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"Idaho Day 2016 is coming!"

Friday, March 4, 2016 will be Idaho Day across the State. The event will be celebrated in Bonneville County at 7 P.M. in the Civic Auditorium in Idaho Falls, sponsored by the Bonneville County Heritage Association (BCHA). Details of the event will be forthcoming as the date approaches, but the theme will be "Idaho Heroes". There will again be cash awards for students winning competitions in several categories, and a variety of entertainments. Save the Date!

The County Treasures Tour is over -

     This was a well-attended tour of historic structures In Bonneville County

     Linden Bateman guided a tour of the Idaho Falls Presbyterian Church and explained unique features about this structure.

     The tour then proceeded to the O. E. Bell Building, where Roy Reynolds provided a narrative about his paintings of historic Idaho Falls, which are featured in the O. E. Bell Building.

     The rest of the Historic Structures in Bonneville County Tour was self-guided. A printed guide and map provided information and directions for the rest of the tour.

     You may download PDF copies of the Tour Guide and Tour Map that were available.


"Idaho Day"

Idaho Day 2015, sponsored by the Bonneville County Heritage Association (BCHA) is now a part of history. Read about it on the 2015 Idaho Day page.

"Historic Bonneville County, a Centennial History" by Mary Jane Fritzen is for sale at the Chamber of Commerce, Museum of Idaho gift shop, and at some bookstores.

If there is any BCHA website content you wish to see added or changed, contact Dave Nipper (the webmaster) or any member of the Board.

Links to items of interest:

The Bonneville County Historical Society Webpage
The Idaho State Historical Society
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Coming Events Calendar:

Next Meeting of the BCHA Board
will likely be on Feb. Jan. 22, 2016 at 11:30 am. Location TBA.

Idaho Day 2016
Friday, March 4, 2016 will be Idaho Day. See the item on the left for information. Save the Date!

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