Fall Coffee House, The Whistle Pig
The Whistle Pig Vol. 10 Debuts at Fall Coffee House
The Fall Coffee House, set for Friday, Oct. 12, at El Herradero (535 N. Main, Mountain Home), will debut the tenth volume of Southwest Idaho’s literary journal The Whistle Pig. The program is highlighted by readings from featured writers and art by select visual artists, and this year’s volume has an expanded junior section for young writers and artists. El Herradero will have a menu and drinks available for purchase. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the program begins at 7 pm. Frank Monasterio will serve as master of ceremonies.
The Whistle Pig ($15, $10 for back issues), showcases select local writers and artists, and is published annually by the Literary Arts Committee of the Mountain Home Arts Council.
Christine L. Riker * Daniel Mercado * Baird Wells * Ann Wuehler * Truman E. Parker * Kim Monnier * Rebecca Moore * Nichole Cirricione * Ernesto San Giacomo * Chris DeVore * Yobani Mondragon * Riley Woodland * Emily Lampman * Rebeca Vergara Juarez * Mackenzie Niksich * Hank Parrett * Kia Jenks * Kyla Nicole Carrazco * Allison Rye * Liza Velarde * Levi Nanney * Torrance DeVore * Madison Modde * Caitlyn Syndergaard * Gisselle Raddatz * Nathan Kisely * Robyn Schwartz * Esther Simpson
Alexa Martinez * Ismael Vega Juarez * Spencer Buchi * Christine L. Riker * Tami Mouser * Jennifer DeVore * Natilyn Barth * Stephensen Elementary
The Mountain Home Arts Council entertains, enriches, and educates the community by promoting and presenting varied artistic and cultural events. Other upcoming events include The Villalobos Brothers—“Contemporary High-Octane Mexican Fiddling”—on Thursday, October 25 at the Mountain Home Junior High School Gym; Memory Lane Musical Variety Show 7 pm on Friday, November 9, featuring select local performing artists and groups presenting music from the 1920s to the 1990s at the Mountain Home Church of the Nazarene; and the 13th Annual Art at the Inn Visual Art Guild show on November 17, 12 - 7 p.m. at the Hampton Inn.
These community events and educational outreach programs are made possible by the Mountain Home Arts Council and are supported in part by grants from the Western States Arts Federation, Idaho Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Whittenberger Foundation, The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, the Mountain Home Air Force Base Officers’ Spouses’ Club, First Interstate Bank, and US Bank Foundation, as well as the generous support of the City of Mountain Home, Hampton Inn/Johnson Brothers Hospitality, Mountain Home News, El-Wyhee Hi-Lites, Winger’s, and other local business and individual patrons. For our full season of events or other information, please visit our website,
PO Box 974, Mountain Home, Idaho 83647
mountain home, 83647