Boise gets ready for San Inazio 2012
Sorry for the late notice, but this vacation thing really got into the way of my blogging. I doubt this is fresh news for most, but I wanted to leave you guys with the San Inazio Schedule of Events for the weekend, just in case. I hope you can stop by at one point or another but if not, I’ll come back next week with a little recap. I am planning on hitting as many of the activities as I can.
Wish me luck on the Pala Tournament, which starts early on Friday morning at Boise’s Fronton. (Michelle Friebel, I will do my best not to disappoint you!)
Next, a summary of the activities for each day and below that, a full-blown schedule with more detailed information.
Friday – Friend’s & Family Night. Enjoy the pala games that will be played throughout the day at the Fronton. And if you want to watch the games live, you can do so on the Basque Center’s website, starting on Friday morning. Bring a pintxo to share at 6pm and watch the Udaleku kids perform. There have been 103 campers, ages 10-15, at the Basque Center learning txistu, dances, culture, mus, pala, and Basque. They will be showcasing their 2 weeks of lessons at 7pm.
Saturday – San Inazio. The Basque Block will have music, dancing, sports, food & drink beginning at 11am. For a full schedule of events and specific times, please check your newsletter. Mass at St. John’s Cathedral will be at 7pm and feature the Boise Oñati Dancers. Join us after again on the Basque Block for a street dance featuring Amuma Says No.
Sunday – Picnic at Municipal Park. There will be games for the kids, jota contests and time to visit with friends and family! We will round out the weekend back on the Basque Block with performances by Txantxangorriak and Amuma Says No.
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