Evening Conversation: Senate and House Majority & Minority Leadership
Thursday, May 23rd, 2019, 6:30 pm - 8:00pm
Boise State Radio Community Room 220 E. Parkcenter Blvd (Yanke Family Research Park)
Representative Mat Erpleding, Senator Michelle Stenett, Senator Chuck Winder, 4th speaker pending


In January, the City Club of Boise launched a new Evening Conversation event designed to bring differing, and potentially contentious view points to the table, while allowing a civil and engaged audience into the conversation. Our aspiration is that during the dialog portion of these Evening Conversation events, Members may disagree without being disagreeable and in keeping with those values, zealous advocacy will be embraced, as long as such advocacy is civil, responsible, and reflects City Club’s mission. We ask guests of this Evening Conversation to be mindful of others during the engaged dialog bound to occur during these conversations, and beyond. Our hope is that this intimate setting will open the doors for even more engaged citizenry in our community around relevant and difficult topics to be presented.


The 2019 Idaho Legislative Session was the longest session in a decade. City Club is hosting a panel of four House and Senate Leaders to discuss interesting topics such as Medicaid Expansion and the limitations on Citizen Initiatives during this Evening Conversation. Join us May 23rd for this engaging discussion.



Civility will be required. City Club champions “passionately non-partisan” discussion between diverse perspectives.



Time: 6:30 PM -8:00 PM

Location: Boise State Radio Community Room

220 E. Parkcenter Blvd (Yanke Family Research Park)

Event Cost:

$15 City Club Member price

$20 Non-member price






*Attendance will be limited to 25 people to allow everyone the opportunity to engage in the conversation.


Evening Conversations sell out quickly, don't wait to register!


Water and lite refreshments will be provided during this event.


City Club thanks our Premier Sponsor, Northwest Nazarene University and the NNU School of Business and our Annual sponsor, Idaho Humanities Council.