Idaho’s spring festival season is in full swing, and there are nearly 45 opportunities this weekend to sign petitions that will allow Idaho voters the opportunity to weigh in on three education reform laws passed by the 2011 Idaho Legislature.
Volunteers from Idahoans for Responsible Education Reform and the Idaho Education Association are collecting signatures on each of three petitions to put Senate Bills 1108, 1110, and 1184 to a vote next year.
Whether visiting special events or out running weekend errands, people who’d like to sign the petitions on Saturday will find them at many locations including:
Blackfoot – Home and Outdoor Show
Boise – Capital City Market
Bonners Ferry – Community Breakfast
Burley – High School Rodeo
Caldwell – Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast; 10th & Blaine Streets; Verizon Store Public Signing; West Valley Run-Walk
Cascade – Fishing Derby
Coeur d’Alene – Wine Extravaganza
Emmett – Washington Street parking lot
Idaho Falls –Sunnyside Elementary 5K Fundraiser; Kite Festival; Albertsons, Holmes & 17th
Kellogg – 7th Annual Leadman
Lewiston – Hells Gate State Park Community Yard Sale; Rosauers
Meridian – Settler’s Park; Eagle & Fairview
Moscow – Farmers Market; Relay for Life; Renaissance Fair
Nampa – 12th Ave & Greenhurst; Hwy 55 and Nampa-Caldwell Blvd.; Lakeview Park; Idaho Center
Orofino – Community Clean-Up/Arbor Day Celebration
Payette – Payette Auto Parts
Pocatello – Corner of Jefferson and Alameda; Farmers Market
Post Falls – Walmart, both locations; Indoor Garage Sale at the Greyhound Park
Rigby – Bountiful Baskets; Broulim’s
Shoshone – 5K Run and Car Wash
Many events are planned Sunday, too, like the Community Breakfast in Rathdrum and Muddy Butt Races in St. Maries. Please see the calendar at the Reject the Luna Laws website for a full list and more details.