Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra performs concert

Kevin Call, the Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra director (incognito as Darth Vader), poses with concertmaster Richard Ferguson in advance of Wednesday’s concert, “May the Fourth,” scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in the Rexburg Tabernacle. The concert will feature a music medley from “Star Wars.” courtesy photo

“Dreams of spring and summer” is the theme of the Wednesday concert of the Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra.

Rawhide Rendezvous preserves Western art form

Jeff Minor (right) tests the hair release on this hide, that has been heated in water to 137 degrees for several minutes. The heated water helps release the hair from the hide. Minor is teaching a class on hide preparation as Jon Mendiola (left) and Paul Messick watch on. Ilona McCarty for the Post Register

SALMON — More than a dozen rawhide craftsmen from Idaho gathered here this past weekend to trade secrets and bolster skills tied to an art that harkens to a bygone era in Idaho and across the American West.

Ready for their closeup

Musicians with Yesterday and Today (The Interactive Beatles Experience) perform at the Colonial Theater during the 2013-2014 season. The group’s set list for the night is made up entirely from the audience’s requests, “guaranteeing that the show is different every time you see it,” its Facebook page said. courtesy David Epps

The Idaho Falls Arts Council is turning 25 and it’s celebrating that milestone with a “Live at 25” variety show featuring performances from the best the region has to offer.

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