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MAApplicationsThe Medical Assisting Program Application Deadline is Approaching
Applications for the Medical Assisting program will be accepted through August 1, 2019. 

Kara Mahannah
Associate Professor, Medial Assisting
kmahannah@csi.edu | 208.732.6728


EmmaJeskeCongratulations to Emma Jeske of Gooding for Receiving the Robert E. Dickinson Scholarship

The CSI Foundation would like to congratulate Emma Jeske of Gooding Idaho on being a recipient of the Robert E. Dickinson Agricultural Scholarship. Emma is a 1st generation student and has been a part of FFA activities and leadership as well as worked an internship with UI Extension. Her goal is to transfer to Utah State University to become a soil conservationist. Emma says "I am so grateful for the opportunity this scholarship provides me to give back to my community and set an example to my siblings. It means a lot to me that there are people willing to support my goals of pursuing a college education!"


Congratulations Emma! The CSI Foundation wishes you the best of luck throughout your academic career!

Kristen Adamson
CSI Foundation Administrative Assistant
kadamson@csi.edu | 208.732.6395


SkillsUSACongratulations to the CSI Students Who Competed at SkillsUSA

Congratulations to the following CSI Trade & Industry students who competed at SkillsUSA at the state level in Boise:

Autobody:
Lillian Reed - Placed 5th Refinishing
Amy Dallas - Placed 5th Collision Repair
Jaime Trevino - Placed 6th Collision Repair
Luke Buck - Placed 7th Refinishing

Automotive Service Technology:
Paul Martin - 1st place
David Andrade
Josh Duckworth (Job Skill Demonstration)

Cabinetmaking:
Andrew Miller - 1st place
Bryan Martinez - 2nd place
Vincent Owen - 3rd place

Diesel Technology:
Quincy Henscheid
Ty Hoskovec
Zachary Randall

Heavy Equipment Ag Technology:
Terrence Crislip
Brian Rios
Skylar Carr

Individual Welding High School (CSI Student):
Danny Salas

Individual Welding:
Eddie Blanch
Emanuel Moreno
Kalib Taylor

Welding Art Sculpture:
Harold McAtee

Welding Fabrication Team:
Chandler Steen - 1st
Steven Sweatfield - 1st
Wiatt Williamson - 1st

Congratulations to the following CSI Trade & Industry students who qualified for and competed at SkillsUSA at the national level in Louisville, Kentucky:

Automotive Service Technology:
Paul Martin 

Cabinetmaking:
Andrew Miller

Welding Fabrication Team: (16th)
Chandler Steen
Steven Sweatfield
Wiatt Williamson

Great recognition of achievement goes to Paul Martin who received 5th place in the nation in Automotive Service Technology!

Congratulations to all who competed!

Kory Lloyd
Trade & Industry Department Chair
klloyd@csi.edu | 208.732.6811


WorkforcePrintCatalogCSI Workforce Development & Training Printed Catalog

CSI Workforce Development & Training just released their very first printed catalog. They are excited for this new development in their department. 

Click here to check it out! 

Amanda Worthington
Workforce Training Specialist
aeworthington@csi.edu | 208.732.6310


offcampuscentersCSI Off-Campus Center Names
At the College of Southern Idaho, we know that "one size does not fit all" when it comes to delivering college courses, short term training, and community education and enrichment classes. The four CSI off-campus centers, located in Burley, Gooding, Hailey, and Jerome, provide the primary means of educational outreach for students who reside in the outlying communities that comprise our eight-county service area in South-Central Idaho. In an effort to lessen confusion about where these centers are located or what they are called, please refer to them by their official titles, which are:

CSI Jerome Center
CSI Gooding Center
CSI Blaine County Center
CSI Mini-Cassia Center

CSI off-campus education centers truly offer a "one stop" education support experience for students, regardless of life experience or educational background. Students at the off-campus education centers can access support for advising and registration, financial aid, academic records, bookstore services, and support services. CSI's off-campus centers offer a wide array of coursework delivered through traditional face-to-face instruction, over CSI's microwave system, or via the Internet. We invite you to stop by at any of our off-campus education centers and find out what we can do to expand your personal and professional horizons.

Click here to learn more about CSI's Off-Campus Centers.

Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Officer
klapray@csi.edu | 208.732.6299


LibraryHoursSummer Hours for the CSI Library

Ansina Durham
Public Services Manager
adurham@csi.edu | 208.732.6502
MiniCassiaTestingCenterCSI Mini-Cassia Testing Center Closure

The Mini-Cassia Testing Center in Burley will be closed July 29 - August 2, 2019, for carpet replacement. The testing center will reopen August 5, 2019. We will be giving the Aleks Math Placement Exam ONLY from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 29 and 30, in room A25 (last test starting at 2:30 p.m.)

Jeff Gourley
Testing Center Coordinator
jgourley@csi.edu | 208.732.6569
CampusTestingCenterCSI Main Campus Testing Center Closure

The CSI Campus Testing Center will be closed August 1 & 2 (Thursday & Friday) for replacement of Testing Center lighting. The Testing Center will reopen on Monday, August 5, 2019, with Fall Semester hours (listed below):

CSI Campus Testing Center Fall 2019 Hours (beginning August 5, 2019)

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 8 p.m. (last test given at 7 p.m.)

Saturday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. (last test given at 12 p.m.)

Jeff Gourley
Testing Center Coordinator
jgourley@csi.edu | 208.732.6569
EffectiveTeacherWorkshopEffective Teacher Workshop


John Hughes
Instructional Dean
jhughes@csi.edu | 208.732.6549
HistorybyhorsepowerCSI Employees are Invited to History By Horsepower


Ansina Durham
Public Services Manager
adurham@csi.edu | 208.732.6502
CPRAEDCPR/AED and/or First Aid Training is Friday Aug 16

Date: Friday, August 16, 2019

Location: HSHS, Room TBA

Times:  
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. CPR & AED  
1:30 - 4 p.m. - 1st Aid 


Training and certification for both topics will be covered during the times listed above. Register online for either or both morning and afternoon. Please let me know if you are registered but CAN NOT make this training.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208.732.6269
jeromecenterclassesFall 2019 Class Schedule for the CSI Jerome Center


Cesar Perez
CSI Jerome and Gooding Centers Director
cperez@csi.edu | 208.732.6465

employeeworkshoppPERSI - Employee Workshop
We will be hosting the PERSI - Ready, Set, Go workshops on August 28, in the Taylor Building, Room 277. The workshops are three separate sessions focused on different stages of your career and retirement timeline.

Ready Session - 9 to 10 a.m.
Set Session - 10 to 11 a.m.
Go Session - 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Please call me if you have any questions.

Pam O'Dell
Benefits Coordinator
podell@csi.edu | 208.732.6206


trioeocsummerCome to TRIO EOC This Summer for Assistance With Your Documents


Jean Nsabumuremyi
EOC Director
TRIO Access and Opportunity Programs
nsabjean@isu.edu | 208.732.6261


DropInClassesDrop-In Fitness Classes at the Student Rec. Center

The CSI Rec. Center has a bunch of summer drop-in fitness classes. Try Mat Pilates, POUND, PiYo, Bootcamp, Spinning, Flow Yoga, Strong, and more! 

John Twiss
Student Recreation Center Director
jtwiss@csi.edu | 208.732.6470


ORCOutdoor Recreation Summer Activities

Mountain Bike Mondays
Every Monday at 6:30 p.m. 
Join us mountain biking each week at Auger Falls or Indian Springs! We'll provide instruction, gear, or just people to ride with! Email jtwiss@csi.edu by 12 p.m. on Monday to reserve gear. Space is limited.  CSI Students taking 7+ credits are FREE, CSI Faculty/Staff and Community members are $5 (or FREE if you bring your own bike). 

Early Morning Bike Rides
Every Wednesday at 6 a.m. 
Join the ORC crew for an early morning ride from campus to the beautiful Canyon Rim Trail! We'll alternate weeks between path riding and mountain biking! All levels of riders welcome! All gear is provided. Email jtwiss@csi.edu by 12 p.m. on Tuesdays to register. Bikes are limited unless you bring your own! These events are free to CSI Faculty, Staff, and Students. Community Members are $5.  

Christa Gessaman
Outdoor Recreation Center Coordinator
cgessaman@csi.edu | 208.732.6697


RaspberriesPick Veggies and Raspberries at the CSI Breckenridge Farm

Naysa Shepherd
Student Service Specialist
nshepherd@csi.edu | 208.732.6400 

HerrettThis Week at the Herrett Center for Arts and Science
Herrett Center for Arts and Science        
College of Southern Idaho
Museum, Planetarium, Observatory
Year round hours.
 
*Closed Sundays, Mondays, and federal holidays.
Tuesdays
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
Wednesdays
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Thursdays
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fridays
9:30 am to 9:00 pm
Saturdays
1:00 pm to 9:00 pm
*Live Sky Tour
**Weather Permitting

For "Now Showing" at the Faulkner Planetarium  click here
For special events at the Herrett Center  click here
For astronomy events in the Centennial Observatory  click here.

The CSI Planetarium is offering two weekly shows in Spanish!
  • Dinosauios al Atardecer: los origenes del vuelo
    • Showing Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
    • Lucy and her father love all things about flight and Lucy also loves dinosaurs. Through a twist of fate, Lucy and her father find themselves far back in time, the time of the dinosaurs. Together, as they race through time they discover how flight arose in dinosaurs.
  • Beyond The Sun: En busca de una nueva Tierra
    • Showing Saturdays at 4:30 p.m.
    • Come learn about exoplanets, planets that orbit other stars. Celeste is a curious young girl. She is especially curious about planets, like Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter, but she does not know about exoplanets. Leave it to her new friend, Luna, to enlighten her and the audience to the existence of exoplanets.Discover for yourself how astronomers discover exoplanets, when in fact, they cannot be seen. 
The presenters for these shows are fluent in Spanish and the Center is also working on securing the Spanish soundtracks for four more shows and possibly an additional two after that.

Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium
rgreenawald@csi.edu | 208.732.6659


ExploreHerrettExplore: Herrett Summer Workshops for Kids
Teri Fattig
Herrett Center Director
tfattig@csi.edu | 208.732.6501 

FineArtsTour Arts on Tour Season Tickets Go On Sale August 1
Arts on Tour, the premiere performing artist series in southern Idaho, announces their 2019-2020 season lineup, which includes The Greatest Love of All, A Tribute to Whitney Houston, Skerryvore, Arcis Saxophone Quartet, National Dance Company of Siberia, Carlene Carter, We Shall Overcome - A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Yamoto- The Drummers of Japan. You can learn more about the series and watch or listen to the artists at www.csi.edu/artsontour.

Full season subscriptions for the series will go on sale August 1. Full season subscriptions offer a direct cash savings of 20% over buying tickets for individual events and other subscriber benefits, including priority premium seating and performance night discounts at Elevation 486. Subscription prices, which include tickets for all seven Arts on Tour programs, are $163 for adults, $66 for children high school and under, or $138 for seniors. Tickets or a season brochure can be obtained by calling 732-6288. Tickets can also be purchased at the CSI Fine Arts Box Office or online at tickets.csi.edu.

Mini Subscriptions, featuring your choice of four to six of the seven performances to create your own season at a savings of 15%, will go on sale August 8, and tickets for individual performances will go on sale August 12.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288 

EV3RoboticsBasic EV3 Robotics Camp for Ages 9-14

The College of Southern Idaho is still taking registrations for students ages 9-14 for CSI's Basic EV3 Robotics Camp.  Design, build, and program a LEGO EV3 robot that will crush the competition in a fun, end-of-camp contest. This Beginner EV3 Robotics camp is open to all boys and girls interested in applying science, technology, engineering, and math while learning real-world problem solving skills and gracious professionalism from the valley's own award-winning 5026 Tesla Coils FTC Robotics Team. 

Space is limited to the first 32 registrations. This camp will be held from 12:30 - 4 p.m., August 7-9, in CSI Fine Arts 164. The cost is $105 per registration.  

Students can register or learn more about this and other classes here, by going to the CSI Community Education Center, or by calling 208-732-6442. Class size is limited so early registration is suggested.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288


golffffffffffCSI Veterans Association 2nd Annual Back to School Golf Scramble


Brian O'Rorke
Veterans Advocacy Coordinator
bororke@csi.edu | 208.732.6244

CommEd2019Community Education Summer Classes and Camps

College 4 Kids - Summer Youth Camps

ADVANCED EV3 ROBOTICS CAMP
Ages: 9 - 14
Dates: August 14- 16
Times: 12:30 - 4 p.m.
Fee: $155
Location: CSI Fine Arts 164
*Requirement for participation in Advanced EV3 Robotics Camp is completion of the Basic EV3 Robotics Camp in 2018 or 2019.

ADVANCED LITTLE ROBOTITIONS ROBOTICS CAMP
Ages: 6 - 8
Dates: August 15 - 16
Times: 9 - 11 a.m.
Fee: $70
Location: CSI Fine Arts 164
*Requirement for participation in the Advanced Little Robotitions Camp is completion of the Basic Little Robotitions Camp in 2018 or 2019.

Click here for more information or to register for any of the above camps or classes. 

Camille Barigar 
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288
GeospatialGeospatial Technology Basic Technical Certificate at the CSI Jerome Center

Cesar Perez
CSI Gooding and Jerome Centers Director
cperez@csi.edu | 208.732.6465

WeldingBasicTechnicalWelding Basic Technical Certificate at the CSI Jerome and Mini-Cassia Centers
EarlyChildhoodCertificateEarly Childhood Basic Technical Certificate at the CSI Gooding Center

Cesar Perez
CSI Gooding and Jerome Centers Director
cperez@csi.edu | 208.732.6465

Arts101Arts 110: Book Arts

Angela Batchelor
Assistant Professor, Art
abatchelor@csi.edu | 208.732.6754

PhotoClassSummer & Fall Photo Classes

Ben Lustig
Associate Professor, Photography
blustig@csi.edu | 208.732.6756

BookClubCSI Faculty, Staff, and Student Book Club August Discussion

Ebony Yarger
Administrative Assistant II
eyarger@csi.edu | 208.732.6250

AthleticsUpcoming CSI Athletic Fundraisers
Save the date for our two biggest fundraisers of the year that benefit all CSI Student Athletes! CSI athletes not only are provided an opportunity to reach their dreams, but they also benefit the Magic Valley through community service and providing entertainment by showcasing their unique athletic ability to our whole community. #WeAreGold

Lori Rogers Fly Like an Eagle Golf Tournament
Click here to register online.  


CSI Fall Fest Auction and Dinner
Call 208-732-6486 to purchase tickets ($250 for a table of 8 or $35 per individual plate)



Contact me at jhowell@csi.edu or 208-244-4386 for hole sponsorship information as well as donating to our Fall Fest live and silent auction. Every thing you do makes an impact! Thank you and #JoinTheRush

Jacob Howell
Assistant Athletic Director
jhowell@csi.edu | 208.732.6482

CareerTechnicalEducationCareer Technical Education; a Top Priority for Idaho

For Immediate Release
July 23, 2019

Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)
Career Technical Education; a Top Priority for Idaho

By Debbie Critchfield, President, Idaho State Board of Education

I recently attended a national education conference focusing on how public schools can prepare students to enter the workforce, succeed and help meet demand for skilled workers. Sitting next to me was State Senator Dean Mortimer, chairman of Idaho's Senate Education Committee. The senator turned to me and asked for a quick verbal report on the "return on investment" of $66 million the state spent last year on career technical education (CTE) and how are we serving more students?

His question triggered a good discussion. We talked about how the Board is partnering with Governor Little's Workforce Development Council and Idaho industry to create more access to technical programs. We discussed how we are bringing industry folks into the classroom, creating internships, apprenticeships, and more flexibility for prior learning experience in the military and the workforce to count as earned credit at our colleges and universities. To be clear, we've made good progress in recent years making it easier for students to transfer credit, increasing the number of CTE instructors in high school and college programs and creating pathways connecting students to high demand careers.

Statewide data shows that students who take CTE classes in high school "go on" to college at a higher rate - over 60 percent - and many enter CTE-related professions including health care, technology and trade fields.

Senator Mortimer and I also talked about areas that need improvement and we know that despite progress made, there is still a significant demand for a skilled workforce in Idaho. As such, Board priorities for CTE include improving access, creating more capacity for more students and better career placement after graduation. These priorities align with the Governor's overall goal to train and retain a highly trained workforce and encourage former Idahoans to return to our state to live, thrive and contribute. It also aligns with the State Board of Education's goal that 60-percent of Idahoans aged 25-34 will have a have a professional certificate or college degree.

A Board working group is forming to study the current state of CTE, national and international best practices, and make recommendations to strengthen CTE instruction in Idaho. The work group will conclude its work and provide a report by November 1, 2019. Board Members Dr. David Hill and Dr. Linda Clark will lead this effort.

National reports show us that enrollment in technical and other post-secondary programs are directly tied to employment outcomes. If clear pathways for jobs are evident, participation increases. North Carolina has employed a clever play on words, to appeal to its citizens calling it "My Hire Education." Thinking about continued education in these terms invites more scrutiny for delivery, access and alignment, which all can be improved.

"It is important to remember that the State's 60 percent goal is for some form of post-secondary qualification, not just a degree," Dr. Hill said. "CTE programs offer a critical component of the educational opportunities available to Idaho students that prepare them for the workforce of the future."

Senator Mortimer isn't the only one asking questions about the commitment to provide more, and think differently about, workforce training. The State Board of Education is focused on continuous improvement by preparing recommendations for legislative consideration, ultimately aiming to benefit our people, our workforce, our employers and our future.

RabidBatHealth District Urges Residents to take Precautions after Rabid Bat was Discovered in Downtown Twin Falls

July 23, 2019

PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate Release

Contact: Brianna Bodily, SCPHD Public Information Officer (208) 737-5985

Health District Urges Residents to take Precautions 
after Rabid Bat was Discovered in Downtown Twin Falls

TWIN FALLS COUNTY- A bat, caught in downtown Twin Falls, tested positive today for rabies. The South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) urges residents to be extra careful and avoid all contact with bats because rabies can cause a fatal viral illness in both people and their pets.

This is the first bat this year to test positive for rabies in south central Idaho. One person, bitten by the bat, is currently undergoing preventative treatment.

"If you handled a bat in the downtown Twin Falls area in the last week, it is important that you contact your primary care provider immediately," said Tanis Maxwell, SCPHD Epidemiology Program Manager. "Bat bites are extremely small and hard to see, so if there is any chance you were bitten it's important to contact your health care provider right away and, if able, bring the dead bat to the Health District for testing."

If you catch a bat and need it tested, please call (208) 737-5904 or (208) 737-5971 to speak with a Health District epidemiologist. SCPHD urges residents to only attempt bat captures if they can do it safely and avoid direct contact with the bat at all times.

While most bats are harmless and do not carry rabies, they are the only animal in Idaho to naturally carry the virus. Most animals, including household pets, can become exposed to the virus by playing with sick bats that can no longer fly.

"If you don't catch rabies before symptoms begin it is almost always fatal," Maxwell said, "It is crucial you keep yourself and your animals away from any infected bats."

To protect yourself from rabies:
  • Do not touch a bat with your bare hands. Be very suspicious of any bat active during daylight hours.
  • If a bat attacks you seek medical attention immediately, save the bat in a container without touching it, and contact your district health department to arrange for rabies testing. 
  • Always vaccinate your pets, including horses. Pets may encounter bats outdoors or in the home. 
  • Bat-proof your home or cabin by plugging all holes in the siding and maintain tight-fitting screens on windows. Bats can enter through holes the size of a quarter. Typically bat-proofing is best after most bats have migrated away in the fall.
HarmfulAlgalBloomHealth Advisory Issued for Mormon Reservoir Because of a Harmful Algal Bloom

July 25, 2019

PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate Release

Contact: Sara Kaster, DEQ Water Quality Analyst (208) 736-2190
Brianna Bodily, SCPHD Public Information Officer (208) 737-5985

Health Advisory Issued for Mormon Reservoir
Because of a Harmful Algal Bloom

CAMAS COUNTY - The South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) are issuing a public health advisory today for Mormon Reservoir. Results from recent DEQ water testing show the concentration of microcystins (a type of toxin produced by cyanobacteria) in the reservoir are now at unhealthy levels because of a current cyanobacteria harmful algal bloom (HAB). This is the second health advisory issued for a reservoir in south-central Idaho. The first was issued on July 8th for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir, and is ongoing.

The public is advised to take the following steps to protect their health in both reservoirs:
  • Avoid exposure to water in reservoirs under a HAB health advisory. Make sure children, pets, and livestock are not exposed to the water.
  • Do not drink water with a HAB advisory. Boiling and disinfecting DO NOT remove toxins from water.
  • Do not allow pets to eat dried algae
  • If fishing in HAB water, remove all fat, skin, and organs before cooking. Toxins are more likely to collect in those tissues. Wash hands after handling. 
"These toxins aren't safe for humans or animals," said Craig Paul, SCPHD Environmental Health Division Director. "Eye, ear, and skin irritations are most common in people who touch the water but it can be much more serious for animals."

HABs are not unusual in warm summer months and typically shrink quickly as the water temperature drops in mid to late fall. SCPHD will issue another press release when DEQ tests show Mormon Reservoir and Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir are at safe cyanotoxin levels again.

"You can help by reporting suspicious looking water to DEQ by phone, email, or with the bloomWatch app," said Brian Reese, DEQ Water Quality Standards Analyst.

More information is available at https://www.deq.idaho.gov/water-quality/surface-water/recreation-health-advisories/cyanobacteria-harmful-algal-blooms/

For updates, please visit www.deq.idaho.gov or www.phd5.idaho.gov.
WestNileWest Nile Virus Found in Another South-Central Idaho County

July 26, 2019

PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate Release

Contact: Brian Simper, Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District Manager, (208) 733-2338
Brianna Bodily, Public Information Officer, (208) 329-2898

West Nile Virus Found in Another South-Central Idaho County. Health Officials Urge Residents to Protect Against Mosquito Bites.

GOODING COUNTY- Twin Falls County Pest Abatement District (TFCPAD) has collected at least one mosquito carrying West Nile virus in a trap along the Snake River in Gooding County. This comes after traps found virus-carrying mosquitos in Twin Falls County earlier this summer. South Central Public Health District (SCPHD) joins TFCPAD in warning residents, throughout the region, to act now to avoid catching the disease.

"Thankfully we haven't received any confirmed human cases of West Nile in our region this summer, but this is about the time of year we tend to start getting calls from the local medical providers reporting cases," said Logan Hudson, SCPHD Nurse Program Manager.

Residents can protect against mosquito bites by:
  • Using insect repellent with an EPA-registered active ingredient like DEET, especially at dawn and dusk when mosquitos carrying the virus are most active.
  • Wearing loose-fitting clothes with long sleeves and pants. 
  • Installing screens on all windows and doors. 
  • Checking for, and draining, any standing water around your home every three to six days. This includes clogged rain gutters, pools, bird baths, old tires and other outside water features.
Typical symptoms of the virus include fever, headache, body aches, joint pains, vomiting, diarrhea, and rash. People over 50 years old, with serious medical conditions, are at greater risk for serious illness from the virus. More severe infections may involve the central nervous system.

More information is available on the SCPHD website: https://www.phd5.idaho.gov/pests-mold-and-bedbugs/#Mosquito_Abatement
CityPoolTwin Falls City Pool Summer Fun!
The Twin Falls City Pool has more than open swim and swim lessons for our community to enjoy this summer. Check out what we have to offer below:

THE TOWER!!!
Are you ready for something that is off the wall CRAZY and FUN? Then the TOWER is for you!! It features a slide, rope climbing, and a cliff all in one! Come see if you have what it takes to master THE TOWER!!!
  • Summer Schedule (June 4 - August 9): 
    • Tues, Thurs & Fridays from 1:30-4:30 pm 
    • The Tower will not be in on July 4, 16, 18 & 19.
    • Weather permitting
  • Prices: 
    • Pass Holder: FREE
    • Community: Daily Admission Fee
SPLASH N FLICK
  • Movie Schedule
    • JAWS
      • Saturday, August 3 at 9:15 p.m.
  • Doors open 45 minutes before the start of the movie. All movies have subtitles so everyone can enjoy them.
  • Prices: 
    • Pass Holder: FREE
    • Community Daily Admission Fee
For more information on these programs or to register for the youth water polo camp, please visit our website.

MunicipalBandTwin Falls Municipal Band Concerts 
Twin Falls Municipal Band starts their 114th consecutive season of concerts at the Twin Falls City Park Bandshell.
 
Due to popular demand, concerts will start at 7:30 p.m. this summer.
 
Director Elizabeth Thomsen, music teacher at Canyon Ridge High School and Robert Stuart Middle School, has planned ten concerts for the Band. Each concert has a theme and features an hour's worth of music. 
 
The season theme is "Across the USA." Here is a theme list and dates for upcoming concerts:
  • Aug 1 - Opposite Night
  • Aug 6 (at MV Art Center) - Best of Summer
  • Aug 8 - Best of Summer
Municipal Band concerts will happen every Thursday until August 8. A special Fourth of July Concert will be given in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium.
 
For further information contact:

Ted Hadley 
Publicity, Twin Falls Municipal Band
thadley@cableone.net | 208.600.3052 

Elizabeth Thomsen
Director, Twin Falls Municipal Band
eabmusic21@gmail.com | 208.410.9899 

FUNdraiserStanton Summer FUNdraiser

Corrine Benavides
Receptionist, Stanton Healthcare Magic Valley


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