Fettuccine Forum

The Fettuccine Forum is produced by the Boise City Department of Arts & History. This season the Forum is sponsored by the Idaho Humanities Council with support from the Office of the Mayor, Boise State Public Radio, Platform Architecture-Design, TAG Historical Research, SHRA Stevens Historical Research Associates, Trademark Sign, and Landmark Impressions.  Lively and informal, the monthly event invites the public to interact with politicians, artists, historians, activists, advocates and professionals in an effort to promote good citizenship and responsible growth through education.
The Fettuccine Forum is a free public lecture series on six First Thursdays throughout the academic year. This year's topics support Boise's Sesquicentennial (BOISE 150) themes. More on BOISE 150 at www.boise150.org

2013-2014 SEASON
Download 2013/14 Fettuccine Forum poster here.

Native American Presence in the Boise Valley
October 3 | Presented by Carol MacGregor, Ph.D News Release

Packers, Miners, and Cowboys: Idaho's Mexican Settlers
November 7 | Presented by Max Delgado News Release

Innovation in Isolation: Exploring Boise's Past, Present and Future Economic Drivers
February 6 | Presented by Ben Quintana News Release

Pop-Up Art: The Temporary Phenomenon of Transforming Place
March 6 | Presented by Amanda Johnson, Ph.D News Release

Irrigators, Outlaws, & Hawks: Boise's Baseball Story
April 3 | Presented by Amber Beierle

Women in Wine: Female Entrepreneurs in the Wine Industry
May 1 | Moderated by Moya Shatz Dolsby


All Fettuccine Forum presentations are held at the Rose Room in Union Block, 718 West Idaho Street.
Doors open at 5:00 PM. Presentation begins at 5:30 PM.

Previous Fettuccine Forum Seasons:

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