Looking for something fun to do in the Treasure Valley during your weekend? Every Thursday, I'll give you my pick of fun events you can attend to make the most of your weekend! From family outings to date ideas, to adventurous experiences, get a little bit of everything on Zizly's Weekend Guide.

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    National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

    The STIL - Boise

    Ice cream for breakfast? Yeah, apparently that's a thing every year on the first Saturday of February (I googled it), and I'm totally ok with that!

    To celebrate this fantastic holiday, you might want to head over to The Stil to enjoy some of their yummy ice cream and make a difference while you're there!

    From 9a-noon this Saturday (2/2), stop in and enjoy not just ice cream, but donuts from "Mission Donut , mimosas for the adults, coffee from Dawson Taylor Downtown, and juice for the kiddos!"

    Proceeds from the yummy event will benefit the local Ronald McDonald House.

    CLICK HERE for all the details.

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    Mommy & Me Craft Party

    Wood Creations Boise

    Love to craft? Then you'll want to take your little for a fun day of crafting for FREE!

    Wood Creations in Boise is offering a free Mommy & Me Craft Party, where you and your kiddo (4-10 years) can pick a fun Valentine's Day themed craft to make.

    Seats are limited and include the supplies and materials for your craft. If you're interested RSVP by January 31st
    Call or text Kristin @ 208-830-4430.

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    'Sensory Friendly JUMP'

    Urban Air Adventure Park

    Does your kiddo love to play but maybe is sensory sensitive or experience a special need? Well, the folks at Urban Air Adventure Park want to make sure they can have a day to suit their needs.

    They're hosting a 'Sensory Sunday' where kids can enjoy all the fun attractions at Urban Air WITHOUT the music and flashy lights.

    From 10a-12p on Sunday (2/3), your kiddo can have a fun time in a more controlled, relaxed environment. Get more details HERE.

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