The Garden Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts several events throughout the year.
Starting the New Year off with a lantern lighting at the Weilmunster Park on December 31 at 6:00, the town gathers together and sends lanterns into the sky creating a beautiful display. Lanterns are available for purchase a couple of weeks prior to this event. The money raised from the Lantern Sales goes to a scholarship fund for a local graduating HS Senior.
July 4th is a time-honored tradition in Garden Valley beginning with a Flag Raising Ceremony followed by various events in town during the day along with the famous “duck” race down the Middle Fork River. Ducks are purchased with prizes being awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. The proceeds go to help raise money for the fireworks. A parade thru town gets everyone in and ready for the big finale at the end of the day, a beautiful display of Chamber Sponsored fireworks at Weilmunster Park.
October is another fun time as we have Trunk or Treat in downtown Crouch by the Community Center and City Hall. People come and decorate their cars so that kids can have a safe environment to trick or treat. Prizes are given out for best decorated vehicle. It is always fun to come out and watch the little kids in their costumes and a great time to visit with friends you haven’t seen for a while. This event takes place the last Saturday in October.
A new event we are trying this year, is an Oktoberfest for Chamber Members. It will be held at the Weilmunster Park beginning at 6:00 on October 1st. Appetizers and drinks will be provided along with musical entertainment. All Chamber Members are invited to attend. If you have not yet joined the Chamber, now is a good time to do it. You don’t have to be a business owner to join, individuals can join as well. We encourage everyone to join and help with these community events.
Garden Valley Properties is excited to announce a new agent, Dani Welsh!
Dani moved to Garden Valley in the fall of 2019, she is an experienced agent and brings a unique charisma to the valley. Dani has been a licensed member of the National Association of Realtors and Boise Regional Realtors since 2017.
Dani’s is passionate when it comes to helping families find homes that exceed their expectations. She excels within negotiations to ensure the best outcome for her clients. We are pleased to have her join the GVP team and look forward to her future contributions to the community
Garden Valley Properties is proud to announce Ciara Wagner as an addition to the business team!
She has 7+ years of administrative experience. Additionally she has held her real estate license, has spent time in the title industry and a background in marketing.
She was born and raised in McCall, ID and currently lives in Lowman with her husband and son. She is passionate about the outdoors and spending time with her family. We are excited to count you as part of our Idaho real estate team!
The 2020-2021 school year is underway for the Garden Valley School District, and excitement abounds for children and adults alike! Small schools and close-knit communities are often high on the list of priorities when it comes to our clients who are raising children or plan to start a family. For those who live here it is easy to understand why we love our school, but we are always glad to share a few of our reasons!
Simplicity. In Garden Valley, grades K-12 are in one school building. We love this about our school because after school activities, school drop off lines, sports, and parent-teacher conferences are all in one place. No running around from one side of a city to the other because one child goes to grade school on 2nd Street and the other goes to a middle school on 27th Street.
Community. Our school values community within the school. Older children are given the opportunity to mentor younger children, often helping with class projects, or sharing reading time. Respect and kindness toward one another are emphasized, and the school strives to encourage good character among the student body.
Opportunity. Garden Valley School offers small class sizes, club sports for elementary aged students, athletics for middle and high school students, advanced classes for students that wish to challenge themselves academically, and extracurricular clubs as well. The youth of our community have many opportunities to participate in activities.
Care. The staff, teachers, and administration care deeply about the families they serve. Teachers often wear many hats in our school. Some serve as club leaders and others are sports coaches. The teachers at Garden Valley school work long hours making sure the children of this community have the best that this community can offer!
Garden Valley School District is also home to a one-room schoolhouse, which is 23 miles away in the small town of Lowman. This small schoolhouse is home to students K-5 and offers a unique setting for students to learn and grow. If you would like to learn more about our school and our community the agents at Garden Valley Properties are happy to help!
Join us this Saturday for the opening of a new show featuring watercolors by Boise-based artist Jennie Kilcup. Coming from a long line of artists, Jennie took her first art class at the age of 8 and never looked back.
The show she's sharing with us this September includes her original Wildlife Among the Trees watercolors as well as select paintings from her other collections of outdoor-celebrating subjects.
Come down to the gallery for the opening to see the show and meet the artist!
Saturday, September 5th, 6-8pm
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres & beverages
19 Market Street
Garden Valley, ID 83622 USA