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1912 Center

This 1912 high school has been repurposed into a community center featuring an art gallery and spaces for many kinds of arts and cultural experiences. It is on the National Register of Historic Places, and has been gradually renovated, from the bottom up since 1997.  Two new rooms on the second floor are opening soon. The 1912 Center is a favorite place for weddings, public meetings, art classes and more!

Where & when
412 E. Third Street, Moscow, ID 83843
Weekdays 9am-6pm, weekends by event
Tuesday and Thursday are senior lunches
Plaza concerts on Monday evenings in the summer
Winter markets six times per year

Contact
Call 208.669.2249
Email 1912center@gmail.com
1912center.org
Find them on Facebook

*Night time exterior photos shared courtesy of David Harlan

Artwalk Season Finale Thurs. June 16th 4-8pm

The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission announced the Artwalk Season Finale event to be held on Thurs., June 16 from 4-8 p.m.

The 2021-2022 Artwalk season culminates with an event including visual, culinary, literary, and performing arts offerings at 27 host locations, as well as a street fair with 6 food vendors and 21 art vendor/demonstrator booths.

Artwalk flyers including host, vendor, and musician information are available at the following times and locations:

Online
Participants can view, download, and print a flyer starting on June 3, 2022 from the City of Moscow website: https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/189/Artwalk

In Print

  • Participating host locations will have printed event flyers available to the public starting on Sat., June 11, 2022.
  • Moscow Arts Commission members will host a table at the Moscow Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sat. June 11, 2022. Printed flyers, stickers, and other program information will be available in print.
  • During the Artwalk event on Thurs., June 16, event attendees can find flyers located on stands placed along the length of Main St. as well as at the City of Moscow information tent at Friendship Square.

Along with arts features at host locations, the Artwalk Season Finale offers many other exciting experiences:

Artwalk Street Fair
The street fair footprint on Main St. stretches from 3rd to 6th, including the half-block from Main to the alley on 5th St. The event includes a City Council-approved, temporary suspension of open container laws within the Entertainment District. Event attendees who are 21 years-of-age or older may present a valid form of identification to a participating vendor to get an event cup and wristband. This will allow them to walk within the event footprint while carrying a cup of beer or wine.

Artwalk Passport
The Artwalk Passport program guides event attendees to participating street vendors and host locations, where a representative at the location will sign or stamp the Passport. Once the Passport holder has gathered 6 stamps, they can turn it in for the drawing at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce + Visitor Center by 7:45 p.m. on Thurs., June 16. Those who enter the drawing are eligible to win prizes provided by participating businesses.

Art Vendors
Participants are invited to explore multiple booths featuring local art vendors at the Artwalk street fair just to the north of Friendship Square.

Foodwalk
Moscow’s local culinary arts businesses take center stage at Foodwalk, where participants can find a variety of food and beverage options located between 5th St. and Friendship Square on Main St.

Music
Live musical performances will take place beginning at 4 p.m. at Friendship Square and at Kidwalk between 5th and 6th Streets. The artist line-up includes DJ Dave, The Intentions, and MAITA at Friendship Square. DJ Joe and The Electric Light Show presents music for the young-at-heart at Kidwalk.

Kidwalk
New to this year’s Artwalk experience is Kidwalk, a neighborhood of the Artwalk street fair designed just for families and children. Kidwalk is located between 5th and 6th on Main Street, and features art performances, vendors, and interactive demonstrations that are perfect for families. In the intersection immediately to […]

Cordelia Lutheran Church

Historic Cordelia Lutheran Church is the oldest Lutheran building in Idaho (established in 1883). Visitors welcome. It is available, without charge, for picnics, weddings, vow renewals, and family gatherings.

Where and When
1501 Danielson Rd. Genesee, ID 83832

Contact
email cordeliachurch@gmail.com
cordeliachurch.org
Find us on Facebook

Empire Theatre

Check the website for shows by local and touring performers. From Marimba bands to Country and Western, comedy, plays and movies, there is something for everyone throughout the year.

Where and When
126 S. Crosby, Tekoa, WA 99033
Check online Calendar for scheduled events

Contact
Call 208.643.3764
Email tekoaempiretheatre1@gmail.com
tekoaempiretheatre.com
Find us on Facebook

Libey Gallery in The Center at Colfax Library

Libey Gallery features local artists and photographers showing and selling their works. Adjacent to the Colfax Library, two large gallery rooms with custom lighting and sound provide a pleasing atmosphere for showcasing local talent. Libey Gallery also plays host to community events like December’s Festival of Trees and provides rental options for private functions.

Located at the second stoplight in Colfax, don’t miss the Libey Gallery – and while you are visiting, stroll around the adjacent Colfax Library to see the many historic exhibits and art pieces on display there!

Call 509-397-4366 to arrange purchase over the phone. We offer curbside pickup. Check our website for online performances.

Where & when
110 S. Main Street Colfax, WA 99111
Monday-Wednesday 10am-8pm
Thursday-Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday-Sunday 1-5pm
Closed holidays

During COVID restricted hours, call 509-397-4366.

Contact
Call (509) 397-4366
Email kirkpatr@colfax.com
whitco.lib.wa.us

Nez Perce Tourism

Itooqanaawit  – Live It!

Nez Perce Tourism welcomes you to experience a true sense of place with Nimiipuu, which translates as “The People.” Nez Perce Tourism is a business that respectfully echoes the past and present Nimiipuu culture to include the following; it’s people, lifestyle, heritage, landscapes, music, dance, art/craft, historical sites, museums, cuisine, pow wow, spiritual beliefs and philosophy (respect for all things).

Nez Perce Tourism offers the only tours created to connect you to Nimiipuu culture through interactive storytelling, song, drum and dance. From river beds to mountain tops, Nez Perce Tourism offers land and water journeys that give insight into the Nimiipuu way of life. Every Nez Perce Tourism experience is customized with the importance of introducing and respecting Nimiipuu traditional and cultural values. Each tour is designed to be educational and transformational, as the sacred landscape and voices of Nimiipuu ancestors echo beyond your visit.

NP Tourism’s Nez Perce Traditions gift shop in downtown Lewiston also offers an opportunity to experience the art and beauty of Nimiipuu culture. See examples of what is available there on the Traditions Facebook page.

Where and When
The gift shop and cultural center is at 800 Main Street Suite #4, Lewiston, ID 83501
Open 10-6, Tuesday – Saturday

Contact
Call (208) 790-8873
Email nezpercetourism@gmail.com
nezpercetourism.com
Find us on Facebook

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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