Thursday May 3rd, Singer/ songwriter and humanitarian Amy Blue will be in Moscow at the Palouse Folklore’s First Thursday Concert. 7 PM at the Attic. Free will donations accepted
Friday May 4th COMMUNITY CONTRA DANCE will be hosted by The Palouse Folklore Society at the Unitarian Church (Corner of 2nd St and Van Buren in Moscow. Music by Potatohead, and Susan Dankovich will be calling the moves . everybody welcome. $8 admission, $5 Newcomers, $6 Folklore Society members. Lessons start at 7:30 p.m. Dances begin at 8 p.m. Tea and light snacks served
Saturday May 5th.Moscow Farmers Market opens its season . Highlights include local fresh produce, farm raised meat, cheeses and honey, delicious baked goods, herbs, fresh flowers and handmade crafts by local artisans. The market is in Friendship Square downtown from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. This Saturday Natalie Rose will perform at 9:30 and Jeremiah Atkin at 11:45.
May 5th and 6th we are excited to ring in spring with The 39th Annual Moscow Renaissance celebration Fair in East City Park. Fair highlights include a welcome ceremony at 10:15 with the Ren Fair royalty, Dave Hall and Helen Yost. Maypole dance at 1:30 pm Saturday and 2:45 on Sunday. Join the parade at 3Pm. on Saturday. The fair offers two full days of festivities and entertainment to celebrate spring including, children’s events and youth Stage, food booths, arts and craft vendors Saturdays headliners are Tony Furtado band @ 5:30 and Dublounge/international at 7:30 Sunday Buffalo Death Beam will be playing at 3:30on the main stage and the Maypole Bards will perform on the youth stage at 11:30 Please leave your dogs home. Admission is free. For more information go to moscowrenfair.org While you are at RenFair this weekend be sure to stop by the KRFP Gyro Food Booth, for a delicious snack, and support Radio Free Moscow.
May 7 th through 11th The University of Idaho Department of Theatre presents 1-Act Play Festival “All in One”. Ten one act plays will be presented 7 PM at the Kiva. admission is $5 A complete list of plays can be found at www. uitheatre.com. Or call 208-885-6465.
Saturday May 19th Join Kami LaMoreaux and KRFP for a Heavy Metal Vomit Party! 7pm at the Moscow Moose Lodge. Featuring: Strichnyne, Diazepam, Tim Blood and the Gutpanthers, VD Victims, and The Kitchen. $4 Cover, and a no host bar for rockers 21 and over
Saturday,May 19th, 2012 The Latah Trail Foundation will be hosting a Dinner and Auction 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. Call Nora Locken at (208) 874-3860 if you are interested in being a volunteer or to donate an auction item. Proceeds help maintain the Moscow – Troy trail and improve the first section of trail in Bear Creek Canyon. For more information visit www.latahtrailfoundation.org
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