Events listed may require registration. Contact the centers for more information: Idaho Falls Senior Citizens Center, 535 W. 21st St., 208-522-4357, or, Shelley Senior Center, 193 Pine St., 208-357-3621,

‘Dixit Dominus’The Chamber Choir of Idaho, Anam Cara, joins the Brigham Young University-Idaho Baroque Ensemble to perform George Frideric Handel’s “Dixit Dominus” at AmeriHealth, 665 John Adams Parkway. The performance at 4 p.m. requires no admission fee, but donations are appreciated to an…

Symphony performanceTo commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Idaho Falls Symphony and the Idaho National Laboratory, a celebratory production begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Civic Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S. Holmes Ave. Educational displays related to the INL’s space battery…

This weekend is one for the kids with the fall opening of the popular U-Pick Red Barn, a family friendly BMX show, kids fair and car show.

Music flows through the city with County Line at Frosty Gator and the Idaho Falls Symphony performing at Freeman Park.

If you’re looking to avoid the traffic and the camping crowd, we’ve spotlighted these area events to fulfill the long weekend.

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The Idaho Falls River Walk is the place to be with the annual Duck Race along with the recurring Farmers Market. Both events are free to attend and offer our community family friendly fun.

■ ECKANKAR “Transform Your Life” Workshop, 3-4 p.m. Aug. 10, Idaho Falls Activity Center North Room, 1575 N. Skyline Drive, or call 1-800-568-3463.

Whether your interests are in technology, model planes, barbies, local wares or outdoor recreation, our area offers family friendly activities to brighten the summer day, no matter what the weather!

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Play in the clay at one at one of the classes at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho with classes geared for both adults and children 4-9.

With the weather forecast predicting warmer temperatures, outdoor enthusiasts are encouraged to enjoy the snow while it lasts.

Skate your way into Christmas with Santa at the ice arena or take a sleigh ride through the winter palace of LaBelle Lake in Rigby.

‘Tis the season of family, food and fun, get prepared and create memories by visiting Santa or gifting a homemade craft.

Our community doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the arts. Visit the local art museum and get ready for Christmas, or view the performances of professionals in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” or the Dancing with the Blackfoot Stars amateurs.

Holiday shopping is in full swing. Local options include ARTmart at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho and craft fairs at Bonneville and Thunder Ridge high schools.

It’s a good time to take the family out to experience the friendly side of Halloween with the Pumpkin Walk kickoff event, Pumpkin Hollow or Pumpkin Fest in the Upper Valley.

AREA VI AGENCY ON AGING VOLUNTEER OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM: Volunteer public advocates needed for residents in long-term care settings. Training provided, 208-522-5370 ext. 1028.