Paul Bunyan Days
It’s the people who, when you get right down to it, are the ones who make an event what it is.
People are the ones who shape a city, give a community its character.
They are the ones who make a town breathe.
And no weekend defines our town quite like the one set aside for our Paul Bunyan Days Celebration.
The annual event held over the Labor Day weekend boasts a bevy of attractions that include a carnival in city park, a Junior Olympic skills competition, logging events, a quilt show, a 5K fun run, pool events, a parade along Main Avenue and a stunning fireworks display that fills an Idaho sky.
And don’t forget our hugely popular “topless” bar, the Blue Ox (we’re both clever and literal – the outdoor beer garden quite literally has no roof, and is therefore topless … made’ya look, huh?)
A quick glance through a few photos from the weekend proves the importance of character in a community.
Sure, you catch glimpses of the events and attractions, but mostly what you see is us: Children. Adults. Families. People.