2017 4th of July Festivities near Rexburg

By: Kim Ary | June 28, 2017

With the 4th of July just around the corner, here’s what happening near Rexburg!   Before the 4th Whoopee Days Rodeo Rexburg ID – June 30-July 1 Where: Madison County Fairgrounds, 460…

Discover New Rexburg Eateries

By: Janae Thomson | May 15, 2017

With summer close ahead of us and spring in full bloom, Rexburg’s growth isn’t limited to the tulips. This spring has sprung a handful of new restaurants in town from a gourmet salad cafe…

4 Best Places to Get a Massage

By: Janae Thomson | May 2, 2017

It’s sure to say that the list of stressors in our lives is endless, but are the ways to relieve it? Rexburg has a few options for you! CureTouch Massage Therapy: Located on…

The Blue Angels are coming to Idaho Falls

By: Janalee Eckman | April 13, 2017

The residents of South East Idaho are honored to have the Blue Angels come and perform a show for the community. This is an incredible activity for everyone to attend, in fact,…

4 Southeast Idaho Hot Springs You Need To Visit

By: Kim Ary | March 15, 2017

Visit to these hot springs for a day trip to remember! A soak in these soothing, therapeutic waters is peaceful and will leave your mind and body feeling rejuvenated. Here are a few…

Live Music and… Burgers?

By: Janae Thomson | January 17, 2017

A somewhat hidden community, the talented musicians of Rexburg often come together to share their talents- and you can have a listen! Local bands and artists play around town weekly, bringing unique…

Visiting Santa

By: Alexander | December 6, 2016

I hope visiting Santa is still part of your family tradition if you have children? When I was a child, my sister and I use to walk to the town square in…

6 Winter Activities to Kick-Off the Season!

By: Kim Ary | November 8, 2016

Wonder and winter don’t last forever… although in Rexburg it seems like it does. Instead of simply staying inside and waiting for winter to end, discover the beautiful places and adventures that enhance the…

Winterize Your Car

By: Alexander | October 17, 2016

The calendar says it is fall but here in Idaho, we could get snow anytime. Typically snow arrives about the middle of November and lasts until the end of February. It is to your…

The OTHER Sheep Falls

By: Kim Ary | October 12, 2016

Sheep Falls is a pretty common hike in Ashton. It’s short, has a nice place to rest or eat lunch, and is mostly shaded, but did you know there is another Sheep…

Finding the Perfect Wedding Dress

By: Alexander | September 30, 2016

At the end of every college semester, temples, churches, and parks are filled with couples getting married. If you are far from home and are left on your own to plan your wedding where do you go…

2nd Hand Clothing Shops

By: Alexander | September 27, 2016

Thrift Store Shopping I love to go thrift store shopping and in southeastern Idaho, there is no shortage of 2nd hand shops. You can find some great deals if you have patience….

I’m Ready to Fall…Are you?

By: Kim Ary | September 14, 2016

Some say it is too soon for the fall talk…hot cocoa, sweaters, pumpkin spice, and fall colors, but as soon as summer ends and the weather starts to cool down, I just…

Pioneer Days

By: Alexander | August 24, 2016

During the fourth week of July, the annual Fremont County Pioneer Days celebration will take place in St. Anthony Idaho.  This event has been celebrated in the community for nearly a century….

Back to School Already! Are you ready?

By: Kim Ary | August 22, 2016

School is here already! Can you believe it? It’s what you and your kids have been looking forward to all summer (not really)! Whether we like it or not, school is here. To…

Get out and Ride Eastern Idaho!

By: Jamie Curtis | August 8, 2016

  Summer is the perfect time to get your bike out and ride. Sometimes the most challenging questions are, “where should I go?” and “how do I need to prepare?” Whether you…