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IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

JANUARY 2018

SOAK IN LOCAL

HOT SPRINGS

START OFF 2018 THE RIGHT WAY! -Fitness and healthful eating tips pg. 20 -Healthy snacks pg. 24

IN EVERY ISSUE

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory


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from the editor

PUBLISHER Mary McFarland EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Mary McFarland

Dear Readers,

H

appy New Year! I hope that 2017 was a great year for you and yours. I am looking forward to 2018. I am spending Christmas in Colorado with the kids and having a wonderful time. It’s brutally cold but we’re snuggling up by the fire and enjoying the beautiful snow. It’s hard to believe Cory is five, Locklan is three and baby Riggs will be one this month. Before I came to Denver, they all came to Idaho and Cory and “Lock” were finally old enough to go tubing at Eagle Island State Park at Gateway’s tubing hill. The first run they were holding onto mom and dad’s hands nervously looking down the hill but by the second run, they were on their own, insisting everyone watch as they barreled down the lanes. Smiles could not be bigger! If you haven’t gone yet plan to! You can reserve your time at Gatewayparks. com. Once again we’re featuring some of Idaho’s favorite hot springs. It’s a wonderful way to relax and enjoy the beauty of an Idaho winter’s day. Take a moment to check them out and plan your getaway. It’s NFL playoff time and my Steelers are looking strong. I am hoping for a championship playoff game between New England and Pittsburgh so the Steelers can enact some revenge on those dirty Patriots! Go Steelers! With temperatures dropping and snow falling remember your neighbors that may not be able to remove their snow. If you are able please take a few extra minutes and help your neighbors and consider how blessed you are to have the strength and health to help out. I hope 2018 is a blessed year for you and yours. Thank you once again thank you for including the Eagle Informer in your life!

Mary McFarland Editor & Publisher

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CREATIVE DIRECTOR/GRAPHIC DESIGN Kristina Case - Simply Graphic ADVERTISING SALES Mary McFarland

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• TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S •

2018

January FROM THE COVER 26

Idaho Hot Springs

24

Tasty & Healthy Snacks

30

Give a Living Gift

6

City Directory/Contributors

8

DIY: Ultimate Garage Cabinet

16

McCall Winter Carnival 2018

18

Eagle City News

20

Fitness Over 50: 5 Predictions for the Year

WORD FROM THE EXPERTS

24

Tasty & Healthy Snacks

30

Far West Landscape + Garden

28

NFL Playoffs

32

Eagle Animal

29

College Bowl/Football Quiz

22

At Your Service

32

Business Directory

38

Restaurant Directory

Cover photo by Jerry Venz, thestorytellersusa.com

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CONTRIBUTORS friday

FRIDAY

Kristina Case, GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Kristina earned an art degree over 18 years ago and has been doing her dream job since. Away from the computer, she enjoys spending time with her husband, kids & 3 dogs, trying new recipes, enjoying the outdoors & working on craft and home projects.

Dr. Frank Thomason WRITER

EAGLE CITY DIRECTORY Eagle City Hall 660 E Civic Lane/ 939-6813 Building Dept. 489-8760 Planning and Zoning 939-0227 Water Dept 489-8777

Important Numbers Eagle Historical Museum 67 E State Street/ 939-2669

Dr. Frank Thomason, editor of the weekly Valley Times newspaper. Dr. Thomason has been publishing and editing the Valley Times for over two decades. He is a published author and master historian, penning several local history books. Frank collaborates with the Eagle Informer weekly.

Mark Pyper

ENTHUSIASTIC BIKER + WRITER

Mark Pyper is a sports and biking enthusiast who can be seen around Eagle...on his bike.

Eagle Public Library 100 N Stierman Way / 939-6814 Eagle Chamber of Commerce PO Box 1300 / 939-4222 Eagle Senior Citizen Center 312 East State Street/ 939-0475 Ada County Sheriff’s Dept 377-6580 Eagle City Sheriff Substation 1121 E State Street Non emergency Dispatch 377-6790 Idaho Humane Society 343 3166 (Animal at large) Eagle Fire Dept 966 E Iron Eagle Drive 939-6463 Emergency dial 911 Allied Waste 345-1265 Dig Line 342-1585

Mark Butler

PREVIOUS CITY COUNCIL MEMBER

Mark Butler is a City Land Use Planner with over 20 years experience in both the public and private sectors. He served as the City of Eagle Zoning Administrator from 1995 to 2000 and served on the City of Eagle Design Review Board from 2007 to 2011 and currently serves as an Eagle City Councilman.

Eagle Sewer District 939-0132 City of Eagle Water Dept. 489-8777 United Water Co 363-1300 Eagle Water Co. 939-0242 Idaho Power 388-2323 Intermountain Gas 377- 6840

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Geoff Edwards FITNESS EXPERT

Geoff Edwards is the owner of Fit Over 50 Fitness, a personal training studio located at 395 W State Street suite B, in Eagle. Feel free to stop by for a free copy of his book Fit Over 50. More information can be found at FitOver50Fitness.com.


JANUARY MONDAY

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JANUARY TUESDAY

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10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TODDLER TIME Stories, songs and finger plays for children 18 months to 3 years 100 N. Stierman Way

NEW YEAR’S DAY 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108 6:00 PM – 8:45 PM LAST DAY! IDAHO BOTANICAL GARDEN Winter Garden Aglow 2355 Old Penitentiary Road

11:00 AM – 10:00 PM ASPEN LEAF YOGURT Get your punch card stamped twice for every yogurt purchased on Tuesdays! 396 S. Eagle Road 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EAGLE SENIOR CENTER LUNCH AND PINOCHLE Come early to socialize and meet new people. $4 donation requested 312 E. State Street 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN EVENT: CREATE A MEDITATION GARDEN 100 N. Stierman Way 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. First Tuesday Wine Tasting with Bren from Hayden Beverage 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 7:00 PM EAGLE STAMP AND POST CARD CLUB MONTHLY MEETING Eagle Methodist Church 651 N Eagle Road

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January

You Can Do It Yourself!

ULTIMATE GARAGE CABINET

Materials List

ITEM 2x4 x 16’ spf (spruce, pine, fir) lumber 2x2 x 16’ spf lumber
 2x4 x 8’ spf lumber
 2x2 x 8’ spf lumber
 4’ x 8’ x 1/2” plywood
 1x3 x 8’ trim board
 1x4 x 8’ trim board (trim to fit)
 1x4 x 16’ trim board 1x6 x 16’ trim board (rip to 4” width) 36” hollow-core bifold doors
 1-3/8” x 32” x 80” hollow-core doors 1/4” x 4” lag screws
 1/4” washers
 3” deck screws
 3” deck screws
 2” finish nails
 Hollow wall anchors
 6” x 5/16” hex head machine screws 4” x 5/16” hex head machine screws 5/16” hex head nuts
 5/16” washers
5/16” washers
 Construction adhesive
(tubes) 6’ shelf standards
 Shelf clips
 Johnson 2200-096 96” track* Johnson 2216 single wheel hanger* Johnson 2238 single wheel hanger* Johnson 2135 bypass door guide*

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I am all about a place for everything and everything in its place. Even better, everything in its place and out of sight! That’s why I was so thrilled to find the plans for this huge garage cabinet. It just takes basic building skills and tools. Head to Evan’s Building center for most everything you’ll need. I am planning to add a wall of pegboard inside one of the cabinet doors. Some of the hardware for this specific project can be ordered at Johnsonhardware.com

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Have the necessary tools for this DIY project lined up before you start—you’ll save time and frustration. • 4-in-1 screwdriver • Adjustable wrench • Air compressor • Air hose

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy Informer Pick the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy Informer the warm fire and hot chocolate. Pick Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MUSIC & RHYME 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814 Ext. 7

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM DISTRIBUTION DAY EAGLE FOOD BANK 149 W. State St

11:30 AM EAGLE LIONS CLUB MONTHLY MEETING Oak Barrel Eagle 1065 E. Winding Creek Dr.

11:15 AM – 11:45 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESCHOOL STORY TIME Enjoy stories, songs, and surprises. For children ages 3 – 5 100 N Stierman Way

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TALES TO TAILS Practice your reading skills -- read aloud to a friendly, attentive dog! Elementary-school-aged children are invited to sign up for 15-minute sessions at the Children’s Reference Desk. 100 N. Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:15 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Teens in middle and high school earn volunteer hours and assist the library. 100 N. Stierman Way

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BELLA AQUILA LIVE MUSIC Dinner service starts at 4:00 775 S Rivershore Lane/938-1900 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE LIVE MUSIC STEVE EATON All adult beverages on the menu are buying one get one free! 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

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6:30 PM -7:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOKS BEFORE BEDTIME Come in your jammies for a bedtime story 100 E Stierman

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9:30 AM – 8:30 PM GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. $15 lets you ride all day! Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

7:00 AM – 10:00 PM BOISE CO-OP FIRST FRIDAY Food samples, live music from 4:30 – 7:00 Huge sale 2350 N. Eagle Road OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-8002108

JANUARY

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10:00 AM NUTTY KNITTERS EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Learn new techniques and socialize while creating items to be donated to various charities. 100 N Stierman Way 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY READY, SET, SCHOOL! This new program combines fun with school readiness skills. Ages 3 - 5 years. 100 N Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK NON-PERISHABLE DONATIONS ACCEPTED Stop by the food bank and share your bounty with neighbors in need. Donations may be left at bins in the Main Fire Station, The Eagle Public Library & at Albertsons 149 West State Street 631-0702 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY SATURDAY STORIES AND MUSIC Children birth to age and older siblings welcome 100 N Stierman Way

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10:30 AM -11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY BABY READERS For babies, birth to 15 months of age and their caregivers. Enjoy stories, finger plays, and songs. There will be time after the program for the babies to play and the parents to socialize. 100 N Stierman Way 4:00 – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY KNEE DEEP IN LEGOS A weekly program for children aged 6 through 12 to use their creativity in building/designing with LEGOS. The program will be a mix of open play and topically directed. 100 N Stierman Way 6:00 PM EAGLE SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MONTHLY MEETING District Administration Office 44 N. Palmetto Ave., Eagle 939-0132  www.eaglesewer.com 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

JANUARY TUESDAY

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10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TODDLER TIME Stories, songs and finger plays for children 18 months to 3 years 100 N. Stierman Way 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM ASPEN LEAF YOGURT Get your punch card stamped twice for every yogurt purchased on Tuesdays! 396 S. Eagle Road 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EAGLE SENIOR CENTER LUNCH AND PINOCHLE Come early to socialize and meet new people. $4 donation requested 312 E. State Street 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eagle Public Library Alzheimer’s Support Group 100 N. Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 5:30 PM PRE COUNCIL 6:30 PM COUNCIL MEETING EAGLE CITY COUNCIL MEETING 660 East Civic Lane/ 939-6813

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JANUARY WEDNESDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM ALLIED WASTE/CITY OF EAGLE HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP-OFF Eagle Public Library Parking Lot 100 N. Stierman Way

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10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MUSIC & MOVEMENT 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814 Ext. 7 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TALES TO TAILS Practice your reading skills -- read aloud to a friendly, attentive dog! Elementary-school-aged children are invited to sign up for 15-minute sessions at the Children’s Reference Desk.

JANUARY THURSDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESCHOOL STORY TIME Join us for stories, songs, and surprises. For children ages 3-5 100 N Stierman Way 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM DAVINCI’S LIVE MUSIC AND WINE TASTING 190 E State Street 939-2500 Davincis2.com 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BELLA AQUILA LIVE MUSIC Dinner service starts at 4:00 775 S Rivershore Lane/938-1900 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE LIVE MUSIC WITH PAMELA DEMARCHE All adult beverages on the menu are buy one get one free! 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

4:15 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Teens in middle and high school earn volunteer hours and assist the library. 100 N. Stierman Way

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Stroll around McCall and take in all of the amazing snow sculptures, listen to live music, enjoy fireworks over Payette Lake and shop the many local vendors. SCHEDULE: Friday January 26th 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Beer Garden 6:30 PM Opening Ceremonies at Depot Park 6:30 PM Children’s Torchlight Parade 7:00 PM Fireworks over Payette Lake 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Main Stage Music at Depot Park Saturday January 27th 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Vendors Noon Mardi Gras Parade 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM Beer Garden 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Main Stage Music at Depot Park Sunday January 28th 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Vendors 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM MCPAWS Monster Dog Pull Friday February 2nd 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Beer Garden 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Main Stage Music at Depot Park Saturday February 3rd 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM Vendor Court 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Main Stage Music 6:30 PM Closing Ceremonies 7:00 PM Fireworks over Payette Lake 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Main Stage Music

Amazing ice sculptures, fireworks and more at the annual Winter Carnival!


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JANUARY SATURDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Informer Pick Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy Informer the warm fire and hot chocolate. Pick Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY READY, SET, SCHOOL! This new program combines fun with school readiness skills. Ages 3 - 5 years. 100 N Stierman Way

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK NON-PERISHABLE DONATIONS ACCEPTED Stop by the food bank and share your bounty with neighbors in need. Donations may be left at bins in the Main Fire Station, The Eagle Public Library & at Albertsons 149 West State Street 631-0702

8:00 PM – 10:30 PM BOISE CONTRA DANCE More details at Eagleinformer.com 893 E. Boise Ave, Boise

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The December 18th P&Z meeting included two public hearings:

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Eagle Arts Commission Opening

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The City of Eagle is seeking one (1) individual to fill an opening on the Eagle Arts Commission. The Arts Commission serves as an advisory role under the authority of the Mayor and City Council. Commission members actively promote, coordinate and strengthen public programs to further the artistic and cultural development of the City of Eagle. This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent confirmation of the City Council. 

 23,000 acre Backyard  Expansive Community Center  Indoor Heated Pool  Large Fitness Center  100 + Miles of Trails  7 Parks / 2 Playgrounds  Tennis Court  Basketball Court  Soccer Field  Baseball Diamond  Stocked Fishing Pond  Amphitheater for Events  25 sq. Miles of Open Space

Individuals will serve a three (3) year term on the Commission. The Commission regularly meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 8:30 a.m. Those who wish to serve on the Eagle Arts Commission are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Appointment form to City Hall at the above address. The Request for Appointment form can be found on the City’s webpage at www.cityofeagle.org. The deadline for submittal is no later than 5:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) on January 22, 2018

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A.  CU-10-17 – Hotel Use and Height Exception – Eagle River Hotel II, LLC: Eagle River Hotel II, LLC, represented by Tamara Thompson with The Land Group, Inc., is requesting conditional use permit approval for a four (4) story hotel including a height exception to 59-feet. The 2.86-acre site is located on Lots 14-16, Block 3, Mixed Use Subdivision No. 5, on the north side of East Riverside Drive on the northwest corner of East Riverside Drive and South Palmetto Drive. This item was continued from the November 6, 2017, Planning & Zoning Commission meeting. B.   CU-11-17 – Saint Alphonsus Hospital – Saint Alphonsus Health System: Saint Alphonsus Health System, represented by Brandon McDougald with Kimley Horn, is requesting conditional use permit approval to convert the existing Saint Alphonsus emergency medical facility to a full-service hospital with eight (8) exam rooms, an imaging department with X-Ray services, and eight (8) impatient beds. The 5.64acre site is located on the northeast corner of East Shore Drive and East Riverside Drive at 323 East Riverside Drive.

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TODDLER TIME Stories, songs and finger plays for children 18 months to 3 years 100 N. Stierman Way

MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY

11:00 AM – 10:00 PM ASPEN LEAF YOGURT Get your punch card stamped twice for every yogurt purchased on Tuesdays! 396 S. Eagle Road

Banks, City Hall and Library Closed

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EAGLE SENIOR CENTER LUNCH AND PINOCHLE Come early to socialize and meet new people. $4 donation requested 312 E. State Street 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY AFTER SCHOOL FUN Design a Crazy Hat 100 N. Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

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FITNESS OVER FIFTY

Happy New Year! 5 Predictions for the Year Ahead

Happy New Year! January is an exciting time – you have a clean slate to become who you want and accomplish what you want in the year ahead. In the world of fitness, this time of year means new faces and lives being changed. New Year’s magically pulls people to exercise – maybe you’re feeling the pull yourself.  Here are 5 predictions for the year ahead:  1. 2018 is the year that many will regain their health. Activity trackers continue to become the IN thing for helping people to move more.  The real food movement is taking the globe by storm as people turn away from fast and processed foods and return to wholesome, nutritious meals.  2018 will be the year that many people adopt a healthier lifestyle. 2. 92% of all New Year’s Resolutions will end in failure. While millions will start gung ho in January with lofty goals, the reality is that most will fail. Here’s why:  • They bite off more than they can chew.  • In all the excitement of becoming a better person and transforming their life in the New Year, they make the crucial mistake of committing too much. But reality soon sets in and they give up.  Want to be a part of the 8% who will achieve their resolutions?  Then set realistic goals.

• Instead of resolving to lose 50 pounds by June, commit to exercise 3-4 times each week.

• Instead of resolving to give up all carbs, commit eating healthier snacks.

• Instead of resolving to drop 3 sizes in 3 months, commit to

losing 1 pound each week until you reach your desired size.

• Instead of resolving to never eat out again, commit to

eating healthy all week and reward yourself with one meal out on the weekends.

successful person. Small changes done consistently will make a big difference. 3. I will help lots of new clients in 2018. At this time every year I am flooded with new, motivated Activity trackers help people move clients who more, and in 2018 they will remain are ready to change their a popular tool. lives. Starting in January and right through December, I will see these amazing people face their fears, dig in with determination and accomplish great things.  That’s why I love what I do so much.  4. Every single new client that sticks with my program in 2018 will transform their life.   When a new client comes in to share their goals, I put together a plan to make those goals a reality. Sure, you have to follow the plan, show up for workouts and change how you eat, but isn’t it worth the results?  And the results are all yours.  5. When you join my program your success is guaranteed.  My clients meet their goals – the only question for you is what are you waiting for?  I predict that 2018 will be an amazing year. Come prove me right :)  Call or email today and ask about our Fitness Jumpstart special!

Remember that the whole point of making a New Year’s Resolution is to become a healthier, happier and more

Geoff Edwards is the owner of Fit Over 50 Fitness, a personal training and group fitness studio located in Eagle that specializes in functional fitness training for those who want to enjoy an active lifestyle through their 50’s and beyond. More information can be found at FitOver50Fitness.com

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JANUARY WEDNESDAY

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JANUARY THURSDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MUSIC & RHYME 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814 Ext. 7

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM DISTRIBUTION DAY EAGLE FOOD BANK 149 W. State St

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TALES TO TAILS Practice your reading skills -- read aloud to a friendly, attentive dog! Elementary-school-aged children are invited to sign up for 15-minute sessions at the Children’s Reference Desk. 100 N Stierman 4:15 PM – 5:00PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Teens in middle and high school earn volunteer hours and assist the library. 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MAKER DAY Paper Circuits; light up some paper with copper tape and batteries 100 N. Stierman Way 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM DAVINCI’S LIVE MUSIC AND WINE TASTING 190 E State Street 939-2500 Davincis2.com 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BELLA AQUILA LIVE MUSIC Dinner service starts at 4:00 775 S Rivershore Lane/938-1900 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE Live Music with Sally Tibbs and Kevin Kirk All adult beverages on the menu are buy one get one free! 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 6:30 PM -7:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOKS BEFORE BEDTIME Come in your jammies for a bedtime story 100 E Stierman OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

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JANUARY FRIDAY

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JANUARY SATURDAY

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10:00 AM NUTTY KNITTERS EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Learn new techniques and socialize while creating items to be donated to various charities. 100 N Stierman Way

OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY READY, SET, SCHOOL! This new program combines fun with school readiness skills. Ages 3 - 5 years. 100 N Stierman Way

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY SATURDAY STORIES AND MUSIC Children birth to age and older siblings welcome 100 N Stierman Way

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK NON-PERISHABLE DONATIONS ACCEPTED Stop by the food bank and share your bounty with neighbors in need. Donations may be left at bins in the Main Fire Station, The Eagle Public Library & at Albertsons 149 West State Street 631-0702

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

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Tasty & healthy snacks New year, new start. Whether your New Year's resolutions include losing a few pounds or just eating healthier, here are some delicious snacks that won't cost you too many calories, and are really convenient. by Kristina Case

RX BAR

Loaded with protein, ingredients are listed on the wrapper, and available in yummy flavors like Chocolate Sea Salt, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Coconut.

Harvest Snaps

Matt's Munchies

Salty and crispy-it's a guilt free snack!

Tropical flavors and no added sugar.

SNAPEA ORIGINAL GREEN PEA CRISPS

ORGANIC FRUIT SNACK •200 calories

•210 calories

Justin's Nut Butter Snack Pack

HONEY PEANUT BUTTER BLEND WITH BANANA CHIPS

Easy convience and Justin's creaby butters is a perfect combination. •200 calories

Epic Provisions

SNACK STRIPS

Made with wild-caught, grass-fed and/or antibiotic-free proteins, and they’re light on salt and sugar and rich in flavor. • 45 Calories

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Angie’s

BOOMCHICKAPOP LIGHT KETTLE CORN Crispy, lightly sweet and a serving size is huge! • Per 3-¼ cups: 120 calories

4% YOGURT CUPS Siggi’s

No added sugars or sweetners and whole milk equal a creamy yogurt snack that is perfect for postworkout •140 Calories

Sargento

BALANCED BREAKS Natural White Cheddar Cheese with Almonds and Dried Cranberries these trays are perfect for on the go! •180 calories


JANUARY MONDAY

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10:30 AM -11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY BABY READERS For babies, birth to 15 months of age and their caregivers. Staff will present stories, finger plays, and songs. There will be time after the program for the babies to play and the parents to socialize. 100 N Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY KNEE DEEP IN LEGOS A weekly program for children aged 6 through 12 to use their creativity in building/designing with LEGOS. The program will be a mix of open play and topically directed. 100 N Stierman Way

JANUARY TUESDAY

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10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TODDLER TIME Stories, songs and finger plays for children 18 months to 3 years 100 N. Stierman Way 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM ASPEN LEAF YOGURT Get your punch card stamped twice for every yogurt purchased on Tuesdays! 396 S. Eagle Road 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EAGLE SENIOR CENTER LUNCH AND PINOCHLE Come early to socialize and meet new people. $4 donation requested 312 E. State Street 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP 100 N. Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY AFTER SCHOOL FUN Marble Art Elementary age 100 N. Stierman Way 5:30 PM PRE COUNCIL 6:30 PM COUNCIL MEETING EAGLE CITY COUNCIL MEETING 660 East Civic Lane/ 939-6813

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Soak Your Bones and Enjoy a Plethora of

IDAHO HOT SPRINGS Another great resource is The Complete Guide to Idaho Hot Springs by Doug Roloff, available on Amazon.com. The book features over 120 natural hot springs, GPS coordinates, comprehensive directions and descriptions. Several years ago I used this guide to visit dozens of springs within a few hours drive from Eagle. The springs below are private, commercial facilities within a few hours drive from Eagle. >> Visitidaho.org is also a good resource for maps and features.

PRIVATE POOLS THE SPRINGS Kirkham Hot Springs

The Springs in Idaho City has to be one of the nicest facilities in the State. With a beautiful mountain backdrop and top of the line amenities, it’s one of my all time favorites. They serve food, drinks, feature live music and excellent new dressing rooms. Reservations are easy to make online and highly recommended.

BY MARY MCFARLAND

Visit Thespringsid.com for hours and rates.

Idaho has so many hot springs it could take a lifetime to find them all. The amenities vary from zero, to a full on resort experience. There are public roadside pools, ski or snowshoe in hidden hideaways and full on private facilities available all over Idaho.

Location: Idaho City Directions: from Boise, head north on Highway 21 towards Idaho

Idahohotsprings.com lists most, if not all of the springs in the state by region. They also rate springs by amount of trash, water clarity and temperature. It seems a lot of people head up to the various springs, party and leave trash behind. They rightfully, suggest never bringing glass and stashing a spare trash bag to clean up on your way out. It’s a shame that a few people can be so careless. 26 JANUARY 2018 | www.eagleinformer.com

City. Prior to reaching Idaho City, look for the signed turnoff past mile marker 37

KIRKHAM HOT SPRINGS

Kirkham Hot Springs is nestled on the South Fork of the Payette River below a highway campground. Cross the bridge to Kirkham Campground and park at the west end. There is a short path that takes you down to the river. The springs are visible from the highway and are frequently filled with soaking, relaxed bodies. There are rock and sand pools with various steamy showers awaiting you. The campground nearby is usually full in the summer months so congestion is frequently high at that time.

Location: Southwestern Idaho, 4.2 miles east of Lowman on Highway 21.

Directions: Hwy. 21 to Lowman, turn left on the Banks-Lowman

Hwy. Or take Hwy. 55 north to Banks, turn right on Banks-Lowman Hwy.

Nearest City:Lowman


<< Left: The Springs in Idaho City offer a resort-like feel.

MIRACLE HOT SPRINGS Miracle Hot Springs is open year-round with 15 Private Hot Pools, 6 VIP Pools & 4 Outdoor Public Pools. The water is soft to the touch and naturally clean with a sensational alkaline pH of 9.6. Professional massage therapists are on site. There is a 10-unit RV park w/electricity & water and tent spaces. Miracle also offers overnight camping domes for rent and a 1000-sq. ft. event dome can be reserved for group activities.

Location: South Central Idaho, in Buhl Directions: 10 miles NW of Buhl, or 9 miles South of Hagerman on Hwy 30.

Nearest City: Hagerman

GIVENS HOT SPRINGS Natural hot water here has been a popular attraction for thousands of years. Long an Indian winter village site, the area was homesteaded in 1881 by Oregon Trail pioneers Milford and Mattie Givens. A pool and hotel were built around 1900 to accommodate travelers, Silver City miners seeking arthritis relief, and local residents coming out for diversion. The hotel burned down in 1939, and was replaced by cabins that are still in use today. The current poolhouse, built in 1952, replaced the early-1900’s structure. Givens celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2006, continuing a legacy of community involvement, family fun and lasting memories. The naturally soft water in the pool is maintained between 95-100 degrees, (cooler in the summer; warmer in the winter), enjoyable any time of the year. Givens is great location for family reunions, birthday parties, company picnics and informal gatherings. Boating and fishing are available 3 miles south on the nearby Snake River. Within a 45-mile radius of Givens there are two museums, Indian petroglyphs, ATV trails, and Silver City, an historic mining town. See ‘Places of Interest’ on Givens website.

Location: 11309 Hwy. 78, Givens Hot Springs, ID 83641 Directions: 11 mi. SE. of Marsing ID on Hwy. 78 Nearest City: Marsing See website-givenshotsprings.com

BANBURY HOT SPRINGS Banbury Hot Springs along the Snake River offers an outdoor pool fed by hot and cold natural artesian wells, hot baths and jacuzzis, campground facilities for RVs and tents, a picnic area and a boat ramp. It is a popular spot to soak in the Thousand Springs area.

BURGDORF

Accessible in winter only by snowmobile or cross-country ski. Burgdorf offers fifteen rustic cabins for rent ranging from 70 to 132 years old. Open all year.

Location: Southwestern Idaho, N. of McCall

Directions: From McCall, N. on Warren Wagon Road 30 miles to Burgdorf Junction and then left to the camp area. Snowmobile access only in winter.

Nearest City: McCall Phone: (208) 636-3036

THE BENEFITS Soaking in natural hot springs can help people recover from certain surgeries and control a number of conditions, including rheumatism, neuralgia, hypertension and skin diseases.

Location: Hwy 30, 10 mi N of Buhl Directions: Halfway between Buhl and Hagerman, look for the Banbury Sign on Hwy 30

*Thanks to Visitidaho.org

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EAGLE

Football JANUARY

playoffs

NFL playoffs

Keep track of the playoffs with this easy sheet. Fill in teams & dates. For up-to-date info, go to www.nfl.com.

WILD CARD GAMES JAN. 6-7

DIVISIONAL ROUNDS JAN. 13-14

AFC (fill in times and dates)

NFC (fill in times and dates)

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NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES JAN 21

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES JAN 21

50TH SUPER BOWL FEB. 4, 2018 4:30 PM


COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Outback Bowl Michigan vs. South Carolina Noon, ESPN2 Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl No. 12 UCF vs. No. 7 Auburn 12:30 p.m., ESPN Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta Citrus Bowl Presented by Overton's No. 14 Notre Dame vs. No. 17 LSU 1 p.m., ABC Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida

Jan. 8 College Football Playoff National Championship Presented By AT&T 8 p.m. ESPN Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta

3. Which team has been to the most bowl games? 4. Which team has the highest winning percentage in the FBS? 5. Which team has won the most overall conference championships? 6. This historic rivalry was born in 1890 when the Naval Academy defeated West Point, 24-0. Which team has more wins in the series? 7. Which school(s) have won the most Heisman Trophies? 8. In what year did Notre Dame legend, Joe Montana win his first Heisman Trophy?

TOP 10 COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAMS 1. Clemson 2. Georgia 3. Oklahoma 4. Alabama 5.Ohio State

6. Auburn 7. Wisconsin 8.UCF 9. Penn State 10. USC

Answers:

College Football Playoff at the Allstate Sugar Bowl No. 4 Alabama vs. No. 1 Clemson 8:45 p.m., ESPN Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans

2. Which team has had the most players drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft?

1. Michigan 2. USC 3. Alabama 4. Michigan

College Football Playoff at the Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual No. 3 Georgia vs. No. 2 Oklahoma 5 p.m., ESPN Rose Bowl Pasadena, California

1. Which team has the highest total of wins in the FBS?

5. Nebraska 6. Navy 7. Ohio State and Notre Dame

Jan. 1

Q U I Z

9seven each) 8. Never

COLLEGE BOWL GAMES

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Word from the Experts Landscape + Garden // FARWEST GARDEN CENTER

Unique Privacy Screening I

daho’s winter weather is a good time to re-design your outdoor living space on paper. Have you heard the old saying, “good fences make good neighbors”? Every family could use a little outdoor privacy to dine, to play and to be refreshed by nature in their backyard. In addition to traditional fences, you have multiple options to choose from when you consider screening poor views out and privacy into your landscape or patio. Here are some fun options to think about this cold January.

Rock Walls

Traditionally, rock walls have been one of two types mortared rocks, or dry stacked. Both versions are still quite popular and between the two, fit a variety of design styles. Gabion walls have been used for centuries. In fact, the term “gabion” is French, and dates to the mid 1600’s . Gabion walls are being used in residential landscapes now. An assortment of metal gauges and finishes can be used for the cages. There are many local rock sizes and colors that can be used to fill your privacy screen. We love the lavender plants growing in the windows in these gabion walls!

Notice the way the more open areas of the system combined with the living plants (herbs & perennials) lend a fresh feel to the space.

Outdoor Kitchen & Dining

Outdoor dining is an activity that many of us would prefer to do without an audience. Why not start with the necessary cookout and entertaining elements as the structural portion of a screen? This sets the dining area apart, creating a cohesive and well-designed private space without screaming “brick wall”. The chimney of this gorgeous fireplace, in combination with the lattice screens against a plant filled background creates a wonderfully cozy place to host intimate gatherings without neighbors peering in. What a great setting to enjoy the fire on cool evenings! Plan this month for your 2018 landscape make-over and be able to enjoy your new yard by summer time. FarWest’s Landscape Team can help you create the privacy screen of your dreams. Call us: 208-918-0967.

Living Walls

Living walls can be constructed in many ways, and with many different plants. The pockets in the example on the right contain an entire herb garden. What a terrific way to screen your patio, enjoy the natural aromas, and have seasonings handy for the grill! The pockets hold soil and plants in, yet allow for drainage. A drip line irrigation system for watering could be installed, or you might enjoy the relaxing act of hand watering with the gentle spray of a hose.

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Does your landscape need blocks of screening in certain areas? The versatile screening system below is a great way to block particular areas completely with the corrugated metal, lightly screen with the planter boxes, and allow airflow through some spaces with horizontal wood slats. 30 JANUARY 2018 | www.eagleinformer.com

Bulk Mulch + Soil Delivery 7 Acre PlAnt nurSery lAnDScAPe DeSign + inStAllAtion 41 Years Serving the Treasure Valley

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

Informer Pick

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MUSIC & MOVEMENT 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814 Ext. 7 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:15 PM – 5:00PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Teens in middle and high school earn volunteer hours and assist the library. 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814

JANUARY THURSDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108

Informer Pick

9:15-11:30 AM MOPS-MOTHERS OF TODDLERS Connect with other moms through education, discussion and crafts while your children (newborn through kindergarten) attend our MOPPETS program. Eagle Nazarene Church, 1001 E State Street Email eaglemops@hotmail.com www.eaglemops.org 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION 149 W. State St 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESCHOOL STORY TIME Join us for stories, songs, and surprises. For children ages 3-5 100 N Stierman Way 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM DAVINCI’S LIVE MUSIC AND WINE TASTING 190 E State Street 939-2500 Davincis2.com 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BELLA AQUILA LIVE MUSIC Dinner service starts at 4:00 775 S Rivershore Lane/938-1900 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE Live Music with Sally Tibbs and Kevin Kirk All adult beverages on the menu are buy one get one free! 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

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Word from the Experts Veterinary // EAGLE ANIMAL CLINIC

Winter Pet Care Tips

W

inter, even with its cold temperatures and snow, is a beautiful time of year; however, it can be tough on our pets, especially for older cats and dogs. Rather they live outside fulltime or they just spend a hour or two outside playing, the following are some helpful tips to make sure that you pet stays happy and comfy all winter long.

• For pets that stay outdoors, provide adequate shelter from the cold wind, rain, sleet, snow and freezing temperatures. A dog (or cat) house should be no larger that three times the size of the pet and the doorway (covered with a flap) should be just big enough for you pet to enter. Keep the shelter a few inches off of the ground and add insulation underneath to help keep your pet warm (make sure that the insulation is sealed away so your pet can’t eat it). Another option is to provide your pet access to your garage via a pet door. If the garage is not heated, you may still need to provide a smaller shelter within to provide adequate warmth for your pet. • Pets that are kept primarily indoors may not develop a proper winter hair coat. If they are going to be spending more than 15 minutes outside in the cold, consider fitting them with a coat or jacket, especially if you have a smaller, short haired breed. • Feed a high quality pet food to meet your pet’s increased nutritional needs during the colder weather. Pets kept outside require a larger volume of food in the winter months since keeping themselves warm burns lots of calories. Be sure to provide fresh, unfrozen water for your pet (a heated water bowl works well). Instead of metal bowls, use porcelain so pet’s tongues won’t stick to them. • Senior pets may need special care during the colder months. If your pet is having difficulty getting up or walking with a stiff gait, contact your veterinarian as there are several medications available that help minimize severe arthritis pain and keep your pet comfortable. • Continue your pet on year round heartworm flea and tick preventative. Heartworm medications kill immature stages of the heartworm as they travel through the body, but they also kill several other internal parasites as well. Parasites drain blood, protein, and energy from our pets causing an additional burden during the winter months. While ticks are typically dormant now, we see more fleas during the 32 JANUARY 2018 | www.eagleinformer.com

months of October though January than any other time of the year. • Antifreeze is lethal to both cats and dogs. It’s sweet tasting and ingesting even a minute amount can prove deadly. If you suspect your pet has ingested antifreeze, contact you veterinarian immediately! • Double check the de-icing products that you use on your sidewalk and driveway to make sure they are pet safe. • Remember that cats like to sleep close to warm car engines. Check to see where you outdoor kitty is and honk you horn before starting the car. Winter is a beautiful time of year and we are often surrounded by the comfort of our family and friends during the holiday seasons. With a little extra attention, you can ensure that your pet is warm, healthy, and comfortable all winter long too!

KATIE WRIGHT, DVM KATHI BERMAN, DVM AMBER CRAFT, DVM Eagle Animal Clinic is a well-established, full service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive MEDICAL, SURGICAL, and DENTAL CARE.

WE LOVE YOUR PETS!

344 W. State Street 208-938-3383 www.eagleanimalclinic.com Regular check-ups help M-F: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm prolong their life. Sat: 8:30 am - 1 pm CLOSED SUNDAYS


JANUARY FRIDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-8002108

Informer Pick

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY READY, SET, SCHOOL! This new program combines fun with school readiness skills. Ages 3 - 5 years. 100 N Stierman Way

JANUARY SATURDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-8002108

Informer Pick

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK NON-PERISHABLE DONATIONS ACCEPTED Stop by the food bank and share your bounty with neighbors in need. Donations may be left at bins in the Main Fire Station, The Eagle Public Library & at Albertsons 149 West State Street 631-0702

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EAGLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Eagle Informer’s exclusive business directory is a great way for your business to get exposure to everyone in Eagle. Email press@mytowninformer for more information.

LES SCHWAB TIRE CENTER

EAGLE PEDIATRICS

DENTAL ARTISTRY

EAGLE EYE BARBER

Alan P Miller, M.D. 939-4880 | 125 N Stierman Way Suite A Specializing in the care of infants, children and adolescents.

1467 E Iron Eagle Dr. | 938-7946 “If we can’t guarantee it, we won’t sell it.”

Dr. Michael Seyler DDS 45 W Cottonwood Court | 939- 3113 Family Dentistry and comprehensive esthetic dentistry

603 E. State St. | 938-9091 Tailored and Customized just for men and boys. Old fashion service, fresh modern atmosphere.

D

EAGLE

DAN STREEBY DDS

450 West State Street|939-0660 Pediatric Dentistry All aspects of infant and children’s dental care right here in Eagle www.danstreeby.com

EAGLE TENNIS CLUB

1650 E. Riverside Drive, | 208-938-3015 Tennis, fitness and fun! 12 indoor climate controlled courts, tennis programs for all ages, daily juniors’ programs, courtside eats and drinks. Sign up now for early discounts.

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EYE

BARBER

DENTAL ARTISTRY Michael J. Seyler, DDS

EAGLE ANIMAL CLINIC

Dr. Katie Wright Dr. Kathi Berman Dr. Amber Craft 344 W. State St. | 938-3383, www.eagleanimalclinic.com Open Mon -Fri 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, Sat 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

UPS STORE

372 South Eagle Rd. 938-1478 | fax:938-9794 mail: store3768@theupsstore.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/3768 Whether you need to ship a package, print documents, mail letters, make copies, have a fragile item packed, open a mailbox, or pack & ship something big- we’ve got you covered.


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10:30 AM -11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY BABY READERS For babies, birth to 15 months of age and their caregivers. Staff will present stories, finger plays, and songs. There will be time after the program for the babies to play and the parents to socialize. 100 N Stierman Way 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY KNEE DEEP IN LEGOS A weekly program for children aged 6 through 12 to use their creativity in building/designing with LEGOS. The program will be a mix of open play and topically directed. 100 N Stierman Way

JANUARY TUESDAY

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10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TODDLER TIME Stories, songs and finger plays for children 18 months to 3 years 100 N. Stierman Way 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM ASPEN LEAF YOGURT Get your punch card stamped twice for every yogurt purchased on Tuesdays! 396 S. Eagle Road 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EAGLE SENIOR CENTER LUNCH AND PINOCHLE Come early to socialize and meet new people. $4 donation requested 312 E. State Street 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EAGLE FOOD BANK Food distribution night 149 W. State Street

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FINER FRAMES

STORAGE 55

EAGLE LANDSCAPE

POLARIS LEARNING CENTER

EAGLE ADVENTIST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL & PRESCHOOL

GRAEAGLE WINDOW CLEANING COMPANY

PRIORITY ELECTRIC INC.

CATALYST GROUP

164 E State St | 888-9898 www.finerframes.com Conservation/Framing Our satisfaction comes from making art meaningful to people.

3931 N. Ballantyne Ln | 939-8723 www.eaglelandscape.com Complete landscape and design since 1978

538 W. State Street | 939-5544 NAEYC accredited preschool and child care (full time or part time), Kindergarten through 8th grade Christian education, before/after school care with busing available to local public schools.

1045 S. Ancona Ave. #120 I 585-3477 Tom Jenkins-573-8446 Ryan VanMetre-891-2800 Call us today for all your electrical needs. Licensed • Insured • 24-hour Service

PRINT WORKS COMPANY

650 E State St | 939-7091 PrintworksIdaho@gmail.com www.printidaho.com Serving Eagle's printing and copy needs for over 20 years! Professional printing and design, and your source for Copies • Printing • Business Cards, Brochures & Flyers • Stationery • Promotional Items

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2835 Hill Rd / off Highway 55 | 938-4455 Fully gated, code entry only, 24 hr remote access w/ heightened security. No long term contracts, auto debit. Manager on site.

Four locations! 1323 East Iron Eagle Drive | 938-9830 6224 Birch Lane Nampa |208-466-1322 1096 E. Fairview Ave | 629-7451 3125 W. Belltower Dr. Meridian | 297-7670 Furthering the social, emotional, and developmental potential of each child within the center. We have a great program for children of all ages.

761-7000 www.GraeagleWindowCleaning.com Call today for a free quote. Fully Insured | Professional | Meticulous We stand behind our work.

Keller Williams-Stacy Bahrenfuss | 208-373-1073 The Catalyst Group is clearly in a league of its own. Our success is due to hard work, having integrity, and putting our clients interest first. We make real estate deals happen, always trying to be a part of the solution; facing challenges head on, and focusing on the positive.

CASCADE RAFT AND KAYAK

7050 HWY 55, Horseshoe Bend, ID| 208-793-2221 www.CascadeRaft.com Located only 30 minutes from Eagle Bringing families together, one splash at a time!


NORTHWEST PETS

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3060 E. State Street | 939-8119 www.northwestpets.com The Ultimate Outfitter for Four-Legged Friends™, carrying the best pet food and quality supplies for dogs and cats since 2005. Self-service dog wash, too!

MILES MASSAGE THERAPY | DOUG MILES 82 E State St., Suite D | (208) 440-0073 www.MilesMassageTherapy.com

Feel better today with a therapeutic massage from Doug. With 13 years experience, Doug can help you reach your goals, whether it's relaxation, sports performance, posture, or pain relief. Easy Online Booking

CUSTOM CARE CLEANERS

228 Plaza St. | 939-4603 Fine Dry Cleaning & Alterations • Super Convenient • High Quality • Superior Spot Removal • Environmentally Safe • On Site Alterations “NEW Odorless Dry Cleaning” Free Pick up & delivery

SPEECH TREE | Shari Doke

MA, CCC-SLP 935 Winding Creek Drive, Suite 120 | 938-4748 sharidoke@cableone.net Specializing in Pediatric Speech Therapy

JANUARY WEDNESDAY

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OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS GATEWAY PARKS AT EAGLE ISLAND Tubing, snowboarding and skiing, enjoy the warm fire and hot chocolate. Reserve your time at Gatewayparks.com 165 S. Eagle Island Parkway, 208-800-2108 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY MUSIC & RHYME 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814 Ext. 7 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM RICE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN CUISINE HAPPY HOUR! Save on appetizers and drinks. 228 E Plaza Drive 939-2595 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TALES TO TAILS Practice your reading skills -- read aloud to a friendly, attentive dog! Elementaryschool-aged children are invited to sign up for 15-minute sessions at the Children’s Reference Desk. 100 N Stierman 4:15 PM – 5:00PM EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Teens in middle and high school earn volunteer hours and assist the library. 100 N. Stierman Way 939-6814

SANDRA CLAPP

1025 S. Bridgeway Place #180 | 938-2660 www.clapp-legal.com Specializing in Wills, Trusts, Probate, Business Formation, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Marital Agreements and Asset Protection.

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EAGLE DINING GUIDE Your Eagle restaurant resource Italian

Frozen Yogurt

Aspen Leaf Frozen Yogurt

Bella Aquila

With 16 flavors and fresh fruit and candy the combinations are endless! Bring in this ad for $1 off your minimum $5 purchase www.aspenleafyogurt.com 396 S Eagle Road 939-9929 M-Th 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11 Sun 11-10

Fresh made pasta, local ingredients and best patio in the Valley. Enjoy lunch and dinner with a full bar and extensive wine list. Happy hour 4-6 775 S Rivershore Ln. 938-1900 Lunch and Dinner Daily Sunday Brunch 10 – 2 bellaaquilarestaurant.com

Grab-And-Go Deli

Italian

Boise Co-Op Deli

Made to order sandwiches, burritos, rice bowls, pizza, plus an awardwinning hot bar and salad bar using only organic produce and grains. 7 am to 8 pm 2350 N Eagle Road 208.809.2200

Teriyaki

Happy Teriyaki

Come in and try our Happy Teriyaki Bowl or any of our delicious beef, chicken, or pork bowls. We promise: you’ll be happy that you did. M - T 11:00am - 9:00pm, F - S 11:00am - 9:30pm ilovehappyteriyaki.com 664 S. Rivershore Ln. #160 629-2132 38 JANUARY 2018 | www.eagleinformer.com

Coffee, Pastries & Lunch

Café Crane

The Valley’s best cup of coffee, pastries, famous cinnamon rolls and now serving lunch. M-F 6:30 am to 5 pm Sat - 7 - 4 pm Sun 7 - 3 pm 3130 E State Street #105 938-7790 www.cafecrane.com

Donuts

DK Donuts

Davinci’s

The Local's Italian Restaurant Enjoy fresh baked bread and Eagle's favorite house salad with every meal. Bar opens daily at 4:00, dining room at 5:00. davincis2.com 190 E State St 939-2500

Fine Dining

Le Coq d'Or

Experience fine European cuisine with Chef Franck Bacquet at the new Chateau des Fleurs. Featuring local and European ingredients. Live dinner jazz every Thursday. Open Tu-Th 5-9 and Fri-Sat 5-10. 176 S Rosebud Lane 947-2840 chateaueagle.com

Serving the best freshest donuts and espresso in town! Think of DK for the office gang! Hours Monday – Saturday 5:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sundays 5:00 AM – 1:00 PM

391 W. State Street 629-7812

Restaurant & Lounge

Oak Barrel of Eagle

Known for our fine wines and fresh cuisine, enjoy trout, rack of lamb, Double R Beef, sandwiches, burgers, fresh salads and homemade soups. Full Bar, Live Music every weekend. Open for lunch and dinner 11AM 10PM daily. Let us cater your next event. www.oakbareelofeagle.com

1065 E Winding Creek 938-3010


EAGLE DINING GUIDE New York Style Deli

On A Roll

Open Tuesday – Saturday Breakfast & Lunch 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Tuesdays are Senior Discount Day (55+ years)- receive 20% discount Call in orders lunch order from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm 257 E. State Street 761-5225 www.on-a-roll-deli.com

Pizzeria Grill & Bar

Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill

Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill is a casual, family restaurant located in downtown Eagle. Our extensive menu features unique pizzas & pastas, delicious salads, sandwiches, grilled steaks, burgers & more. 127 E. State Street/939-0212 smokymountainpizza.com

Contemporary Asian Cuisine

RICE

Rice Contemporary Asian Cuisine hosts a full bar with many Best of Boise awards, including Best Martini, Prawn Bloody Mary and Bartender. Happy Hour Daily/Buy 1 get 1 Free drinks Thursday 6-9pm. 939-2595 228 E. Plaza St

Mission Style Burritos

Taco Del Mar

We offer tacos, burritos, nachos and more. Also available: vegetarian, msg free, and gluten free options. 2976 E State Street, Eagle 938-0003 13613 W. McMillan, Boise 939-4750

Chocolate

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Cocoa, Scrumptious Dipped Apples, Boxed Chocolates…if it’s chocolate, it’s at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Located at Aspen Leaf Yogurt next to Albertsons on Eagle Road. 939-9929

Billard's

The Gathering Place at Orville's Rack up a game of billiards, challenge your friends at shuffleboard! Enjoy cold drinks, 19 beers on tap, 5 big screen TV's and all your favorite games! 50 Easte State Street 230-1180 M-F 3pm-2 am, Sat 11 am - 2am

Teriyaki Rice Bowls

RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW! FOR ONLY $85 PER MONTH Zen Bento

Teriyaki Rice Bowls unlike any other. Chicken.Beef.Salmon.Ahi.Tofu … prepared fresh with wellness in mind. Delicious (and nutritious.) Eagle 342 E State St 938-4277 Boise 1000 W Main St 388-8808

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2017

u o y k n a h T IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

JANUARY 2017

IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

FEBRUARY 2017

Winter

Get out of the cold and enjoy a nice hot soak!

MARCH 2017

20 years and still going strong see pg. 20

Save time & make

Organize your home office

ORGANIZE, DONATE, DISPOSE

Spring clean-up!

Festive recipes for

ST. PATRICKS DAY

JANUARY FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Take a Meal to a FRIEND IN NEED

Grow your own potatoes!

Local Easter Services pg.18

IN EVERY ISSUE

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory pg. 36-40

Start your garden indoors! A happy swimmer at Burgdorf Hot Springs

IN EVERY ISSUE

APRIL 2017

JoAnn's Iris Garden

Freezer Meals

IN THIS ISSUE HOW TO MAKE A SMOOTHIE BOWL

IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

CLEAN

Forcing bulbs indoor for spring color

Hot Springs

IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

THE NEW WAY TO

Blooms

Idaho's

for having us in your home and business in 2017. We look forward to 2018!

Hyacinth preparing to bloom IN EVERY ISSUE

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory pg. 36-43

IN EVERY ISSUE

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory pg. 36-40

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory pg. 36-43

IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

AUGUST 2017

Western Idaho STATE FAIR Animal shows, 4-H, food and fun!

IN THIS ISSUE

Build a sandbox | Churn vs. No Churn Ice Cream | Layered Landscape Design

IN EVERY ISSUE

IT’S IN THE INFORMER.

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory pg. 36-40

OCTOBER 2017

FALL FUN!

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes Make your own

COFFEEHOUSE DRINKS

Cycling Without Age in Eagle pg. 16

IN EVERY ISSUE

Event calendar + Restaurant & Business Directory

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