DRY CREEK HISTORICAL SOCIETY/OLD TIME FARM DAY - Sunday Oct 7th from 12-4 pm

Looking for a fun, educational activity for kids and parents alike this fall? Check out Old Time Farm Days at the Schick-Ostolasa Farmstead (5006 W. Farm Court) Sunday October 7th from 12 – 4 pm. Get a glimpse of Idaho life in the 1860’s while watching the Idaho Woodcarvers Guild and the Dry Creek Quilters practice their crafts. Children can pan for gold, play yard games and fun activities just as like in the 1860’s! The Fort Boise Garrison Living History Volunteers will...

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SCARECROW CONTEST!

The annual Scarecrow competition kicks off Sunday October 7th at Old Time Farm Day.   Materials can be picked up at Old Time Farm Day or in the Town Office the week of October 8th.   Remember to drop off your completed scarecrow at the Town Office (during posted office hours) before 6:30 pm on Thursday October 11th for placement along the alfalfa field fence Friday October 12th.   Official ballots will be available at the Town Office or at the Scarecrow Ballot B...

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HOME DECORATING CONTEST

It’s that time of year… get out the pumpkins, skeletons, spiders, ghosts, goblins, spooky lighting and scary sounds and start decorating! No categories One vote per residence Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place! Votes due by noon on Friday, October 26th, and winners announced on  Tuesday, October 30th!  Obtain your official ballot at the Town Office or at the Scarecrow Ballot Box located on the fence at N. Humphreys Way and W. Miners Farm Dr. from Oct...

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BIKE AREA FALL VOLUNTEER DAY - Sunday October 14th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Please join the Bike Area Committee for all or a portion of the fall volunteer day!  We will be doing routine maintenance and creating some new features if time allows.  All are welcome! No experience is necessary. Wear sturdy shoes and bring work gloves and a shovel or other trail-building tool if you have one.  Water, refreshments and snacks on hand. Thanks in advance for helping to improve the Bike Area!   

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TOWN COUNCIL 2019 - Notice of Intent to Stand for Election due November 1st!

“The success of Hidden Springs is dependent upon the support and participation of every Owner in governance and administration” (3.1 - Master Declaration).      The community needs interested candidates with appropriate backgrounds willing to devote 5–10 hours a month helping guide the community.    If you are interested, please review the Candidate Information and Next Steps packet, available on the community website or in the Town Office ...

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HSTA SITE CREW POSITION - Starting January 2019

The HSTA is in search of a part-time crew member to help with projects in the community farm, agricultural fields, open spaces and facilities starting January 2019.  Tasks will include mowing, pruning, weed whacking, tractor and equipment operation, irrigation, fence repair, various “handyman” tasks, and trash and snow removal.  The job is physically demanding and applicants must be able to bend and lift 50 lbs. plus.     Schedule will vary averaging 2...

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OFF LEASH & UNCONTROLLED PETS

Another reminder to those residents who continue to allow their dogs to roam, refuse to acknowledge their pet is not under their control, barks when cold or lonely, or poops anywhere but their own backyard.     HSTA respectfully asks you to consider the following:  Be neighborly – don’t leave the dog out in below freezing temps to bark for attention; when you see someone ahead of you on a trail, leash your dog until you pass; do not allow your dog to approa...

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HSTA EVENTS & AMENTITIES

Recently the Town Office has received a number of questions regarding community events and amenities in relation to our Cartwright Ranch neighbors. The information below should answer many of the questions. Hidden Springs residents are members of the Hidden Springs Town Association (HSTA). Hidden Springs residents paid transfer fees and quarterly dues which fund operating expenses for the Hidden Springs community.  The HOA and its members (aka residents) are supported and...

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