The WSU College of Veterinary Medicine is inviting children to bring their favorite stuffed animal, get scrubbed in with veterinary students, and assist with surgery at the Teddy Bear Surgery Clinic. The event will take place this Saturday from 10 to 3 at the hospital. Numerous veterinary clubs will be […]
The Inland Oasis is hosting LGBTQ youth support on the first and third Sunday of each month starting this Sunday. Ages 10-13 will meet from 1-2 p.m. and ages 14-18 will meet from 2-3 p.m. at the Inland Oasis Center in Moscow.
University of Idaho international students, faculty, and staff will showcase the culture, food, and music of about 20 countries during the 24th Cruise the World this Sunday. The event will take place from 11 to 4 in the International Ballroom of the Bruce Pitman Center. Cultural performances will be given […]
The University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music presents ‘The Magic Flute,’ on Friday and Sunday. The event will take place at the Administration Building Auditorium on the U of I campus. ‘The Magic Flute’ is a fantastical tale of two young lovers whose journey in the world brings […]
Nominations for the Moscow Mayor’s Arts Awards are open now through July 29th. The Mayor’s Arts Awards recognize individuals and organizations who have shown substantial support for and excellence in the arts. The event is biennial, with a nomination and selection process facilitated by City of Moscow Arts staff and […]
The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts presents the new play “Just Bea,” this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and on Sunday at 2. The play will be performed at the Pocket Playhouse in Shoup Hall. Admission is free for U of I students and $5 for the public.
The Moscow Community Theatre is hosting ‘Sally Cotter and the Censored Stone’ Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2. The play, written by Dean O’Carroll, will be performed at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center. To purchase tickets, go to the Moscow Community Theatre’s website.
The latest U.S. Census annual population estimates shows that Latah County now has over 40,000 residents. The data from the Idaho Department of Labor reports that there are 40,313 people in Latah County. The July 1st 2021 population estimate is up 2% from 2020.
Pullman’s new downtown apothecary is hosting its grand opening on Friday. Grander Goods is a natural market featuring over 70 apothecary herbs and spices and dozens of loose leaf teas. Grander Goods is at Main and Grand at the former Manny’s coffee shop location. The grand opening is from 10:00 […]
A Pullman High School teacher is being recognized by a national organization. PHS chemistry and computer science teacher Johanna Brown has earned a 2022 award from the National Science Teaching Association. Brown has won the Robert E. Yager Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award. She will be recognized during a celebration […]