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.
Shop, Dine & Play in Old Town Pocatello
Old Town Pocatello, Inc.
420 N Main St
Pocatello, ID 83204
6th Annual Urban Invasion Obstacle Challenge
5K, 20 obstacles, four person team race! Register today and don't miss the most exciting race filled with unexpected challenges and crazy obstacles! Proceeds benefit SEICAA's community projects.
Friday Art Walk May 4!
Old Town will be alive with crowds on May 4, as we host the May 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.
Opening Day Portneuf Valley Farmers Market
The Portneuf Valley Farmers Market will open for the 2018 season at 9am. Enjoy local, fresh produce and more every Saturday from 9am to 1pm at the Old Town Pavilion! And, every Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm May 23 through August 29 in conjunction with the Revive @ 5 Summer Concerts!
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