July 01, 2021 at 10:10am | Jonna Weber
Hope this email finds you enjoying the first day of July (ideally from an air conditioned room - this heat is just about as nuts as our current real estate market)! Here's a quick roundup of what's happening across the valley to celebrate America's independence (as well as a few other tidbits). Enjoy and have a wonderful 4th of July!

Meridian:
Meridian Speedway is once again partnering with the city of Meridian to light up the sky! Storey Park will be open to families for picnics and firework viewing. Local food trucks will be onsite starting at 4PM. Learn more (and see the list of vendors - including Rusty Dog,  Coned, Dajeeling MOMO & more - on the city of Meridian's website here.

Caldwell:
With a parade on Saturday, July 3rd - followed by a car show, kids activities, music, etc.) and then a fireworks show on the following evening (July 4th) - lots of fun options! Check out all of the details on the city of Caldwell's website here.

Melba:
An annual tradition for many - the small town of Melba (located about 40 minutes from Boise) is yet again hosting their famous "Olde Tyme" 4th of July party on Saturday, July 3rd. As always, the event-filled day will kick off with a 'Fun Run' in the morning followed by a parade, games, events and fireworks at dusk. Get all of the details here.

Boise:
Fireworks at Ann Morrison Park! People can bring a blanket and chairs to the park to enjoy the show. There will be no food or drink vendors this year. Please be sure to check out all of the details on the city of Boise's website here.

Eagle:
Scheduled to take place the week after the 4th of July - Eagle's Fun Days is always indeed a very fun time! And this year is Eagle's 50th anniversary - so they are going with the fitting theme "Eagle Through the Decades". Check out all of the details (car show, parade, cornhole, fun run, etc.) on the city of Eagle's website here.

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Virtual Tour: How Boise's Housing Market Compares to the Biggest Cities in the West
Source: KTVB

Well, here's a virtual tour that's a bit different than the kind we typically share! Check out KTVB's interactive virtual tour here to see how Boise's housing market compares to other top cities across the west. And then check out this article for additional information and commentary.

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Boise Recognized (Again) as Being Among the Top 10 Cities in the US for Cyclists
Source:  New York Times

When compared to the other 200 largest U.S. cities for "bike-friendliness" - Boise made the top ten. Check out the New York Times article covering the study here.

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