Upcoming Salons

 
Salon: Insider's Guide to The Cabin's Coming Season
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 6:30pm-8:00pm
The Cabin, 801 S Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702

 

City Club and the Cabin are hosting a special evening at the Cabin on May 2nd at 6:30 PM. Kurt Zwolfer, the Cabin's Executive Director, will give us an early preview of the 2018-19 Reading and Conversations series. Kurt will also share information about the Cabin's other important programs such as Writers in the Schools and Adult Writing Workshops. After Kurt's presentation enjoy conversation with Cabin members and staff. Hors d oeuvres, wine and other beverages will be furnished. This preview and Cabin tour is a first for the City Club and could become an annual function if members enjoy this opportunity!

 

 

Pricing:
  • $40 per individual City Club member
  • $45 for any non-member guests
Location: The Cabin is tucked away off Capitol Blvd. shortly after the Capitol bridge.

Parking: Minimal Free parking is available at the venue. In addition there are downtown parking garages and street parking. Or park anywhere and walk the Greenbelt!

 

 

Pre-registration is requested, by 3 PM on Tuesday, April 24th. This event is limited to 30 attendees. *As a City Club of Boise Member-Only Tour, Members are allowed to bring one guest, space permitting.

 

Registration link

 

Wine by Potter Wines:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beer by Payette Brewing:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Special Thanks to our City Club Tours/Salons/After Hours Sponsor: First Interstate Bank

 

 

 
 
Salon: 2018 Post-Legislative Salon
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 5:30pm -7:30pm
Cottonwood Grille- 913 W River St, Boise, ID 83702
Betsy Russell , Gary Moncrief

 

City Club’s annual and popular “Post-Legislative Salon” lets City Club members get the candid observations and analyses from two of Idaho’s most knowledgeable and respected political observers. The Spokesman-Review’s “Eye on Boise” reporter and frequent City Club panelist Betsy Russell will join Gary Moncrief, Boise State University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and the cohost of Boise State Public Radio's podcast "Legislative Breakdown." This year’s Salon will be held at the beautiful Cottonwood Grille on Tuesday, April 24, starting at 5:30 p.m., and will cost $75 per person. Register right away to ensure a seat for this evening filled with humor and commentary on Idaho politics and the elections ahead!

 

This salon is open only to City Club members (one guest per member is welcome). You may register online via the link below once available and choose to either pay online by credit card or mail a check. If you do not have a log in for the City Club portal, you may click on the blue bar on the right side of the log in page that says "continue without logging in" to complete your order. This salon is limited to 55 guests and we encourage early registration to guarantee your spot!

 

Pricing:
  • $75 per individual City Club member
  • $75 for one non-member guests
Location: Cottonwood Grille, 913 W River St, Boise, ID 83702

Parking: Parking is available in the Cottonwood Grille parking lot as available.

 

No Host Bar available starting at 5:30pm. Dinner service starts at 6pm.

 

Pre-registration is requested, by 3 PM on Wednesday, April 18th. This event is limited to 55 attendees. *As a City Club of Boise Member-Only Salon, Members are allowed to bring one guest, space permitting.

 

Registration link

 

 


Special Thanks to our City Club Tours/Salons/After Hours Sponsor: First Interstate Bank

 

 

 

Upcoming Tours

 
Tour: Idaho Botanical Garden
Wednesday, June 13th, 2018 5:30pm-7:00pm
2355 Old Penitentiary Road Boise, Idaho
Enjoy a spring evening with a behind the scenes, after hours, stroll through the Idaho Botanical Garden. This tour will focus upon plants native to Idaho and the surrounding area.

 

More details coming soon!

 


Special Thanks to our City Club Tours/Salons/After Hours Sponsor: First Interstate Bank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City Club thanks our annual sponsors, including Northwest Nazarene University and Idaho Humanities Council.