Dated: 10/03/2014

Views: 174

Well, Halloween is just around the corner and so is the annual Frightened Felons event at the Old Idaho Penitentiary. Yeah, yeah, we know Halloween is on a Friday this year and you’re taking the kids trick-or-treating. No worries: The kidless can head to the Old Pen on Friday and you can get a sitter for November 1st.Whatever day you can attend, don’t miss out. You’ll want to tour the site and spend time in the haunted cell. After, you can join in dancing to Thriller and drinking beer from Crooked Fence. There will be games and food trucks, so gather up a group of friends and kick off the holiday season right.East-enders get easy access (just grab a bike!) to great events like this and summer concerts at the Botanical Garden, so call us and let us help you join the community. We know the perfect house!
- See more at: http://www.thinkingboise.com/blog/old-idaho-penitentiary/#sthash.E3ycsAlr.dpuf
Blog author image

Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

Latest Blog Posts

The Best Places To Visit Around The World

Every year Condé Nast Traveler – an acclaimed media publication group specialized in travel guides, news, tips and reviews – collects thousands of readers’ votes for their favorite cities

Read More

Thinking About Slowing Down For A More Meaningful And Enjoyable Way Of Living

Have you ever sat down and done absolutely nothing? No TV, no food, no reading, no smartphone. Nothing at all. Just you. Alone. Without distracting companions. Unlike what you may think, this

Read More

Half K Fun Run For Paddy Day Benefiting The Food Bank In Boise

Have you ever considered running a ‘micro’ marathon? It’s quick, it’s fun and it’s so satisfying to say that you ran a ‘marathon’ (they don’t need to know it’s 1/3 of a mile, do

Read More

James Castle House Honors Idaho Artist

A slice of Boise history has been preserved at the James Castle House in the Collister neighborhood.James Castle was an American artist born in Garden City. He also resided in Star, before settling

Read More