Category: Arts & Culture
Interview with artist Kenny Feldscott : “My Enemy”
maree | October 1, 2013 | 4:38 pm | Arts & Culture | No comments

Interview with artist Yisrael “Kenny”  Feldscott about the “My Enemy” traveling art installation that will be open to the public for one day only on October 2, 2013 from noon to 9:00 PM at Tank  41 (the steel silo  at the corner of 6th and Jackson) in downtown in Moscow, Idaho.   Kenny discusses his vision for this work, how it differs from other visual art “shows”.  The My Enemy shows asks the question: “What if your enemy is as human as you?”.  Kenny Feldscott tells us  how he came to understand the concept for the installation and the  itinerary for the traveling exhibit.  All are invited to a  Vigil for Peace and Healing  at the exhibit at 6:30 PM on October 2, 2013.    Interview by KRFP DJ Maree McHugh.
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    The Last Poets – Invocation / Homesick – temp
    KRFP | March 8, 2013 | 4:07 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

    The Last Poets – Invocation / Homesick


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      KRFP Heavy Metal Vomit Party!
      KRFP | May 4, 2012 | 3:03 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio, Culture, Special Event, Uncategorized, top | No comments

      For the area’s hardest core!

      Saturday May 19th 7pm at the Moscow Moose Lodge

      ****$4 Cover ****** All Ages ****** Bar with ID****

      Strychnine

      Black metal from Pullman, WA

      Tim Blood and the Gutpanthers

      Punk Rock from Moscow, ID

      Diazepam

      Sludge metal from Lewiston, ID

      VD Victims

      Punk Rock from Lewiston, ID

      The Kitchen

      Punk/Math Rock from Moscow, ID

        APRIL 25, 2012 KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR
        maree | April 25, 2012 | 1:23 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

        KRFP Arts and Events Calendar 4-25-2012

        The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts presents “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” . Thursday , Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday, April 29 at 2:00 PM in the Hartung Theatre. General admission $10. Admission is free for U-Idaho students.

        It may be worth a trip to Lewiston this weekend for Art Under the Elms on the Lewis-Clark State College campus. This annual event features over 100 artist booths and more than 20 food vendors. Festival hours are Friday, April 27, 12 – 6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Music and entertainment is scheduled each day with special concert on Saturday night at 7 PM, “Shake, Rattle and Roll – A Rockin’ Tribute to the King”, with renowned Elvis impersonator Scot Bruce. General admission to the festival is 3$ for a three day pass and 2$ for seniors, kids under 6 free.

        For a complete schedule of events go to lcsc.edu/aue. Art Under the Elms is coordinated by LCSC Continuing Education and Community Events. Money raised is used to fund continuing education and events.

        The Washington Idaho Symphony presents the final concert of the season: Bohemian Sketches. The orchestra lead by Jeremy Briggs Roberts will feature cellist Walter Grey in performances

        Saturday, April 28, 7:30pm Domey Auditorium / Gladish Center in Pullman,

        And on Sunday, April 29th 3:00pm at the Clarkston High School

        For ticket information go to www.washingtonidahosymphony.org or call (509) 332-3408.

        The current exhibit at the Prichard Gallery features Youdhisthir Maharjan, “Nothing Repeated” and Allie Feezell, “An Absurd Creation Driven by Metaphysical Speculation and Active Meditation”
        This MFA thesis exhibit runs through May 5th. The gallery is located at the corners of 5th and Main Street, in downtown Moscow, and is open Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-8pm and
        Sunday: 10am-6pm. Admission is free.

        Join the annual Moscow CommUNITY Walk this Saturday April 28th . Everyone is invited to gather in Friendship Square at noon and walk together to East City Park in the spirit of unity . A community meal will be served at 1:30 in East City Park, and you are welcome to bring food to share. There will music, speakers and games . Shuttle service will be available for those who may need a ride to the park from Friendship Square.

        Mark your calendars:

        The Moscow Renaissance Fair will happen as always come rain or come shine the first weekend in May Saturday and Sunday May 5th and 6th at East City Park.

        The Latah Trail Foundation will be hosting a fundraising Dinner and Auction on Saturday, May 19th, at the Best Western University Inn of Moscow.  Festivities start at 6:00 pm.  Enjoy an evening of dining, live music performed by The Hoot Hoots and great auction pieces. Tickets are available at BookPeople in Moscow and Troy City Hall.  Sorry, tickets will not be available at the door.  Call Executive Director, Nora Locken at (208) 874-3860 if you are interested in being an event volunteer or to donate an auction item.  Proceeds from the event will help maintain the Moscow – Troy trail and improve the first section of trail in Bear Creek Canyon.  For more information visit www.latahtrailfoundation.org

        You can find a transcript of the arts and events calendar on our website at radiofreemoscow.org

        If you would like your non-profit event included in the calendar email your information to arts@krfp.org

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          KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR MARCH 21, 2012
          maree | March 21, 2012 | 1:50 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

          KRFP Arts and Events Calendar March 21st, 2012

          The Paloma Institute invites you to the 3rd annual Breakfast for Haiti Sunday, March 25th from 9 a.m. to noon at the 1912 Center. This event supports the “Framing is Life” project that provides seeds, tools and education for sustainable agriculture for the people on the island of LaGonave, Haiti. Suggested donation is 10$ at the door, and breakfast will be served, music by Tom Drake and friends. For more information contact Louise-Marie Dandurand at info@paloma-institute.org.

          The Moscow League of Women Voters will meet on Wednesday March 28th at noon to hear Mayor Nancy Chaney give an Update on the League’s Study of Poverty on the Palouse. The meeting is open to the public, in the Fiske room of the 1912 Center.

          Calling all bad poets to come together to support children’s literacy on March 29th , 6 p.m. at Mikey’s Gyros . “Beware the Odes of March” is a competition and fundraiser for “First Book” program that provides access to new books for children in need. For more information contact Louise at mikeysgyros@yahoo.com

          Got a dog that likes to get dressed up and go to the park? Second Chance is hosting a Doggy Egg Hunt on Saturday March 31st at Sunnyside Park in Pullman at 10 a.m. to benefit their Spring Spay and Neuter program. Second Chance is a non-profit organization to help low income families in rural Idaho and Washington with spay/neuter bills and offer free pet food and dog houses to animal in need. The cost is 10$ for humans accompanied by a dog on a leash. Call 509-334-7966 for more info or stop by the Second Chance thrift store at 370 S. Grand in Pullman.

          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 wild.idaho.rising.tide@gmail.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

          Two Degrees Northwest : Where Art Meets the Land announces Open House and Artisan workshops Tuesday March 27th from 6 – 9 p.m. and 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; photo shop and technical assistance workshops are offered for a small fee, to sign up contact Lorrie Higgins at Higgins@uidaho.edu.

          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.

          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 arts@krfp.org.


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            KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 3-14-2012
            maree | March 14, 2012 | 4:16 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

            March 14th Arts Calendar KRFP

            Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest is hosting phone banks to educate Idahoans about current legislation concerning women’s reproductive rights and health issues..

            If you can donate an evening of your time once or twice a month contact Jennifer Whitney Field Organizer for Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest at 509-241-4301 or go to ppvotesnw.org. Volunteers are needed for phone banks on March 19th and 27th from 4 to 7 p.m.

            The Moscow League of Women Voters will meet Wednesday March 21st at noon in the Fiske Room of the 1912 Center to hear Gritman Medical Center’s CEO Kara Bestt discuss the effects of health care reform on our local hospital and give an update on the Gritman Wellness Center. The public is invited to attend.

            The Lewis and Clark State College Center for Arts and History is featuring

            artist Youdhisthir Maharjan’s show Swayambhu through April 6th. Work by Doug Davisdon, Ludmilla Parez Saskova and Karri Dieken are also on exhibit.

            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.

            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 and is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and Sundays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m

            Palouse Women Artists meet the third Sunday of the month at Smokey Mountain Pizza at the Palouse Mall. Social hour at 4 pm and meeting at 5 pm.

            Palouse Women Artists invite women of all ages and backgrounds who have an interest in the arts to join them.

            Join the City of Moscow Human Rights Commission for free documentary screening and social justice forum on Tuesday March 20th at 6 p.m. The film “More Than a Roof” will be shown, discussion to follow. Admission is free, but please bring a non-perishable food or care item for contribution to area shelters and food banks. Contact Professor Rula Awwad –Rafferty at 208-885-6832 for more information.

            Auditorium Chamber Music Series presents Wind Soloists of New York on

            Tuesday, March 20, 7:30 – 9:30pm

            At University of Idaho Administration Auditorium

            Tickets are available at Prichard Art Gallery in downtown Moscow or online at:

            www.auditoriumchambermusic.org

            The tenth annual Sapatq’ayn Cinema is set for March 22 -24th at the Kenworthy Perfoming Arts Center in Downtown Moscow. Sponsored by the University of Idaho American Indian Studies program this year’s festival features diverse genres, including documentary, mocu-mentary, short feature and full-length films. For more information contact janjohn@uidaho.edu or call 208-882-0109

            The 39 th Annual Moscow Renaissance Fair is requesting entries for the Annual Poster contest . Deadline is noon on March 24th.

            Go to moscowrenfair.org for more information. Judging for the poster contest will be Saturday March 24th at Mikey’s Gyros on Main Street

            between 2 and 4 p.m. and everyone is welcome to stop by and vote for your favorite poster.

            Calling all bad poets to come together to support children’s literacy on March 29th , 6 p.m. at Mikey’s Gyros . “Beware the Odes of March” is a competition and fundraiser for “First Book” program that provides access to new books for children in need. For more information contact Louise at mikeysgyros@yahoo.com

            The 64th annual University of Idaho Borah Symposium will be happening next month, April 9, 10 and 11th . This year’s event will explore “Food and War: Cultivating Peace”. The symposium is open to the public at no charge. . Keynote speakers Raj Patel, and Dr. Vandana Shiva will discuss the connections between hunger, population, sustainability and war and peace. Go to uidaho.edu/class/borah/ymposium for more information.

            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 arts@krfp.org
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              KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 3-8-2012
              maree | March 7, 2012 | 1:17 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

              KRFP Arts/Events Calendar March 8, 2012

              Winter is finally starting to wane and the days are getting longer!

              The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission are getting ready for Farmers Market and Art Walk.

              Craft Jury for Farmer Market vendors will take place Saturday March 24th from 9:30 to noon at the Moscow City Hall. Space at the market is limited to 40 spots so get your application in now, deadline is March 21st.

              Musicians are wanted to perform on Saturday mornings in Friendship Square at the Market.

              Farmers Market will open May 5th and run through October 27th.

              Moscow Art Walk will happen June 15th and the search is on for work by a local artist who has participated in previous art walks for the cover of the Art Walk Brochure. The selected artist will be awarded $500.

              Deadline for artist submission is April 27th. Applications may be downloaded at the city’s website, , or picked up at the Arts Department in Moscow City Hall, or at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce

              The first annual Moscow Artwalk orientation event will take place on Thursday, March 29th at Moscow City Hall from noon to 1:00pm. This orientation is for local businesses that want to participate in ArtWalk, and offers the perfect opportunity to explore strategies and have your questions answered.

              For more information, for applications, go to the city’s website w

              http://www.moscow.id.us/art/fm/index.aspxdscallorn@ci.moscow.id.us.

              ww.moscow.id.us/art or

              call 208-883-7036, or e-mail us at kburns@ci.moscow.id.us

              Art Walk: http://www.moscow.id.us/art/artwalk.aspx

              This Saturday night March 10th Gefilte Trout will play Eastern European folk music at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown Washington at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 at the door. Gefilte Trout will appeal to those who would like to hear Eastern European music for the first time, and for those who yearn to hear this music again. The 6 piece band plays Jewish klezmer and music in Ladino the language of the Jewish people of Spain, as well as Russian, and Ukranian folk songs. Bill Voxman, clarinet, Bill Thomson on mandolin, Bill Thompson on guitar, Greg Donohoe on upright bass and Mary Donohoe vocals and percussion, Carla Chandler on fiddle.

              Auditorium Chamber Music Series presents Wind Soloists of New York on Tuesday, March 20, 7:30 – 9:30p.m.  at University of Idaho Administration Auditorium.Tickets are available at Prichard Art Gallery in downtown Moscow or online at: www.auditoriumchambermusic.org

              The tenth annual Sapatq’ayn Cinema is set for March 22 -24th at the Kenworthy Perfoming Arts Center in Downtown Moscow. Sponsored by the University of Idaho American Inidan Studies program this year’s festival features diverse genres, including documentary, short feature and full-length films. For more information contact janjohn@uidaho.edu or call 208-882-0109

              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 arts@krfp.org.

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                KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 2-29-2012
                maree | February 29, 2012 | 2:48 pm | Arts & Culture | No comments

                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 wcenter@uidaho.edu.

                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 arts@krfp.org.


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                  KRFP Arts and Events Calendar
                  maree | February 15, 2012 | 4:20 pm | Arts & Culture | No comments


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                  Arts Events Calendar KRFP


                  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 19th at 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 Gallery will 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 Festival opens 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 blow out 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 arts@krfp.org.

                    KRFP Arts and Events Calendar 2-8-2012
                    maree | February 8, 2012 | 2:23 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

                    2-8-2012 KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR

                    Check out the Local Art shows:

                    Third Street Gallery’s Arts and Travel Show continues with a gallery reception Wednesday, February 22 from 5pm – 7pm featuring an Artist Talk by Matthew Brehm Associate Professor at the University of Idaho College of Art & Architecture. Third Street Gallery is located at 206 E. Third Street, hours are M-F 8-5 pm.

                    Visit Winter Hallway Show at the 1912 Center . This show provides an interactive and interesting exhibit by local artists for the whole family.

                    Gritman Medical Center is showcasing Kendrick –Julietta Arts Committee and Friends in the Conference Center at Gritman located at 700 S. Main St.

                    On February15th Mayor Nancy Chaney will present a “State of the City “ address at noon at the University Inn Best Western. This presentation is sponsored by the Moscow League of Women Voters and is open to the public.

                    The WSU school of Music University Singers will sing and narrate the story of the American Civil Rights movement in a performance “Singing for Justice” on Thursday February 16th at 8PM in Bryan Hall Theater on WSU” campus. Gospel recording artist Marilyn Keller will join the University Singers in this free performance. Call 509-335-7186 for more information.

                    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 45th Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival happens February 22nd through the 25th on the University of Idaho campus. This world class festival offers workshops and performances. Go to uidaho.edu/jazzfest for schedules and tickets.

                    Free Ballroom Dance Workshops are sponsored by Gritman Medical Center on Wednesday, February 22nd . At 3:15 learn Salsa with Patrick Barnes and at 4:30 do the American Foxtrot with Katelyn Parenti. The workshops are free, no experience is necessary, bring a partner or come solo to the Martin Wellness Center at 510 Palouse River Drive. No pre-registration is necessary; for more information contact Odette Engan at 883-9605.

                    Mark your calendars for KRFP’s HIGH POWER Mardi Gras Event

                    Join KRFP Deejays on Saturday March 3rd for dinner, drinks, dancing and silent auction .

                    7 P.M. at the American Legion Cabin on South Howard.

                    Purchase your tickets on line now at the KRFP website!

                    Support your community radio station to go High Power!

                    Mark your calendars for KRFP’s HIGH POWER Mardi Gras Event

                    Join KRFP Deejays on Saturday March 3rd for dinner, drinks, dancing and silent auction .

                    7 P.M. at the American Legion Cabin on South Howard.

                    Purchase your tickets on line now at the KRFP website!

                    Support your community radio station to go High Power!

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                    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 arts@krfp.org.