Wildflower program set June 8 in Boise Foothills

flowrsPhoto: Lupine in the Boise Foothills by Pete Zimowsky/Idaho Statesman

Spring and early summer is a great time to see wildflowers in the Boise Foothills and a free program on wildflowers is planned Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center, 3188 Sunset Park Road.

There is no preregistration. No dogs.

Anne DeBolt of the Idaho Botanical Garden will give the program, which is part of the free Second Saturdays program at the learning center.

 

 

You can also try your hand at painting flowers with watercolor artist Brian Schreiner, who can help you create your own wildflower masterpiece. Enjoy other flower-related activities, inside and out, including taking a guided hike to see foothills wildflowers in bloom.

 

The Foothills Learning Center about is operated by Boise Parks & Recreation. To get to the Foothills Learning Center, take 8th Street to Hulls Gulch Reserve and 1/3 mile past the end of the pavement.

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