The Children's Home Society of Idaho keeps on giving, and this Saturday you're invited to celebrate with a slew of activities and, of course, everyone's favorite frozen dairy product.
CHS was set up in 1908 as an orphanage and has been assisting the community's youth ever since. CHS's mission statement is "to provide behavioral health programs and related services to children and the families who care for them, regardless of ability to pay."
After sampling the frozen goodies, you can wander around the antique car displays, get your face painted, or take your kids over for the magic show, clown entertainment and balloon animal fun. Live music will be provided by pianist Ken Harris and high school guitar whiz Brock Bartel. Vendors will be on site. And the event will work in cooperation with the sixth annual Warm Springs Avenue Garage Sale, making it an all-out, East End community happening.
You can check out the CHS website to get involved.
Sunday, June 6, Noon-3 p.m., FREE, Children's Home Society, 740 Warm Springs Ave., 208-343-7813 Ext. 1231. For more information, visit childrenshomesociety.com.