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Sun Sage Floral

Sun Sage Floral is dedicated to making your Floral experience amazing from start to finish. We are here for all your needs from weddings to graduations and everything in between. 35+ years of Floral experience from New York to Utah and now in Idaho.

Ethan's Honest Automotive Service and Repair

Ethan is a 20 veteran in the automotive service and repair industry. He has built his business on principles of honesty and integrity.

Service & Maintenance

Keeping your vehicles up-to-date on standard maintenance is key to the longevity of your automobile. Ethan’s provides extensive services to ensure your car runs smoothly and efficiently and reduces the occurrence of untimely and expensive fixes that may be prevented with proper maintenance.

Services provided by Ethan’s include:

A/C Service
Brakes
Tire Rotation
Windshield Wipers/Washer Fluid
Wheel Bearings
Differential Services
Coolant Flushes
Struts
Transmission Services
Tune Ups
Shocks
Brake and power steering services
Timing Belts
Tie Rods
Rack and pinion
U-Joints
Ball Joints
4-Wheel Drive
Diagnostics & Repairs

Sometimes, life doesn’t go as planned and vehicles break down, or other frustrating problems with our vehicles occur. What do you do? Bring your vehicle to Ethan’s! We recognize your time is valuable and ensure prompt and professional service. Ethan’s prides themselves on their founding principles of integrity and honesty. You will not be forced to take on unnecessary repairs– only what is needed. We will not recommend unneeded service. We will analyze your issue, outline a service plan, make recommendations, and put you, the customer, in the driver seat.

Repair services provided by Ethan’s include:

Oil Leaks
Radiator Replacements
A/C Repair
Headlights
Check Engine Lights
Air Bag lights
ABS Lights
Traction Control Lights
Electrical Diagnostics
Runablility Issues
Vibration Issues
Diagnose Shakes in Steering
Fuel Pumps
Power Windows
Power Locks
Window Regulators

GPBA Annual Banquet

Join us for the annual GPBA banquet at the Robinson Building. The night will include the election of new board members and presentations by Preston City Councilmember, Brad Wall, and ISU’s Scott Stephens. The Business of the Year and the recipient of the J. Walter Ross & Wayne D. Bell Community Service Award will be announced. Catering will be provided by Stokes Market. Tickets are $15 per person, $20 per couple, or $80 per table of 8. For more information contact the GPBA at 208-423-8271 or email shop@prestonidaho.org.

That Famous Preston Night Rodeo and Parade

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THAT FAMOUS PRESTON NIGHT RODEO! 
Thursday, Friday & Saturday Nights
​Pre-events start at 8:15 p.m. and the Rodeo starts at 8:30 p.m. See Rodeo Events.


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RODEO DAYS PARADE 
Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Our parade is each night, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 6:30p.m. Line up is at the 2nd North and 1st  West.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s parade are the traditional “bands and floats” parades.  We encourage float entries,  horses, and horse drawn outfits.
Themes: Thursday is “Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night”, Friday is “Patriot Night”  and Saturday is “Celebrate Cowboy Night”. See our  Parade Flyer for map and details.

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“CITY OF FUN” CARNIVAL
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 

Following the Rodeo Days Parade. A Ferris wheel, merry-go-round, and more!! Known as one of the best carnivals around. Ride your favorite rides and munch on pronto pups and cotton candy. Special family pricing on Thursday! In the park east of the Rodeo grounds.

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RODEO DAYS SIDEWALK SALE
Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Along with our three nights of rodeo, we have parades and a great downtown sidewalk sale. The sidewalk sale brings vendors from our local vicinity and from surrounding states. Everything from jewelry to camping gear to clothes, gifts, signs, decorating items…you name it, you can find it, along with all kinds of great food booths. Delicious foods, drinks, sweets can be found as you stroll down Preston’s main street and Oneida street. For those interested in renting booth space please download our Sidewalk Sale Vendor ApplicationSpace is still available! Fill it out and mail it to the address on the form as soon as possible.BOOTHS, FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 
​11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on main street of Preston and in the City Park.

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RODEO ROUNDUP
Friday 9 to 11:30am
Free for your lil’ ones.   Held at the FCMC Transitional Care.
Watermelon Slices, Band-aid Bunkhouse, Face “tattoos”, Popcorn & Popsicles, Train Rides, Queen’s Saloon Ring Toss, The Old Fishin’ Hole, Clover Leaf Barrel Racin’,  Horseshoe Hide Out, Peanut Toss Corral, Bow & Arrow Shoot, Cracker Barrel Can Throw, Gold Rush Gulch, Shape Up Stampede, Bouncy Horses, Steer Jerkin’, Dunk a Doc and more.OKIE DOKIE CORRAL
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am – 7pm
At the FCMC Classroom. Half Dollar Lil’ Buckaroo Train Rides, Sweets Saloon, General Store and more.

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ANNUAL PRESTON CITY AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT
Friday & Saturday  7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
​Take part in the tradition! Prizes and payouts for top third in each flight. Preston Golf and Country Club. Call the Pro Shop at (208) 852-2408 to register.CHUCK WAGON BREAKFAST
Saturday  7-10 a.m.
​Enjoy excellent breakfast vittles prepared by the Preston 1st Ward Young Men and Young Women.BUS RIDES
Thursday, Friday & Saturday every 15 mins. after the parade thru the end of the rodeo. No need to fight for a parking spot—you can catch a bus ride behind Kings on main street.

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