Old Town Pocatello is the perfect place to explore and learn more about Pocatello’s history! There’s always something to do, and a new favorite pastime to be discovered! Here are a few of the major things to do:
Revive at 5 Summer Concerts
Located in the heart of Old Town at Old Town Pavilion, 420 N. Main Street, “Revive at 5” is a summer favorite! Starting in the last week of May, summer concerts begin to take place every Wednesday from 5-8 PM. There’s always great food to go hand-in-hand with the live music. It’s a great event for the entire family to enjoy!
First Friday’s Art Walk
On the first Friday of each month, Old town hosts art walks that feature local and regional artists. The walk includes local businesses, restaurants, and, of course, art! Everyone is welcome–at no cost, whatsoever! The next opportunity to attend First Friday Art Walk is July 1st!
Art Walk guides are available the Thursday before at: http://www.oldtownpocatello.com
Marshall Public Library
Located at 113 South Garfield Avenue, Marshall Public library has been a key feature in the Pocatello community for over 100 years. They have a wide variety of books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, newspapers, and audiobooks.
The library is open 66 hours each week to meet the needs of the community. Their hours of operation are:
Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For any questions on future events, library cards, or anything else, you can call: (208) 232.1263
Located at 300 Block S. Main Street, Dudunake Park is the perfect park for a jog or playing with the young ones (animals are welcome!) A unique aspect of this park is that it has a 10-foot tall working sundial!
Gate City Brewfest
This event brings people from all around the area! It always takes place the second Saturday of March. The 2017 date is set for March 11th from 1 PM to 6 PM. This day features over 70+ beers in 18 different locations. All while enjoying great food and live entertainment!
Tickets are $25 dollars and will be available during December!
Located behind the North Union Pacific Avenue, there is an exclusive park for all of your furry best friends to come run and play! Bark Park is the first of many future community dog parks in Pocatello.
All of the dogs must be licensed, vaccinated, and healthy! You cannot leave your dog alone, and they must be leashed when entering and exiting the park.
You can find more “must-do’s” at: http://www.oldtownpocatello.com/do-1/shop-dine-play/