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Boise River Boogie, BREN -

Support the Boise River with us on September 15, 2019 at the Boise River Boogie! This is a family-friendly paddle/run duathlon benefiting the Boise River Enhancement Network. 

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Classes, Kayak, Raft, safety -

Idaho River Sports is excited to offer H2O Idaho's course on the basics of whitewater safety and more. This is an ACA Level 4 Swift Water Rescue Course that will cover the essentials of accident prevention and management, hazard recognition, self-rescue, boat-based rescue, whitewater swimming and basic rope techniques. We will also learn more advanced skills including advanced rope rescue techniques, unpinning and extrication, entrapment rescues and the use of swift water rescue vests. The two day course includes a dry land class at Idaho River Sports on May 5, 2019 and a day spent on the Salmon River at Riggins,...

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Small Business Saturday, West End -

We're excited to announce the Boise River Small Business Saturday event on November 24, 2018 from Noon - 6:00pm. This year's event is a true neighborhood event on both sides of the Boise River in the West End / River Park neighborhoods. So we're calling it... Boise River Small Business Saturday!!

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When: Sat, September 8, 9am – 6pm Where: Idaho River Sports 601 N Whitewater Park Blvd, Boise, ID 83702, USA (map)Announcing our One Day Demo & Rental Sale! All demo and rental rafts, kayaks, stand up paddleboards, paddles, PFDs, accessories and much more will be up for grabs. Gates open at 9am sharp and there will be no pre-sales. Demo and rental merchandise sales are final.Pricing Range (subject to change w/o notice) We will have a couple of kayaks for $50 but most will be in the $300 - $400 range. Rental rafts include models like the NRS E150 which sells regularly...

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Boise River, BREN, community -

Citizens concerned with the future of the lower Boise River came together in 2011 to protect the river from the pressures of a rapidly growing population. They created the Boise River Enhancement Network to: Connect landowners, irrigators, recreational users and agencies Teach people about river health Catalyze on-the-ground action Provide technical expertise Create opportunities for concerned citizens to work together for the future of the lower Boise River. A Creek is Reborn - Fundraising FocusFunds raised during Idaho Gives will be used to daylight Cottonwood Creek in the City of Boise's Julia Davis Park. The creek now runs through a...

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