This Week In Moscow: April 3–April 9 , 2016

Posted on April 2, 2016

“Community is the number one reason many of our students say they chose NSA. Moscow, Idaho, is home to a vibrant and thriving Christian community that is active year-round. You’ll also find that, between the picturesque natural surroundings and the numerous public events* and activities around town, this little city has a lot to offer.

Sunday, April 3

• 8:30 am: Worship at Christ Church (first service)
• 8:30 am: Worship at TRC (first service)
• 10:45 am: Worship at TRC (second service)
• 11 am: Worship at Christ Church (second service)
• 12:30 pm: Wild Women Winter Art Series: Jewelry with Debi Robinson-Smith at the Dahmen Barn (Uniontown)
• 12 pm: Native American Arts & Crafts Market at the Kibbie Dome (U of I)
• 2 pm: 17th Annual Tutxinmepu Powwow at the Kibbie Dome (U of I)
• 2 pm: The Odd Couple by Neil Simon performed by Pullman Civic Theater (Pullman)
• 4 pm: Northwest Guitar Festival: South Hill Guitars at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)
• 4 pm: Palouse Choral Society presents "Northern Exposure" featuring choral music by northwest composers at the First Presbyterian Church
• 7:30 pm: The opera Cinderella (Cendrillon) at the Admin Auditorium (U of I)

Monday, April 4

• All Day: Public online voting for the 2016 Moscow Farmer's Market poster on the City of Moscow Website.
• 7:30 am:
Morning prayer at NSA
• 9:30 am: Tea Time at NSA
• 6:30 pm: 2016 Borah Symposium, "Waging Peace" kicks off at the U of I Pitman Center Ballroom with a performance of  the "International Anthem" conducted by Dan Bukvich.
• 7 pm: Moscow City Council Meeting at City Hall
• 7 pm: 2016 Borah Symposium, "Waging Peace" panel discussion on Refugees at the U of I Pitman Center Ballroom
• 7:30 pm: Geoffrey Trabichoff violin concert at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)

Tuesday, April 5

• 7:30 am: Morning prayer at NSA
• 9 am: Co-Op Kids activities
• 9:30 am: Tea Time at NSA
• 9:30 am: Osteoporosis exercise group at Gritman Cardiac Rehab Center
• 10:30 & 11 am: Babies lap sit storytime at Moscow Public Library
• 11 am: P1FCU Moscow Branch grand opening celebration at the new location on the Pullman road. Includes lunch, goodies, and giveaways.
• 12 pm: WSU History Department presents "Public Dams, Private Power" with Case Cater at the Compton Union Building (Pullman)
• 12 pm: Lunch & Learn: "The Five Money Questions for Women (and Men Too)" with Carolyn Hicklin of Edward Jones Investments. Bring a bag lunch and come for free information and conversation. At the Gritman Federal Building Conference Room.
• 12:15 pm: Moscow Community Red Cross Blood Drive at St. Mark's Episcopal Church
• 12:30 pm: 2016 Borah Symposium, "Waging Peace" continues at the U of I Pitman Center Ballroom
• 5 pm: Tuesday Night Music Series at the Co-Op
• 5 pm: Singing & visiting at Clark House
• 5 pm: Moscow Tree Commission Meeting at City Hall
• 7 pm: "A None's Story" book release party at BookPeople
• 7:30 pm: Weekly trivia night at Tapped Taphouse & Kitchen. Win a $50 gift card!

Wednesday, April 6

• 7 am: Moscow Urban Renewal Agency Meeting at City Hall
• 7:30 am:
 Morning prayer at NSA
• 9 am-3 pm: Inland Northwest Blood Drive in front of Gritman's main entrance
• 12 pm: Motherhood Connections infant care & development class at Martin Wellness Center
• 11:30 am: 2016 Borah Symposium, "Waging Peace" continues at the U of I Pitman Center Ballroom
• 12:30 pm: China on the Palouse seminar: "Chinese in Peril: The Massacre in Hells Canyon" presentation by Gregory Nokes in the Commons Whitewater Room (U of I)
• 3:30 pm: Caregivers' Support Group at Adult Day Health
• 3:45 pm: CC/TRC Youth Choir rehearsal
• 4 pm: Storytime for tots at BookPeople
• 5:10 pm: Beer & Psalms at Canon Press
• 5:30 pm: Moscow Fair & Affordable Housing Commission Meeting at City Hall
• 5:30 pm: TRC Choir dinner
• 5:30 pm: FREE Arabic Language and Culture Class, at the Admin Building Room 318 (U of I)
• 6 pm: Bookbinding, paper making, and bone folder workshop, part 3. At the Prichard Art Gallery with Jim Croft and Nana Woodland
• 7 pm: 2016 Borah Symposium, "Waging Peace," keynote address by humanitarian, best-selling author, and founder of War Child, Samantha Nutt at the U of I Pitman Center Ballroom
• 7:30 pm: Seasonal Wanderings Family Series: "Star Party!" Dress warmly, and come to the PCEI Nature Center during the new moon to chat with local astronomers, look through telescopes, and enjoy wine and hot chocolate (for purchase). Registration—and a flashlight—is required.

Thursday, April 7

• 10:30 am: Storytime at Moscow Public Library
• 11 am: Children's storytime at BookPeople
• 4 pm: Nutrition & Exercise Class at Latah Recovery Center
• 7 pm: The Logos Dad's Band live in concert at the Nuart Theater
• 7:30 pm: Jr. High Bible Study
• 7:30 pm: The Odd Couple by Neil Simon performed by Pullman Civic Theater (Pullman)
• 8 pm: Live music at Bucer's Coffehouse Pub

Friday, April 8

• 6:30 am: Men’s prayer meeting for reformation and revival
• 7:45 am: NSA Prospective Student Weekend registration begins in the NSA Commons. Click here for the complete PSW schedule.
Grace-Agenda-illustration• 8:30 am: Grace Agenda Church Leaders' pre-conference registration begins at TRC
• 9 am: Grace Agenda Femina pre-conference registration begins at the Church of the Nazarene
• 10 am: WSU Mom's Weekend Spring Arts & Crafts fair at Beasley Coliseum
• 11 am: Children's storytime at BookPeople
• 11:30 am: Moscow Chamber of  Commerce ambassador luncheon at the Best Western
• 12:30 am: "Master the Art of Aging" ten-week class begins at Pullman Regional Hospital. First 30 registrants attend free ($99 value).
• 3 pm: Grace Agenda conference registration begins at the Church of the Nazarene
• 3:30 pm: NSA special Grace Agenda Disputatio featuring Dr. John Sanford at the Church of the Nazarene
• 5 pm: Movie & game night at Latah Recover Center
• 5:30 pm: Chinese Food Club at the 1912 Center. Special guest chefs will introduce you to a new Chinese dish, let you sample delicious food, and help you master new Chinese words & phrases. Registration required.
• 6 pm: WSU MFA thesis exhibition reception at the Museum of Fine Art (Pullman)
• 6 pm: Spring Yarn "Tasting" at Yarn Underground. Try some new light-weight yarns, enjoy snacks, a raffle, and a goodie bag.
• 6:30 pm: U of I Jazz Bands & Choirs concert at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)
• 7:30 pm: Moscow Community Theater presents The Comedy of Errors in Space. Shakespeare in a sci-fi setting.
• 7:30 pm: The Dinner Party theater performance at Daggy Hall (WSU)
• 7:30 pm: The Odd Couple by Neil Simon performed by Pullman Civic Theater (Pullman)
• 8 pm: Live music at Bucer's Coffehouse Pub

Saturday, April 9

• 8 am: Tedx UIdaho talk: "Cultivating Curiosity" at the Admin Auditorium (U of I)
• 8:30 am:
Grace Agenda Kids' Science Camp at the Church of the Nazarene
• 9:30 & 11 am and 2, 3:30, & 5 pm: "Music of the Spheres" at the WSU Planetarium. Join the quest of Johannes Kepler to find harmony in the heavens.
• 11 am: Storytime at Moscow Public Library
• 11 am: Annual Art Demonstration Day at the Dahmen Barn. 14 different artists will demonstrate making wearable art, from clothing to jewelry. (Uniontown)
• 12:00 pm: "Baby's First Sweater": knitting class at Yarn Underground
• 2 pm: Pullman Farmers' Spring Pop-Up Market on Main Street (Pullman)
• 2 pm: "Knit, Purl, Repeat": fiber arts class at Yarn Underground
• 2 pm: The Odd Couple by Neil Simon performed by Pullman Civic Theater (Pullman)
• 4 pm: "Madams & Murder" hosted by Latah County Historical Society. Includes a presentation on the history (yikes) prositution in Moscow, and food and beer available for purchase from Tapped & Big John's BBQ as well as live music from Delt G Bottleneck Blues
• 6 pm: Relay for Life: "Let's Be Superheroes" event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Open to all ages. Includes overnight relay (with camping!) on the U of I track, live music, food, massages, haircuts, silent auction, Dutch Bros. and more at the Kibbie Dome (U of I)
• 7:30 pm: The Band Perry performs at WSU's Beasley Coliseum (Pullman)
• 7:30 pm: Moscow Community Theater presents The Comedy of Errors in Space. Shakespeare in a sci-fi setting.
• 7:30 pm: "Carnival of the Animals" Grace Agenda concert featuring Collegium Musicum and Schola Cantorum's Cheneniah Choir at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)
• 7:30 pm: The Dinner Party theater performance at Daggy Hall (WSU)
• 7:30 pm: The Odd Couple by Neil Simon performed by Pullman Civic Theater (Pullman)
• 8 pm: Live music at Bucer's Coffehouse Pub


*Events are subject to change. Please check with various venues and event planners for details. This calendar is a public service of New Saint Andrews College. Inclusion of events on this calendar does not reflect affiliation with or endorsement by New Saint Andrews College.


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