Tue, Feb 18 | St. Luke's

Tour: Idaho Elk's Children's Pavilion

Join City Club of Boise Members in a tour of the Idaho Elk's Children's Pavilion at St. Luke's downtown Boise.
Registration is Closed
Tour: Idaho Elk's Children's Pavilion

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
St. Luke's , 305 E Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83712, USA

About the Event

St. Luke’s Children’s is dedicated to caring for children of all ages,  in an environment designed just for them. Children are not just small  adults; they are growing, developing individuals whose needs are unique  and constantly changing. The Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion is designed  to address these specific needs, as well as the effects that population  growth has had on access to children’s health services. 

The Children’s Pavilion is located just across the street from the  Children’s Hospital and is connected via a skybridge. The building  unites most of the pediatric specialties and St. Luke’s downtown Boise  general pediatric services under one roof.  

The Pavilion provides exciting amenities such as a teaching kitchen  where families can learn to cook for children with special dietary needs  and a sibling center to keep brothers and sisters entertained during  long appointments. You'll also find convenient underground parking,  waiting rooms filled with natural light, and several interactive,  hands-on features for children to explore. 

Learn more about the Children’s Pavilion here.

Tour Details:  

When: Tuesday, February 18th 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm 

Where: St. Luke’s, 305 E Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83712, at the corner of E. Jefferson and N. Avenue B.  

Cost: FREE 

Pre-registration is requested, by 5 PM on Sunday, February 16th. This  event is limited to 12 attendees. As a City Club of Boise Member-Only  Tour, Members are allowed to bring one guest, space permitting. 

Parking is available at the Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion below-ground  parking garage. Enter the Pavilion parking garage (P3) from Avenue C.  Carpooling and alternative transportation options such as walking and  biking are encouraged. All participants are required to wear comfortable  closed toed shoes (no heels).   

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