March 28th Arts and Event Calendar
Festival Dance will host an International GALA event to support youth arts programs Friday, March 30th at the 1912 Center, 7:30 p.m. . Enjoy performances by Nez Perce Youth Dancers, Irish Dancing, African dance and drumming and more as well as desserts and silent auction. Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for kids under 12; available in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Degrees Northwest : Where Art Meets the Land announces Open House and Artisan workshops Saturday March 31st from noon – 4 p.m. at the Almon Plaza , 200 S. Almon Street. Complimentary copies of the first , very unique Artisan Trail Guide will be available . There will be free photo studio demos; for a small fee you can sign up for photo shop and technical assistance workshops. Contact Lorrie Higgins at Higgins@uidaho.edu.
Celebrate climate change activism with Wild Idaho Rising Tide on March 31st . The evening will start at 7 p.m. in Friendship Square with a parade through downtown Moscow lead by the Peace Band. Donation of $5 at the door of the 1912 Center gets you an evening of pot-luck food , no-host bar, music by Jeanne McHale and friends and dancing to Corn Mash. For more information call 208-301-8039 or email email@example.com
Hear Mussorgsky ‘s Pictures at an Exhibition and Night on Bald Mountian performed by the Washington Idaho Symphony at The Lois and Samuel Butterfield Memorial Family Concert on Saturday March 31st at 4 p.m. at the Gladdish Center in Pullman. For ticket information go to www.washingtonidahosymphony.org
“Art on the Palouse” will be the topic of discussion at the April 4th Moscow League of Women Voter’s noon meeting. Kathleen Burns form Moscow Arts Commission will speak along with Palouse Women Artist’s Laurel MacDonald and Leslee Miller from the Dahmen Barn. The meeting is in the Fiske Room of the 1912 Center, and open to the public.
Celebrate Native American culture at the 13th annual Tutxinmepu Pow Wow . This event, traditionally held on the Palouse is sponsored by the University of Idaho Native American Student Center. Dancing and drumming events will be held on Saturday and Sunday April 7th and 8th at the Moscow Junior High School gym . Plan to attend the Grand Entries at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, and Sunday at 1p.m. The Pow Wow is free and open to the community. Call Steven Martin at 208-885-4237 for more information.
The 64th annual University of Idaho Borah Symposium is happening April 9, 10 and 11th. This year’s event will explore “Food and War: Cultivating Peace”. Keynote speakers: Raj Patel, and Dr. Vandana Shiva will discuss the connections between hunger, population, sustainability and war and peace . This is event is free.
Go touidaho.edu/class/borah/ymposium for more information.
Palouse Patchers will hold their 32nd Annual Quilt Show “Color Made Beautiful” on Saturday April 14th from noon to 4 p.m. at the Latah County Fairgrounds Exhibition Building. Over 200 quilted items will be on display and raffle tickets for this year’s quilt “Glorious Colors” will be available for purchase. For more information contact Celia Bolan at 208-874-3088
Young People’s Arts Festival will happen on Saturday April 14th from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Moscow Junior High School for kids ages pre-K to grade 6. Registration packets are available at Moscow City Hall or call 208-883-7036. Cost is 15$ for a half-day and $30 for full day of arts activities.
You can find a transcript of the KRFP Arts and Events calendar at KRFP.org. If you would like to have your non-profit event included email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.