Aug. 25CLARKSTON — Readers will engage in a discussion of “My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry” by Fredrik Backman beginning at 7 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Asotin County Library here.
The novel discussion is part of the library’s regular Book Night @ Your Library series.
The library is at 417 Sycamore St.
LEWISTON — Singer and songwriter Brad Parsons will play the evening of Aug. 26 at Mystic Cafe here.
Clayne Zollinger will open and the music starts at 9 p.m.
The cafe is at 1303 Main St.
MOSCOW — Portland band Folkslinger will play Aug. 26 at John’s Alley here.
The band’s members include Mark MacMinn (vocals and guitar), Rob Wright (bass and vocals), Mike Mosher (guitar and mandolin) and Dave Kelsay (drums and percussion), according to their Facebook page. They play Americana, folk and alternative music.
Music starts at 9:30 p.m. with Father Deer and Andru Gomez opening.
MOSCOW — The Eric E Band will headline the annual Summer Main Street Concert Aug. 27 in front of Bucer’s Coffeehouse Pub here.
The free community concert is from 7 to 11 p.m. and will feature beer gardens in front of Mingles and Bucer’s. Attendees can bring lawn chairs for seating.
LEWISTON — A 1930s radio-style performance Aug. 28 will benefit the Lewiston Civic Theatre and pay tribute to the late Jacqulyn Haight, a longtime theater volunteer.
The performance begins at 4 p.m. at the Lewiston Community Center, 1424 Main St. It will feature a play, co-written by Haight, which is set in Lewiston in 1911.
Haight, 80, lived in Lewiston and died July 12.
According to her obituary published in the Lewiston Tribune, Haight volunteered at the theater for 43 years in nearly every capacity, and also wrote scripts for the theater’s Children’s Workshop.
Admission to the show is free, but donations to the theater will be accepted at the performance or in Haight’s name at Lewiston-Clarkston Valley Twin River Bank branches or via the theater’s website, lctheatre.org.
PULLMAN — Michael Beers, a comedian who grew up in Montana, will perform a free standup comedy show at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 in the Crimson Room at the Marriott Residence Inn here.
Beers’ act focuses on growing up in Montana, his family and his disability, providing an entertaining look at disability awareness, according to a news release.
Beers has been performing standup for about 12 years and won the 2012 FunnyFest talent search in Calgary, Canada.
The free performance is part of the Independent Living & Assistive Technology Conference “Mission: Possible” Monday and Tuesday at the hotel and sponsored by Disability Action Center NW and the University of Idaho Center on Disabilities AT Project.