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APRIL POETRY RELAY 2022 Thursday, April 28 at 6 p.m. w/ Stacy Boe Miller

Current City of Moscow Poet Laureate: Stacy Boe Miller

Woman sitting in front of a white painted house in a yellow sweater.

Stacy Boe Miller has been a resident of Moscow for over ten years. She holds an MFA from the University of Idaho. She has both nonfiction and poetry published in several journals, and she teaches poetry workshops annually in several, local schools. She serves on the board of High Desert Journal. You can find some of her work at www.stacyboemiller.com.

Moscow Poet Laureate, Stacy Boe Miller, leads the community in celebration of National Poetry Month with this event. Readings will be given by Boe Miller as well as Joely Fitch, CMarie Fuhrman, Cameron McGill, and Cameron McLeod Martin. Admission is open to all, free-of-charge, and attendees are also welcome to enjoy refreshments made by Goose House Bakery, Moscow Brewing Company, and Colter’s Creek Winery.

Now in its third year, The April Poetry Relay is an annual event that celebrates National Poetry Month, highlights the creative work of the Moscow Poet Laureate, and features readings by literary artists of the region.

APRIL POETRY RELAY 2022

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2022-04-25T10:55:57-07:00Uncategorized|

Art Under the Elms 2022

April 22-24, 2022

Lewis-Clark State College

Lewiston, Idaho

The 36th annual Art Under the Elms is a three-day art/artisan fair presented by Lewis-Clark State College’s Center for Arts & History, a nonprofit organization focused on engaging audiences through the arts and humanities. The event takes place on the main campus of Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, which is part of the Lewis-Clark Valley. All proceeds from the event support the Center’s programming through exhibitions, public programs, and arts education initiatives. For more info check out their site https://www.lcsc.edu/cah/art-under-the-elms

2022-04-25T10:49:09-07:00Uncategorized|

Hands Up Mural

Artists Karen Rohn and Shogo Ota stand before their mural “Hands Up” on the north side of the Moscow Hotel in Moscow. The mural was commissioned by the ACLU to commemorate its 25th anniversary in Idaho. It was completed in October 2018.

On Third St., downtown Moscow.  Can be seen from the south side of Third, across from Wells Fargo bank.

Idaho Author’s WWII Historical Book Available on Audiobook

Traveling over the holidays? Here’s some entertaining and thought-provoking listening.

E.M. (Lizzie) Sloan’s captivating historical nonfiction book, When Songbirds Returned to Paris (Fawkes Press 2016), is now available as an audiobook on most audio platforms. This riveting WWII story is revealed as a conversation between Lizzie and Cecily Lefort, her relative and Special Operation Executives secret agent in France. The innovative exchange revives the life of a spy in animated narration by three professional actors: Kelly Quinnett, Gabi Plumm, and David Harlan.

Listen to a sneak preview of When Songbirds Returned to Paris

Follow E.M. Sloan on Facebook.

Northwest Passage Scenic Byway

Follow 202 miles of the Lewis and Clark and Nez Perce National Historic Trails through the ancestral homeland of the Nez Perce people on this National Scenic Byway and All American Road—and Northern Rockies Top 10 Scenic Drive (see www.drivethetop10.com).

The drive takes travelers from Lewiston, Idaho, to Lolo Pass on U.S. Highway 12. At Kooskia the byway splits with one segment heading south on Idaho Highway 13 toward the Camas Prairie and the town of Grangeville. The other segment of this national treasure continues east on US 12 following the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River, and the Lochsa Wild and Scenic River, through a magnificent wilderness to the Lolo Pass Visitor Center where Idaho and Montana meet.

Allow four hours for this drive, but make sure to add time to take in the heritage sites, wildlife viewing, and river recreation along the way.

See the video!

www.nwpassagescenicbyway.org

2020-09-15T15:21:01-07:00Uncategorized|

Shuttered Venue Operations Grant

Are you a theatrical producer, talent representative, venue promoter or do you operate a live venue, live performing arts organization, movie house or cultural institution and have been impacted by COVID-19? Register for SBA’s webinar on Thursday, January 14, at 3 p.m. ET, for a preliminary overview of the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program included in the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act. Eligible organizations with a reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to receive up to a $10 million grant under the program.

About this Event

Join this webinar for a preliminary overview of the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program included in the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act signed into law by President Trump on Dec. 27, 2020. Eligible organizations with a reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to receive up to a $10 million grant under the program. In total, the Economic Aid Act allocates $15 billion for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grants. This webinar will provide introductory information about the grants, who can apply, how potential organizations can prepare, and other detail re: eligibility and applications.
This webinar will provide introductory information about the grants, who can apply, how potential organizations can prepare, and additional details re: eligibility and applications. 

This webinar is at Thursday, January 14, at 1 p.m MST. . You can register HERE. 

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