for reserved seats and $17 for general admission; price includes fair admission; and tickets at grandstands office: $17 for reserved seats and $13 for general admission; price does not include fair admission.) Presale fair admission: $5 for adults and seniors, $3 for children; and at the gate: $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children (age 6-12). Children 5 and younger admitted free. Tickets at tfcfair.com or 326-4398.

Heritage tour/Hansen

Rock Creek Station and Stricker homesite guided tours, 1-5 p.m. Sundays through SEPT. 25, at 3715 E. 3200 N. The site includes oldest building in Magic Valley, house museum and new interpretive center. Bring a picnic and enjoy lunch along the Rock Creek and Oregon Trail. Free admission; friendsofstricker@gmail.com.

Festivity/Ketchum

Wagon Days celebration continues: Papoose Club’s Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m. to noon at Ketchum Town Square (across from Atkinsons’ Market); includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, eggs, orange juice, coffee and fruit (cost: $8 for adults, $7 for seniors 65 and older, $7 for youth 13-18, $5 for children 4-12, and free for children 3 and younger); proceeds benefit area youth-oriented organizations. Silver Car Auction, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sun Valley Resort, 800-255-4485 or silverauctions.com.

Antique shows/Ketchum, Hailey

Ketchum Art and Antique Show, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Forest Service Park, at First and Washington streets, Ketchum; Hailey’s Antique Market, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Roberta McKercher Park, 350 W. Cedar St., and Hailey National Armory; and Hailey’s Main Street Antique and Art Show, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 730 N. Main St.

Festivity/Ketchum

Great Wagon Days Duck Race along with music by Straight Up band, food and kids activities including a bouncy house, 1-4 p.m. at Rotary Park at Warm Springs and Saddle roads. The race starts at 3 p.m. with thousands of plastic ducks released in the Big Wood River, starting at Warm Springs Bridge and finishing at Rotary Park. Each adopted duck is numbered and entered into the race; prizes awarded for top-placing ducks. Cost is $5 per duck, 6 for $25 or 13 for $50; purchase at Atkinsons’ Market, 721-7481 or at the race. Proceeds go for the Rotary scholarship fund and holiday baskets.

Festivity/Shoshone

Labor Day celebration at West Magic Recreation Club on West Magic Road (off Idaho Highway 75, north of Shoshone). Activities: noon to 1 p.m., boat parade; 3-5 p.m., barbecue, raffles and auction; and 7 p.m., music by Hanger 17.

Bike tour, wine tasting/Sun Valley

Wheels and Wine Bike Tour begins at 4 p.m. at Pete Lane’s Bike Shop, with highlights of the resort and historical points of interest. The guided bike tour concludes with wine tasting at Inn Lounge and Terrace. Cost is $29 for tour and wine tasting (bike not included). Reservations: 622-2279.

Music/Stanley

Music From Stanley concert series, featuring New Transit, 4-7 p.m. at Redfish Lake Lodge. Free admission. Concert recordings to be aired in radio series on KBSU, KBSW and KISU in the fall. Musicfromstanley.com.

Festivity/Jarbidge

Labor Day celebration, presented by Jarbidge Community Association: bingo, 1-4 p.m. at Community Hall; corn feed, 4 p.m. at Outdoor Inn; and live music, 8 p.m. to midnight, at Outdoor Inn. (From Twin Falls, drive along U.S. Highway 93 south to Rogerson, turn west on Three Creek Road). 775-488-2311.

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MONDAY

Festivity/Bellevue

Bellevue Labor Day celebration continues 1-5 p.m. at Bellevue City Park, with music, food, crafts and more.

County fair/Filer

Twin Falls County Fair continues all day at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, with entertainment on the free stage including Lyle Dieter Band at 6 p.m. Highlights: 4-H/FFA Junior Market Animal Sale, 9 a.m. at Lyle Masters Sale Barn; and Destruction Derby, 7 p.m. at Shouse Arena (advance derby tickets: $13 for reserved seats and $10 for general admission; prices include fair admission; and tickets at grandstands office: $9 for reserved seats and $6 for general admission; price does not include fair admission). Presale fair admission: $5 for adults and seniors, $3 for children; and at the gate: $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children (age 6-12). Children 5 and younger admitted free. Tickets at tfcfair.com or 326-4398.

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TUESDAY

Planetarium/Twin Falls

Faulkner Planetarium at Herrett Center for Arts and Science presents “Mingle in the Jungle” free reptile revue at 6 p.m.; and “Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope,” with a live sky tour at 7 p.m. Tickets are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for seniors and $2.50 for students. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Documentary/Twin Falls

“Friends of God,” a documentary by filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi about the influence of the evangelical movement in America, 6 p.m. at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Recital Hall. Discussion follows. Presented by CSI Secular Student Alliance club. Free admission; open to public. Information: Brent Jensen, 420-7066 or bjensen@csi.edu.

Art reception/Twin Falls

Opening reception for George Wray’s “Looking Back” exhibit, 7-9 p.m. at Jean B. King Gallery at Herrett Center for Arts and Science. Wray is an artist and retired art professor from Moscow. His artwork consists of drawings, paintings and light installations. On display through OCT. 15. Free admission. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Open mic/Twin Falls

Open Microphone Night, 8 p.m. at The Cove, 496 Addison Ave. Prize drawings for entertainers. No cover.

Open mic/Jerome

Open Microphone Night for all musical talents, 7:30-10:30 p.m. at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. No cover. 644-1111.

Bike tour, wine tasting/Sun Valley

Wheels and Wine Bike Tour begins at 4 p.m. at Pete Lane’s Bike Shop, with highlights of the resort and historical points of interest. The guided bike tour concludes with wine tasting at Inn Lounge and Terrace. Cost is $29 for tour and wine tasting (bike not included). Reservations: 622-2279.

Jazz/Sun Valley

Joe Fos, 9 p.m. to closing, at Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Lodge. No cover. 622-2145.

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WEDNESDAY

Fiddling/Twin Falls

Idaho Old Time Fiddlers Association members’ acoustic string instrument jam session, 6-8 p.m., followed by the monthly meeting, at Idaho Pizza Co., 1859 Kimberly Road. Open to prospective members and the public. 420-3345.

Music/Twin Falls

Open Microphone Night, 6:30-10 p.m. at A Shot in the Dark coffee house, 1020 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. Featuring acoustic musicians and comedy. No cover. 933-7468.

Music/Twin Falls

Josh Hart, 7-10 p.m. at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Book talk/Ketchum

Leda Sanford reads from her book “Pure Moxie,” 6 p.m. at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. The memoir: one woman’s journey from bored housewife to trendsetter in the magazine publishing industry. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Movie/Ketchum

Movies in the Square, featuring “The Perfect Game,” at dusk at Ketchum Town Square.

Music/Sun Valley

Paul Tillotson Trio, 5-8 p.m. at Trail Creek Cabin’s deck bar. No cover. 622-2800.

Jazz/Sun Valley

Joe Fos, 9 p.m. to closing, at Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Lodge. No cover. 622-2145.

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THURSDAY

Jazz/Twin Falls

Jazz at CSI Java, 3 p.m., first floor of College of Southern Idaho’s Taylor Building. Hosted by Brent Jensen. Free; open to the public. 420-7066.

Theater/Twin Falls

Random Acts of Theatre Players present Anne Nelson’s “The Guys,” at 7:30 p.m. at CSI Fine Arts Theater. The play is about a writer who helps a fire captain write eulogies for the men he lost in the Sept. 11 attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center. Tickets are $10, at 420-3979, ratplayers@gmail.com or CSI Fine Arts box office, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Portion of proceeds goes to firefighter charities.

Bike tour, wine tasting/Sun Valley

Wheels and Wine Bike Tour begins at 4 p.m. at Pete Lane’s Bike Shop, with highlights of the resort and historical points of interest. The guided bike tour concludes with wine tasting at Inn Lounge and Terrace. Cost is $29 for tour and wine tasting (bike not included). Reservations: 622-2279.

Book signing/Buhl

Cathy Wilson of Buhl will sign copies of her book “Strange: Unexplained Tales from Idaho and Beyond,” 7-9 p.m. at the Buhl Public Library, 215 Broadway Ave. N.

Book talk/Ketchum

Author J.J. L’Heurex discusses her book “Faces From the Southern Ocean: A Photographic Expedition to Antarctica,” 6 p.m. at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. L’Heureux, a painter, photographer and naturalist, shares her photographs and talks about the adventures behind her book. Book signing follows. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Theater/Oakley

Oakley Valley Arts Council auditions for the comedy/drama production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 7-9 p.m. at Howells Opera House, 160 N. Blaine Ave. Directed by Kent Evensen. Adults should come prepared to read from a provided script. Performances are set for NOV. 10-12, 14-15 and 17-19. Audition sheets available at oakleyvalleyarts.org. 677-2787.

Music/Sun Valley

Paul Tillotson Trio, 5-8 p.m. at Trail Creek Cabin’s deck bar. No cover. 622-2800.

Jazz/Sun Valley

Joe Fos, 9 p.m. to closing, at Duchin Lounge at Sun Valley Lodge. No cover. 622-2145.

NEXTWEEK

Storytime/Twin Falls

Storytime Pottery, 10 a.m. SEPT. 9 at Hands On, 147 Shoshone St. N., for ages 2-6 and their parents; includes the story “Sophie and Sebastian,” snack and painting project. Cost is $12. Preregister: 736-4475.

Auditions/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho’s auditions for The Eugene Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” production, SEPT. 9 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. Audition times: 4:30 p.m. for Baby Mice (ages 6-7, no height requirement, one year of ballet preferred); 5 p.m. for Angels (ages 8-9, under 4 feet 6 inches, at least one year of ballet); 5:30 p.m. for Ladybugs (ages 10-12, under 5 feet, at least two years’ ballet); and 6:30 p.m. for Party Guests (ages 10-14, under 5 feet 2 inches, at least three years’ ballet). Dancers can audition for more than one part. Wear dance clothing and be ready to dance 15 minutes before audition times. Performance is set for DEC. 12. Audition fee is $5. Instruction fee is $5 for those chosen for the show. 732-6288.

Planetarium/Twin Falls

Faulkner Planetarium at Herrett Center for Arts and Science presents “Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope,” SEPT. 9. with a live sky tour at 7 p.m.; and “Pink Floyd: The Wall” at 8:15 p.m. Tickets for 7 p.m. show are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for seniors and $2.50 for students. Tickets for 8:15 p.m. show are $4.50 for all ages. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Music/Twin Falls

Black Out Party, 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. SEPT. 9 at 360 Main Event Center, 348 Fourth Ave. S. Features three performers from Portland, Ore., and Hedflux from United Kingdom. Tickets are $15 in advance at Zumiez at Magic Valley Mall or $20 at the door. Event is for ages 16 and older; identification required.

Music/Twin Falls

Chris Bender and Kevin Silva, 9:30 p.m. SEPT. 9 on the outdoor stage at Elevation 486, 195 River Vista Plaza. No cover.

Rock/Jerome

Slick Johnson Band, 9 p.m. SEPT. 9 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. No cover. 644-1111.

Country/Sun Valley

Governor’s Cup Concert, featuring Lee Ann Womack, 8 p.m. SEPT. 9 at Sun Valley Pavilion. Tickets are $29 to $65, at seats.sunvalley.com or 622-2135.

Country, rock/Twin Falls

Copperhead, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. SEPT. 9-10 at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Rockin’ Horse, 9 p.m. SEPT. 9-10 at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Theater/Twin Falls

Random Acts of Theatre Players present Anne Nelson’s “The Guys,” at 7:30 p.m. SEPT. 9-10 and 2 p.m. SEPT. 10-11 at CSI Fine Arts Theater. The play is about a writer who helps a fire captain write eulogies for the men he lost in the Sept. 11 attacks of the twin towers of the World Trade Center. Tickets are $10, at 420-3979, ratplayers@gmail.com or CSI Fine Arts box office, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Portion of proceeds goes to firefighter charities.

Country/Jackpot

Crystal Gayle, 8 p.m. SEPT. 9 and at 7 and 9 p.m. SEPT. 10 at the Gala Showroom at Cactus Petes Resort Casino, 1385 U.S. Highway 93 in Jackpot, Nev. Tickets are $35, $40 and $45 (include two drinks), at 800-821-1103; Cactuspetes.com.

Fiddling/Twin Falls

Fiddlers Inc. holds a potluck, jam session and dancing, 11:30 a.m. SEPT. 10, at Disabled American Veterans building, 459 Shoup Ave. Open for those playing a stringed instrument (guitar, fiddle or mandolin). Free admission.

Planetarium/Twin Falls

Faulkner Planetarium at Herrett Center for Arts and Science presents “Here Comes the Sun,” at 2 p.m. SEPT. 10 ; “Journey to the Edge of Space and Time,” with a live sky tour at 4 p.m.; “Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope” with a live sky tour at 7 p.m.; and “Pink Floyd: The Wall” at 8:15 p.m. Tickets for afternoon and 7 p.m. shows are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for seniors and $2.50 for students. Tickets for 8:15 p.m. show are $4.50 for all ages. 732-6655 or csi.edu/herrett.

Country/Twin Falls

Gary and Cindy Braun, 5:30-8:30 p.m. SEPT. 10 at Rock Creek Restaurant, 200 Addison Ave. W. The duo blends a mixture of classic country and easy listening music with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. No cover.

Acoustic/Twin Falls

Rick Kuhn, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. 10 at Zulu After Hours, 1970 Addison Ave. E. No cover.

Astronomy/Twin Falls

Star Party with telescope viewing, 9 p.m. to midnight, SEPT. 10 in the Centennial Observatory at the Herrett Center for Arts and Science. View full moon, double stars and Jupiter. Free admission.

Music/Twin Falls

Cary Judd, 8-11 p.m. SEPT. 10 at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Theater/Oakley

Oakley Valley Arts Council auditions for the comedy/drama production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 9 a.m. to noon SEPT. 10 at Howells Opera House, 160 N. Blaine Ave. Directed by Kent Evensen. Adults should come prepared to read from a provided script. Performances are set for NOV. 10-12, 14-15 and 17-19. Audition sheets available at oakleyvalleyarts.org. 677-2787.

Fundraiser/Sun Valley

Battle of the Blades: Ice ... It’s Hard, SEPT. 10 at Sun Valley Ice Rink. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Features nine local celebrities and nine figure skating professionals paired in a skate to the finish. Pairs compete in professionally choreographed routines to raise money for local nonprofits of their choice. Three judges and the audience’s applause determine the winners. The event includes performances by vocal artist and songwriter Tyia Wilson, and professional ice skater and choreographer Craig Heath. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for youth and $35 for reserved front row, at Iconoclast Books in Ketchum, The Yellowbrick Road in Hailey, battleoftheblades.org or 622-8020.

Ceremony/Twin Falls

Observance and memorial for 9/11, 7 p.m. SEPT. 11 at the band shell in Twin Falls City Park. Features presentation of colors from Jerome Fire Color Guard, invocation by Twin Falls Sheriff’s Department chaplain, a police memorial 21-gun salute, speakers, last alarm firefighter and EMS memorial, moment of silence for the victims of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, flag and luminaria presentations courtesy of Boy Scouts and music by the College of Southern Idaho Concert Band and Twin Falls High School Choir/Jive. Presented by Twin Falls Fire Department, Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Department, Jerome Fire Department, many other first response agencies in Magic Valley and the Times-News. Information: Susan Nickell, 735-3227 or 420-8371.

Presentation/Hailey

Company of Fools Healing and Remembrance event in recognition of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, 2 p.m. SEPT. 11 at the Liberty Theatre, 110 N. Main St. The performance begins with inspirational music by A Few Good Men, a newly created a cappella group for male voices, with members John Mauldin, Paul Stoops, Dawson Howard, Tim Eagan, Doug Taylor, George Sedlack, Dick Brightman and R.L. Rowsey. Followed by a reading of Anne Nelson’s “The Guys,” featuring Denise Simone and Joel Vilinsky under direction of John Glenn. “The Guys” is a dialogue between a fire captain who has lost most of his men in the collapse of the Twin Towers and an editor who helps him write the eulogies as she struggles to come to terms with the events of 9/11. Free admission; doors open at 1:30 p.m. Donations accepted to benefit Blaine County’s Search and Rescue.

Presentation/Ketchum

Ceremony for 9/11: The 10-year anniversary, 3-10 p.m. SEPT. 11 at Ketchum Town Square. The event, hosted by Ketchum Sun Valley Volunteer Firefighters Association, features live music and vendors. Admission is $5, to benefit the Fallen Firefighters Foundation.

Auditions/Twin Falls

Magic Valley Little Theater auditions for an adult-only cast for productions of Rodger and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,” 2-5 p.m. SEPT. 11 and 7-9 p.m. SEPT. 12 at Encore Performance and Event Center, 681 Filer Ave. (Campus Commons). Rehearsals start SEPT. 13, with performances set for OCT. 27-30. Information: Lori Henson, 308-8965, or Melanie Cook, 731-6104.

Book talk/Ketchum

Author Don Carleton presents “Conversations With Cronkite: Helping Walter Cronkite Write His Memoirs,” 6 p.m. SEPT. 13 at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. Carleton talks about working with the late CBS News anchor as his historian in helping Cronkite write his best-selling autobiography, “A Reporter’s Life.” Book signing follows. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Wagon, trail ride/Shoshone

Lost N Lava Wagon and Trail Ride, SEPT. 13-15. The group leaves Shoshone SEPT. 13 and travels north to Black Butte area and Mammoth Cave and Museum. Highlights include nine meals (mostly Dutch oven cooking), a visit to Mammoth Cave, camping under the stars, and a gathering each night around the campfire with cowboy music and poetry. Return to the fairgrounds SEPT. 15 for a Dutch oven meal and dance. Trail drive cost is $125 per person. Information: Lundy Flick, 420-9730.

Acting class/Hailey

“Master Class in Scene Study,” a Company of Fools class for age 16 and older, 6-9 p.m. SEPT. 13, 20 and 27 and OCT. 4, 11 and 25 at Liberty Theatre. Beth Hilles instructs. Bring the script to life in a believable and connected way; use imagination, yourself and partner work to tell exciting and human stories. Hilles began working with Company of Fools in 2010 and recently performed in the productions of “Circle Mirror Transformation,” “Distracted” and “Dead Man’s Cell Phone.” She has performed all over the country at theaters including the Guthrie Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company and Chicago Dramatists. Cost is $120.

Country/Twin Falls

Gary and Cindy Braun, 5:30-8:30 p.m. SEPT. 14 at Rock Creek Restaurant, 200 Addison Ave. W. with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. No cover.

Music/Twin Falls

Matt Hopper, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. 14 at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Movie/Ketchum

Screening of “When I Rise,” 6 p.m. SEPT. 14 at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave., with executive producer Don Carleton and co-producer Alison Beck. A question-and-answer session follows the screening. “When I Rise” is an inspirational journey toward finding forgiveness within oneself. Barbara Smith Conrad, a gifted black music student at University of Texas, is cast in an opera to co-star with a white male classmate, fueling a racist backlash from members of the Texas legislature. When Conrad is expelled from the cast, the incident escalates to national news, prompting unexpected support from a pop superstar. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Movie/Ketchum

Movies in the Square, featuring “Goonies,” at dusk SEPT. 14 at Ketchum Town Square.

Lecture/Ketchum

Minimalism lecture by curators Kristin Poole and Courtney Gilbert, 5:30 p.m. SEPT. 15 at Sun Valley Center for the Arts, 191 Fifth St. E., in conjunction with the exhibition, “The Literal Line: Minimalism Then and Now.” The pair presents an abbreviated version of a series of three lectures they gave on minimalism and its context in May. Poole, Sun Valley Center’s co-executive director and artistic director, will address the early 20th century impulses that led to minimalism. Gilbert, who holds a Ph.D. in art history from University of Chicago, will discuss the movement’s heyday in the 1960s and 1970s. The lecture concludes with a discussion of the legacy of minimalism as seen in the work of later artists and in movements as conceptualism and land art. Free admission. 726-9491 or sunvalleycenter.org.

Music/Twin Falls

Award-winning vocal group The Standards in concert to benefit the Fifth Judicial District Status Offender Services program and Stuff the Bus event, 7 p.m. SEPT. 15-17 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. The vocal group of five brothers are known for their modern vocal style set to some of America’s favorite songs. The show features new music from “Spencer’s Own,” the group’s upcoming music project. Bring school supplies to the concert and help fill a school bus with needed supplies for families in need and for local schools. Tickets are $12 at Oasis Stop ‘N Go locations, Crowley’s - The Quad at Magic Valley Mall, Bell’s Family Book Store, Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce office, Williams Chiropractic in Twin Falls and CSI Fine Arts box office (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.); Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce office in Heyburn; King’s in Gooding; and Simerly’s in Wendell.

Country/Twin Falls

Gary and Cindy Braun, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. 16 at Zulu After Hours, 1986 Addison Ave. E. The duo blends a mixture of classic country and easy listening music with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica.No cover.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. SEPT. 16 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Street fair/Buhl

Buhl Street Fair, noon to 9 p.m. SEPT. 16 in downtown area. Features live music, business open houses and vendors. Information: Tom, 543-9879 or Mary, 543-5946.

Festival/Buhl

Buhl Chamber of Commerce Trout Festival, 4-10 p.m. SEPT. 16 in downtown Buhl. Includes entertainment, children’s activities, food vendors, and rock band Milestone playing for a street dance, 6-10 p.m. on Main Street. 543-6682.

Festivity/Buhl

“An Evening on the Bayou,” a celebration of Cajun cuisine, music and dance, 6-11 p.m. SEPT. 16 at Snyder Winery, 4060 N. 1200 E. The event includes dinner of seafood (prawns, clams, mussels, oysters and crawfish), Cajun dishes and a dessert buffet, followed by Zydeco music and dancing. Andrea Gardener teaches Zydeco dance, and there’s a dance contest. Meet area artist John McClusky who designed the winery’s newest wine labels. Tickets are $45 per person, at 543-6938. Snyderwinery.com.

Country, rock/Twin Falls

Mixed Emotions, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. SEPT. 16-17 at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Randy Richards Band, 9 p.m. SEPT. 16-17 at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Rock/Buhl

Milestone, 10:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. SEPT 16 and 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.SEPT. 17 at T.J.’s Lounge, 112 Broadway Ave. S. No cover.

Cowboy poetry, music/Shoshone

Lost N Lava Cowboy Poets Gathering, SEPT. 16-18 at Lincoln County Fairgrounds, 201 S. Beverly. Includes poetry and music; open microphone, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. SEPT. 16-17 and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. SEPT. 18; cowboy poetry at 7 p.m. SEPT. 16-17; cowboy breakfast, 8-10 a.m. and cowboy church, 9:30 a.m. SEPT. 18; plus vendors and displays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. SEPT. 16-17 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. SEPT. 18. Performers include Jessica Hedges of Burns, Ore.; Stampede from Roy, Utah; Bobbie Hunter of Emmett; Wayne Nelson of American Falls; Tony Argento of Reno, Nev.; Philip “Tumbleweed” Crawford of St. Francis, Kan.; Ted Hoffman of Mountain Home; Robin Arnold of Roy, Utah; John Bergstrom of Saugus, Calif.; and Mountain Saddle Band of Show Low, Ariz. Tickets available at Whistle Stop, Lincoln County Extension office or at the door. Open mic schedule: Bryan Dilworth, 309-1990; Lundy Flick, 420-9730; or Richard Williams, 721-2826. Lincolncountychamber.org.

Storytime/Twin Falls

Storytime Pottery, 10 a.m. SEPT. 17 at Hands On, 147 Shoshone St. N., for ages 2-6 and their parents; includes the story “Ace Lace Wing Bug Detective,” snack and painting project. Cost is $12. Preregister: 736-4475.

Festival/Buhl

Mimi’s Fall Festival, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. SEPT. 17 at Mimi’s Saddlehorn Events Center, 289 Clear Lakes Road. Features live music, home-brewed beer competition, bean cook-off competition and vendors. Free admission. 543-2721.

Heritage festivity/Jerome

Jerome County Historical Society’s 27th annual Live History Days, “Tracking the Past,” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SEPT. 17 at the Idaho Farm and Ranch Museum, northeast of the junction of U.S. Highway 93 and Interstate 84 (turn right at Flying J Truck Stop and follow Centennial Spur road). Opens with a flag-raising ceremony at 10 a.m. SEPT. 17, followed by activities for families: live demonstrations, wagon rides, panning for gold, pioneer games, pioneer music, tours of historical buildings, displays of agricultural exhibits, and food vendors. Admission is $5 per person. Children 12 and younger admitted free. Historicaljeromecounty.com, 324-5641 or 539-9078.

Music/Jerome

Otto Pilate, 9 p.m. SEPT. 17 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St., with a blend of blues, funk, reggae, jazz, hip hop, rock and folk music. No cover. 644-1111.

Country/Stanley

Gary and Cindy Braun, 6-8:30 p.m. SEPT. 17 at Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch, with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. Reservation required: 774-3544.

Heritage festivity/Jerome

Jerome County Historical Society’s Live History Days continues SEPT. 18 at the Idaho Farm and Ranch Museum, northeast of the junction of U.S. Highway 93 and Interstate 84 (turn right at Flying J Truck Stop and follow Centennial Spur road). A non-denominational, community church service begins at 11 a.m. at the Canyonside Church building at the farm, followed by a picnic (bring your own lunch) on the grassy area. Historicaljeromecounty.com, 324-5641 or 539-9078.

Music/Sun Valley

Colin Hay, former lead vocalist for the Australian megaband Men at Work, 7 p.m. SEPT. 18 at Sun Valley Opera House. Presented by Sun Valley Center for the Arts. Hay’s troubadour-style solo performance is a mixture of classic and new songs with hilarious and poignant stories drawn from his experiences from the past three decades. The Men at Work band was formed in 1978 and broke up in the mid-1980s, after several No.1 hits and a Grammy for Best New Artist. Hay then moved to California and launched a solo career; his newest album is “American Sunshine.” Tickets are $20 for Sun Valley Center members and $25 for nonmembers, at sunvalleycenter.org; 726-9491, ext. 10; or at the center, 191 Fifth St. E. in Ketchum (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday). Show contains adult language and material that may not be suitable for all ages or audience members.

Music/Buhl

Live music for Ladies Night, 6-9 p.m. SEPT. 19 at Mimi’s Saddlehorn Events Center, 289 Clear Lakes Road in Buhl. No cover. 543-2721.

Presentation/Ketchum

National Geographic photographer Micheal Melford with “The Wild & Scenic Rivers of America,” 6 p.m. SEPT. 20 at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. Melford, an award-winning and internationally renown landscape and wildlife photographer, takes the audience on assignment to wild and scenic rivers of America — including three Idaho rivers (Middle Fork of the Salmon and Owyhee and Bruneau rivers), plus a dozen more rivers ranging from Florida to Alaska. The event is a joint program by Idaho Rivers United and Community Library. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Music/Twin Falls

Aaron Phillips, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. 21 at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Book talk/Ketchum

Author Michael Fischman will give a talk and sign copies of his book, “Stumbling Into Infinity: An Ordinary Man In the Sphere of Enlightenment,” 6 p.m. SEPT. 21 at The Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave. The book is a narrative that blends spiritual experiences with an inner struggle and search for meaning, and the influence of breathing, meditation and yoga as a resource for personal health, spiritual growth and productive social interaction. Fischman, a New York native residing in Boca Raton, Fla., is a leader in the personal development field. He is a founding member and president of nonprofit Art of Living Foundation, and president and CEO of The APEX Course (Achieving Personal Excellence), leading programs at corporations and institutions. Free admission. 726-7355 or thecommunitylibrary.org.

Movie/Ketchum

Movies in the Square, featuring “Casablanca,” at dusk SEPT. 21 at Ketchum Town Square.

Music/Twin Falls

Pianist Del Parkinson, 7:30 p.m. SEPT. 23 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Theater. Parkinson presents a Liszt piano recital in honor of Liszt;s 200th birthday.

Country/Twin Falls

Gary and Cindy Braun, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. SEPT. 23-24 at The Log Tavern, 401 Fourth Ave. W., with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. No cover. 23-24 at The Log Tavern, 401 Fourth Ave. W., with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. No cover.

Country, rock/Twin Falls

Copperhead, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. SEPT. 23-24 at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Balanced Rock band, 9 p.m. SEPT. 23-24 at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Harvest festival/Ketchum, Sun Valley

Sun Valley Harvest Festival, a celebration of Idaho’s culinary bounty, SEPT. 23-25, featuring regional foods, wines, spirits, presentations and music. Highlights: SEPT. 23: 5-7 p.m, Harvest Festival Restaurant Walk at Ketchum Town Plaza and area participating restaurants ($25). SEPT. 24: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., presentations and demonstrations ($20 each; $100 pass for eight demonstrations), and Harvest Festival Marketplace at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge (free); 5:30-7:30 p.m., Harvest Festival Martini and Caviar Party at Sego Restaurant ($50); and 7-9 p.m., Harvest Festival dinners at area restaurants. SEPT. 25: 10 a.m. to noon, River Guide Culinary Competition (free); noon to 3 p.m., Red Sky Grand Tasting to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation of Idaho ($50); and noon to 3 p.m., Harvest Wine Cellar, all at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge. Festival passes at sunvalleyharvestfestival.com or 450-6430.

Rock/Jerome

RoughDraft, 9 p.m. SEPT. 24 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. No cover. 644-1111.

Arts festival/Hagerman

The 19th annual Thousand Springs Festival, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. SEPT. 24 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. SEPT. 25 on Ritter Island at Thousand Springs State Park. Includes music, more than 60 artisans, food and drinks. Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors (62 and older), and $3 for children 5-12, at the gate. Free for children 4 and younger. Proceeds benefit Southern Idaho Land Trust’s efforts to conserve Magic Valley’s working ranches and farms. Thousandspringsfestival.org.

Festival/Glenns Ferry

Between The Vines Harvest Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. SEPT. 25 at Carmela Winery and Golf Course, 1289 W. Madison St. Features grape-stomp competition, car show. helicopter and carriage rides, wine tasting and tours, live music, and kids games and events. Car show on the greens, all makes and models welcome, begins with registration, 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (registration fee: $15); show is participant judged with plaques and prizes for winners; and raffle prizes throughout the day. Festival cost is $10 for general admission, or $20 for special guest admission (includes Carmela wine glass, five wine tastings and raffle ticket). Children 12 and younger are admitted free. Information: Mellissa Christensen, 598-1955.

Country/Twin Falls

Gary and Cindy Braun, 5:30-8:30 p.m. SEPT. 28 at Rock Creek Restaurant, 200 Addison Ave. W. The duo blends a mixture of classic country and easy listening music with lead and harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica. No cover.

Music/Twin Falls

Cary Judd, 7-10 p.m. SEPT. 28 at Anchor Bistro and Bar, 334 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.

Movie/Ketchum

Movies in the Square, featuring “Tangled,” at dusk SEPT. 28 at Ketchum Town Square.

Astronomy/Twin Falls

Astronomy talk, 7:30 p.m. SEPT. 30 in the Rick Allen Room at Herrett Center for Arts and Science. Admission is $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students; free for children 6 and younger. Telescope viewing follows, 8:30-10:30 p.m. at the Centennial Observatory (weather permitting); admission is $1.50, or free with astronomy talk or planetarium show admission.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. SEPT. 30 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Movie/Twin Falls

Third annual Movies in the Park series, featuring “A League of Their Own,” 8 p.m. SEPT. 30 in front of the band shell at Twin Falls City Park. Presented by Twin Falls Parks and Recreation. Sisters Dottie Hinson and Kit Keller compete with each other, even over little things. Dottie is older, prettier, married and the catcher for the local softball team and Kit is pitcher on the same team, but feels she can’t measure up to Dottie. There’s a danger that professional baseball will be shut down for the duration of the war with many young men overseas, so candy manufacturer, Walter Harvey, creates a professional baseball league for women. Dottie is recruited for his new league but refuses to go unless her sister is allowed on the team. Bring blankets and popcorn. Free admission. 736-2265.

Country, rock/Twin Falls

Mixed Emotions, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. SEPT. 30 at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Black Rose, 9 p.m. SEPT. 30 at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Rock/Jerome

Royal Bliss and American Hitmen, 8:30 p.m. SEPT. 30 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. Royal Bliss’ charting singles include “Save Me” and “I Was Drunk,” both in 2008, and “We Did Nothing Wrong” (2009). Tickets are $10 in advance at Diamondz in Jerome or $15 day of event. 644-1111.

OCTOBEREVENTS

Music/Twin Falls

T. Mills hip-hop concert, 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. OCT. 1 at 360 Main Event Center, 348 Fourth Ave. S. Performances by T. Mills and two hip-hop artists. Tickets are $20 to $35 in advance at 24tix.com or $40 at the door. Event is for ages 18 and older.

Country, rock/Twin Falls

Mixed Emotions, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. OCT. 1 at Montana Steak House, 1826 Canyon Crest Drive. No cover.

Rock/Twin Falls

Black Rose, 9 p.m. OCT. 1 at the Pioneer Club, 1519 Kimberly Road. No cover.

Music/Burley

Carpe Diem String Quartet opens the 65th season of Mini-Cassia Community Concerts, 7:30 p.m. OCT. 1 at King Fine Arts Center, 2100 Parke Ave. The ensemble performs the classical string quartet repertoire, along with Gypsy, tango, folk, pop, rock and jazz-inspired music. Carpe Diem’s latest disc was selected for 2009 Grammy Awards Entry List in four categories, and recent projects include the complete recordings of the nine string quartets of Sergey Taneyev and a collaboration with Columbus Dance Theater. Season membership are $40 for adults, $20 for students and $110 for families, at 678-1798.

Rock/Jerome

Foolsbane and Dogs on the Lam, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. OCT. 1 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. No cover. Foolsbane, a progressive rock band, combines lyrical themes and complicated arrangements. The band’s second album “The King and the Thief” is a continuation and finale of “Curse of the Third Man.” Members: David Chambers, vocals, keyboards and percussion; Tracey Emery, guitars, keyboards and back-up vocals; Jason Ramsey, guitars and back-up vocals; Chris Wiersema, bass and back-up vocals; and Shane Hall, drums and back-up vocals. Dogs on the Lam, formed in 2010, covers an array of songs from modern and alternative to classic rock. No cover. 644-1111.

Circus performance/Twin Falls

Arts on Tour presents Cirque Mechanics Boom Town, 7:30 p.m. OCT. 5 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. Features world-class circus stars from Cirque du Soleil, Moscow Circus and Pickle Family Circus. The performance is a journey back in time to the 1860’s small frontier town of Rosebud, where two saloon owners hope of cashing in on the town’s gold rush frenzy. It’s a place where acrobatics and machinery meet, featuring innovative and one-of-a-kind mechanical apparatus that serve as scenery and performance prop. Performers climb up swaying telegraph poles, dance on a swinging chandelier, fly high and fast on a revolving crane, flip and jump on moving ore carts, and balance on whiskey jugs. Learn more: cirquemechanics.com. Individual tickets are $32 for adults or $24 for children, at 732-6288, CSI Fine Arts box office or at csi.edu/artsontour. Season tickets (includes all seven Arts on Tour programs) are $134 for adults, $106 for seniors or $98 for children.

Fiddling/Twin Falls

Idaho Old Time Fiddlers Association members’ acoustic string instrument jam session, 6-8 p.m. OCT. 5, followed by the monthly meeting, at Idaho Pizza Co., 1859 Kimberly Road. Open to prospective members and the public. 420-3345.

Songwriters workshop/Twin Falls

Nashville Songwriters Association International songwriters workshop, 6:30-8:30 p.m. OCT. 6 at College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Center, room 87. Open to amateur and professional songwriters and musicians; all ages and genres welcome. Workshop includes music news and events, a lesson, critiques, networking with other area artists, and optional song sharing. Refreshments provided. Monthly workshop is free to guests for first two visits and then $15 per monthly visit, or free with NSAI membership. Information: nashvillesongwriters.com.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. OCT. 7 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Gallery walk/Ketchum

Gallery Walk, hosted by Sun Valley Gallery Association, 5-8 p.m. OCT. 7, featuring exhibitions at several art galleries in Ketchum and Sun Valley. Free admission. Information and a map: svgalleries.org or 726-5512.

Festival/Ketchum

The 15th annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival, OCT. 7-9 around Ketchum and Hailey, honoring the history, heritage and cultures of sheep ranching in Wood River Valley, Idaho and the West. The celebration includes a parade with about 1,500 sheep trailing down Ketchum’s Main Street, music and dancers, storytelling, history and multicultural events, Women Writing and Living the West symposium, Sheep Folklife Fair, exhibits and demonstrations, lamb barbecue, children’s activities sheepdog and championship trials. Information: trailingofthesheep.org or Mary Austin Crofts, 720-0585 or mary@trailingofthesheep.org.

Fiddling/Twin Falls

Fiddlers Inc. holds a potluck, jam session and dancing, 11:30 a.m. OCT. 8 at Disabled American Veterans building, 459 Shoup Ave. Open for those playing a stringed instrument (guitar, fiddle or mandolin). Free admission.

Rock/Jerome

Black Rose, 9 p.m. OCT. 8 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main. The band, formed in late 2010, plays a mixture of classic rock and arena rock. No cover. 644-1111.

Cowboy poetry/Ketchum

Cowboy poet and entertainer Baxter Black performs at 7:30 p.m. OCT. 8 at nexStage Theatre, 120 S. Main St. The event, presented by Simplot Land & Livestock and Western Stockman’s Supply, is part of the Trailing of the Sheep Festival. Black of Benson, Ariz., and a former large animal veterinarian, is known nationwide through his newspaper column, National Public Radio, public appearances, television and also through his books, CDs, videos and commercial radio. Information: trailingofthesheep.org or Mary Austin Crofts, 720-0585.

Music/Twin Falls

Magic Valley Symphony “Introducing Idaho” concert, 4 p.m. OCT. 9 at College of Southern Idaho’s Fine Arts Center auditorium, with music director and conductor Theodore Hadley. Features pianist Del Parkinson performing Concerto in A minor of Grieg and a new fanfare by award-winning composer Dr. George Halsell. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $5 for students, at Kurt’s Pharmacy and CSI Fine Arts box office in Twin Falls, or at the door. Season tickets for the four-concert series are $25 per person, and “friends and family” group tickets are $90 (admits four adults or two adults with up to four children). Season tickets: Richard Cook, 734-6549. Mvsymphony.org.

Lecture/Ketchum

Novelist Jonathan Franzen will speak OCT. 9 in the Sun Valley Center for the Arts’ 2011-12 Lecture Series. Franzen’s 2001 book ìThe Corrections,î was winner of a National Book Award and finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, and one of the past decade’s best-selling novels. His latest book, “Freedom,î was published in August 2010. Ticket information is not determined yet; sunvalleycenter.org or 726-9491.

Book readings/Boise

Jonathan Franzen speaks at 7:30 p.m. OCT. 10 at Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., as part of The Cabin’s Readings and Conversations 2011-2012 series. Franzen’s most recent novel, “Freedom,” ranked No. 1 on The New York Times’ bestseller list, was selected as an Oprah’s Book Club pick and was chosen as one of the 10 Best Books of 2010 by The New York Times. Season tickets are $70 to $150 for The Cabin members and $95 to $185 for nonmembers, at 331-8000 or thecabinidaho.org.

Music/Twin Falls

Rootdown band in concert, 7 p.m. OCT. 13 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. Presented by CSI Student Program Board.

Music/Jerome

Dogs on the Lam, 8 p.m. to midnight, OCT. 13 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. The band covers an array of songs from modern and alternative to classic rock. No cover. 644-1111.

Music/Twin Falls

Twin Falls Magichords annual fall show, 7 p.m. OCT. 15 at College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors and students. Information: Lance Cox at cox.lance@gmail.com.

Music/Buhl

Live music for Ladies Night, 6-9 p.m. OCT. 17 at Mimi’s Saddlehorn Events Center, 289 Clear Lakes Road in Buhl. No cover. 543-2721.

Theater/Hailey

Company of Fools presents Burgess Clark’s “Velveteen Rabbit” at 7 p.m. OCT. 20 for a “pay what you feel” preview, 7 p.m. at Liberty Theatre, 110 N. Main St. The classic children’s story of a small boy’s adventure with his toy rabbit comes to life through actors, puppets and original music by R.L. Rowsey. Tickets are on sale one hour before the performance; no reserved seats. 578-9122. companyoffools.org.

Recital/Twin Falls

Double bass recital, featuring Brigham Young University-Idaho professor Aaron Miller, 7 p.m. OCT. 21 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Recital Hall. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Comedy/Twin Falls

Bob & Tom Comedy All-Stars Show, 7:30 p.m. OCT. 21 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. Starring April Macie, Shane Mauss, Tim Wilson and special guests Donnie Baker, Kenny Tarmac and Floyd the Trucker. Hosted by Kristi Lee. The all-stars tour, now in its sixth year, presents a rotating ensemble of headline comedians with more than 300 shows across America. Each live comedy show features several comedy headliners, and a member or two from the hilarious cast of The BOB & TOM Show. Show has mature content. Comics subject to change. Tickets are $29.50 at ticketfly.com or 1-877-4-FLY-TIX.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. OCT. 21 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Rock/Jerome

Dying Famous from Boise, 9 p.m. OCT. 21 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. A high-energy show of music favorites and original numbers, with influences ranging from classic rock and funk to obscure metal and punk bands. The band is gearing up for a tour of western U.S. No cover. 644-1111.

Theater/Hailey

Company of Fools presents Burgess Clark’s “Velveteen Rabbit” at 7 p.m. OCT. 21-22 and 27-29 and 3 p.m. OCT. 23 and 30 at Liberty Theatre, 110 N. Main St. The classic children’s story of a small boy’s adventure with his toy rabbit comes to life through actors, puppets and original music by R.L. Rowsey. Tickets are $30 for adults, $20 for seniors (62 and older) and $10 for students (18 and younger). Tickets at Liberty Theatre (9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday), 578-9122 or at the box office one hour before the show. companyoffools.org.

Jazz/Twin Falls

Jazz drummer Greg Williamson presents a master class and concert, OCT. 27 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Recital Hall. Master class at 3 p.m., followed by concert at 7:30 p.m. Features Williamson, Marcus Wolfe (saxophone), Justin Nielsen (piano) and Aaron Miller (bass). Donations suggested at the door to the CSI Jazz Club.

Music, party/Jerome

Halloween Haunting with music by One Dead Crow, OCT. 29 at Diamondz Bar and Grill, 220 W. Main St. Includes games, contests, give-a-ways and drink specials. For the themed costume contest, dress up as a character in one of One Dead Crow’s songs for a chance to win a $100 cash prize. 644-1111.

NOVEMBEREVENTS

Music/Twin Falls

Arts on Tour presents Riders in the Sky, 7:30 p.m. NOV. 3 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. The cowboy singing group has performed for more than 30 years, remaining true to the integrity of western music and branding the genre with their own legendary wacky humor and western wit. Members are Ranger Doug (Idol of American Youth), Woody Paul (King of the Cowboy Fiddlers), Too Slim (“a Righteous Tater”) and Joey (CowPolka King). They have won multiple Grammy awards, been inducted to the Grand Ole Opry and the Western Music Association Halls of Fame, hosted their own shows on TNN and CBS, and their tune “Woody’s Round-Up” was featured in Pixar’s “Toy Story 2.” Learn more: ridersinthesky.com. Individual tickets are $25 for adults or $18 for children, at 732-6288, CSI Fine Arts box office or at csi.edu/artsontour.

Songwriters workshop/Twin Falls

Nashville Songwriters Association International songwriters workshop, 6:30-8:30 p.m. NOV. 3 at College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Center, room 87. Open to amateur and professional songwriters and musicians; all ages and genres welcome. Workshop includes music news and events, a lesson, critiques, networking with other area artists, and optional song sharing. Refreshments provided. Monthly workshop is free to guests for first two visits and then $15 per monthly visit, or free with NSAI membership. Information: nashvillesongwriters.com.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. NOV. 4 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Book readings/Boise

Nicole Krauss speaks at 7:30 p.m. NOV. 8 at Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., as part of The Cabin’s Readings and Conversations 2011-2012 series. Krauss’ novel, “Great House,” was nominated for a National Book Award in 2010, and her widely-acclaimed novel, “The History of Love,” won multiple literary awards, was named No. 1 Book of the Year by Amazon.com and became an international bestseller. Season tickets are $70 to $150 for The Cabin members and $95 to $185 for nonmembers, at 331-8000 or thecabinidaho.org.

Theater/Oakley

Oakley Valley Arts Council’s production of “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m. NOV. 10-12, 14-15 and 17-18 and at 2 p.m. NOV. 19 at Howells Opera House, 160 N. Blaine Ave. Directed by Kent Evensen. The story begins with Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge’s former business partner, in chains and shackles. Marley accepts his one chance to free himself, but he must first redeem Scrooge - so begins a journey of laughter and terror, redemption and renewal. Tickets are $8 and go on sale Oct. 10 at 677-2787 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday).

Music/Burley

Mark Masri performs the second event of Mini-Cassia Community Concerts season, 7:30 p.m. NOV. 12 at King Fine Arts Center, 2100 Parke Ave. Masri is a soulful tenor with expressive lyrics and lush vocals. In concert, he is backed by lead guitar, piano and cello. Masri’s self-titled debut album received a Juno nomination for Best Gospel Record and his three subsequent albums have revealed his sophisticated songwriting, vocal superiority and linguistic proficiency. Season membership are $40 for adults, $20 for students and $110 for families, at 678-1798.

Music/Twin Falls

Arts on Tour presents accordionist Alexander Sevastian, 7:30 p.m. NOV. 18 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. Sevastian is the three-time first-prize winner of the International Accordion Competition and won Norway’s Oslofjord Accordion Competition, The Cup of the North in Russia and Anthony Galla-Rini Accordion Competition in U.S. He began his professional career in Moscow in 1996, performing with the Russian Radio Orchestra and touring as a soloist throughout Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Italy and Japan. Sevastian and his family moved to Canada in 2001, and he joined the internationally recognized Quartetto Gelato in 2002. His recent solo and orchestral engagements include recitals in Canada, the U.S., Mexico and Italy. Learn more: accordions.com/sevastian. Individual tickets are $16 for adults or $12 for children, at 732-6288, CSI Fine Arts box office or at csi.edu/artsontour.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. NOV. 18 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Recital/Twin Falls

Nyle Matsuoka and Co. with a vocal and piano recital, 7 p.m. NOV. 21 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Recital Hall.

Music/Buhl

Live music for Ladies Night, 6-9 p.m. NOV. 21 at Mimi’s Saddlehorn Events Center, 289 Clear Lakes Road in Buhl. No cover. 543-2721.

DECEMBEREVENTS

Jazz/Twin Falls

Vocalist Madeline Eastman and pianist Bill Anschell present a master class and jazz concert, DEC. 1 at the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Recital Hall. Jazz vocal master class is 4-6 p.m., followed by concert at 7:30 p.m. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI Jazz Club.

Holiday music/Twin Falls

ìMany Moods of Christmasî by Robert Shaw, featuring Magic Valley Symphony and Magic Valley Chorale, 7 p.m. DEC. 2 at College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium, with music director and symphony conductor Theodore Hadley. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $5 for students, at Kurtís Pharmacy and CSI Fine Arts box office in Twin Falls, or at the door. Mvsymphony.org.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. DEC. 2 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Chamber Choir concert, 7:30 p.m. DEC. 3 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Symphonic Band concert, 7:30 p.m. DEC. 6 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Jazz Ensemble concert, 7:30 p.m. DEC. 8 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Honors concert, 2 p.m. DEC. 10 at the CSI Fine Arts Recital Hall. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Percussion Ensemble concert, 7:30 p.m. DEC. 10 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Dancing/Twin Falls

The Eugene Ballet performs Peter Tchaikovskyís “The Nutcracker,” 7:30 p.m. DEC. 12 at College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditorium. The classic features an imaginative story line, colorful sets, dazzling costumes and magical dancing, complete with Sugar Plum Fairies, magical mice, toys that come to life and more. In addition to the cast of professional dancers, the performance features 50 area children as baby mice, angels and flowers. Tickets are $19 for adults and $13 for children, at tickets.csi.edu or 732-6288.

Music/Twin Falls

College of Southern Idaho Madrigals presents “Here We Come A-Caroling,” 7:30 p.m.DEC. 14 at the CSI Fine Arts Theater. Donations suggested at the door to the CSI music department’s scholarship fund. 732-6288.

Dance/Twin Falls

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary public dance, 8 p.m. DEC. 16 at the DAV Hall, 459 Shoup Ave. Music by the DAV Dance Band. $2 donations requested. 423-4917.

Holiday music/Twin Falls

Magic Valley Jubilee Community Concert, 7 p.m.DEC. 17 at the CSI Fine Arts Theater. 732-6288.

Music/Buhl

Live music for Ladies Night, 6-9 p.m. DEC. 19 at Mimi’s Saddlehorn Events Center, 289 Clear Lakes Road in Buhl. No cover. 543-2721.

Gallery walk/Ketchum

Gallery Walk, hosted by Sun Valley Gallery Association, 5-8 p.m. DEC. 30, featuring exhibitions at several art galleries in Ketchum and Sun Valley. Free admission. Information and a map: svgalleries.org or 726-5512.

JANUARYEVENTS

Comedy/Hailey

Company of Fools presents Chicago’s comedy theater company The Second City, 7 p.m. JAN. 12-13 at Liberty Theatre, 110 N. Main St. Features comic performers with an array of sketches, songs and improvisations. Tickets are $25 and $35, at companyoffools.org, 578-9122, or at Company of Fools’ box office at Liberty Theatre (9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday).

FEBRUARYEVENTS

Music/Burley

Deborah Henson-Conant performs the third event of Mini-Cassia Community Concerts season, 7:30 p.m. FEB. 8 at King Fine Arts Center, 2100 Parke Ave. Grammy-nominated artist Henson-Conant sings and plays a 36-string custom-built electric “harness harp” in styles ranging from blues to ballads. She has toured with the Boston Pops, starred in a PBS special, lectured at Paris Conservatory and played at Kennedy Center. Her albums range from Latin jazz to Celtic, blues, folk-pop and spoken word. Season membership are $40 for adults, $20 for students and $110 for families, at 678-1798.

Music/Twin Falls

Magic Valley Symphony concert, “Idaho Variety,” FEB. 24 at College of Southern Idaho’s Fine Arts Center auditorium, with music director and conductor Theodore Hadley. Features Twin Falls guitarist Gary Garofano and the Symphony No. 2 of Sibelius. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $5 for students, at Kurtís Pharmacy and CSI Fine Arts box office in Twin Falls, or at the door. Mvsymphony.org.

MARCH 2012 EVENTS

Lecture/Sun Valley

Garrison Keillor, best-selling author and popular radio host, will speak MARCH 5 as a part of Sun Valley Center for the Arts€ 2011-2012 lecture series. Keillor will share his anecdotes about growing up in the American Midwest, the people of Lake Wobegon and his adventures in úlate-life fatherhood.î Ticket prices and on-sale dates have not been determined. Sunvalleycenter.org or 726-9491

Music/Burley

The Indigo Ensemble performs the final event of Mini-Cassia Community Concerts season, 7:30 p.m. MARCH 9 at King Fine Arts Center, 2100 Parke Ave. The ensemble is multinational and multitalented: Rodrigo Guzman, a classical concert guitarist who can transitions to modern fare; Johannes Neupertis, a virtuoso violinist adept at everything from Schubert to swing to Sting; double bassist Peter Nelson is at home with both philharmonics and local jazz clubs; and Rafael de Torres works as a concert pianist but relaxes behind any keyboard. Season membership are $40 for adults, $20 for students and $110 for families, at 678-1798.

Book readings/Boise

Elizabeth Strout speaks at 7:30 p.m. MARCH 14 at Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., as part of The Cabin’s Readings and Conversations 2011-2012 series. Strout won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for fiction with her short story collection, “Olive Kitteridge,” and her first novel was a finalist for PEN/Faulkner Award and the Orange Prize in the U.K. Season tickets are $70 to $150 for The Cabin members and $95 to $185 for nonmembers, at 331-8000 or thecabinidaho.org.

APRIL 2012 EVENTS

Book readings/Boise

Scott Simon, author, journalist and host of NPR’s “Weekend Edition,” speaks at 7:30 p.m. APRIL 17 at Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., as part of The Cabin’s Readings and Conversations 2011-2012 series. Simon has received dozens of awards for his work, including a Peabody Award for his weekly essays. His recent book, “Baby, We Were Meant for Each Other,” is a memoir about his experience with adoption. Season tickets are $70 to $150 for The Cabin members and $95 to $185 for nonmembers, at 331-8000 or thecabinidaho.org.

JULY 2012 EVENTS

Air show/Twin Falls

“Air Magic Valley” air show, featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, JULY 28-29 at Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport. Flight performances by the Blue Angels  C-130, aerobatic maneuvers of the four-jet Diamond Formation with maneuvers of its two solo pilots, and precision flying with maneuvers in the six-jet Delta Formation. Information: Phil Hafer, 420-8719, or Magic Valley Regional Airport, 733-5215.

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