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Join together with the Boise community June 5th and June 6th to celebrate all the good things in life with Music on the Water at Esther Simplot Park. Make-A-Wish Idaho is hosting their annual Walk For Wishes Friday, June 5th, to celebrate wishes already made reality. Go Out Local’s Boise Women’s Classic will be held the morning of Saturday, June 6th. Music on the Water is a weekend of live music, tasty food, fun vendors, and plenty for the kids to do, all free to the public.
Walk For Wishes is an event meant to honor wishes already granted, but is also aimed at making future wishes come true. When you register for the Walk, you are helping grant a wish to help a child with critical illness. Want to get involved and register early? Go! here. Otherwise, registration starts at 5:30 pm on June 5th at Esther Simplot Park. The walk itself starts at 6:00 pm.
The Boise Women’s Classic powered by Go Out Local is a fun run featuring 5k and 10k courses. To show your support of Treasure Valley women by running in the Boise Women’s Classic, Go! here. The fun begins bright and early June 6th at 8:00 am.
Alongside the Women’s Classic on Saturday morning, Yoga on the Water and a special boot camp workout class are set to go on. You just might find your new favorite routine or find connections with some of Boise’s best fitness clubs.
Vendors, food trucks and an extensive kid zone will be spread throughout Esther Simplot Park’s 55 acres. A special thanks to Idaho Central Credit Union for their sponsorship of the kid’s area of Music on the Water.
Go! be a part of your community this summer and celebrate Music on the Water at Esther Simplot Park in Boise, June 5th & 6th.
Music on the Water 2020
Walk For Wishes 2020
Boise Women’s Classic
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