Valentine Building, 100 S. Arthur Ave.
Also designed by Frank Paradice and built in 1916, the Valentine Building is of Neoclassical Revival style. It is distinguished by the white terra cotta facades and fine details, and is one of the best examples in the state of a terra cotta facade. The Valentine Building was constructed to house the First National Bank. Carl Valentine was a sheep rancher, who through his banking and real estate activities, became one of the most prominent businessmen in Southeastern Idaho.
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420 N Main St
Pocatello, ID 83204
Registration is now open for this year's "Rudolph's A Night So Bright" Christmas Parade
Hosted by presenting sponsor ISU Credit Union, the traditional Christmas parade will begin winding it's way through Old Town Pocatello on Friday, November 29th at 6:30pm. Be sure to register your entry today by clicking here!
Small Business Saturday Candy Cane Event & Santa
Visit the shops and restaurants of Old Town to discover Candy Canes! To celebrate Small Business Saturday, 100’s of Candy Canes will be available as you shop, dine and play downtown. Some Candy Canes have a value, up to $100. The day will also feature visits and free photos with Santa at Station Square from 11am to 3pm. Throughout Old Town kids will enjoy cookies and milk, make-and-take crafts, and free trolley rides. It pays to shop small!
First Friday Art Walk
The December First Friday Art Walk will be held in locations throughout Old Town on Friday December 6. The festivities will begin at 5pm and will include local and regional art, live music, food, wine tasting and more. Plan now to come stroll through Old Town and enjoy the charm of our monthly Art Walk!
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