Feb 29th Arts calendar
Join Heart of the Arts for Winter Market this Saturday March 3rd at the 1912 Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market will feature artisan breads, fresh produce, eggs, arts and crafts vendors. and a free children’s activity. Chili in bread bowls will be available for lunch. While you are at the Market, stop by the KRFP booth, pick up a program schedule, bumper sticker and learn more about your community radio station. This will be the last market until Farmer’s Market begins in May. Don’t miss it.
The Washington Idaho Symphony and the Palouse Choral Society are joining forces for the first time in over a decade on March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, to present “A Gift of Music: A Community Celebration” 7:30pm in the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium March 2nd and 3rd, and at 3:00pm in the Clarkston High School Auditorium March 4th. The concert will feature the music of Mozart, Schumann, and Faure.
For ticket information, go to washingtonidahosymphony.org
The Lewis and Clark State College Center for Arts and History is featuring
artist Youdhisthir Maharjan’s show Swayambhu. This show opens March 2nd and runs through April 6th. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. The Center for Arts and History is located at the corner of 5th and Main in downtown Lewiston. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information got to lcsc.edu or call 208-792-2336.
The Prichard Gallery’s current show “Uncommon Rivers” brings together a group of national and international artists whose works explore the concept of rivers from a variety of perspectives. The gallery is located in downtown Moscow at 414 S. Main and is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and Sundays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
Third Street Gallery’s Arts and Travel Show continues through March 23rd.
Third Street Gallery is located at 206 E. Third Street, hours are M-F 8-5 pm.
And be sure to Visit the Winter Hallway Show “This and That” at the 1912 Center . This show provides an interactive and interesting exhibit by local artists for the whole family and will continue through the end of March.
The topic for the March 7th Moscow League of Women Voters presentation will be “Japanese Internment Camp in Kooskia” by historian and author Priscilla Wegars, at noon in the Fiske room at the 1912 Center. The public is invited to attend.
The University of Idaho Women’s Center will host the Lunafest Women’s Film Festival March 8th at 7:30 p.m. at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center in downtown Moscow.
LUNAFEST is a national touring film festival that showcases original short films by, for, and about women. A special pre-screening reception will start at 6:30 p.m. with beverages by Camas Prairie Winery. LUNAFEST is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Fund which supports research into the environmental causes of breast cancer. The pre-function tickets are $12. Admission to the films are $6. Tickets are on sale at the Women’s Center and at Book People. For more information call 885-6615 or email email@example.com.
Karen Killinger Ph.D Assistant Professor and Consumer Food Specialist at WSU will discuss “Bad Bugs Throughout History: Perspectives on Sanitation and Food Safety” at the Angry Bear Restaruant in the East City Market Thursday March 8th , 6 pm . This presentation is part of the Moscow Science on Tap series sponsored by: Idaho INBRE,
Palouse Discovery Science Center, Angry Bear and National Center for Research Resources. Admission is free. For more information call 208-885-7832
This Saturday night March 3rd join the KRFP DJ’s for a Full Power MardiGras Party! Tickets for dinner are sold out but you can still join the fun.
Come to the Log Cabin at 317 South Howard at 8 PM for the silent auction, no-host drinks and dancing. For more information go to krfp.org.
You can find a transcript of the KRFP Arts and Events calendar on the KRFP website, click on Arts and Culture link. If you would like to have your non-profit event included email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.