This month's Fettuccine Forum presents a discussion led by Boise City Councilman David Eberle, Ph.D. The talk, Our Great Recession: Its Impact on Idaho and the Boise Valley will host a panel of local economists to engage the public in a discussion about our nation's economy and what the recession has done to change our state.
This Fettuccine Forum is a chance to ask questions about the state of our city, as many residents wonder what the future may hold and when things will turn around. Eberle is more than qualified, holding degrees from the University of Nebraska, University of New Mexico, as well as the Colorado College. He has done consulting work and taught at Boise State University and College of Idaho.
The forum, as its name suggests, will offer the option to partake in fettuccine, provided by Life's Kitchen, for $6. Free appetizers are available and drinks are provided by Jo's Traveling Bar. The series is produced by Boise City Department of Arts & History with Boise State College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs.
Thursday, Nov. 5, 5 p.m., FREE, Fettuccine $6, Rose Room, 718 W. Idaho St., 208-433-5670.