Carnegie Library, 101 N. Garfield Ave.
Built with a $12,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie (Pittsburgh, PA steel magnate and philanthropist), this was Pocatello's first library and an outstanding example of Palladian Villa architecture. The cornerstone was laid on October 16, 1907 and contains a letter from Carnegie, names of the mayor and city council members, coins of 1907, and copies of three local newspapers. A modern addition built in 1993 allows the historic library to continue to serve the community.
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Old Town Pocatello, Inc.
420 N Main St
Pocatello, ID 83204
February First Friday Art Walk February 2! Old Town will be alive with crowds on February 2nd as we host the February 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.
Find the perfect gift to make your Valentine very happy this year in Old Town Pocatello. Share the love and shop local!
Idaho Bridal Fair
The premier bridal show returns to Pocatello from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, March 3. Bridal registration and vendor registration is now open. Click here for details!
8th Annual Gate City Brewfest
It's time for the largest beer tasting event in our area! Old Town is the place to be for Gate City Brewfest. Buy your tickets today! Click here for details and tickets!
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