A lot has changed in the North End over the years. It started as a subdivision of Sears & Roebuck houses north of downtown, but has since become an iconic neighborhood, transforming from a working-class stronghold to the epicenter of conversations about housing affordability in Boise. That's why the Hyde Park Street Fair's 40th anniversary will cater to everyone. The 3-day-event will have musical performances, vendors, free yoga classes, a children's center and not one, but two beer gardens. It will also offer free shuttles, a bicycle raffle for those who roll in on two wheels and a place to bring your furry companion. As a final touch to the celebration, an exclusive Sockeye Brewing Hyde Park StreetFest Oktoberfest style beer and ERTH Squirrel Punch soda beverage will be available.
Friday, 4 p.m.-9:30 p.m.; Saturday,. 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. FREE. Camel's Back Park, 1300 N. Heron St., Boise, northendboise.org.