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3 EVENTS TO CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY IN BOISE

February 10th, 2017

Whether you have a significant other or not, there’s plenty of fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Boise!

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Spend a Night at the Zoo
Zoo Boise
Saturday, February 11 from 4pm to 7pm

“Woo at the Zoo” is the chance to learn how animals woo one another. This event is open to both singles and couples that are 18 years old and over. You’ll learn how animals date and mate as this unique event. Have kids? They can attend “I Love the Zoo” while their parents are part of the adults-only event. The kiddos will have a pizza dinner and fun activities, including an animal encounter!

“Woo at the Zoo” is $40 for FoZB passholders and City of Boise residents, and $45 for nonresidents. “I Love the Zoo” is $15 for FoZB passholders and City of Boise residents, and $20 for nonresidents. Click here for more information.

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Support a Good Cause
Knitting Factory
Saturday, February 11 at 8pm

It’ll be a blast from the past at the Speakeasy Boise – A Dapper Flapper Night for a Cause event. The night will be filled with jazz from Green Zoo, gambling, and moonshine, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Family Advocate. Pull out your best flapper or gangster costume, you’ll want to look the part! Attendees will enjoy dancing, appetizers, and dessert at this event that is only for those 21 and over. Your $55 ticket will give you access to the password to enter- just like a real speakeasy! Click here for more information and to buy tickets.

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Enjoy a Great Flick
Egyptian Theatre
Tuesday, February 14 at 7pm

There’s nothing like a classic rom-com to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Thanks to Boise Classic Movies, you can watch “When Harry Met Sally” on the big screen! Enjoy the classic comedic timing of Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan as they figure out if they can just be friends (hint: they can’t). Rob Reiner directed this movie, and you know him from such classics as “Princess Bride.” What are you waiting for? Tickets are only $9! Click here for more information.

However you decide to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Boise, we are sure that your sweetheart will appreciate just spending time with you!

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