Dodgeball & drinks: How to protest the stay-home order this week

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Idahoans have had enough. 
Last week, roughly 1,300 Idahoans gathered at the Idaho Capitol to protest Gov. Brad Little’s stay-home order, a measure that is crushing small businesses across the state. 

The protest received attention from news sources across the world.

This week, Idahoans are looking for unique ways to defy government. Below is a definitive list of protests across the state. The demonstrations are listed by date: 

Disobey Dodgeball
When: Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30 pm
Where:  Phillippi Park, 2299 S. Phillippi Street, Boise, Idaho  83705
Why: Boise  Mayor Lauren McLean removed the basketball rims and hoops from city courts. Thus, Boiseans have decided to make use of the courts regardless of the mayor’s overreach. 

Take a stand for liberty!
When: Friday, April 24 at 12:00 pm PDT
Where:  Nez Perce County Courthouse, 1230 Main Street, Lewiston,  Idaho  83501
Why: Residents are gathering to protest the stay-home order. 

Idaho statewide bootleg yard sale
When: Saturday, April 25, all day
Where:  Your house
Why: In response to the outrageous citation of a Rathdrum, ID, family for holding a yard sale, we call for a unified, statewide Idaho yard sale! Sell the goods you no longer need, make a buck or two, and defy the stay-home order. 

Drinks at Slicks Bar
When: Saturday, April 25, 8 pm MDT
Where:  525 E Karcher Road, Nampa, Idaho
Why: Slicks Bar in Nampa will reopen in defiance of the stay-home order. Their business is on the verge of collapse and freedom-minded Idahoans want to save this bar.