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Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute Nature Center

Art, nature and sustainability intersect at the PCEI Nature Center. Artistic features such as outdoor sculpture are incorporated into the landscape of the 26.2-acre grounds. Visitors can watch the sun set over Moscow from the timber-frame Artist Studio, discover PCEI’s wetlands with young nature explorers, and look for animal tracks and mosaics along the accessible pathways. Wander and explore on your own, or schedule a guided tour.

Where & When
1040 Rodeo Drive, Moscow, ID 83843
Open daily, dawn to dusk (office hours Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm)

Contact
Call 208.882.1444
Email info@pcei.org
pcei.org
Find them on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

Paradise Creek Brewery – Downtown Restaurant

Paradise Creek Brewery – Downtown Restaurant is located in Pullman’s first Federally built Post Office Building which was built in 1930. Lovingly preserved and repurposed, Paradise Creek Brewery incorporates their full-service restaurant operations in this lovely old building where attention to detail has been a part of the building’s heritage for 90 years. More than just your standard Pub Fare, Paradise Creek Brewery offers some of the best food in the area along with their locally made beer using many locally sourced ingredients. You owe it to yourself to check out this wonderful location and enjoy some of the best the Palouse has to offer.

Where & when
245 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163
Tuesday – Thursday 11:30am to 9pm
Friday & Saturday 11:30am to 11pm
Sunday 11:30am to 9pm
Closed Mondays

Contact
Call 509.338.9463
Email tom@paradisecreekbrewery.com
paradisecreekbrewery.com
Find us on Facebook & Instagram

Paradise Creek Brewery – Historic Post Office Building

Paradise Creek Brewery – Downtown Restaurant is located in Pullman’s first Federally built Post Office Building which was built in 1930. The building served as Pullman’s post office until 1975, when a new post office was constructed. The Old Post Office subsequently hosted various businesses, including a movie theater, a bakery, and a gun store. In 2002, a new owner began restoration of the building, leading to its National Register of Historic Places listing in 2003.

Where & when
245 SE Paradise St., Pullman, WA 99163
Tuesday – Thursday 11:30am-9pm
Friday and Saturday 11:30am-11pm
Sunday 11:30am-9pm
Closed Mondays

Contact
Call 509.339.6894
paradisecreekbrewery.com

Paradise Creek Brewery – Trailside Taproom

Paradise Creek Brewery – Trailside Taproom is in our brewing facility. Come and sip a pint or two in our large taproom located right across the street from the Chipman Bike Trail. Our family and pet-friendly taproom is a favorite of those on a mission to sample beer and hang with friends as well as those who just happen by. Enjoy outdoor seating when weather permits, or sit inside out of the elements. We offer 18 beers made with many with local ingredients, free popcorn and plenty of space to play a game, participate in trivia nights, listen to music or just hang out and make new friends. Want a tour of the brewery? Need a keg, cans or bottles to go? Yep, we can do that too.

Where & when
505 SE Riverview St. Pullman, WA 99163
Monday – Thursday 4pm to 9ish
Friday 2pm to 11ish
Saturday 1pm to 11ish
Sunday 1pm to 7ish

Contact
Call 509.339.6894
Email tom@paradisecreekbrewery.com
paradisecreekbrewery.com
Find us on Facebook & Instagram

Perkins House

James Allen Perkins came to the area in 1870, when he was 29 years old. He and Thomas Smith traveled from Waitsburg to set up a sawmill at the suggestion of Anderson Cox, who speculated that the valley along the South Fork of the Palouse might make a fine location for a new settlement. They proceeded to build a log cabin with timber hauled from Walla Walla. Both Smith and Perkins staked out property. The two men split the valley, Perkins taking the northern part. He purchased a pre-emption on 160 acres at $2.50/acre. The line separating the two parcels ran east to west and later became Last Street.

Where & When
Open Saturdays + Sundays 10am – 2pm, may be rented for special events
623 N Perkins Avenue Colfax, WA 99111
Contact
(509) 397-2555

Peterson Barn Guesthouse

This timber frame guesthouse built by hand offers the character of a mountain hideaway right in Moscow. Enjoy handcrafted hospitality and comforts of home by the night, week or month. The guesthouse includes a 2-bed sleeping loft, kitchen, living room, bathroom and fireplace. On the Latah Trail, you are a bike ride away from just about everything.

In the tradition of English cruck frames, the Peterson Barn was built by hand in 1997 from curved timbers. We felled the trees, cut the joinery by hand, and did a barn raising with about a hundred of our closest friends. Many of the timbers are rescued urban hardwoods and each has a story.

See our 3D video!

Where & when
841 Travois Way, Moscow, ID 83843
8 a.m. – 8 p.m., seven days a week.
Open year-round; Prices change for week and month rentals and special event weekends.

Contact
Call (208)882-4620
hosts@petersonbarn.com
petersonbarn.com

Pie Safe Bakery & Kitchen

Located in the historic downtown Ford building, Pie Safe Bakery & Kitchen has made Deary a frequent destination for the region’s residents. Offering delicious baked goods, from pastries to wood fired pizza, as well as custard style ice cream made in small batches means there is something for every craving.

Special weekend, multiple-course dinners happen on Fridays and Saturdays once a month. Check out past menus on their website. Espresso and cold brew coffee is roasted locally, and their organic looseleaf and bottled teas are blended by Brush Creek Farms.

With Brush Creek Creamery in the same building, it’s convenient to pick up some gourmet cheese made on the premises while you are there. If that isn’t enough to get you in your car immediately, their shop is full of locally made quilts, hand crafts, jams, jellies, baking mixes, farm and garden produce, eggs and more. Weaving, spinning and craft demonstrations are offered on Friday and Saturdays in their craft building next door, Heritage Handcrafts.

Order your meal online for in-store or curbside pickup.

Where & When
307 Main Street, Deary, ID 83823
M – F: 7am – 5pm
Saturday: 7am – 6pm

Contact
piesafebakery.com
Find them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

2021-04-21T11:56:18-07:00Restaurant|

Pinewood Cottage Furniture, Art, Crafts, Antiques & 2nd Hand Store

Showcasing Palouse creativity, the Pinewood family of 60 consignment vendors offers a wide variety of local art and craft talent, specializing in heritage crafts that mingle with antique and collectible furniture and household gadgets from the past. At the northern end of the Palouse Scenic Byway, a visit brings back days of flour sack dish towels, granny square afghans, rag rugs, and all the warmth that makes a house a home. Classes offered for all ages. Second Saturday Markets (9-4) expand to include any fresh fruits, vegetables and other home baked goods from the area. Mellow Monday, Quilt Club, and Game Nights complete the true community expression. We offer classes in sewing, quilting, crochet and embroidery. Having retired from furniture manufacturing, we are now offering furniture repairs and refinishing.

Where & when
208 W 2nd St., Rosalia, WA 99170
Open 10-6 Monday – Friday, 10-4 weekends

Curbside pickup available. Call for questions and updates. Closed temporarily for COVID-19 safety.

Contact
Call 509.523.3112
Email yoshnank@gmail.com
Find them on Facebook

Pioneer Produce & Pantry

Pioneer Produce is a small, naturally grown produce farm, located at the base of Kamiak Butte in Whitman County, Washington. While most of the produce from the farm is distributed to CSA members and the local Food Pantries, their seasoning and herb blends, soup mixes, and preserves, made with ingredients either grown on the farm, in Whitman County, or in the greater Pacific NW region are available to the public. These products are sold online, on the farm, and here and there in the Pullman/Palouse area.

Where & When
12431 SR 27, Palouse, WA.
Open year round on Saturday, Sunday and Monday during daylight hours, or by arrangement.

Contact
Call 509.595.5231
Email Peggy at springroots57@gmail.com
pioneerproduce@kamiakbutte.com
Find them on Facebook

Potlatch Historical Society

The Potlatch Historical Society keeps a self-guided museum in the basement of Potlatch City Hall and contributes to the exhibits within the WI&M Depot. The archives are located on the second floor of the Depot by appointment only. They have an ever growing collection of Potlatch Idaho and North Latah County related subjects and share these on social media.

Where & When
Open by appointment only.
185 Sixth Street Suite 209, Potlatch, ID 83855

Contact
Call (509) 595-7684
potlatchidaho@gmail.com
Find us on Facebook and learn more about Potlatch on our community history page, complete with oral histories, digital projects, and more ways to explore the history of our company town.

Red Pheasant House

This lovely guesthouse is spacious, new, modern, and has a European feel. The 1100 sq. ft. space is an open concept with a fully equipped kitchen. The bedrooms are spacious and inviting. The queen room has lots of light and the king room has a reading area. All linens are 100 percent cotton and non-allergenic pillows and comforters are provided. We pride ourselves on being eco-friendly, all cleaning products are organic and free of perfumes.

Amenities include: a large flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, radiant heated tile floors, reverse osmosis filtered drinking water, coffee/tea, large refrigerator, full wall oven, induction cooktop, micro and dishwasher. This kitchen has everything that you need to cook and serve your meals. An ironing board, iron and hair dryer are available. A private area with a gas BBQ and outdoor seating is provided. Recycling and composting are available to our guests.

The grounds at the Red Pheasant House are quiet and relaxing, you can enjoy lovely sunsets over the rolling hills of this special place on the Palouse.

Where & when
1845 Orchard Ave Moscow, ID
Availability, rates and reservations at redpheasanthouse.com
Contact
Call 208.882.3400
Email melanie@redpheasanthouse.com
Find us on Instagram

Rivaura Winery

Winery, tasting room and 26-acre estate vineyard spanning both sides of the beautiful Clearwater River. This family-run operation offers a welcoming atmosphere, stunning views, fantastic wines and other beverages, food, and events like “Rosé and Yoga.” Online purchasing and ordering for in-store pickup and curbside pickup.

Where & When
Wed/Thurs 2pm-8pm
Fri/Sat 12pm-9pm
Sun 12pm-6pm
21622 Rivaura Lane, Juliaetta, ID 83535
Contact
(208) 791-8993
rivaura.com
Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

 

Sangria Grille

Sangria sources ingredients from over 25 local farmers, ranchers and artisans. The menu is Peruvian with a large focus on seasonality and sustainability. The cocktails are Latin inspired and crafted using herbs from Sangria’s garden, local fruits, and South American spirits. The wine menu features some of the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer as well as a large selection imports from Chile and Argentina.

Where & When
Sangria is currently located at 2124 W. Pullman Rd. and available only for take out orders from 5 – 9 pm, Tues – Sun, but soon will be relocating to the historic Moscow Hotel at 313 S. Main St. Check their website and social media sites for current information. In the meantime, continue to enjoy the delicious Peruvian fare by ordering online at
Contact
https://versieats.com/menu-sangria-grille
Call 208-882-2693
Email manager@sangriagrille.com
sangriagrille.com
Find us on Facebook  and Instagram

2020-09-16T09:50:56-07:00Restaurant|

Simply Wilder Soap

Simply Wilder Soap is located in downtown Harrison, Idaho, in a little shop where we make and sell hand made artisan soaps and bath products. We make a wide variety of soaps, including soaps made with pure essential oils and organic plant based oils, men’s soaps, and customer favorite Huckleberry soap made with Idaho huckleberries and local goat milk. Besides soap and bath products, we feature local hand made pottery, local hand made gifts and local honey.

Where & When
200 S Coeur d’ Alene Avenue Harrison, ID
Friday – Sunday 10:30 am to 4:30 pm.
We also open by appointment other days of the week. Just call or message to set up a time
Contact
Website coming soon. Want us to ship to you? Email or message us on Facebook or Instagram and we’ll send your soaps!
Call (208) 651-0796
simplywildersoap@outlook.com
Find us on Facebook and Instagram

Sky View Inn

Sky View Inn is a cozy guest house tucked away in the quaint community of Juliaetta, Idaho, population 635. It sits at an elevation of 1,860 feet on 9.52 acres, surrounded by majestic pine trees.

The Inn is 1752 square feet and includes a living room, dining room, full kitchen, one downstairs bathroom, a washer and dryer, downstairs bedroom/sunroom, and four upstairs bedrooms that all have beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Free Wi-fi and satellite TV are also available.

The backyard includes a fire pit and access to trails for hiking enthusiasts and onsite opportunities for adventure if bringing ATVs on your trip.

There is parking in front of the Inn for two vehicles and adjacent to the Inn is RV parking and an RV dump.

Wildlife occasionally saunter by as they forage on local food sources like crabapples, blackberries, elderberries, raspberries and huckleberries.

The sheer natural beauty and serene landscape favoring Sky View Inn is best described as “God’s Country”.

Where & when
Juliaetta, Idaho
Year Round

Contact
Ron and Sherill Calhoun
Call 559.381.2409
skyviewinnidaho.com
Find them on Facebook

Spring Art Exhibits at the Libey Gallery

Spring Art Exhibits at the Libey Gallery

The Libey Gallery invites the community during the month of April to visit two new exhibits by Colfax artist Lynnea Vantrease and Kennewick photographer Nancy Richter.

Lynnea Vantrease, a self-taught painter enjoys painting the outdoors from florals to landscapes using mainly oils and acrylics. She hopes that through her work one feels inspired to slow down and enjoy simple beauty. The inspiration and theme for her current exhibit, “Walk with Me” is the chance for her to share how she sees the world.

“Perfectly Palouse” photography exhibit by Nancy Ritcher was inspired by the beauty of the Palouse. Since Nancy was 12 years old, she always had a camera to record people and places, flowers and weathered paint, animals and events. It is her love of clouds that inspired her to start wandering the back roads of the Northwest looking for land to match the clouds.

The Libey Gallery is located in The Bettie Steiger Center adjacent to Colfax Library. The gallery open hours are Monday-Friday 10:00 am to 6 pm and Saturday 1:00-5:00 pm.

St. Joe River Scenic Byway

St. Joe River Scenic Byway follows the course of the beautiful St. Joe River, the world’s highest navigable river. Enjoy picturesque mountain landscapes and watch for bald eagles and osprey overhead, and deer, moose, elk and bear along the river’s edge.

The byway follows 47 miles of paved Forest Highway 50 from its junction with Idaho 3 in St. Maries to Avery. Between May and November (depending on snow) the byway extends another 42 miles of gravel road to the Idaho-Montana border. East along the St. Joe River, watch for bald eagles and osprey. At first deep and still, at St. Joe City, the river becomes shallower with more rapids. You’ll see (lr catch) Dolly Vardins, rainbow, cutthroat and other species of trout.

Allow 2 1/2 to 3 hours, one way, for this drive along a two-lane road with numerous pullouts and points of interest. Full services available in St. Maries and Avery; partial services in Calder. Enjoy the many recreation opportunities along the St. Joe Wild and Scenic River and in the Idaho Panhandle National Forest.

See the video!

2020-09-14T21:04:11-07:00Scenic Byway|

Steptoe Battlefield State Park Heritage Site

This four-acre day-use park commemorates a battle between U.S. Army forces led by Colonel Edward Steptoe and several Native American tribes from eastern Washington that occurred in 1858.

The battle was considered a significant victory for the eastern Washington tribes. Later that summer, however, Colonel George Wright returned to the area with nearly 700 heavily-armed soldiers and defeated the tribes, effectively ending their resistance in that region of the territory.

Where & When

Summer 6:30 a.m. – dusk
Winter 8 a.m. – dusk

S. Summit Loop, Rosalia, WA 99170

Contact

(509) 337-6457

parks.state.wa.us/591/Steptoe-Battlefield/

Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

Storm Drain Mural Applications Are Open!

The City of Moscow invites artists to submit designs for mobile mini-murals on sign stands, to be placed near highly-visible storm drain inlets. This project provides a public space for artists to share their two-dimensional artwork with the public and beautifies street fixtures throughout the community. Up to two selected artists will install hand-painted murals on City-provided sign blanks to communicate the function of our City’s storm sewer system and its connection to local streams. The murals will be on display for two to four years.

Eligibility
This call is open to youth and adult artists who live in Latah County, Nez Perce County, Asotin County, Whitman County, Nez Perce, or Coeur d’Alene tribal members. Artists are eligible regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital or familial status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, and gender expression or identity. Artist teams are eligible to apply, including teams of artists from multiple disciplines. Selection panelists and their immediate family members are not eligible for participation. No artist sitting on a Selection Panel may submit a proposal for the project for which the Selection Panel was formed.

Project Timeline (subject to change)
June 15 – August 5 2022     Submission Period

August 2022                          Artwork Selection, Notification, and Agreements

October 3, 2022                    Finished Artworks Delivered (specific dates TBD)

Honorarium, Sales Information, and Loan Agreement
1. Selected artists will complete an Art Purchase Agreement.

2. Each selected artist will receive an honorarium of $300 upon completion of the artwork.

3. The City of Moscow will incur all costs related to sign stands, 36” x 18” aluminum sign substrates, surface preparation, and a protective clear coat. The City will also provide exterior-grade acrylic paints for the artists’ use, though the artist will be responsible for providing all other tools and supplies.

4. A variety of promotions such as press releases, social media posts, and educational events will follow the completion of the murals. Artists may be called upon for media events such as interviews or photo opportunities.

For more info see the link below:

https://moscowarts.submittable.com/submit/7ed6e1b4-5868-4713-a0fe-95f66351f250/moscow-public-art-2022-storm-drain-murals

2022-06-20T11:19:21-07:00Announcement, Public Art|

Swale

SWALE is an online shop, downtown storefront, and small-batch work/print shop, located in Palouse, Washington. We carry a curated collection of thoughtfully-produced goods that feature our rich rural cultural scene–including original screen-printed goods, pottery, art, accessories, and more. SWALE is woman-owned, progressive, and committed to radical neighboring. Purchase items and gift cards online or in-store.

When & Where
125 E Main St Palouse, WA 99161
Thursday – Saturday 10am-5pm

Contact
Call 360.441.1918
http://www.swaleaway.com
Find Swale on Instagram

 

Sweetwater Design and Antiques

This little antique and decor shop, located in the Riggins One Stop gas station and convenience store, gets new pieces every month when Katherine returns from her monthly buying trip.

Where and When
1119 US 95 South, Riggins Idaho
Wed – Sat, 10-6
Closed the last week of each month

Contact
Email coontskatherine@aol.com
Find them on Facebook

Take a relaxing day trip to visit Lake Coeur d’ Alene

There are many things to do at Lake Coeur d’ Alene, paddle boarding, boating, swimming, or just taking a walk around the lake. 

 

 

Take a minute to meditate while breathing in nature’s wonder.

Image ©meganmack

Taylor Dennler Gardens

Polly says her gardening operation is more than a business – “it’s a vocation, a passion, a wonderful obsession!”

Taylor Dennler wreaths are made from all things grown in the garden and field and are breathtaking sellouts as soon as they are made. Polly’s fall Pumpkin, Squash and Gourd sale at the farm is something people wait for all year – if you’ve never been to the annual sale, you must go!  It’s a chance for a day trip on the less traveled back roads of the Palouse to the Dennler Farm for a one of a kind experience that includes unique, creative displays including over 200 varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds, wreaths made of all natural materials and a display garden with gourd tunnel, pathway and seasonal artistic creations. It truly is where art meets the land!

Where & When
1041 Dennler Loop Juliaetta, ID 83535
Late Summer – Fall.  Check Facebook for sale dates

Contact
Call 208.790.4583
Find them on Facebook and Instagram

The Blue Lantern Coffee House

Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Lewiston, in a historic bank building built in 1905, The Blue Lantern Coffee House is a local coffee house serving coffee, tea, and smoothies. They also serve in-house baked goods, quiche, scones, sandwich, salads and seasonal soups from organic, local and all-natural ingredients. Also serving a variety of local wines and craft beer.

Open seven days a week! They support local by carrying high-quality products grown and produced by local farmers, makers and artisans in our retail space. Don’t miss out on the local artist art openings and have a rotating art exhibit on our walls. All events posted on the Facebook page. Online purchasing and curbside pickup available.

Where and When
326 Main Street, Lewiston, ID 83501
Open Monday thru Friday 7am – 9pm
Saturday & Sunday 8am – 6pm
Contact
Call (208) 596-5446
Email dawnabbott@gmail.com
thebluelanterncoffeehouse.square.site/
Find us on Facebook and Instagram

The Cycle Haus Bikes and Brews

Located in Harrison, Idaho next to the world-renowned Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes, The Cycle Haus Bikes & Brews offers bicycle rentals, service, and sales, along with delicious Doma coffee, craft beer & wine, and delectable food options. With excellent products and service, this is a place where people can come and enjoy good vibes, whether they’re a cyclist or not. The great ambience offers indoor seating with a one of a kind bar and a court yard that allows everyone to kick back and unwind while enjoying the feel of the local culture.

Where & When
7am-7pm,  7 days a week
101 N. Coeur d’Alene Ave., Harrison, ID 83833
Contact
208.689.3436
thecyclehaus.com
cyclehaus@hotmail.com
Find us on Facebook

The Homecoming

A recent addition to Moscow’s public art portfolio, “The Homecoming” is located on the couplet of North Main and C streets. Tacoma-based artists, Jennifer Corio and David Frei were impressed by the rolling hills of the Palouse and wanted to be sure to incorporate elements that pay tribute to this unique landscape.  The birds symbolize the welcoming culture of Moscow, a “sense of slowing down, of coming home,” and the social connectivity that makes Moscow a special place!

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The Yarn Underground

The Yarn Underground is the destination yarn store of the Palouse. Started in a downtown basement in 2010 and moved to current location a couple years later, The Yarn Underground consistently stands for great service and wonderful selections of wool, natural fibers, high quality tools, spinning wheels and more. Palouse Yarn Company is their very own house brand dyed by us, and you’ll find the widest selection available here!

Their mission is to keep the fiber community vibrant while supporting local and American companies. They’re here to bring you squishy yarn, irresistible fiber, affordable tools, and most importantly, good help! Stop by and meet the owner and dyer, Shelley — she is here just about all the time and it is her sole purpose to make The Yarn Underground the best yarn shop on the Palouse!

Where & When

COVID has changed the regular course of business. August 2020 hours are Tues/Weds/Fri 1pm-5; hoping to expand hours to include Saturdays again soon!

409 S Washington St, Moscow, ID 83843

Contact

(208) 882-7700

yarnunderground.com

Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

We offer online purchasing and phone orders—have your order shipped, pick up in store, or we’ll deliver to you curbside.

Third Street Gallery

The Third Street Gallery is a space for art in the heart of downtown Moscow. By featuring the work of established and emerging makers from the Palouse and the broader Inland Northwest, the Third Street Gallery celebrates the creative excellence of the region in a well-loved public space.

City of Moscow Arts Staff and members of the Moscow Arts Commission have worked together to create artistic direction for the Third Street Gallery since the gallery’s beginnings in 1998. The gallery features works in a wide range of media, subject matter, and content while presenting a curatorial vision open to all cultures and art forms.

The Third Street Gallery features artwork on the second and third floors inside Moscow City Hall. The building was designed by architect James Knox Taylor in 1911, and was formerly the Moscow Federal Building. Entered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 as a Second Renaissance Revival brick building, the structure now houses City offices and meeting spaces such as the City Council Chambers. The Third Street Gallery is an essential part of this building, as it brings art into the center of civic life in the City of Moscow.

Where & when
206 East Third Street, Moscow, ID 83843
Monday – Friday at 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Contact
Call (208) 883-7036
ci.moscow.id.us/230/Third-Street-Gallery
Email mcherry@ci.moscow.id.us

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes – Plummer Trailhead

The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is one of the most spectacular trails in the western United States.  It was named one of the 25 top trails in the nation in 2010 by the Rails to Trails Conservancy. The trail runs for 73 miles on smooth asphalt that is perfect for bicycles, in-line skaters, walkers and wheelchairs, winter Nordic skiing and snowshoeing, birding, and wildlife viewing.

The Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes is a 73-mile paved trail spanning the Idaho panhandle between Mullan and Plummer. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government, and the State of Idaho. The trail meanders through the historic Silver Valley, along the Coeur d’Alene River past scenic Lake Coeur d’Alene and through rolling farmlands to Plummer. Twenty developed trailheads provide entry points, and there are twenty scenic waysides along the route with tables to stop for a picnic or a short rest…

See more info on the Idaho Parks & Recreation website

 

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes Bike Trail – Harrison Trailhead

Embrace history and nature on this energizing 71-mile paved path that follows the Union Pacific Railroad from Mullan to Plummer. Along the path there are scenic views of mountains, historic Silver Valley, chain lakes region, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Chatcolet Bridge, Heyburn State Park, and the Palouse hills.

Contact
Berti at 208.689.3111
http://friendsofcdatrails.org/CdA_Trail/index.html
201 Coeur d’Alene Ave, Harrison, ID 83833

 

Tuesday Community Market June 7th- Oct. 4th !!

Live Music, Sushi Man & Fresh Vegetables at the Tuesday Community Market 

 

The Kristie Project will take the stage to kick off the first Tuesday Community Market of the year on June 7 on the lawn at the Latah County Fair and Event Center located at 1021 Harold Street, Moscow, Idaho. The market will be held Tuesdays from 4-7pm June 7 to October 4, 2022, featuring local bands, vendors selling produce, eggs, plants, crafts, beer, food, and more!

Vendors include:

  • SushiMan Food Truck
  • Runner Bean Ranch with fresh produce
  • Rebecca Millstein with plant starts and herbs.
  • Hands and Hearts Farm pastured chicken eggs.
  • Moscow Brewing Company will offer their locally brewed beer.
  • Johnson’s Heritage Farmstead (U.S. Military Veteran Vendor) will sell handmade soap, lotion bars, lip balm, eggs, jam, and produce as the season proceeds.
  • Thimbleberry Candle Co and
  • Handmade home décor, crafts and jewelry from Old World Annie’s and Aria Creates Art.

The Moscow Food Co-op is sponsoring two volunteer positions, if you are interested in volunteering at the market, please contact crambo@moscowfood.coop.

If you would like to sell or have additional questions, please email agintern@latah.id.us or call at 208-883-2267.

Please share and like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tuesdaycommunitymarket

Contact:

University of Idaho Extension, Latah County

200 S. Almon Street, Suite 201

Moscow, ID 83843

agintern@uidaho.edu

Phone: 208-883-2267

Fax: 208-882-8505

 

Unique Antler Design Wildlife Gallery

Gallery showroom for locally made soapstone carvings, antler carvings, lighting and furniture, photography, gourd art and jewelry. Antler art is made on site.

Neil and Shari Medley have spent countless hours in the wild observing wildlife, hunting shed antlers, and creating art from them. Shari learned the art of antler carving from her father, a master carver. Neil creates lighting and furniture from moose, deer, elk and caribou antler. All are U.L. approved. See exquisite examples and prices on line.

Where & when
7378 Hwy 95 South, Riggins, ID 83549
Oct-June  Tues-Sat 8-5
July-Sept  Tues-Sat 10-5

Contact
Call 208.628.3460
Email unqantlr@frontiernet.net
uniqueantlerdesign.com
Find us on Facebook

 

University of Idaho Arboretum & Botanical Garden

The Arboretum is a local favorite for portrait photography and walking meandering trails among some of the Inland Pacific Northwest’s most magnificent plant and tree species. This outdoor museum is maintained for the acquisition and proper curation of a living collection of native and introduced plants that are grown in the Inland Pacific Northwest. This is a truly restful and beautiful place.  Note: Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the Arboretum.

Where & When
1200 West Palouse River Drive, Moscow, ID. Year round, dawn to dusk

Contact
Email arboretum@uidaho.edu
uidaho.edu/infrastructure/facilities/arboretum

Vine 46

Vine 46, located in downtown Lewiston, sources most of the grapes going into their wines from Rosebud Vineyards in the Wahluke Slope AVA in Washington. Vine 46 features an eclectic variety of red wines and small sampling of white wines designed to invoke conversation and tantalize taste buds. They are currently located in Newberry Square on Main St., but very soon will be in a newly renovated space one block south, at 818 F St.

Where and When
Newberry Square – 800 Main Street Suite 6, Lewiston, ID
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm

NOTE:  check the Vine 46 website or Facebook page for their move date!

Contact
Call 208.790.8556
Email info@vine46.com
vine46.com
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Vine Wine Bar & Cellar

Vine is a wine bar and retail bottle shop in beautiful downtown Moscow. We offer wine by the glass as well as a carefully curated selection of wines by the bottle from all over the world. We also have specialty beer, cheese, and cider. We look forward to helping you choose a glass to enjoy in our relaxing bar or a bottle to take home! Curbside pickup available.

Where and When
Find us at 312 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843
Open Monday – Friday 12pm – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm
Hours are subject to change seasonally as well as in reaction to COVID-19.
Contact
Call (208) 882-6502
Email info@vinemoscow.com
www.vinemoscow.com
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Washington Idaho Symphony

The Washington Idaho Symphony brings live classical music to all ages in the Palouse area, while providing an outstanding opportunity for the region’s most accomplished musicians to participate in challenging repertoire and performance. Providing professional orchestral concerts since 1972, the more than 70 instrumentalists are resident music faculty, professional free-lance musicians, and graduate students of Washington State University and the University of Idaho.

Where & When
Various locations around Pullman, WA and the southeastern Washington and north central Idaho region

Contact
Call 208-874-4162
Email info@wa-idsymphony.org
wa-idsymphony.org

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Wawawai Canyon Winery

The Wawawai Canyon Tasting Room in Uniontown offers you a chance to dip into the world of Eastern Washington Boutique Wine — we grow our own grapes in the steep canyon land and craft wines of exquisite character that reflects the potential this wine region offers. Join us as you explore the antique stores, the lovely St Boniface church, the Bed and Breakfast at the Courtyard Inn, and a dining opportunity at Jacobs, the Bistro of Uniontown.

Where & when
204 South Montgomery St., Uniontown, WA 99179
Thursday—Saturday, 12-6pm and by appointment
Contact
Call 509.338.4916
Email twosiderule@gmail.com
wawawaicanyon.com
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Wesson Bunkhouse

A quiet, quaint, country getaway at the south fork of the Palouse River only 1 mile from downtown Pullman is the site of this beautifully hand-crafted bunkhouse, separate but adjacent to the Wesson home, creek, pond and backyard greenhouse.

Where & When
284 Hayward Road, Pullman, WA 99163
Rates & Availability at wessonbunkhouse.com

Contact
509-338-5030
carlawesson@msn.com

Whiskey Creek Artisans Jewelry and Gift Shop

Whiskey Creek Artisans is a small town jewelry and gift shop offering unique custom designed pieces, specializing in wildlife jewelry. Also offering full service jewelry repair and a great selection of unique gifts. All jewelry repair is on-site.

Where & When
206 Johnson Ave. Ste. B, Orofino, ID 83544
9-5  Tuesday – Friday

Contact
Call 208.476.5026
Email whiskeycreekartisans@frontier.com
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White Pine Scenic Byway

From Cataldo Mission, Idaho’s oldest standing building, to the picturesque town of St. Maries and Potlatch, the 83 miles of the White Pine Scenic Byway passes lush forests, farm land, mountains, lakes and marshlands to the St. Maries and St. Joe rivers. The largest stand of white pine in the country lies along Idaho 6 in the St. Joe National Forest. And Potlatch was once site of the largest white pine lumber mill in the world.

Allow two hours for this 83 mile drive, plus time to wet a fishing line, take a hike, strap on cross-country skis, or explore the towns along the way. Begin at the junction of Interstate 90 and Idaho 3, south on Idaho 3 to Idaho 6, then southwest to U.S. 95 at Potlatch.

The White Pine Byway (Idaho 3) runs through the St. Joe National Forest and the entrance to the St. Joe Scenic Byway, intersecting with the Lake Coeur d’Alene Scenic Byway (Idaho 97). Then follows along the Coeur d’Alene River until it intersects with Interstate 90.

Full services in St. Maries.

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White Spring Ranch Museum and Archive Library

White Spring Ranch is listed on the National Historical Registry and was the homestead of early settlers in the wheat producing Palouse area south of Moscow Idaho. John Lorang and Mary Gesellchen Lorang created a successful farm and they and three generations of the family preserved all its history from its founding in 1885 to the present day. Thousands of artifacts are in the archive library collection. The museum is supported by grants and donations and by students and faculty from Washington State University and the University of Idaho.

With a minimal budget of grants and donations, we have become a gathering site for students, artists and volunteers with all kinds of skills to restore the: 1878 Log cabin, c.1880’s Curio cabin, c.1873-1904 Historical Farmhouse and 160 years of letters, journals, books and photographs into an onsite and online library. Learn of the farming history of Idaho and details of American life for the last 160 years.

Where & When
1004 Lorang Rd Genesee, ID
Sundays and Tuesdays, 1 p.m. to sunset. Other times by appointment.
Contact
208.416.1006
whitespringranch.org
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Whitebird Battlefield, Nez Perce Land

You’ll want to get information about the battlefield at the Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor’s Center in Spalding and then drive an hour to the site, located 15 minutes south of Grangeville, ID. The view from the top of the Whitebird Grade is one of the most spectacular sights in Idaho.

When & Where
Nez Perce National Historical Park
39063 US Hwy 95
Lapwai, ID 83540-9715
Contact
(208) 843-7001
http://www.nps.gov/nepe/historyculture/white-bird-battlefield.htm

Whitman County Historical Society

Whitman County Historical Society (WCHS) offers historic tours, location rental and educational programs at four sites in the area. Co-located with Perkins House Museum, a Victorian home built by James and Jennie Perkins in 1886. WCHS purchased the home in 1973 for $13,900 and it has been fully and lovingly restored. Not just a museum, however, the house can be rented by the public for weddings and meetings! Travel the county and visit the other three sites managed by WCHS.

Where and When 
WCHS & Perkins House – 623 N Perkins Ave., Colfax, WA 99111
Pullman Depot – 330 N Grand Ave, Pullman, WA
Chatters Print Museum – 117 E Main, Palouse, WA
Holy Trinity Chapel – 105 E Alder, Palouse, WA.
See website for hours, which vary by location.

Contact
Call 509.553.9729
Email wchsdirector1@gmail.com
whitmancountyhistoricalsociety.org
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WI&M Historic Train Depot

The Historic WI&M Depot was the first commercial structure in the Company Town of Potlatch. Built in 1906, it was purchased by the Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway (WI&M) History Preservation Group (HPG) in 2001. The nonprofit spent 15 years restoring the structure that is now home to shops, offices, a museum, and regular events in the freight room (which also can be rented by the public).

Tour the Depot and museum, absorb the area’s unique heritage, then choose from local history books, art, clothing, and crafts in the shops. The HPG also hosts an Annual History Day and Speeder Rides from the Depot on the 2nd weekend in July.

Where & when
185 6th St. Potlatch, ID 83855
Hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm
Contact
Call 208.875.1357
Email hpgpres@wimryhpg.com
wimryhpg.com
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Wild at Art

Wild at Art is a contemporary, paint-your-own-pottery studio located in Moscow, Idaho. Whether you are painting pottery or canvas or glass, we offer a variety of media for you to express your creative side. The studio is open to the public on a drop-in basis during regular studio hours and is also available as a venue for your next personalized group event or private party by arrangement. They are always announcing new events and artistic activities, so be sure to like the Facebook and Instagram pages to stay in touch. If you are looking for a great way to spend time in Moscow, walk in, grab some paint, and explore the artist within!

Where & when
118 East 3rd Street, Moscow, ID 83843
Wednesday-Saturday 12:00-7:00 p.m.
Sunday 12-5 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday, closed
Contact
(208) 669-2425
gettingwilderatart@gmail.com
moscowwildatart.com
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Wing Over Farm

Wing Over Farm is a woman owned, 1 acre organic vegetable farm within Moscow city limits! The farm features an on site farm store where you can purchase seasonal produce, fruit, locally roasted coffee, duck and chicken eggs. Feel free to wander and see the farm when you go.

Where & When
911 North Mountain View Road, Moscow, ID 83843
The store is open April—November , dawn to dusk.

Online purchasing and online ordering for farm pickup available. Community supported agriculture (CSA) shares also available with weekly pick-ups in Moscow. Look for them at the Moscow Farmers Market, too!

Contact
Call 336.420.4079
wingoverfarmer@gmail.com
wingover.farm
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