Over 100 people assembled across the street from the Egyptian Theatre for a local nonprofit's version of Easter. The Twenty Dollar Promise—brain baby of local web/graphic designer Courtney Allen—is a pay-it-forward organization whose primary mission is to perform random acts of kindness for total strangers. Allen, alongside a few friends, put together the event to promote their message that simply doing nice things for other people is a worthy investment in community.
Egg hunter Curtis Baba, a Seattle transplant, was especially thrilled that Boise's citizens took the initiative to put the event together.
"It's been fun. I think it say a lot about what Boise is working hard on becoming—making a name for themselves as a town that is not looking to profit on something like this."
Speaking of community, check out Idaho Green Fest today on Eighth and Bannock. Tons of live music—all with the mission of promoting local causes. The event runs from 4-10 p.m. Here's the lineup: