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Spring In Bonners


Plants and flowers are coming to life and you’ll find plenty of each at Moose Valley Farms, one of the more impressive year round greenhouses in Idaho. Depending on the previous snowfall and spring weather, hunt the woods for morel mushrooms or pick fresh huckleberries. Stretch your legs with a round of golf at Mirror Lake Municipal course, or hit the pavement to Canada and back on the International Selkirk Loop, one of the most scenic drives in North America. The Bonners Ferry Farmers Market typically opens in late April, and as the season changes so do the fresh goods available.

Bonners Ferry Farmer's Market

The Bonners Ferry Farmer's Market (running year round) is one of the oldest farmers' markets in the state of Idaho. They have expanded our range of offerings and market hours over the years. The market has grown from a few hardy souls selling produce and bare-root plants to an average of nearly 30 vendors per market day with everything from salad mix, herbal vinegars and spices to handmade soaps, handspun yarn, basketry and lawn furniture. Many local small businesses have gotten their "training wheels" by participating in this market. In 2004 they added a Holiday Market in November showcasing holiday gifts, winter produce, and local artisans. Visit for more information.

Boundary Community Hospital Health Fair

Health Fair / Fun Run / Bike Rodeo happening in May! Learn more about Boundary Community Hospital and healthcare resources available in the area. Visit for more information.

Lions Club Annual Easter Egg Hunt

The Bonners Ferry Lions Clubs  annual Easter Egg Hunt happens every March at the Boundary County Fairgrounds. This community event has been held for more than 50 years and will have various age groups. Visit for more information. 

Moyie Mudbog

Rock crawling, mud pit, sand drag, camping and live music. Check out the Moyie Mudbog happening in May and October. Visit the Moyie Mudbog Facebook Page for more information. 

Penguin Plunge

For the last five years in March, teams and Law Enforcement Officers have been “Taking the Plunge” by jumping into the cold Kootenai River to raise funds for Idaho Special Olympics. It is a fun and exciting event with many participants in costume. Imagine Halloween goes swimming with ice cubes. The event is held at the Waterworks Building on the Kootenai River just downstream from the Boundary County Fair Grounds. Visit the Facebook Page for more information.

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