Imagine endless views of vibrant green grape vines sprawling across rolling hills, brushed with a cool breeze cutting through the warm summer air. For a moment you might think you’re sitting on the porch of a tasting room in Napa Valley. But you’re at 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards, nestled in Idaho’s Eagle Foothills. Just thirty minutes from Meridian, this charming winery feels worlds away from it all.
In 2017, in a 1940’s converted house in the suburbs of Nashville, Tenn., the Primaveras opened their first “Donut + Dog” shop. The restaurant quickly became infamous with both locals and tourists, even receiving national recognition by Readers Digest and Good Morning America. After a year and a half of filling bellies and hearts in Tennessee, the Primaveras are bringing their quirky combination to Meridian.
Ada County’s CATCH programs are rooted in the belief that homelessness isn’t something you are, rather it’s something you experience. No one wants to rely on others to take care of them but sometimes individuals who experience trauma or other personal setbacks have lost the confidence and resources necessary to be able to manage on their own. The CATCH program is designed to walk beside these individuals, supporting them in their return to a place of independence.