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February 2017

Centennial Bonfire

On Saturday, members of the community joined together to celebrate 100 years in Valley County in Centennial Plaza. City Council members Marcia Witte and Nic Swanson were on hand among other administrative staff such as City Manager, Nate Coyle. Councilman Swanson said a few words about his deep roots in the community and Lyle Nelson, olympian, and St. Luke’s Community Relations Director spoke about the reason for our amazing unity. It was a beautiful and cold evening. See the speeches on youtube by clicking the links below.

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Seuss to Lego..Library Events for March packed full of fun!

McCall Library March Events

Thursday, March 2nd 10:30 – 11:30 Dr. Seuss Storytime –
We truly love him
in a house.
We truly love him
with a mouse.
We truly love him
here or there.
We truly love him
We truly love the silly goose.
We truly love old Dr. Seuss
Come down and celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday with us! There will be plenty of Seuss classics read aloud, followed by some seriously silly Seusstastical games!


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March 8th and 22nd at 7:00 pm
McCall Public Library and McCall Arts and Humanities continue this year’s “Let’s Talk About It” book discussion group. This year’s theme is Pulitzer Prize winners.   This month we will be discussing Growing up by Russell Baker on the 8th, and concluding the series with Honey in the Horn by H.L. Davis on the 22nd.  No library card required.


Let’s Lego
Every 3rd Friday of the month from 3:30 – 4:30
March 17th
Join us for our new after-school program – Let’s Lego! You can free-build or participate in our monthly activity/challenge. Build anything you can imagine; we have the materials. We hope to see you there!

Every last Friday of the Month from 3:30 – 5:30
March 31st
Paper airplanes! We will have several options of paper planes for you to build. There will also be an opportunity to win a prize in our distance, accuracy, and design contests!



Council Meets Thursday, February 23rd

Read the Agenda here>



Real Estate Professional Wanted for the Golf Course Restaurant


FEBRUARY 13, 2017

General Information: The City of McCall is requesting submission of qualifications (RFQ) from a Real Estate Broker or individual Real Estate Agent specializing in commercial real estate to provide services in reference to the lease of the city-owned golf course facility located at the McCall Golf Club, 925 Fairway Drive, McCall, Idaho.

It is the intent of the RFQ to have the successful firm/individual enter into a contract for service with the City of McCall. The contract will seek services from the firm/individual for advertising of available space to be leased, showing of the facility/space to be leased, and assistance with negotiation of lease terms with a prospective lessee.

Background: The City of McCall is located 100 miles north of Boise. Incorporated in 1913, McCall has grown to an area of 8.5 square miles, with a population of over 3,000. The restaurant property is an independent facility located within the City of McCall’s Golf Club clubhouse with more than 5000 square feet of space, a fully functioning commercial kitchen, storage, resort liquor license, deck and outfitted with tables and chairs and other equipment. The City of McCall is seeking interested parties for leasing and operation of the restaurant facility to commence on/about 1 November 2017.

For more information Click here

Questions regarding this RFQ should be directed Nathan Coyle, McCall City Manager, 216 East Park, McCall, Idaho 83638 (208) 634-1003.


McCall Golf Club and Jug Mountain Ranch start the Golf Show Circuit

Each year, Jug Mountain Ranch and City of McCall Public Golf Club visit multiple golf shows to promote our lovely recreation based city. The picture below is the exhibit displayed at the Seattle Show just last weekend.

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Be a Tech Tuesday Volunteer

Tech Tuesday’s at the library has become a popular program at the McCall Public Library and we could use some help. Put on your thinking cap…do you know an adult that would be a great tech volunteer?

Here are the details:
Where? Tuesdays @ the library conference room
When? 3:30-5:00 PM
What? Desire to guide and coach kids of all ages as they use our 3D printer for their projects; desire to help them explore other hands-on technology learning experiences, such as circuitry, bots, and basic coding.
Be flexible depending on the attendees and their interests and abilities. Guide board gaming as kids are waiting for their turn with the 3D printer.

You do NOT need to be expert with 3D printing, but do need to have an open mind to learn alongside the kids, guide them and help them troubleshoot.  As a volunteer you  would work with Casey Bruck, Programming Librarian.

Reach out the the Library if you are interested.

218 East Park Street, McCall Idaho 83638 | (208) 634-5522
M – F 10am-6pm | Sat 10am-2pm | Sun closed


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