Event Types

Everyday Leadership: creating leaders out of 5th / 6th graders in Boise!

May 15, 2018

Impact of a Rotary Exchange as an Adult

May 22, 2018

Life's Kitchen is a great non-profit, and that's where we'll have lunch!!

Today we'll meet AT Life's Kitchen, NOT the Stone House!

Ciara Allen will tell us all about the history and program they offer!

Address:  Address: 1025 S Capitol Blvd, Boise, Id 83706, Boise, ID 83706
Hours: Open today · 8AM–5PM
Phone: (208) 331-0199


May 29, 2018

Better Business Bureau: how am I impacted by it?

Jun 05, 2018

Eagle Island State Park: what's the history? what goes on there??

Jun 12, 2018

Lion's Club! What is it? Friend or Foe?? (FRIEND!)

Jun 26, 2018

What goes ON with the Ada Cty Sheriff's Department??

Jul 10, 2018

What's the economic impact of sports on the Boise area?

Taylor Williamson is the Sports / Convention Sales Manager for Boise Convention and Visitor's Bureau.  He'll be sharing the economic impact of sports on the Boise area.  

Jul 17, 2018

Bureau of Reclamation and the Snake River: Day in the Life

Snake River Area Office

The Snake River Area Office (SRAO) is in Reclamation's Pacific Northwest Region and has its headquarters in Boise, Idaho. Roland Springer is the Area Manager, and he oversees all aspects of the management, development and protection of water and related resources in the Snake River drainage basin.

The Snake River Area Office has a staff of over 150 employees, and includes two field offices — the Middle Snake Field Officeand the Upper Snake Field Office. The Middle Snake Field Office, also located in Boise, manages projects in eastern Oregon and western Idaho. The Upper Snake Field Office, located in Heyburn, manages projects in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming.

Through the operation and maintenance of our 27 dams and six powerplants, the Snake River Area Office provides valuable services including delivery of water, generation of power, flood control prevention, and recreation opportunities. Reclamation also places great emphasis on continual compliance with the Endangered Species Act; looking to the future with our planning efforts; developing partnerships with our customers, states, and Native American tribes; and promoting public awareness through Water Conservation activities.

By encouraging partnerships, the Snake River Area Office can bring together a variety of interests in order to maximize the beneficial uses of the Snake River Basin’s limited water resources.

Jul 24, 2018

What does our Alzheimer's Asso. provide to our community?

Jul 31, 2018

Idaho Virtual Reality Council: what's THAT all about??

Aug 07, 2018

What goes on at the ID Tech Council??

Aug 28, 2018

What is Liiingo and how could it affect me?

Sep 11, 2018

Jennifer will fill us in on her goals for our Rotary district 2018-19!

Sep 18, 2018

Animals Adapting to Life at NIGHT! Why??

Sep 25, 2018