Enjoy 7 Events Other Than The Super Bowl This Weekend in the Magic Valley
After a long week at work and a long football season, it all pays off this weekend with the Super Bowl being played. This weekend will be stacked with food, football, friends, and plenty going on this Sunday, but that is not the only thing happening this weekend. While the game will take over plenty of time, before and after grocery shopping, have some fun and check out some of the other events taking place this weekend.
Thursday, February 8 - CSI Women's Basketball
Football is not the only sport happening this weekend, as there is plenty of basketball to enjoy as well, including locally. The CSI women's basketball team is back in action at home this Thursday. The women's team is currently 21-4 and on a 5-game win streak. The women will host the College of Southern Nevada with the game tipping off at 5 PM. For more details on the women's team, make sure to click the link above.
Thursday, February 8 and Saturday, February 10 - CSI Men's Basketball
The CSI Women are not the only team in action this weekend, as the CSI men's basketball team will be in action twice. They currently are 17-6 on the season and lost their most recent game. The men will look to rebound from that loss on Thursday against the College of Southern Nevada at 7 PM and will play again a couple of days later on Saturday, against Community Christian College at 3 PM. For more on the men's team, make sure to click the link above.
Thursday, February 8 Through Saturday, February 10 - 'The Play That Goes Wrong'
How about getting out of town for a bit this weekend, and taking a drive to Rupert and going to the Historic Wilson Theatre? While you are there you can enjoy the comedy play 'The Play That Goes Wrong.' The play is a murder mystery with a cast of characters that will have you laughing throughout the performance. Shows are performed Thursday through Saturday, with showtimes at 7:30 PM each night. Tickets are $15. For more on the play, make sure to click the link above.
Friday, February 9 through Sunday, February 11 - Home and Garden Show
The Southern Idaho Home and Garden Show returns this weekend to the CSI Expo Center, and it all kicks off Friday morning and runs until Sunday afternoon. Doors will be open on Friday and Saturday from 10 AM to 7 PM and on Sunday from 10 AM to 3 PM. Tickets are $5, with children 11 and under being free. If you need to upgrade anywhere in your home or your yard, this is the place to be. For more details on the event, make sure to click the link above.
Friday, February 9 - Twin Falls Death By Chocolate
Who doesn't enjoy some chocolate? With Valentine's Day next week, you might need to try some out to figure out the best kind to get your partner for the holiday. Twin Falls Death By Chocolate is happening this Friday at Kneaders and is a perfect time to stuff your face and try out some chocolates that perhaps you have never had. The event is taking place from 6 PM to 7 PM at Kneaders in Twin Falls, located at 1575 Washington Street North. Tickets are $15 and you can purchase them by clicking the link above.
Saturday, February 10 - Twin Falls Conservation Dinner
If you enjoy eating delicious BBQs, guns, and helping a good cause, then there is an event you don't want to miss this weekend. Ducks Unlimited will be hosting their Conservation Dinner this Saturday at the Twin Falls County Fairground. Tickets range anywhere from $20 for children, to $45 for adults, all the way up to $2,000 for a big duck table. The event begins at 5:30 PM, with proceeds going to benefit Wetlands Conservation. There will be a BBQ dinner, 20 guns up for raffle, and much more. To view all the details and to get your tickets, make sure to click the link above.
Sunday, February 11 - Super Bowl
If you haven't heard, the Super Bowl is being played this Sunday. The game will broadcast on CBS this year, and kickoff is set to take place around 4:30 PM MST. The Kansas City Chiefs will look to defend their title and win their third Super Bowl in five years. They will be taking on the San Francisco 49ers who will look to win their first since the 1994 season. Love or hate football, there will be good commercials, the halftime show, and likely good food to eat during the game.
There is a ton going on this weekend, and while many people will be around their TVs, there is too much going on to stay inside all weekend. Get out and check out the Home and Garden Show, enjoy a play, cheer on the men's or women's basketball teams, enjoy a dinner and perhaps win a new gun, fill up on chocolate, and watch the Super Bowl for whichever reason you choose. No matter what you choose to do, have fun, be safe, and enjoy your weekend.
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