Another week is coming to an end and the year continues to march on, as April is now on the back half of the month. The weather is starting to feel more spring-like every weekend, which opens up the possibilities of what to do when not having to go to work or school. With a decent weekend weather-wise, it is time to get out and have some fun at one of the many events happening this weekend in the Magic Valley. Plenty is going on, but what to do can be a tough choice.

Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20 - Women at the Wilson

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Women deal with more than men know daily, and sometimes they need some time away from work, family, and need some time with women. This weekend is the perfect time for that as the 4th annual Women at Wilson conference will be taking place this Friday and Saturday at the Historic Wilson Theater in Rupert. Tickets are $55 per woman, and the conference will start at 7 PM on Friday, and run from 10 AM to 3:30 PM on Saturday. The first 100 women that sign up will receive a swag bag, and on Saturday lunch will be provided, and on Friday night Crumbl cookies will be provided. There will be entertainment and guest speakers. For more on the event, click on the link above. 

Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20 - Finding Nemo Jr

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There is something enjoyable about going to the theatre, and the Orpheum Theatre in Twin Falls constantly has shows going on. This weekend is no different and is a perfect time to take the kids with you for a special show this week. 'Finding Nemo Jr' will be happening on Friday and Saturday, with three chances to go. The show on Friday will be at 7 PM, with two shows on Saturday at 2 PM and 7 PM. Tickets start as low as $15. For more on the show, click the second link above, and for more on what is coming up at the Orpheum Theatre, click on the first link. 

Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 - Focused Horsemanship Clinics

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Are you someone who rides horses, or perhaps you own them or have children you want to ride horses? This weekend there is a clinic to help prepare people for riding horses and to help prepare your horses as well. Perhaps you do competitions or your children do, then this is the perfect clinic to help you improve, as the Focused Horsemanship Clinics will be happening. There are four different classes this weekend, with two on Saturday and two on Sunday. The ones on Saturday will be Creating Connections from 8 AM to noon, and Young Horse Development from 1 PM to 5 PM. The two on Sunday will be Spring Tune Up from 8 AM to noon and Ranch Riding from 1 PM to 5 PM. Each class is $100. For more on the clinic, make sure to click the link above. 

Saturday, April 20 - Hidden Creek Outdoor Market

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Doing some spring shopping is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon, and this weekend HWY93vendorshow will be hosting their Hidden Creek Outdoor Market at 1749 Kimberly Road from 10 AM to 3 PM. There will be handcrafted items, antiques, vintage items, jewelry, home décor, baked goods and much more. For more on the market, make sure to click the link above. 

Saturday, April 20 - Spring Small Business Market

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Do you enjoy supporting and shopping for small, local businesses? If so, make sure to check out the Spring Small Business Market starting at 11 AM this Saturday at 220 Eastland in Twin Falls. There will be vendors set up selling handmade crafts, food, and more. For more on the market, make sure to click on the link above. 

Saturday, April 20 - Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

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Sexual and domestic violence happens far too often in this country, and it typically takes place against women. This weekend, a special annual event is happening to help raise awareness for the women who suffer from these incidents. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is back this year and is happening Saturday from 1 PM to 3 PM, starting at the Twin Falls Visitor Center. If you would like to donate, participate, or find out more about the event, make sure to click on the link above. 

Saturday, April 20 - Gordy's Birthday Benefit Bash

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Gordy's HWY 30 Music Fest is still a couple of months away, but you can get a small taste of it this weekend, as well as help out a good cause. The annual Gordy's Birthday Benefit Bash is happening this Saturday. The event begins at 5 PM and will be happening at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds in Filer. Tickets start as low as $75 per seat, but you can also get a whole table as well. There will be live music, dinner provided by Big Fatty's BBQ, silent and live auctions, games, raffles, and much more. To see all the details and to get your tickets, make sure to click the link above. 

Sunday, April 21 - Depot Grill Dirty Brunch Car Show

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If you enjoy cars, this weekend is long overdue, as the first car show of the season is happening in Twin Falls. The Depot Grill Dirty Brunch Car Show is happening this Sunday and begins at 10 AM. There will be food, music, prizes, and of course cars. For more details on the event, make sure to click the link above. 

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Plenty is happening this weekend, and there is no reason to stay home, unless you want to. Get out and enjoy a car show, go to a birthday bash, go for a walk in women's shoes for a good cause, shop at a local small market, go to a vendor market, learn about riding and connecting with horses, spend time at a women's conference, or watch a play. Whatever you decide to do, have fun, be safe, and enjoy your weekend.

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