June Birthstone: Pearl, agate, moonstone
June Flower: Rose or honeysuckle
Tuesday June 2 Full “Rose” Moon. Planting by the Moon: during the Moon’s third quarter, plant root crops like turnips, potatoes, beets and carrots.
Saturday June 6 D-Day, 1944.
Sunday June 7 Cruizin’ 55 Car Show today in Horseshoe Bend.
Tuesday June 9 Last Quarter. Planting by the Moon: do no planting during the Moon’s last quarter. Instead, clean up the garden, kill weeds and insect pests.
Wednesday June 10 Old Fort Boise Days today through Sunday in Parma.
Sunday June 14 Flag Day.
Tuesday June 16 New Moon. Planting by the Moon: during the Moon’s first quarter, plant leaf vegetables like lettuce and other vegetables growing above ground that have seeds that are not eaten.
Wednesday June 17 The Islamic month of Ramadan begins at sunset. Cherry Festival runs today through Saturday in Emmett.
Saturday June 20 Rodeo today in Mackay.
Sunday June 21 Summer Solstice. First Day of Summer. Father’s Day.
Monday June 22 National Old Time Fiddlers Contest begins today in Weiser and runs through Saturday.
Wednesday June 24 First Quarter. Planting by the Moon: during the Moon’s second quarter, plant vegetables in which the seeds can be eaten: beans, tomatoes, peppers and squash.
Sunday June 28 Rodeo today in Kamiah

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