Tiny House Tour Benefits Boise High Musicians

Dated: 10/09/2015

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Tiny House Tour in North End Boise supports Boise High Orchestra and Choir

There are two things that we really love here at Thinking Boise Real Estate: houses and education.

That's why we're excited about the Tiny House Tour that is being held this Saturday, October 10, from 11am to 4pm, to support Boise High Orchestra and Choir. The Boise High Orchestra is traveling to Seattle to perform, while the choir will be making a trip to New York City, NY, in April 2016 for a performance at Carnegie Hall. “For most of them, this will be their first visit to (New York City) and we would like them to see some of the iconic cultural landmarks available with such a unique opportunity," choir director David Burton says in a press release.

If you have an interest in architecture or homes (and we're assuming you do, because you're reading this blog), then you've heard about the Tiny House movement that is overtaking the US. Even HGTV has caught on to the trend, and now has multiple TV shows that focus on homes that are less than 1,000 square feet. You may not be ready to sell all your belongings and squeeze into a house the size of the first floor of your current home, but you can appreciate the ingenuity that goes into creating a home in such a small space. And all while supporting the Boise High Orchestra and Choir!

The third annual Tiny House Tour starts at Goody's (1502 N 13th Street). You can purchase tickets at Goody's on the day of the event, or reserve tickets by emailing [email protected] Ticket prices are: Adults $20, students age 12 or younger $10, and families (2 adults and 2 kids) $50. Enjoy the two hour tour by walking or biking. Participants can pick up a booklet with information and a map at Goody's.

If you're unable to enjoy the tour this year, you can make a donation to the Boise High Orchestra and Choir trips at boiseschoolsfoundation.com. And if you want to live in a tiny home, then Thinking Boise Real Estate can make it happen!

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