Idaho Falls

September/October 2013

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Start Clicking, The Clock's Ticking 2014 East Idaho Community Photo Contest still open for entries Fall colors are at their peak, so what better time to set your sights on the photo of a lifetime? The East Idaho Community Photo Contest deadline is fast approaching. Are you up for the challenge? Don't dwell on it for too long; the submission deadline for the magazine's 5th annual contest is set for Oct. 15, 2013. Presented by Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center & Perfect Light Camera & Supply, the contest will have the five main categories from previous years including: • Portraits (staged photos and/or candids that feature a person or people in East Idaho) • Nature & Wildlife (Shots that depict the great outdoors in eastern Idaho) • Sports & Leisure (Any type of action shot or activity--even a rather passive one like hanging out at Tautphaus Zoo, Ross Park, Mack's Inn, etc.) • Events (Anything that captures or celebrates area events like the area's Fourth of July parades, Harvest Fest, Rush Triathalon, Old Town Pavilion concerts, etc) • Open (Any image that doesn't fit in another category) If you have any questions about the contest or suggestions for the other categories, give us a call at 542-2254. 2014 East Idaho Community Photo Contest Send entries to: photocontest@ • Open to amateur photographers throughout East Idaho. • $2,000+ Cash awards and plaques for top entries in up to 10 divisions. • Special merchandise awards up to $1,200 for grand prize • $1,000+ added values in gift certificates. Calendar September/October 2013 SEPTEMBER 19-22 SEPTEMBER 23 Annual Parade of Homes Gordon Lightfoot Tour some of the area's most beautiful homes. The Eastern Idaho Home Builders Association presents their annual Parade of Homes in the Greater Idaho Falls area. TIME: Thursday-Saturday LOCATION: Idaho Falls Area CONTACT: 552-7032; Gordon Lightfoot. Canadian singer/songwriter. 50 Years on the Carefree Highway Tour TIME: 8 p.m. LOCATION: Colonial Theater CONTACT: 522-0471; SEPTEMBER 20 Steve Eaton & Friends Emmy-nominated Steve Eaton will perform on piano, guitar and vocals. He will be joined by Phil Garonzik on flute and tenor sax. Steve Eaton, Kevin Young, Liatt Potter and Larry Foster will be together again for a one night performance of jazz. TIME: 7:30 p.m. COST: $35 non-members; $30 members LOCATION: Carr Gallery, 450 A St. CONTACT: 522-0471 SEPTEMBER 24 Idaho Falls Magazine Golf Scramble Tee it Up! 11th Annual Idaho Falls Magazine Golf Scramble Four-person team (complete teams only) Entry includes green fees, golf cart, prize drawings, dinner and awards banquet. This tournament is limited to the first 144 golfers. Proper dress attire required. Each team must have a combined USGA handicap total exceeding 45.0. TIME: 10 a.m. Shotgun COST: $240 per team LOCATION: Idaho Falls Country Club CONTACT: 523-5762 registration & details; 542-2230 sponsorship SEPTEMBER 20-OCTOBER 31 The Rexburg Straw Maze The Rexburg Straw Maze, the most challenging Haunted Biggest Funnest Scariest Straw Maze. Crawl through sharp corners towering walls and hidden tunnels. Make this the best Halloween at The Rexburg Maze. TIME: Monday-Thursday 5-10 p.m.; Friday 5 p.m.midnight; Saturday 3 p.m.-midnight LOCATION: 1300 W 7800 S Rexburg CONTACT: 801-769-6293; SEPTEMBER 21 85th Annual Shelley Spud Day From tug-o-war pits of mashed taters to spud relays and potato sack races, this unique event in Shelley honors the almighty tuber and its importance to the economy and culture of Southeast Idaho. The event also includes games, booths and concessions. LOCATION: Dawn Lloyd Park, Shelley CONTACT: September 26 Ricky Nelson Remembered A multi-media entertainment event featuring the live music of Ricky Nelson's hit songs performed by Ricky's twin sons, Matthew and Gunnar. TME: 7:30 p.m. COST: $25 LOCATION: Blackfoot Performing Arts Center, 870 S. Fisher, Blackfoot CONTACT: 317-5508; SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 31 Haunted Mill of Teton SEPTEMBER 21 Walk M.S. Funds support cutting edge research, drive change through advocacy, facilitate professional educations and provide programs and services to help people with MS move their lives forward. LOCATION: Snake River Landing CONTACT: 523-3794; SEPTEMBER 22 Jackson Hole Marathon Whether you are looking for a great day of exercise and fun with friends, looking to test yourself against a competitive field, or maybe just to run an race in the great State of Wyoming, this promises to be an event you won't want to miss. LOCATION: Jackson Hole WY CONTACT: 307-733-3316; www. 22  Idaho Falls Magazine  September/October 2013 7:30 p.m.-midnight Fridays & Saturdays; 7:30-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and Halloween night LOCATION: 2400 East, Teton CONTACT: 458-4256; SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 19 Moonlight and Magnolias "Frankly, my dear, this is one funny play…a riproaring farce…[with] witty, pointed dialogue and hilarious situations…" —NY Daily News. Written By Ron Hutchinson TIME: 6:30 dinner; 7:30 p.m. show ThursdaySaturday LOCATION: Phoenix Theater, 257 W. Broadway CONTACT: 522-8450; SEPTEMBER 28 Knights of Columbus Oktoberfest This family friendly event includes German food, bands, dancing, games, raffles and a Biergarten. Youth admitted free. Authentic German Oktoberfest celebration. TIME: 4-10 p.m. LOCATION: Christ the King Parish Hall, 17th St. & Woodruff CONTACT: 208-313-9382

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