July Events Preview

Posted on by Billie Peacock

Event season is in full swing for us here at Proof, and we are excited for even more chances to meet all of you! The month of July is action packed for us, so read below to see how you can be involved in our next adventures!
First Thursdays at the Proof Flagship store have proven to be one of the hottest spots in downtown Boise. On Thursday, July 6 from 6 pm-9 pm we will be having a sample sale (while supplies last). All frames will be final sale and will go for $40 each, with the proceeds benefiting the local community through our Do Good program. This event will also give us a chance to highlight the work that the Proof interns have been busy doing this summer! 
If you haven't been to one of our famous Pinewood Derbys, now is your chance! Join us at the Discovery Center’s Adult Night (21+ only) on Friday, July 21 for an underwater themed derby! Keeping in line with their current shark exhibit, we ask that all derby cars represent something to do with the ocean.
This will be our third year attending the Huckleberry Jam. Nothing sounds better to us than three days under the mountain sky, surrounded by awesome music. Tamarack Resort is the perfect backdrop for this event. If you’re at the festival for the weekend, swing by and say hello to us! We'll have great deals all weekend that you won't want to miss.
This will be our first year attending Mountain Home Country Music Festival, and we cannot wait to dance along to Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Lee Brice, and so many other BIG names. Meet us under the Proof tent in the vendor court for shade and some yard games, along with awesome deals on some of our favorite frames.
Sawtooth Valley Gathering is one of our favorite events to attend. Find us dancing under the famous Stanley skies to bands like Josh Scott, The Brothers Comatose, and Tylor and the Train Robbers. Come say Hi to our team and grab a pair of discounted shades!
We hope to see you out on the road in July!
July Events Preview
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