Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2024. Formed during eight major eruptions over thousands of years, this unique landscape of lava flows and cinder cones resembles the moon’s surface, which made it the perfect training ground for NASA’s Apollo 14 mission. Anniversary events will be held May through September, and will include a focus on the park’s cultural Native American history, wildlife, research, geology and the night sky.
For an authentic rodeo experience, come celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Caldwell Night Rodeo with a full week of events, August 10-18, 2024. This professional rodeo features 600-plus contestants and seven thrilling nightly events held under the arena lights.
Idaho is home to the largest concentration of Basques per capita in the U.S. When it comes to celebrating their unique heritage and culture, the Basques know how to throw a party. Jaialdi, the six-day festival held every five years in Boise, returns in 2025 with authentic Basque food, music, games, performances and more.
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