We are excited for the new offerings available for this Winter / Spring edition of the activity guide! See what's new for age groups this season.
See What's New in the Winter / Spring Activity Guide
Zoo Boise Homeschool Day
Engage in STEM learning together as you self-direct through multiple educational stations located throughout the zoo. Open to K through 1st grade students (page 6) on April 2.
We’re offering modern dance for youngsters age three to five-years-old! Sessions in winter and spring will teach your young movers spacial awareness, body movement and help them develop a joyous relationship with music. Learn more on page 9 of the Activity Guide.
This class, listed on page 17 of the Activity Guide, provides 3rd grade through adult dancers with lessons on technique, improvisation and choreography.
Explore the various skate parks in the Treasure Valley in this camp held March 23-27. Open to all skill levels! Details on pages 19 and 20 of the Activity Guide.
Parkour is getting from point A to point B as quickly and efficiently as possible using just your body and environment. Each class will cover how to land, roll, and fall safely as well as move quickly in your own style. Classes are held at Myth Parkour, 2902 S Featherly Way in Boise. Sessions will be held in winter and spring – check out page 21 of the Activity Guide.
We have several new STEM class offerings in 2019 and 2020. Learn coding and participate in exciting challenges with friends. Read about all our new STEM offerings for youth on page 22.
Nature Stewards Club
Love being outside? Join our after-school hiking club and explore the Boise area while developing leadership skills. Open to ages 11-16 and offered through the Whitney and Morley Nelson Community Centers. Details on page 27 of the guide.
Explore the various skate parks in the Treasure Valley and hone your skills in this camp held March 23-27. Open to all skill levels! Check out page 29 of the guide for more on this exciting new teen camp.
Learn more about Boise’s ecosystem through new outdoor programming for adults. Our Wildflower Walks in March and April will introduce you to a series of public trails and the best diversity of native flowers found throughout the Boise Front. Details on page 35 of the Activity Guide.
Explore new areas of the Boise Foothills and hone your hiking style. These guided hikes are free, but registration is required. Learn more on page 43 of the Activity Guide.
Enjoy the outdoors in this beginner level class taking place at the Foothills Learning Center throughout the spring (weather dependent). More information and dates listed on page 44.
These activities are designed for individuals with disabilities. However, everyone is welcome. Learn more about this program on pages 56-62 of the Activity Guide.
Dine & Decorate
Get creative with AdVenture! We will go out to dinner and then create a seasonally themed arts and crafts project. Class listing on page 60 includes holiday class options from January through April.
Idaho History Museum & Lunch Tour
Explore the history of Idaho on this one-day tour on April 3. Cost is $32 per participant and includes a trip to the museum and lunch.
Ready to reserve a spot in one of our exciting camps, classes or activities? Residents can register online, over the phone or in person starting on Monday, Dec. 9. You can register online or call (208) 608-7680 and speak with someone directly. You can also register in person at Fort Boise Community Center. Please be sure to have the activity number(s) ready for the classes you want to sign up for.
Non residents can begin registering on Wednesday, December 11.