Get ready for Idaho Day, March 4, 2017!
The Idaho Statehouse will be celebrating Idaho Day on Friday, March 3, 2017.
We are celebrating "Idaho the Beautiful."
For both 2015 and 2016 there were great community programs across the state celebrating Idaho Day. For 2017, communities will have another opportunity to come together to celebrate Idaho on March 4th. Check out the Connect, Discover, and Educate pages for social media, travel, and education ideas to get you started.
Join us Friday, March 3rd, at the Idaho Statehouse as we observe Idaho Day:
The Statehouse public program will be hosted by David Langhorst, Director of Idaho State Parks & Recreation.
- Time: Noon - 1:00 pm
- Place: Idaho Statehouse, 2nd floor Rotunda with displays on the 1st floor Rotunda
- Idaho Day Proclomation reading: Brandon D. Woolf, Idaho State Controller
- Keynote Speaker: Wade M. Vagias, Ph.D., Superintendent of Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve
- Performances: Longfellow Elementary, Boise Rock School, and Boise Highlanders
IDPTV will stream the program which can be accessed here on their website under NOTICES.
The pin for 2017 features Idaho's state flower.
The Syringa was adopted by the Legislature in 1931.
It's easy to participate and show your love of Idaho on Idaho Day!
Print the State Flag and place it in a visible spot like your window or car a few days before and on Idaho Day.
Idaho Day Celebrations in Idaho:
Click here to find out how the Boise School District is celebrating Idaho Day.
The Marshall Public Library in Pocatello, Idaho is hosting a special discussion of the book "The Enders Hotel" by Brandon Schrand on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 3:00 pm. The event is part of the statewide Idaho Commission for Libraries Idaho Day celebrations. For more information visit marshallpl.org or to find out how other libraries around the state is participating in Idaho Day, go to the Idaho Commission for Libraries website.