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FoundationDrew Weaver of Nampa Receives Robert E. Dickinson Agricultural Scholarship
The CSI Foundation would like to congratulate Drew Weaver of Nampa Idaho on being a recipient of the Robert E. Dickinson Agricultural Scholarship. Drew will be attending CSI starting fall semester of 2019. Drew says " I am so thankful to be receiving my scholarship which will help me pursue my dream in agricultural education." 

Congratulations Drew, 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 
 
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NationalTimeOutDayCSI Students Celebrate National Time Out Day

CSI Surgical First Assist students celebrate National Time Out Day with Portneuf Medical Center.  #NationalTimeOutDay

Janet Milligan
Professor, Surgical
jmilligan@csi.edu | 208.732.6706
Catalogs2019-2020 Catalogs Are Available Online and In the Bookstore
The 2019-2020 Catalogs have arrived and are available through the CSI Bookstore. We have perfect bound and spiral bound options available.

Perfect bound catalogs cost $7 each and spiral bound catalogs cost $10. If you would like for us to send your catalogs through the interoffice mail, please provide us with the following information:

Type (perfect or spiral)
Quantity
Department to Charge
Location to Send

Click here to view the new catalog online.

Jayme Ketterling
Bookstore Manager
jketterling@csi.edu | 208.732.6552
TechTalkUpcoming TechTalks 
Please see the following details for upcoming TechTalks:
  • 6/27/2019: Delve 
    • What is it and how can it benefit you and others 
  • 7/11/2019: Forms, Surveys, Polls
    • How to create and use 
  • 7/25/2019: Cyber Security 
    • Staying safe while using the internet 

Please note that these sessions are subject to change, check the schedule before you attend. Updates will be posted in eNotes and you can follow the General channel in Teams to get a notification.


All TechTalks will take place from 3 - 4 p.m. in Canyon 119. 

If you have have a topic that you think we might be able to assist with, please leave us a comment on the TechTalk Team by  clicking here

Tony Wilson
Software Analyst
twilson@csi.edu | 208.732.6246
P20You Can Still Register for the P20 Educators Conference
The P20 Educators Conference seeks to gather educators from Southern Idaho to explore ways to innovate teaching and expand learning opportunities for students and instructors. 

Early bird registration ends June 20, 2019, but you can sill register by  clicking here.


Jon Lord
Associate Dean of Early College
jlord@csi.edu | 208.732.6280
FinAidOpenLateFinancial Aid Office Extended Hours 

The Financial Aid Office in Eagle Central of the Taylor Building will be open extended hours to provide students with the opportunity to drop off any Financial Aid Documents that have been requested and answer any questions students may have. Have them c ome in during SOAR!! 

CSI Financial Aid 
Taylor Building, Main Campus Twin Falls 
csifinancialaid@csi.edu 208.732.6274 

LibraryHoursSummer Hours for the CSI Library

Ansina Durham
Public Services Manager
adurham@csi.edu | 208.732.6502
TestingHoursSummer Testing Hours


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


John Hughes
Instructional Dean
jhughes@csi.edu | 208.732.6549
SafetyJune is National Safety Month
National Safety Month is a good time to make yourself aware of the location of 1st Aid kits and AEDs in your building. Thanks to Dale in the Safety Department we have maps of the AEDs and now know where those First Aid kits are for you. Where we are short, the Wellbeing Program is filling in. Once each building has a kit available, we will ask the departments to keep them furnished with necessary supplies. Find AED's on our building map guide and First Aid kits in the locations below: 
  • ATIC Front Desk
  • Canyon Law Enforcement
  • Eagle Hall Front Desk
  • Evergreen Main Office and AO3
  • HEP BSU/ISU Offices
  • Herrett Front Desk
  • TAB Welcome Desk and HR/SDS Offices 2nd Floor
  • And coming soon to HEP, Canyon Mail Room, Shields Main Office, Bookstore & Desert Bldg
Stop the Bleed kits are also in place, or soon to be and with training on their use to follow. Watch for messages about that.

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208.732.6269

WellnessBooksNew Wellness Books in CSI Library
I Miss You When I Blink : Essays by Mary Laura Philpott
Amazon says: "Mary Laura Philpott is relentlessly funny, self-effacing and charming as she tells the story of living as a triple-A-plus perfectionist. Everything in her life is done on time and exactly right, until, of course, it all starts to fall apart. In her willingness to tell her own story, she taps into a universal truth for so many women: We plan to do it all until we find we can't do anything anymore."

The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose by Oprah Winfrey
Amazon says: " Everyone has a purpose. And, according to Oprah Winfrey, "Your real job in life is to figure out as soon as possible what that is, who you are meant to be, and begin to honor your calling in the best way possible." With introduction and quotes by Oprah, but this book is largely the wisdom of others.

Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less by Michael Hyatt
Amazon says: " Many professionals work as much as 70 hours a week, leaving little time for rest, exercise, family, and friends. Work is invading their personal life.
The common understanding of productivity has failed these professionals. Most think productivity is just about getting more done at a faster speed. But it's not."

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed by Lori Gottlieb
Amazon says: "Giving the reader a behind-the-scenes peek from both sides of the couch, it's a witty, relatable, moving homage to therapy-and just being human. While therapists are required to see a counselor themselves as part of their training, Gottlieb enlists an experienced ear when an unexpected breakup lays her flat. Working through her issues with the enigmatic "Wendell" helps Gottlieb process her pain, but it also hones her professional skills; after all, a good therapist possesses the ability to empathize with their patients (four of whom she chronicles in funny, frustrating, heartbreaking and profoundly inspiring detail). Like Gottlieb, you will see yourselves in them--in all their self-sabotaging, misunderstood, unlucky, and evolutionary glory.

The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World by Melinda Gates
Amazon quotes: "In her book, Melinda tells the stories of the inspiring people she's met through her work all over the world, digs into the data, and powerfully illustrates issues that need our attention-from child marriage to gender inequity in the workplace." - President Barack Obama

The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love, and Happiness by Bradley Nelson
Amazon quotes: "I believe that the discoveries in this book can change our understanding of how we store emotional experiences and in so doing, change our lives. The Emotion Code has already changed many lives around the world, and it is my hope that millions more will be led to use this simple tool to heal themselves and their loved ones."-Tony Robbins

Judy Heatwole, MTD
Wellbeing & Development Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu | 208.732.6269

DropInClassesDrop-In Fitness Classes at the Student Rec. Center

The CSI Rec. Center has a bunch of summer drop-in fitness classes. Try Pilates, POUND, PiYo, Bootcamp, Spinning, 6pac, REFIT, Yoga, and more! 

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


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.

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


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.  

SUP & YOGA 
June 22 from 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. 
Grab your friends and spend the morning paddling and doing yoga on a SUP! All gear, guiding, and transportation is provided.  No experience necessary - just get ready to get wet! CSI Students are $5, CSI Faculty/Staff are $16, and Community Members are $26. Space is limited and there are no refunds. Call 732-6697 to register.

Geology Paddle 
M id- June (Date TBD) at 5:45 p.m.
Join Geology Professor, Shawn Willsey, at Centennial Park as he explains the fascinating geological formation of the Snake River Canyon while leisurely paddling on the river! No experience necessary. Gear, guiding, and instruction are all provided.  CSI Students  are $10, CSI Faculty and Staff are $25, and Community Members are $30. Call 732-6697 to register. 

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


CommEd2019Community Education Summer Classes and Camps

INTRO TO WELDING & METAL ART
Dates: July 12 - August 16
Days: Wednesdays OR Fridays
Time: 6 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Desert 105
Instructor: Jenn Crowdson
Fee: $110

FINALLY HOMEBUYERS EDUCATION
Dates: June 25 - 27
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Taylor 276
Instructor: General Staff
Fee:  FREE for the month of June

College 4 Kids - Summer Youth Camps

CSI THEATER CAMP 
Ages: 10 - 18 
Location: CSI Fine Arts Center 
Date: June 24 - 28
Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fee: $215 or $240 after June 7





LOG CABIN LITERARY CAMP
Ages: Kids going into grades 4-6
Location: Shields, RM 105
Date: June 24-28
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Fee:  $177 




CSI JUNIOR THEATER CAMP
Ages: 6 - 9
Dates: July 15-17, 2019
Times: 1 - 5 p.m.
Fee: $65
Location: CSI Fine Arts Center





SCIENCE CAMP
Ages: Grades K-7
Dates: July 22 - 26
Times: 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $80
Location: CSI Hepworth and Shields Building



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

SportsPerformanceSports Performance Training for Young Athletes

Travis Bunker
Assistant Professor, Wellness
tbunker@csi.edu | 208.732.6478
StrengthTrainingResistance and Strength Training for Young Athletes

Travis Bunker
Assistant Professor, Wellness
tbunker@csi.edu | 208.732.6478
JrTheaterCampCSI Junior Theater Camp
The College of Southern Idaho still has a limited number of spots available for CSI Junior Theater Camp which takes place July 15 - 17 from 1 - 5 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Center. Camp tuition is $65.

This three-day afternoon camp, a companion to the regular CSI Theatre Camp, is designed to introduce younger students (ages 6 through 9) to the world of theatre. No experience required! Campers will learn about concepts of drama through games and storytelling. They will learn the basics of what goes into a play -who does what, stage direction, how to express your emotions through performing, stage voice basics, and movement.

Camp Director Julie Nordstrom has loved theatre since she was 6 years old. She studied Theatre at the College of Southern Idaho and Boise State University. She is a certified teacher in Elementary Education and Drama and currently teaching drama to Kindergarten through 12th grade students in Shoshone. In addition to directing three productions a year for her school, she has directed community theatre projects for her own theatre company, Junction City Theatre in Shoshone and acted in last year's production of Anne Frank with Random Acts of Theatre. She is a passionate advocate for providing young people opportunities to find their voice through art education.

Students can obtain registration forms and more information at the CSI Fine Arts Center, by going online to www.csi.edu/theatrecamp.

Camille Barigar
Director of Community Enrichment
cbarigar@csi.edu | 208.732.6288
DanceCampApply Now for the CSI/IDAA Summer Dance Camp

The CSI Fine Arts Center is taking registrations for the annual CSI/Idaho Dance Arts Alliance Summer Dance Camp Intensive for intermediate and advanced students who want a fun and challenging dance experience with LA-caliber instructors. Tuition is $95 for the junior day camp, $300 for the one-week intensive, or $430 for the ten-day intensive. Room and board packages are also available. The camp is held in late July on the CSI campus in Twin Falls.

The workshop provides intensive training to students ages 12 and up who have had a minimum of two consecutive years of dance. Students choose their schedule and take five to seven hours of class per day in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, hip hop and modern techniques, plus musical theatre, world dance, choreography, pilates, silks, ballet band, and more. The camp features an impressive guest faculty of professional dancers and dance instructors from all over the country who bring a wealth of talent and knowledge to assure each student achieves their highest potential. At the end of the day, all the hard work is offset with fun and exciting downtime activities such as game night, movies, a canyon excursion, swimming parties, a fashion show, an ice cream social, a pizza and autograph party, barbecues, a carnival, a pampering night, and an end of camp recital for family and friends. Well-chaperoned dormitory housing and meals are available.

There is also a junior camp designed to introduce younger students ages 9 through 11 to the concept of an intensive workshop taught by the regular camp faculty in a wide-range of classes over the weekend.  

Students have a choice between the one-week and ten-day intensives. The one-week intensive place July 21 - 26. The ten-day workshop takes place July 21 - 31. Junior camp, available for students aged 9 through 11 regardless of dance experience, runs July 27. There are a small number of need-based scholarships available.

Students can obtain a registration form and more information at the CSI Fine Arts Center, by going online to www.csi.edu/dancecamp , or by calling 732-6288.

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

ScienceCampCSI Community Education Summer Science Camp

The College of Southern Idaho is still taking registrations for students going into grades K - 7 for CSI Summer Science Camp 2019: Young Explorers. CSI Science Camp takes places July 22 - 26 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the CSI Shields and Hepworth buildings. Cost of the camp is $80. Students can register here or by calling 732-6442. 

Are you a young Einstein? Like to design like Leonardo Da Vinci? Curious like Marie Curie? Come explore with us and you may dive the ocean deep, do arctic activities, or shoot for the moon and beyond! Our exploration knows no bounds as we journey to parts unknown. Join us for CSI Science Camp 2019 - Young Explorers - where CSI instructors and area science teachers lead students in hands-on science activities covering a variety of subjects guaranteed to excite their imaginations, spark their creativity, and teach them about all things science.

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


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

GoverningPublicEducationGoverning Idaho's Public Education System


For Immediate Release
June 11, 2019

Contact: Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)

Governing Idaho's Public Education System

By Debbie Critchfield, President, Idaho State Board of Education

Five years ago, I was appointed to serve on the Idaho State Board of Education. I applied for the position because I care deeply about public education in Idaho. I've learned a lot during my time as a Board Member and want to share with you some insights about our system and how it operates.

The State Board of Education was created in the Idaho Constitution and charged with the "general supervision of the state educational institutions and public school system... ." Those "educational institutions" are our public colleges and universities and the public school system is comprised of 115 local school districts and more than 50 charter schools that serve over 300,000 students throughout our state. Yes, overseeing that system is a huge responsibility covering everything from kindergarten through graduate degrees. Idaho is one of only two states (Rhode Island is the other) that has one board overseeing all public education within its borders.

The State Board consists of eight members; seven are volunteers appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Idaho Senate for five-year terms. The eighth member is the State Superintendent of Public Instruction - a statewide elected position. In addition to serving on the Board, State Superintendent Sherri Ybarra leads the State Department of Education, which supports our public elementary, and secondary (K-12) schools. The Department is not separate from the Board; it operates as the Board's executive agency for K-12 education. The Superintendent position was also established in the State Constitution, and Superintendent Ybarra votes on all Board matters including those involving our higher education institutions.

The Department has a staff of about 140 people who work closely with local school districts, superintendents and other administrators and teachers to implement policies and state-level standards in areas such as instructional standards and graduation requirements. The Department also distributes state and federal education funds to the districts, coordinates various statewide initiatives and programs and manages teacher certification. Matters involving district personnel and education-related materials are decided at the local level by locally elected school district trustees and administrators who are also in charge of day-to-day operations and classroom instruction.

The State Board's focus is on statewide policy, working with the Legislature and the Governor on development and implementation. A staff of just over 35 provide professional support to the Board, manage state scholarships and other programs, conduct research for decision makers, work with higher education institutions on everything from new degree programs to tuition and fee requests and help implement various student success initiatives. The staff work with elected officials, education stakeholder groups and other interested parties on a vast range of policy matters. The staff conduct policy analysis and prepare agenda materials for Board meetings, which often run 1,500 pages or more for each meeting. Each Board Member has honed his or her critical thinking skills, which are essential in order to absorb and make decisions based on this much material.

The State Board also serves as the Board of Regents for the University of Idaho and as the Board of Trustees for Idaho State University, Boise State University, Lewis-Clark State College, and the State Board for Career Technical Education. Idaho's four community colleges are each governed by their own separate board of trustees and are a growing part of our higher education system, that also operate in accordance with certain Board governing policies. The Board also oversees the Idaho Public Broadcasting System, the Division of Career Technical Education and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Finally, the Public Charter School Commission also falls under Board governance.

We manage this responsibility through a system of standing committees. These committees are the workhorses of the Board where proposals and policy issues are discussed, vetted and refined before they are considered by the full Board. When the Board meets next week in Coeur d'Alene, we will review this structure and discuss if adjustments are needed to best support Board discussions and decision making.

The Board's Governing Policies provide the governing framework, which enables the Board to effectively oversee the entire public education system. I agree with former Board President Dr. Linda Clark who noted in an earlier column that "Idaho's consolidated governance model is the envy of many other states because it provides us with the ability to set policy, which impacts the entire education pipeline without having to navigate multiple layers of decisions-makers."

As Board President, I intend to reach out this next year and work with Idaho's elected officials, education stakeholders, parents, students and others. Idaho is doing many things well. Together, we can build on progress made and find ways to continue to improve our overall public education system. After all, our students are counting on us. 

If you have a question or an observation about public education in Idaho, send me an email at board@osbe.idaho.gov.

PathwaystoCareersPartnering to Build Pathways to Careers 

For Immediate Release
June 18, 2019

Contact:  Mike Keckler
208-332-1591 (office)
208-866-5734 (cell)

Partnering to Build Pathways to Careers

By Debbie Critchfield, President, Idaho State Board of Education

As the spouse of a fourth generation Idaho farmer, I know that finding a meaningful occupation is essential to well-being and happiness. Our state is growing fast, providing many opportunities in various career fields. The Idaho State Board of Education is partnering with Governor Brad Little's Workforce Development Council to create smoother career pathways through education.

It starts by encouraging Idahoans to continually strive for new knowledge and skills. "We need to generate a large body of life-long learners," said Trent Clark, Chairman of the Workforce Development Council. "Life-long learners are looking beyond tomorrow and continually preparing themselves for the next opportunity no matter where they are in their career."

"Employers want even their entry-level employees to have aspirations," said Jeff McCray, Council Member and Plant Manager at McCain Foods in Burley. "Employers aren't interested in employees who aren't on a career pathway." Employees with future plans tend to be more reliable and work harder and better, mastering duties and making a difference before moving up within the company or moving on to employment elsewhere.

Launching a career pathway starts by helping a student match their aptitudes and interests with a career and course study. In late July, the State Board will launch Idaho Career Information, a new program replacing the Career Information System. Idaho Career Information will be a dynamic online tool enabling students and adults to explore opportunities and start planning their career pathway. Idaho Career Information will be available on the Next Steps Idaho website, meaning students can use it in the classroom or at home with their parents. "Like the old system, Idaho Career Information will start with a personal skills assessment and interest exploration. It will then show students and adults how to take those skills and interests and apply them to related occupations," Program Coordinator Inessa Palnikov said.

In response to the Governor's Workforce Development Task Force recommendations to implement a single platform for career exploration and post secondary planning the Board and the Workforce Development Council are developing ways to expand the reach and the audience of the Next Steps Idaho website. Last year, we teamed up to create a social media campaign to raise awareness about Idaho's Adult Opportunity Scholarship intended to help working adults return to college or to a career technical program in order to earn a degree or a professional certificate. This scholarship is a tremendous resource available to both part-time and full-time adult students, who are working to improve their skills and job prospects, which is really what life-long learning is all about.

The Council and the Board are also exploring ways to grant college-level credit for various kinds of experience learned in the work place. This could include skills and experience gained while serving in the military, or through apprenticeships.

These are a few priorities where the State Board of Education and the Workforce Development Council are collaboratively focusing efforts. We will keep you posted as we work to connect current and future workers to state resources and worthwhile career pathways that benefit our citizens, our employers and our state.

IOEMPresident Trump Signs Disaster Declaration for Idaho








NEWS RELEASE
Idaho Office of Emergency Management
For immediate release June 13, 2019
Contact: Elizabeth Duncan
(208) 866-5969 eduncan@imd.idaho.gov

President Trump Signs Disaster Declaration For Idaho
Declaration will provide some federal assistance for repairs to
public infrastructure damaged by spring flooding

BOISE - President Donald J. Trump signed a Presidential Disaster Declaration for five Idaho Counties, and the Nez Perce Tribe, for areas affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides from April 7 to April 13, 2019. The Presidential Disaster Declaration makes federal funding available to State, tribal, and eligible local governments, as well as certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged by the severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides.

"The devastation caused by the late spring flooding in these areas was heartbreaking," Governor Brad Little said. "We are grateful President Trump recognized the breadth and scope of the damage, and that he will make federal funds available to begin repair work."

Adams, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, and Valley counties, and the Nez Perce Tribe are included in the Presidential Declaration.

IOEM Director Brad Richy said "These counties have been hit hard the last few years with repeated flood disasters. IOEM looks forward to continuing to working with FEMA and the local jurisdictions to help them get back on the road to recovery from these events."
"This money will be critical in helping to assist with infrastructure repairs," said Jerry Zumalt, Idaho County Disaster Management Coordinator. "The damage caused by the flooding, and mudslides cannot be overstated - it affects everything from school bus safety, to families getting to work, to commercial traffic that relies on these roadways. We are appreciative of Governor Little and the Idaho Office of Emergency Management for their efforts to secure this federal aid."

The Idaho Office of Emergency Management is a Division of the Idaho Military Division. The services we provide are to facilitate emergency management in Idaho, and to assist neighboring states. The women and men of this Division are dedicated to their mission of protecting the lives and property of the people of Idaho, as well as preserving the environmental and the economic health of Idaho.


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:

Youth Water Polo Camp
With the help of the High School Water Polo Coach John Sfingi, we are excited to offer water polo for kids 7-14 years of age! W ater Polo is a team sport that uses the pool and adds elements of basketball, soccer and swimming. The camp will focus on teaching skills, rules, and strategies so that kids will learn how to play water polo. Have your kids experience this exciting sport where they will improve their swimming ability and build friendships through teamwork in a positive and fun environment!

Clinics:
  • Intro to Water Polo introduces kids' ages 7-10 to the basic fundamentals & skills of water polo such as passing/catching, eggbeater kick and shooting. The clinic is conducted in the shallow water. *Kids should be able to swim freestyle the width of the pool (20 yards).
  • Learning to Play Water Polo focuses on developing the basic skills of water polo such as ball handling, eggbeater kick, shooting, etc. Kids will also learn basic offenses/defense formations as well as water polo rules. *To participate in this clinic kids must be able to swim 50 yards of freestyle and tread water for 3 minutes without stopping. This clinic is designed for kids 11-14 years.
  • Sessions: Fridays from June 28 - August 2 (No Class 7/19)
    • Intro to Water Polo: 9:30-10:45 am
    • Learning to Play Water Polo: 11-12:15 pm
  •  Prices:
    • Pass Holders: $25
    • Community: $35
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 1:30-4:30pm 
    • 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
    • Hotel Transylvania 3
      • Saturday, June 29 at 9:45 p.m.
    • THE MEG 
      • Saturday, July 6 at 9:45 p.m.
    • MOANA
      • Saturday, July 13 at 9:30 p.m.
    • HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
      • Saturday, July 27 at 9:15 p.m.
    • 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:
  • June 20 - Everybody Dance Now
  • June 27 - How's the Weather?
  • July 4 (AT CSI) - Independence Day 2019
  • July 11 - Summertime Magic
  • July 18 - Childhood Favorites
  • July 25 - Holidays (Not just Christmas!)
  • 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 

NewsiesDisney Newsies The Broadway Musical

Newsies at the Roper Auditorium
June 19-22 at 7 p.m.  and June 22 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for kids (12 and under) and can be purchased from any cast member, at Kurt's Pharmacy, or at the door.

Cheri Aiello
kcaiello@mac.com | 208.420.5294

JazzandWineHelp Support Local Music Education By Attending Jazz and Wine


Scott Farkas
Visual and Performing Arts Department Chair
sfarkas@csi.edu | 208.732.6763
ComicsandCoffeeComics and Coffee - June

CJ Rasmusson  
Circulation Supervisor 
crasmusson@twinfallspubliclibrary.org  


KeithFarnsworthThe Art of Keith Farnsworth

ArtintheParkKids Art in the Park

 


KIDS ART IN THE PARK!

July 27, 2019

9 am (sharp) to 11:30 am
Twin Falls City Park

Presented by the  Magic Valley Arts Council

Kids Art in the Park, a part of  Arts in the  Park, allows kids ages 3 -14 years to attend workshops in the visual and performing arts.

Kids Art in the Park exposes kids to a wide variety of various art forms.  Workshops are planned and instructed by artists and teachers with an emphasis on exploring the educational aspects of the arts. 

All aspects of the arts are included; visual and performing arts. Pre-school aged children enjoy workshops developed especially for their age and motor skill development. 


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