Posts Tagged: boise

2018 Wild Skills Basics: Boise

Boise summers are filled with camping, rivers, lakes, hiking, biking, and all sorts adventures. We want our community of young females to possess the skills they need to safely explore the outdoors with their families. On June 2nd twenty-nine girls flocked to the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center for the third annual Boise Wild Skills…. Read more »

SheJumps Trapshooting at Boise Gun Club

For the second year in a row, a group of energetic and eager-to-learn women showed up at the Boise Gun Club to experience the art of trapshooting. We started in the clubhouse getting the basics of gun safety, gun mechanics, and opportunities for women in the sport from Liz, resident trap shooter and advocate for… Read more »

2017 Boise Wild Skills – Recap

Written by Kim Holloway and Stacey Hopstad Seventy two girls flocked to the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center on a hot August day for the second annual Boise Wild Skills. We were excited to welcome back some of our favorite community partners; Outdoor Exchange, Air St. Luke’s, Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue, and Albertsons. New… Read more »

SheJumps Boise and Kegs 4 Kause

Payette Brewing Company was a hot spot to be on a chilly Monday night in Boise. Boise residence love Payette’s beers and were happy to have a couple for a good cause; the brewery generously donates 50% of beer profits from the evening to SheJumps. Between the after work crowd and families looking forward to… Read more »

Pretty Faces in Boise!

Winter stoke was alive and well in Boise when SheJumps and Idaho Mountain Touring teamed up to present Unicorn Picnic’s film, Pretty Faces. Over 140 snow lovers showed up to the local outdoor shop to celebrate the upcoming season change and the excitement of watching women who shred. Ocampo’s Taco Truck was on site for… Read more »

Event Recap: SheJumps + Dirt Dolls MTB Ride in Boise

Hit any of Boise’s endless miles of trails and you are always sure to find people running, hiking, and biking. On Monday, August 22, the trails in Military Reserve were particularly busy when the ladies of SheJumps and Dirt Dolls combined forces. The Dirt Dolls (www.dirtdolls.org) is a Boise nonprofit started by three friends with… Read more »

Wild Skills Boise

On Saturday August 13th, forty young girls from the Treasure Valley spent a fun-filled day at Wild Skills Boise. The Jim Hall Foothill Learning Center provided the perfect backdrop to teach girls ages 6-12 year-old the basic skills in four areas: Navigation, Shelter Building, First Aid, and 10 Essentials/Leave No Trace. Each of these stations… Read more »