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.
Historic Downtown Pocatello
420 N Main St
Pocatello, ID 83204
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First Friday Art Walk
On Friday, February 5, you are invited to come Downtown and enjoy First Friday Art Walk. The festivities will begin at 5pm and will include local and regional art, live music, food, fashion and more. Plan now to come stroll through Downtown and enjoy the charm of our monthly Art Walk! Admission is free and so is the parking!
Easter Bunny Visits Downtown
The Easter Bunny will visit Historic Downtown Pocatello on Saturday, March 27. Watch for additional details as we get closer to March. We are planning photos and eggs in a safe and healthy format for the children in our community.
Idaho Bridal Fair
From 9am to 3pm we will showcase everything an engaged couple will need to plan the perfect wedding, honeymoon and future. From florists to jewelers, and from caterers to entertainment, local businesses will display their products and services designed to help orchestrate the day you will treasure forever. Guest and Vendor Registration is now open at www.idahobridalfair.com.
Relight the Night Historic Neon Sign Project
Relight the Night is in the process of raising funds for our next neon sign restoration. To help make this next sign relighting possible click on the Donate Now button below. Thank you!
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