10 Twin Falls Events This Month You Definitely Don’t Want To Miss
It is starting to feel a little bit more like spring in the area. With the somewhat warmer temperatures this month, a lot of events are starting up. This month alone seems to have a ton of events going on. Here are 10 events you don't want to miss this March.
Magic Mountain Ski Resort has one more night of cosmic tubing guaranteed. Saturday, March 5th at Magic Mountain Ski Resort from 6 pm - 8 pm. Limited tickets will be sold.
Saturday, March 5th starting at 1 pm you can go to the Twin Falls Senior Center and have a full day of fun. The Escapuary, Idaho Battlefields, Twin Blades Axe Throwing and Porked Out will be combined for a full day of fun in one spot.
On Friday, March 4th from 9 pm - 11 pm you can go to Jump Time for an 18 and older night. Go have a few drinks, get a little exercise and have a lot of fun.
Tag Em Up is having a laser tag tournament. The event is Sunday, March 6th at Eat, Sleep, Grind, Repeat from 11 am to 5 pm
Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th are the College of Southern Idaho Intercollegiate rodeo. Go cheer on the CSI rodeo team as they compete against teams from other states.
Lost Wages Casino Night in Twin Falls will be Friday, March 11th at the Turf Club. The event is from 7 pm to 10 pm. It cost $25 dollars to get in and the money goes to the Optimist club.
The Magic Valley Gem and Mineral show is Saturday and Sunday, March 12th and 13th at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds. Ticket prices are $2 dollars for admission.
March 17th is St. Patrick's Day. Every year there is always something fun going on downtown. We are unsure at this point if there will be a parade but we will get more information as it becomes available. Either way there are some great deals.
March 19th at the Buhl West End Senior Center there is a breakfast and gun show. The doors open at 8 am and it is a $3 dollar cover charge. All proceeds helps meals on wheels program.
At the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds on March 26th and March 27th. General admission is $6 dollars. The event starts at 9 am both Saturday and Sunday.