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A Few More Bricks Courtesy Stephen Gamache

Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program Courtesy Arts Idaho

A Few More Bricks’to perform eclipse concert

A Few More Bricks, a Pink Floyd tribute band based in Idaho Falls, will celebrate this summer’s full solar eclipse with a concert at the Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium.

The show is scheduled for 7 p.m. Foolsbane, an up-and-coming progressive rock band from the Northwest, will open the show.

“The show promises to be an evening of the best space rock guaranteed to put you in the groove and eclipse watching mood,” a band release said.

The release said A Few More Bricks formed in 2009 “with the express purpose of faithfully replicating the sights and sounds of an actual Pink Floyd concert.” Their shows have included complete performances of “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “Wish You Were Here” and “The Wall.”

Tickets start at $23 and are available at

Challis to host traditional cowboy arts demonstration day

Land of the Yankee Fork State Park in Challis will host a demonstration day that features recipients of the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program offered by the Idaho Commission on the Arts

An Arts Idaho news release said three master craftsmen and their apprentices, all related to the traditional cowboy arts, will demonstrate work accomplished during the last year with assistance from a grant provided through the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program. The three teams and their representative art forms are:

Saddle making: Gregg McDonald of Paul and Bryce Williams of Malta

Rawhide braiding: Jeff Minor of Salmon and Amy Ellis of Salmon

Boot making: Seth Teichert of Mackay and Morgan Buckert of Hailey

The Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program is an annual grant that supports folk art masters who pass knowledge and skills to apprentices.

The event is scheduled for noon to 2 p.m. For information, contact Steven Hatcher at 208-334-2119 or