Kane Building, 315 W. Center St.

Built in 1914, this cream-colored brick building features a large, bracketed terra cotta cornice and a terra cotta parapet. It was designed by Pocatello architect Charles B. Onderdonk. The Kane Building was named after its original owner, James F. Kane, who came to Pocatello in 1890 and established the largest grocery store in the city. The building was the first in Pocatello to have a passenger elevator. 

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Old Town Pocatello, Inc.

420 N Main St

Pocatello, ID 83204

208.232.7545

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Revive @ 5 Summer Concerts Every Wednesday All Summer!

The Bannock Civitan Club hosts the weekly Wedneday night concerts from 5-8pm at the Old Town Pavilion.  Admission is free and all are welcome.   Click here to see this year's line up!

 

Portneuf Valley Farmers Market Open Saturdays 9am to 1pm!  The Market will be open on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm through the end of October. 

 

July First Friday Art Walk, July 7!   Old Town will be alive with crowds this Friday as we host the July First Friday Art Walk.  Don't miss this opportunity to view and experience art by local artists as well as regional and national artists. The walk includes over twenty businesses, restaurants and galleries, some with art on display, some with the artist on hand and some providing a live demonstration. Refreshments are always available. You may also find live music along the way. All local residents and visitors are welcome. There is no charge to attend monthly Art Walks. 

 

 

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