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City Club of Boise Tour: Foote Park Interpretive Center

City Club of Boise Tour: Foote Park Interpretive Center

City Club of Boise members are invited to attend a guided tour of the Foote Park Interpretive Center.

City Club of Boise Tour: Shoshone-Bannock Fish Station at Pettit Lake

City Club of Boise Tour: Shoshone-Bannock Fish Station at Pettit Lake

Join City Club for a tour of the recently completed fish weir at Pettit Lake.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Policing and Race

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Policing and Race

Join City Club for a panel discussion examining the complex history of race and policing in the United States, reimagining our future, and offering ideas on how Idaho can take the lead.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Legislative Leadership

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Legislative Leadership

Join four of Idaho's Legislative Leaders as they discuss the longest legislative session in Idaho's history. We are still finalizing who all will be there, but they will be part of each party's leadership team. It is sure to be an interesting Virtual Conversation.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Longest Legislative Session: The Aftermath

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Longest Legislative Session: The Aftermath

Hear from Kevin Richert from Idaho Ed News, Betsy Russell of the Idaho Press, Hayat Norimine and Scott McIntosh from the Idaho Statesman, and Clark Corbin from the start-up Idaho Capital Sun at noon on Wednesday, May 26.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: The Refugee Experience in Idaho

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: The Refugee Experience in Idaho

We’ll be joined by three Idahoans who arrived here as refugees: Maya Duratovic, Nawid Mousa, and Zeze Rwasama. This conversation will be moderated by City Club of Boise board president Kâren Sander.

City Club of Boise 4th Annual Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Forum

City Club of Boise 4th Annual Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Forum

City Club of Boise 4th Annual Marilyn Shuler Human Rights Forum: The long, continuing and always evolving fight for human rights in Idaho

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Congressman Mike Simpson's Energy & Salmon Concept

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Congressman Mike Simpson's Energy & Salmon Concept

Congressman Simpson will join moderator Dr. Katherine Himes, City Club board member and director of the University of Idaho's McClure Center for Public Policy Research, on March 23, 2021 at noon on Zoom.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Road to Economic Recovery

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Idaho’s Road to Economic Recovery

Join City Club of Boise for a Virtual Conversation with Sean Keithly, City of Boise Economic Development Director, and Tom Kealey, Director of Idaho Department of Commerce, to unpack the tools available to local businesses and support the health of consumers and employees in the Treasure Valley.

City Club Virtual Conversation: Redistricting: the intersection of high-stakes politics and the Idaho Constitution

City Club Virtual Conversation: Redistricting: the intersection of high-stakes politics and the Idaho Constitution

U.S. Census figures arriving soon will show significant population growth confined to a small number of Idaho’s counties. New district boundaries for the Idaho legislature must be drawn to even out the representation within a required range of difference. Our distinguished panel will provide context

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: An Interview with Marc Johnson

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: An Interview with Marc Johnson

Join founding City Club board member and author Marc Johnson in conversation with former City Club board member Bill Russell for a Virtual Conversation that confronts divisive partisanship through the lens of the 1980 election.

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: What can arts, culture & history orgs do to confront a legacy of racism?

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: What can arts, culture & history orgs do to confront a legacy of racism?

Join this City Club of Boise forum at noon Feb. 11 to hear from Leta Harris Neustaedter and John Michael Schert on how this coalition came together and why it is important for these artists and nonprofit leaders to tackle a challenge that is obviously far larger that the arts and cultural sector.