If you are looking for something to do this upcoming holiday weekend, you might want to take some time to visit Shoshone Falls.   City officials say the water flow is creating quite a show.  According to city records only twice before have the flows at the falls been greater during this time of year. Those record breakers occurred on Sept. 1, 1912 and in 1997 when flows hovered around 7,000  and 7,500 cubic feet per second . Currently flows are around 4,000 cfs. Twin Falls City Parks and Recreation Director Dennis Bowyer, says flows are expected to stay at about this level through the rest of 2011. The cost to visit is $3 per vehicle from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.