Summer brings Movie Night on Main back to Spanish Fork, and you won’t want to miss this year’s line-up! Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, and bug spray out to City Park. You can grab a spot on the lawn and share a fun evening under the stars.The movies this year include Follow Me Boys, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Maleficent, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Wonder, Spider-Man Homecoming, COCO, Cars, Enchanted, and Cars 3.Sponsored entertainment starts at 7:30 p.m. The

Young and old alike will love Idaho Falls’ special Movies in the Park event! This annual tradition brings some great family-friendly entertainment to Freeman Park. Because of generous sponsors, the movies—and classic movie treats— are free!A different movie plays the 2nd and 4th Friday of June, July, and August. They’re shown next to the Bandshell in the Park beginning at sunset. You can also come down about two hours before the movie to enjoy the pre-show activities. The fun includes games,

Movies in the Park is one of Idaho Falls’ favorite summer traditions, and the line-up this year is better than ever! Every 2nd and 4th Friday of June, July, and August, come down to Freeman Park to enjoy these free outdoor movies.
The schedule is as follows:
June 8th – Peter Rabbit (PG)
June 22nd – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (PG-13)
July 13th – Coco (PG)
July 27th – E.T. (PG)
August 10th – Cars 3(PG)
August 24th – Star Wars:  The Last Jedi (PG-13)
The movies will be shown in Freeman Park next to the Bandshell, beginning at sunset. However, you’ll want to come down two hours before showtime to enjoy all kinds of activities. They’ll have games, prizes, giveaways, and entertainment. Make sure to grab some classic movie treats provided by the sponsors. For more information, visit the event website here.
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Getting your garden into shape for spring involves a lot of hard work and dirt. But once you’ve got the garden ready, the fun begins. Deciding what to plant is a fun way to spend your spring.
The first step is to research plants that will perform well in your climate and are good for planting in the spring. Flowers such as lilacs and tulips are classics. If you prefer edible plants in your garden, leafy greens are a good bet.
Perennials are the best option for budget-conscious planters. They are also good for those who prefer lower maintenance. Perennials will return for a couple years. They’re also hardy enough to survive harsh winters. Annuals live up to their namesake: they have to be replaced every year. This means additional labor and cost.
Regardless of what you want to plant in your garden, your local garden center is your best friend. Make sure you get their advice to find the best plants for your climate and gardening style.
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After a long winter, our gardens need some extra care to get ready for spring and summer. Like our skin, soil shows the effects of cold climates, harsh wind, and unforgiving sun. Taking care of it during spring will mean a long period of blooming beauty in your yard.Winter leaves flower beds and gardens full of weeds and debris like dead leaves and bare twigs. Removing these items will help revitalize the soil. You can further improve soil quality by treating it with organic material. This will

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