Welcome to the Weekend Roundup! Every week we’ll share different and fun things to do throughout the upcoming weekend. Finding things to do every weekend can be difficult. Let us do the work for you! Here are three fun events that are happening this weekend:
Pinterest Paradise Market
Pinterest lovers everywhere: the app comes to life this weekend at East Idaho’s biggest spring craft fair! This Saturday, enjoy crafts from other like-minded individuals from all over the region. Get inspired and meet a ton of people who are also (p)interested in design, crafts, and much more. There will be giveaways every 30 minutes and you can expect to see some of Idaho’s best vendors there. Learn more at their Facebook event.
Date & Time: April 21, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Hillcrest High School in Ammon
The Ultimate Show for Women and Girls
Join women from all over east Idaho this weekend to celebrate “all things women”! This event spreads over two days and will feature vendors, demonstrations, and much more. Some of the main focuses of the show will be: Fashion, Beauty, Health & Wellness, Travel & Vacation Planning, and Food. Also, on Saturday only, FREE ultrasounds will be available to expectant mothers courtesy of The Healing Sanctuary and Dr. Jeff Baker, OB/GYN. Younger girls can also have fun at the Little Princess Make Over & Fun Zone. Learn more by checking out their Facebook event.
This is the greatest show!
Tickets: $5 Adult; $3 (Ages 4-17) Free (3 & under)
Date & Time: April 20-21, Noon to 8 p.m. (Friday); 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Saturday)
Location: Pinecrest Event Center
You’ve seen the movie — now see the classic story brought to the stage right in Idaho Falls! You’ll fall in love with theater and Baby and Johnny all over again. Even though it’s on Monday, it still makes for a fantastic date night that you won’t want to miss. Also, sing along to hits you know by heart such as “Hungry Eyes” and “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” and remember, nobody puts Baby in the corner.
Tickets: $60 – $75
Date & Time: April 23, 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Location: Civic Center for the Performing Arts