LuAnne Berry started violin at the age of 4 and was classically trained.Her professional career started with sponsorship by RJ ReynoldsTobacco Company and Coors Light, performing at various fair and rodeovenues. LuAnne spent the early 90s as a studio musician in the LosAngeles area, and later moved to Idaho. In Idaho LuAnne played variousvenues with several local bands, namely the Reputations, Rockin Horse,Country Drive, and Hot Flash
The Museum of clean in Pocatello is dedicated to all things Clean, and it is more than just an ordinary museum. It is also a has a 10,000 square foot Event Center, ready to host all sorts of community, corporate, and family happenings – indoors or out.
Newly renovated multi-purpose event hall popular for wedding receptions, corporate events, theater screenings, holiday parties, or charity events.
Westside Players Dinner Theater
Pocatello hotels directly across from Idaho State University’s main campus & quad.
Old Town Alley consists of painted murals, graffiti, and public art created by talented mostly local artists in August 2019.
An indoor HD golf experience for golfer to practice their swing of 26 different courses. You can check you stats with the swing analysis.
At Heber Hatchets, you’ll have a variety of axe throwing games to choose from. By getting the axe to stick into the wood target, you can score points and show off your skill. It’s the[…read article]
Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH) ever-changing exhibitions emphasize the collections and mission of the Museum, and include permanent and special offerings.
The Purpose Center’s first and second floors feature an elegant and warm event venue, full of historic charm. A total of 6000 sq. ft. is available between the upper and lower levels. Host your next wedding, company party, dinner, or recital at the Purpose Center. Call or email today to inquire about availability. 208-681-6028
Snake River Fly is a Full Service Fly Shop located in Pocatello, Idaho offering a wide range of products. The only Local Guide service in the area for the Main Snake and lower Blackfoot rivers.[…read article]