Five Things You Should Do This Weekend in Boise

1. GO TO SHAKESPEARE
The weather is beautiful, and the curtain opens tonight for Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Check out our season preview. Or buy tickets to the weekend's opening play, “Romeo & Juliet,” here.

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2. EAT GREEK
Kabob, anyone? How about souvlaki? The annual Greek Food Festival is serving up music, crafts and a ton o' grub today and Saturday at the Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church. More information here.

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3. GO CAR CRAZY
Sweet vintage cars roll into Jerry’s State Court Cafe every Friday during summer for Friday Flameouts. Then things heat up at 8 p.m. for Hot Wheels Races and oldies DJ music.

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4. ROCK WITH BOB
Texas singer-songwriter Bob Schneider is a hard-touring dude. He’s also a rockin’, eccentric performer. Check him out with all the other diehard Bob fans Sunday night at Neurolux. Tickets are $18 at Ticketfly.

5. CHECK OUT LOCAL ART
For more than two decades, Art & Roses has showcased Idaho artists in Julia Davis Park. It runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Get all the details here.

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