Even though is very cold in Idaho the doors are open for the winter educational classes from the Idaho Falls Zoo.
Madison Library District holds a monthly event called "On the Same Page" where they give out free copies of a certain book and focus the whole month on that book. For the month of February, the focus will be on the classic J.M. Barrie novel of Peter Pan.
Interview with Volunteer Adoption Coordinator Lyndsey Rasmussen for Remember Ruby Rescue where she explains how the organization works and shares facts about rabbits. Did you know rabbits can have breed every 30 days after they are three months old?
Madison Cares has great opportunities to have free educational classes in the community. Some of them include parenting classes, marriage classes and mantel health classes.
Regional communications manager Terry Thompson with The Idaho Fish and Game in Magic Valley region explians how there has been an increse of mountin lions attacking pet animals and what safety precautions you can take.
The DNA Doe Project and many volunteers helped Clark County Sheriff's Office identify a headless murder victim found in 1979.
On January 4, 2020 the public is invited to a day of free skiing at the East Mink Creek Nordic Center just south of Pocatello. Free Ski Day also includes free ski and equipment rentals and free skiing lessons.
The task force created by Idaho Governor Brad Little in May 2019 recently published their findings of how to address and prioritize the needs of public education in Idaho