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Events and Ticket Opportunities

Events and Ticket Opportunities

Ticket Opportunities

Celtic Thunder

November 7 - Morrison Center, Boise

Celtic Thunder “Ireland”

$120 for One (1) main floor seating ticket. $240 for One (1) prime seating ticket with Exclusive VIP sound check experience.

Upcoming Events

Idaho Experience

Preview for "Ahead of Her Time: Women’s Suffrage in Idaho"

FREE Screening of the new Idaho Experience documentary "Ahead of Her Time: Women’s Suffrage in Idaho”

Join Idaho Public Television and Idaho Women in Leadership on August 11th at 8 p.m. (Mountain) for an online preview screening of the new Idaho Experience documentary "Ahead of Her Time: Women’s Suffrage in Idaho”. The half-hour screening will be immediately followed by a live Q and A with Emmy Award-winning documentarian Jennie Sue Weltner; Idaho Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb; Rebecca Scofield, Ph.D., assistant professor of twentieth-century American history at the University of Idaho; and NNU student leader Mariela Esquivel-Rodriguez. The discussion will be moderated by IdahoP

In August, America celebrates 100 years of voting rights for women with the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. By 1920 women in Idaho had already been voting in - and winning -elections for 24 years. The documentary explores how Idaho became the fourth state to grant women voting rights.

Most of the history about women’s voting rights focuses on the East Coast. However, Western states were leading the way. Wyoming granted women the right to vote in 1870, followed by Colorado (1893), then Utah and Idaho, both in 1896. Utah and Washington states granted women the right to vote earlier, then revoked the privilege. After Idaho, it took another 14 years for a state to grant suffrage to women.