There's a lot going on at the College of Southern Idaho this weekend including free plays,  a fitness run, a free breakfast with Santa and the Horticulture Club is selling their famous hand pressed apple cider.  We sampled some on the morning show and you CANNOT compare it to what you buy at the store.  You can order it now from Lea Shanahan at 404-3994 or you can send her at email.  It's just $5.50 per gallon.

Two concerts are coming up this weekend. CSI Honors students perform at 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon in the Recital Hall. And the Percussion Ensemble plays at 7:30 this Saturday night in the Auditorium. Both are free of charge.

The Santa Run 5K run/walk is this Saturday morning at 10. Registration begins at 9 in the Gym lobby and the cost is a new, un-wrapped toy for a boy or girl. The route for the race will be determined by the weather that morning.

Bring the kids to the CSI Student Union this Saturday morning at 9 for ‘Breakfast With Santa.’ CSI’s food service will provide the breakfast, get pictures with Santa, and join the coloring contest – it’s all free.

There’s a total eclipse of the moon this Saturday morning.The earth’s shadow will cover the moon just as it’s going down in the west starting about 7:05 Saturday morning. The Herrett Center’s Centennial Observatory will be open at 4:30 – free of charge – for anyone who wants the deluxe treatment of the lunar eclipse.

The last home basketball games before Christmas are this weekend. The women play at 5:30 and the men at 7:30 in the Farmer’s Insurance Challenge Friday and Saturday. It’s Military Appreciation Night. All military members, past and present, and their families get free admission to the games. The CSI Rad Tech Club will also sell tickets and hold drawing for their big fundraiser – some awesome prizes in that one.