This Week In Moscow: April 24–April 30 , 2016

Posted on April 23, 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 24

• 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 am: Wild Women Art series: Quilling workshop at the Dahmen Barn
• 2 pm: U of I Theater Arts presents Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Hartung Theater (U of I)
• 3 pm: Washington Idaho Symphony Young Artists' Concert at Clarkston High School (Clarkston)
• 7 pm: TRC Easter Evensong service at First Presbyterian Church

Monday, April 25

• All Day: Call for entries for vinyl wrap traffic designs for the City of Moscow ($100 prize). Deadline for submissions is May 16.
• 7:30 am: Morning prayer at NSA
• 9:30 am: Tea Time at NSA
• 3 pm: Moscow Administrative Committee meeting at City Hall
• 3 pm: Moscow Public Works/Finance Committee meeting at City Hall
• 3:30 pm: Moscow Public Library Maker Mondays: computer destruction & soldering workshop for ages 8+
• 3 pm: Artability Showcase 2016 at the 1912 Center featuring 80 pieces by 19 local artists with disabilities
• 6:30 pm: He Named Me Malala film at the Kenworthy
• 7:30 pm: Guitar Ensemble concert at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)

Tuesday, April 26

• 7:30 am: Morning prayer at NSA
• 9 am: Free Co-Op Kids craft activities. (Snack provided)
• 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
• 12 pm: Lunch & Learn: "Smart Phone Use" with Will Gillespie of Inland Cellular. Bring a bag lunch and come for free information and conversation. At the Gritman Federal Building Conference Room.
• 1 pm: Homeschool Institute of Science Lego Robotics Camp begins at Bonkerz for ages 4-6 and 7-10.
• 4 pm: Moscow Farmers' Market walk-on vendor meeting at City Hall
• 5 pm: Tuesday Night Music Series at the Co-Op
• 5 pm: Singing & visiting at Clark House
• 5:30 pm: First-time homebuyers' class at the 1912 Center
• 7:30 pm: Weekly trivia night at Tapped Taphouse & Kitchen. Win a $50 gift card!
• 7:30 pm: Concert Band Wind Ensemble concert at Haddock Performance Hall (U of I)

Wednesday, April 27

• 7:30 am: Morning prayer at NSA
• 9 am-3 pm: Inland Northwest Blood Drive in front of Gritman's main entrance
• 11 am: "Seniors & Fraud" seminar at Good Samaritan Society presented by the Crime Victim Service Center. Complimentary lunch provided.
• 12 pm: Motherhood Connections infant care & development class at Martin Wellness Center
• 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: 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 6. At the Prichard Art Gallery with Jim Croft and Nana Woodland
• 7 pm: Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission meeting at City Hall
• 7 pm: YA for All book club at One World Cafe. Adults and teens welcome.

Thursday, April 28

• 7 am: Moscow Urban Renewal Agency Meeting at City Hall
• 10:30 am:
 Storytime at Moscow Public Library
• 11 am: Children's storytime at BookPeople
• 4 pm: Indie Designer clothing & jewelry trunk show at One World Cafe
• 4:30 pm: Moscow Historic Preservation Commission meeting at City Hall
• 5:15 pm: Moscow Parks & Rec Commission meeting at the HIRC multipurpose room
• 5:15 pm: Exercise for Postpartum Women at Uma Center. Sponsored by the Co-Op
• 5 pm: Idaho National Laboratory Open House at the Best Western
• 7 pm: Silent film Phantom of the Opera (c.1928) screening with live 8-piece musical ensemble directed by Al Gemberling at the Kenworthy
• 7:30 pm: Jr. High Bible Study
• 7:30 pm: "The Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth—A Live-Action Graphic Novel" at WSU's Daggy Hall (Pullman)
• 7:30 pm: U of I Theater Arts presents Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Hartung Theater (U of I)
• 8 pm: Live music at Bucer's Coffehouse Pub

Friday, April 29

• 6:30 am: Men’s prayer meeting for reformation and revival
• 7 am: "Bronzed & Bottled" Walla Walla day trip begins from the Rosauers parking lot. This excursion for lovers of food, wine, and art benefits the Prichard Art Gallery.
• 11 am: Children's storytime at BookPeople
• 1 pm: Moscow Arbor Day celebration & tree planting at the HIRC
• 2:30 pm: UI Engineering Design EXPO at the Pitman Center Ballroom (U of I)
• 3:30 pm: Disputatio at the Nuart: Student thesis presentations
• 5 pm: "Moscow Friday" downtown block party on Main Street with live music, local food. First 100 people downtown will receive a gift.
• 5 pm: Movie & game night at Latah Recover Center
• 6:30 pm: Logos Knights' Fest Ball begins for elementary age dancing. Secondary begins at 8.
• 7 pm: "Alleluia!" spring concert presented by New Saint Andrews College at the Administration Auditorium (U of I). Selections include: Bach's cantata Christ Lag in Todesbanden - BWV 4, Bach's motet Lobet den Herrn, Thompson's Alleluia, Tavener's Song for Athene, Honegger's The Death of David, plus music from Estonia, Norway, Haiti, and more.
• 7:30 pm: U of I Theater Arts presents Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Hartung Theater (U of I)
• 8 pm: Live music at Bucer's Coffehouse Pub

Saturday, April 30

• 9:55 am: MET Live in HD presents: Elektra at the Kenworthy
• 10 am: Mulberries children's consignment event at the 1912 Center. Open to the public. Sign up online to sell your kids' gently used items.
• 10 am: 43rd Annual Moscow Renaissance Fair begins at East City Park
• 10 am: Prescription drug take-back day at Gritman. Bring your unused or expired medications to dispose of them safely.
• 11 am: Storytime at Moscow Public Library
• 1 pm: "Plant a Miniature Garden" activity for kids aged 6–12, at the Dahmen Barn (Uniontown)
• 1 pm: Altered Ego hand-sewing class. No experience and no machine required.
• 4:30 pm: TRC Easter Fest at SEL Events Center (Pullman)
• 7 pm: Hope Glow Run: 5k family run and 10K Challenge run to benefit Relay for Life. Event includes a BBQ, beer garden & glow-in-the-dark shirts. At NRS east campus.
• 7:30 pm: U of I Theater Arts presents Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Hartung Theater (U of I)
• 7:30 pm: Washington Idaho Symphony Young Artists' Concert at WSU's Daggy Hall (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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