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Found 4 blog entries for July 2017.

 

 

When looking for something to do in the Treasure Valley, people sometimes overlook the city of Nampa to go to Boise or Meridian. However, there are a lot of things to do in Nampa. From museums to roller rinks and more, there is plenty to do in this Canyon County city. There are also hidden restaurant gems as well. If you are looking for some fun things to do in Nampa, or maybe a great spot to eat, check out this list of great hot spots in Nampa, Idaho:

Nampa Rollerdrome

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned skater, you are sure to have fun either roller blading or roller skating at the Nampa Rollerdrome. You can either rent skates for $2 or bring your own, and admission is extremely affordable at only $8 a session on weekends and $5 on…

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In the last few years, the number of real estate agents in the Treasure Valley has multiplied, becoming not only a popular choice for a career but a very lucrative one as well. Not to mention, being a real estate agent means you get to be your own boss, you get to set your hours, and you aren’t restricted to any particular amount of pay each year. However, with every 10 people that become real estate agents, it seems that 7 of them quit within a few years or even months. Why do you suppose that is? It is different for everyone, but most of the time it comes down to a business management problem. You see, a lot of people who become real estate agents are drawn in by all the great perks like we mentioned before, but they don’t see the reality of what…

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Idaho is a beautiful state filled with fun, adventure, nature, sports, music, culture, and so much more. You can enjoy the beautiful capital city’s culture of music and art while enjoying food and drinks from one of many locally owned shops. Possibly consider skiing the slopes of the very first ski resort of its kind in Sun Valley. Whatever it is you like to do, you’re sure to find a good outlet in Idaho.

Idaho’s seasons are well rounded, and many people live in Idaho for its even seasons and great weather. It isn’t unbearable for most in the summers, and it isn’t too cold in the winters for many people either. Spring time is lovely and fall is filled with crisp leaves and autumn breezes. However, Idaho is a state that is divided into its own…

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Idaho is a state thriving with street markets. The Treasure Valley, in particular, is jam-packed with these amazing public markets to visit in cities all around the Boise area, including Eagle, Caldwell, Boise, and Meridian. However, just because there are tons of local markets to visit in the Treasure Valley doesn’t mean there isn't plenty to be found across the rest of Idaho as well. Throughout the entire Gem State, there are great markets to visit and local artists, farmers, and other community members to support through buying goods at these great bazaars. Choosing to eat local and support local Farmers’ markets not only gives you the best quality of produce and other types of foods possible, but it also gives the community more money and…

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