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Spring Has Officially Arrived in Garden Valley

Garden Valley Ritual Tells All

It snowed yesterday in Garden Valley and again this morning.  Never the less, I have official confirmation that spring has arrived.

In your neighborhood, you might depend on the calendar, the weatherman or even the Farmer’s Almanac.

In Garden Valley we have our own way of confirming the changes of the season.

To start with, the vegetation starts to come alive.  Trees start to bud out.  The pastures turn green and lush.  The deer and elk come down to the valley floor to nibble on the fresh sprouts.  Indeed, the elk are abundant right now.

For over 20 years, I have been able to count on a particular Garden Valley ritual to mark the change of seasons.  This morning marked the definitive proof that spring has arrived.  Yes, I have been watching for the signs for weeks.  I am happy to announce that Kenny moved his calves to the east pasture today. 

Spring is officially here!!!

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Fit & Fall Proof Classes Are Coming to Garden Valley

For years the Central District Health Department’s (CDHD) has been offering “Fit and Fall Proof” classes to seniors in the Treasure Valley.  Now the popular classes are coming to the Garden Valley Senior Center every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 p.m., beginning January 19th.  Participants can join the class at any session.

The free “Fit and Fall Proof” classes teach seniors simple exercises that increase strength, balance and endurance, and can help prevent debilitating injuries caused by accidental falls and tripping sometimes associated with age.

 

Garden Valley Senior Center

261 S Middlefork Road

Garden Valley, ID

462-3943

Starts Tuesday January 19th

Classes every Tuesday & Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

There is no charge to attend the classes.  For more information contact Lindsay Byars at 327-8591.  A complete schedule of Fit & Fall Proof classes is available on the CDHD website: http://cdhd.idaho.gov/CHEC/services/fallproof.htm.

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H1N1 Vaccines in Garden Valley

Priority Vaccinations in Garden Valley

Wednesday October 28, 2009

The following notice has been published by the Central District Health Department

H1N1 Flu Vaccine Available in Boise County October 28th

 

      On Wednesday October 28, 2009 the Central District Health Department (CDHD) will set up two Point of Dispensing (POD) facilities in Boise County to administer H1N1 (swine) flu vaccine to Priority Group members only.  The two PODs will be open from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. at each location:

·                     Boise Basin Library – 123 Montgomery St, Idaho City

·                     Crouch Community Hall – 342 Village Circle, Garden Valley

      Vaccine supply is extremely limited.  Not all those seeking vaccine will be able to get it.  Additional PODs will be scheduled as more vaccine becomes available.

      Priority Groups are based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).  ACIP set forth guidelines for when vaccine is in short supply to target those individuals most susceptible to serious illness from the flu.  The groups include:

The process of going through the POD operation can be completed more quickly by downloading and filling out the Consent Form found on the CDHD website: www.cdhd.idaho.gov.

Additional questions can be directed to the CDHD Flu Hotline 321-2222 or by visiting the CDHD website: www.cdhd.idaho.gov.

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Garden Valley Fitness Event

Women’s Fitness Magazine comes to Garden Valley Gym

For Women Only!

Nationally recognized Women’s Fitness Couch, Danny Russo will visit the Garden Valley Family Fitness Center October 26th.

The Garden Valley Family Fitness Center will host a presentation  focusing on Women’s health, fitness, strength training, and diet.  The presentation is geared directly towards the needs of women.  This should be a fun, informative and useful presentation.  There is no charge for admission.

If you have never visited the Garden Valley Family Fitness Center, this is a good time to tour the gym, learn about the facilities and services, and gain an insight into training specifically for your needs.

Monday

October 26, 2009

6:00 PM

See you there!

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Revealing Garden Valley Event

Mountain Makeover Reveal

Women’s Health, Fitness and Positive Mind and Body Changes will be the focus of the Mountain Makeover Reveal.

Friday October 16th
Crouch Community Hall
6:00 – 8:30 PM

Four Women participants have been working for months to improve their health and fitness.  On Friday evening they will reveal the success of their efforts with their improved health, new do’s, makeup and outfits.  The Mountain Makeover Reveal will be a celebration of the efforts of these women as well as a chance to learn more about making positive changes to your own health.

The event activities will include hors d’oevres, wine tasting, demonstrations, and product vendors.

I hope to see you there.  We’ll have a great time, enjoy and girls’ night out and learn something at the same time.

Tickets are $5.00 in advance and $7.00 at the door.  You can find advanced tickets at the Red Rooster, GV Family Fitness, Lynn’s Dahlias Flower Shop and Diane’s Sun Country Salon

Sponsored by Garden Valley Businesses:

The Red Rooster
GV Fitness
Dahlias
Sun Country Salon
Sharon Svenson
Photo’s by Kari
Shauna Roeber
The Longhorn

See you there!

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Halloween – Garden Valley Style

 

Trunk or Treat

Saturday October 31st, 2009

6:00 – 8:00 PM

Garden Valley is a rural, mountainous community where there are few neighborhood that kids can Trick or Treat door to door.  Mom and Dad would have to drive their little goblins around the valley.  Local kids miss the interaction of Halloween celebrations in more urban neighborhoods.

Thus, the advent of Trunk or Treat, an easier, safer and more fun way for one and all to enjoy the Halloween festivities.   Adults challenge each other to come up with the scariest transformation of cars and trucks, turning downtown Crouch into a veritable “spook” parking lot.  Set up begins in the afternoon.  Festivities begin at 6:00 PM.  Bring lots of candy.  If you are really brave, you can sign up to be judge of the best car or truck costume.

Prizes will be donated by the Crouch Merc.

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1st Annual Market Street Strut in Garden Valley

Don’t miss this customer appreciation event in Crouch.

On October 10th from 6:00 – 9:00 PM, the Crouch Merchants are inviting their customers to Strut Down Market Street.  We are hoping this will evolve into an annual fall event.  So come join the fun and visit with friends and neighbors before they all hibernate for the winter.  This could be on of your last chances to see the snowbirds until the Garden Valley Spring Fling next April.

Follow the Boardwalk to participating Merchants:
Lynn, at Dahlia’s, has the most beautiful fresh flowers and plants, as well as, gifts, home decor and fashions

At the Red Rooster, Marianne is planning a Trunk Show.  She will be showing off her very stylish jackets, sweater and jeans.

A surprise guest artist will be on hand at Maggie’s Books in the Attic.  Browse her new and used book collection.

Live music,  drawings and treats will be available for your enjoyment.

See you there!

Partially sponsored by Les Bois Credit Union.

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The Softer Side Of Garden Valley

6th Annual Fiber Fabric Faire

Come to the Community Hall, in Crouch, on Saturday October 3th from 10:00 – 4:00. It’s the annual Fiber and Fabric Faire. Each year the Garden Valley Quilters sponsor this fun event.   Here you’ll find, not only some great quilters, but knitters, weavers, spinners and fiber artists of all kinds.

Whether you want to learn about a fiber art, find a warm and fuzzy gift for someone special, watch a craft demonstration, or take a chance to win a hand made quilt,  this is an event for you.

I look forward to the Fiber and Fabric Faire each year.  The handmade items are truly works of art.  The textures, colors and patterns are beautiful and unique.  Last year I met several women who raise alpaca, spin the wool and knit the garments.   It was great to learn about this homespun, traditional craft.

Aside from treating myself, visiting with neighbors and friends and finding some great gifts,  I had a wonderful time.

Don’t forget that, by attending the Faire, you are also contributing to the community.  Part of the raffle proceeds go the the Crouch Ambulance fund.Garden Valley Idaho fiber Faire

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Holiday Bazaar In Garden Valley

Garden Valley Annual Holiday Bazaar

Garden Valley Holiday BazaarThe Garden Valley Chamber of Commerce Presents the Annual Holiday Bazaar.  Held at the Crouch Community Hall, the Holiday Bazaar is not only a great opportunity to start on your Christmas shopping, but a time to kick in the Christmas spirit with friends and neighbors.

Local artisans will be offering their many talented  products including, hand knitted items, carvings, quilts, jewelry, paintings, photographs and yummy baked goods, jams, jellys and cakes.

Don’t miss the good cheer, fun and shopping opportunities.

See you Saturday November 29th from 10:00 – 4:00

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