If there's one thing that I love seeing our city grow and progress towards, it's this embrace of diversity and inclusion. I feel that compared to ten years ago or even more, Boise has grown to simply "be better" about acceptance and has found ways to work diversity into how we operate here! It's a really fun thing to be a watch and a huge movement to be a part of!

Today, another example of culture here in our city is going on right downtown! If you head over to JUMP! tonight, you'll be abele to join in on the Day of the Dead celebration--or, Dia de los Muertos!

From 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. tonight, take part in activities for the kids and the whole family, learn about Mexican culture, history, and even check out some exhibits! Local high schools including Boise High School, TImberline High School, Foothills Junior High, and Les Bois Junior High will all have artwork featured!

If you haven't been out to JUMP just yet, this could be a great chance to check out some of the most unique architecture in the city and discover just what goes on inside of that crazy cool building on the edge of downtown!

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