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click here for a print-friendly version of this pageThe Lewis-Clark Valley is located 465 river miles from the Pacific Ocean at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. The twin cities of Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington, named in honor of the Corps of Discovery explorers, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, serve as a regional service center for the Inland Northwest. Lewiston is the site of Idaho’s first capital, which was later moved to Boise. Lewiston is also the site of Idaho’s only seaport, one of three port facilities serving the Lewis-Clark Valley.

The history of the Lewis-Clark Valley is rich with traditions and stories of the Nez Perce Indians and how they welcomed the explorers in 1805. More stories followed when the valley became the home to miners, merchants, railroads, mill workers and farmers.

Recreational opportunities abound in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Known as the Gateway to Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest gorge, opportunities for jet boating, whitewater rafting, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping are limitless. Miles of levee pathways follow the rivers for walking, jogging and biking. The area is often referred to as the "Banana Belt" due to the mild winter climate that allows for year-round golfing while being only a short drive away from snow skiing and snowmobiling. The Lewis-Clark Valley is a recreational paradise teeming with history…come experience it.

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3/1/2014 -  Moscow Mardi Gras 2014
Moscow
(recurring until 3/2/2014)
Daytime Mardi Gras features the Moscow Mardi Gras Parade (11 a.m.) and Kid's Mardi Gras (10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) in downtown Moscow. Moscow Mardi Gras, Inc. is a non-profit organization which raises money for local children’s organizations and distributes the funds via grants by providing day-long festivities annually on the first Saturday in March and culminating with a festive musical experience in downtown Moscow, Idaho. This year's bands are Sweatshop Union, Soul Siren, McTuff, Bare Wires and the Fabulous Kingpins starting at 9 p.m. Down North and Simba and the Exceptional Africans will be playing all-ages shows starting at 8 p.m. Like us on Facebook or see the webpage for details and locations.

Related Website:  http://www.moscowmardigras.com
8/18/2014 - 9/13/2014 -  Museum of Art/WSU Fine Arts Faculty Focus: Ann Christenson
Pullman
The Museum of Art/WSU announces a retrospective journey in a Fine Arts Faculty Focus Exhibition by artist Ann Christenson, Aug. 18– Sept. 13. An opening reception will be held 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28, in the Museum of Art gallery with a talk given by the artist at 7 p.m. Admission to the museum is free. The Museum of Art has a long-standing tradition of presenting work by department of Fine Arts faculty members. Since 2004, these exhibits have alternated large group shows with a biennial exhibit showcasing a recently retired faculty member. This year the museum presents a retrospective exhibit of Ann Christenson's work. Ann Christenson began teaching at WSU in 1990 as a ceramicist. Her work often resembles a confluence of juxtapositions: organic yet geometric, industrial yet primeval, intimate yet worldly, and awkward yet elegant. She draws her influences from her cross-cultural experiences, domestic environment, and the natural world in order to explore space and material. She creates decorative ceramic forms that disrupt convention and echo an unexpected beauty. Intuition and improvisation often come into play, and the diversity of ceramic art throughout the ages fuels her creations. The Museum of Art is located on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium in the Fine Arts Center on the WSU Pullman campus. Gallery hours are Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., open until 7 p.m. on Thursdays and closed on Sundays. For more information please contact the museum at 509-335-1910 or visit our website at http://museum.wsu.edu. This exhibit is funded by the members of the Museum of Art/WSU and the Samuel H. and Patricia W. Smith Arts Endowment Fund.

Related Website:  http://museum.wsu.edu
9/4/2014 -  Heaven Can Wait
Pullman
Heaven Can Wait Directed By Shirlee Hennigan Rated PG September 4th - September 21st, 2014 The classic play tells the story of Joe Pendleton, a professional boxer and pilot who, when his plane flight does awry, has his soul pulled from his body before he has died. In Heaven, Mr. Jordan, the chief angel, is forced to find him a new body. He ends up using the form of a rich man recently murdered by his wife. The hijinx begins when Joe as Jonathan Farnsworth, falls for the lovely Bette, and reunites with his manager Max. Meanwhile Jordan and his assistant struggle to keep Joe in line and find him a body better suited for throwing a punch. The play is full of laughs and fun with the sincerity of the theater of the 1940s. Heaven Can Wait is a play that smiles while it asks questions about love, destiny and free will.

Related Website:  http://lctheatre.org
9/4/2014 -  Heaven Can Wait
Moscow
Heaven Can Wait Directed By Shirlee Hennigan Rated PG September 4th - September 21st, 2014 The classic play tells the story of Joe Pendleton, a professional boxer and pilot who, when his plane flight does awry, has his soul pulled from his body before he has died. In Heaven, Mr. Jordan, the chief angel, is forced to find him a new body. He ends up using the form of a rich man recently murdered by his wife. The hijinx begins when Joe as Jonathan Farnsworth, falls for the lovely Bette, and reunites with his manager Max. Meanwhile Jordan and his assistant struggle to keep Joe in line and find him a body better suited for throwing a punch. The play is full of laughs and fun with the sincerity of the theater of the 1940s. Heaven Can Wait is a play that smiles while it asks questions about love, destiny and free will.

Related Website:  http://lctheatre.org
9/4/2014 -  Heaven Can Wait
Clarkston
Heaven Can Wait Directed By Shirlee Hennigan Rated PG September 4th - September 21st, 2014 The classic play tells the story of Joe Pendleton, a professional boxer and pilot who, when his plane flight does awry, has his soul pulled from his body before he has died. In Heaven, Mr. Jordan, the chief angel, is forced to find him a new body. He ends up using the form of a rich man recently murdered by his wife. The hijinx begins when Joe as Jonathan Farnsworth, falls for the lovely Bette, and reunites with his manager Max. Meanwhile Jordan and his assistant struggle to keep Joe in line and find him a body better suited for throwing a punch. The play is full of laughs and fun with the sincerity of the theater of the 1940s. Heaven Can Wait is a play that smiles while it asks questions about love, destiny and free will.

Related Website:  http://lctheatre.org
9/12/2014 -  Free ALC Clothing Exchange
Lewiston

Abundant Life Church 1483 16th Avenue
Bring gently used clothes or two canned goods, then select bag(s) full of clothes, shoes, and a coat.This is a community outreach for the Lewis Clark Valley.
Contact: Jill Robeson at (509)552-1047 or email: jill.robeson@gmail.com

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9/13/2014 -  Free ALC Clothing Exchange
Lewiston

Abundant Life Church 1483 16th Avenue
Bring gently used clothes or two canned goods, then select bag(s) full of clothes, shoes, and a coat.This is a community outreach for the Lewis Clark Valley.
8:00am to 1pm
Contact Jill Robeson at (509) 552-1047 or email: jill.robeson@gmail.com

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9/13/2014 - 9/14/2014 -  Bike MS Inland Northwest comes to Kellogg, Idaho, September 13 and 14
Colfax
Bike MS Inland Northwest: Cycle the Silver Valley, comes to Kellogg, Idaho, on September 13 and 14. One of the premier cycling events in the Northwest, Bike MS features 20- to 100-mile route options for all levels of experience along with a festival atmosphere, great food, music, a beer garden and a Saturday evening rally. A minimum of $200 in fundraising is required to participate. Funds support research, programs and services for nearly 15,000 people living with multiple sclerosis across the Northwest. For more information or to register, go to www.bikemsnorthwest.org or call the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Northwest Chapter at 509-482-2022.

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