This is part 1 of the Forum on Fracking in Idaho held Saturday, February 11th at the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center in Moscow. This part runs 1 hour, 24 minutes.
The Forum was sponsored by the Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition, Palouse Group Sierra Club and Wild Idaho Rising Tide
Panelist Include University of Idaho hydrogeologist Jerry Fairly, Kai Huschke of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, Washington County, Idaho fracking activists Amanda Buchanan and Liz Amason, and state Representative Tom Trail of Moscow. You’ll also hear State Senator Dan Schmidt of Moscow and various members of the audience.
The Peace Band will be marching in Moscow’s ONLY Carnival parade on Saturday February 18th at 7 P.M. You can join them as The Band gathers at 7 P.M. in Friendship Square to begin their march through downtown Moscow. Bring your musical instruments , your vocal chords, your beads and your Mardi Gras spirit of fun. Dress in costume but dress for the weather!
Palouse Women Artists monthly meeting is Sunday February 19that 4pm at Smokey Mountain Pizza at the Palouse Mall. This group has a membership of women of all ages and backgrounds, with a common love of art-making, and creating a supportive community for women artists, and they welcome new members. For more information go palousewomenartists.org.
Palouse Folklore Society presents auto-harp master Bryan Bowers in a special Concert at 3p.m. Sunday, February 19th at the 1912 Center. Tickets available at the door.
The Moscow Food Coop invites all its members to the 2012 Candidate Forum on Sunday February 19th at 3 P.M. in the Coop Deli. This forum will allow members to ask questions and get to know the candidates who are currently running for Board of Director positions.
The Moscow League of Women Voters continue their weekly presentations Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. February 22nd Steve Cook Associate Professor, University of Idaho Department of Agricultural and Economics will present “The Growing Wage Gap In Idaho and Its Causes” . This event will be in the Fiske room at the 1912 Center. The public is invited to attend.
The Prichard Art Gallerywill have an opening reception for “Uncommon River” on February 22 from 5 to 8 PM. This show includes works by Christine Destrempes, Christo and Jeane Claude, Raymond Ghirardo, Megan Roberts, Philip Govedare and Jen Torres, is currated by Gail Siegel and will run through April 7th. The Prichard is located at 414 S. Main St in downtown Moscow.
The 45th Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festivalopens February 22nd with “Swing Out , Blow Out” featuring Paquito D’Rivera and Anat Cohen with the All-Star Quartet, and the Lionel Hampton School of Music Jazz Band . This blowout will be held in the Student Union Ballroom at 8P.M. The festival continues with many workshops and performance s through February 25th on the University of Idaho campus. Go to uidaho.edu/jazzfest for schedules and tickets.
Palouse Peace Coalition is hosting a meeting Friday February 24th to discuss the current political situation in Iran and plan strategies for effective peace activism. The meeting will be held at 7 PM at the United Church of Moscow Fellowship Hall , located on the corner of First and Jackson. The Palouse Peace Coalition continues to hold a weekly Peace Vigil on Fridays at 5:30 in Friendship Square, and invites you to join them.
Mark your calendars for KRFP’s HIGH POWER Mardi Gras Event. Its gonna be great.
Dinner, drinks, dancing and silent auction .
Join KRFP Deejays on Saturday March 3rd at 7 P.M. at the American Legion Cabin on South Howard.
Purchase your tickets on line now at the KRFP website!
And support your community radio station to go High Power!
You can find a recording and transcript of the KRFP Arts and Events calendar at krfp.org; click on Arts and Culture link. If you would like to have your non-profit event included email your information to email@example.com.