The trips, which start Sept. 26, focus on teaching participants about resources, recreation and wildlife in the area.
The Lifetime and Leisure Activities program is open to adults age 62 and older. Fall programs include:
- Sept. 26 & Nov. 14 – World Center for Birds of Prey
- Oct. 10 – National Interagency Fire Center
- Sept. 12 – Municipal Park Bocce and a Picnic
- Oct. 3 – MK Nature Center
- Sept. 19 & Oct. 24 – Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center
- Oct. 17 & Nov. 21 – Warhawk Air Museum
Denise Peterson, a Boise Parks and Recreation program specialist, will lead the activities.
Fees range from $6 to $16 per day for Boise City residents and $9.30 to $24.25 per day for non-residents.
Except for the bocce and a picnic event, transportation is provided from Fort Boise Community Center, 700 Robbins Road.
To register online, visit this website and search for “Lifetime & Leisure.” You can also stop by Fort Boise Community Center, 700 Robbins Road (closed weekends and holidays through Oct. 4) or call (208) 608-7680.