April 21LEWISTON — Live music by 7 Devils will highlight the 11th annual Lewis-Clark Recyclers’ Earth Day Celebration here from 4 to 7 April 21 on Capital Street between Second and Third streets downtown.
The free event also features food and beverage vendors, and games and activities for families.
The members of 7 Devils are Scott Cargill (guitar), Jim Laws (drums), Nathan Alford (guitar), Ryan Gibler (bass) and Nathanael Tucker (fiddle). The Lewiston-based band plays in a variety of genres including rock and country.
MOSCOW — “Tracks, Ties and Trails” is the theme for the 2016 Latah Trail Foundation Dinner and Auction to be held April 22 at the Best Western Plus University Inn here.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for the event with a social hour to be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. and will feature a menu of steak, salmon or vegetarian mushroom napolean.
Also on the schedule during the evening are silent and live auctions, and live bluegrass music by Diamond Joe.
Organizers encourage attendees to wear their most interesting ties and hats.
Cost is $50 per person and tickets may be purchased at BookPeople of Moscow, B&L Bicycles (cash or check only) in Pullman, or online at www.latahtrailfoundation.org/2016-Dinner-Auction/.
PULLMAN — A Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, the third annual champagne tea sponsored by Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse, begins at 5 p.m. April 22 at Washington State University’s Brelsford Visitors Center here.
The “Alice in Wonderland”-themed event will feature treats and tea served by the Red Queen’s playing-card courtiers; a no-host bar; silent auction; games; and photos.
Cost is $25 per person and tickets are available online at www.atvp.org or by calling (509) 332-0552.
The visitors center is at 150 E. Spring St.
PULLMAN — The 20th annual Family Fair, with a theme of “Families Around the World,” will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 23 at Lincoln Middle School here.
The event features booths by more than 30 organizations/agencies as well as children’s activities.
The school is at 315 S.E. Crestview St.
LEWISTON — Historian Steven Branting of Lewiston will give a presentation titled “The Days Before the Elms” at 10:30 a.m. April 23 on the campus of Lewis-Clark State College here.
The free talk will be in the Silverthorne Theater in the LCSC Administration Building and will focus on the early history of the LCSC campus on Normal Hill and the neighborhoods adjoining it.
Branting is author of several books about Lewiston history and is a retired educator.
Washington Idaho Symphony will present its annual Domey/Gillespie Young Artists’ Concert in Pullman and Clarkston April 23-24.
The concert will be performed at 7:30 p.m. April 23 in Daggy Hall’s Jones Theatre on the campus of Washington State University in Pullman, and at 3 p.m. April 24 in the Clarkston High School auditorium, 401 Chestnut St.
The program will include “Serenade,” “Der Schwanendreher” featuring James Marshall of Spokane on viola, “Concerto for Double Bass” featuring Oliver Hartman of Ellensburg, Wash., on double bass and “Symphony No. 39 in E Flat Major.”
The cost is $25 for regular price, $15 for ages 13 and older (Pullman only), $10 for ages 12 and younger (Pullman only), free for ages 12 and younger with paying adult and all students with ID (Clarkston only).
Tickets are available online at TicketsWest.com, by phone at (800) 325-SEAT, and all TicketsWest outlets, including Beasley Coliseum in Pullman and Lewiston Rosauers.
OROFINO — The Orofino Community Choir will perform a spring concert titled “Music Like A River Flowing” April 23-24 at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church here.
The choir will sing at 7:30 p.m. April 23 and 2:30 p.m. April 24 at the church, 446 Brown Ave. Featured music will include “What a Wonderful World,” “Dona Nabis Pacem” and “Hallelujah.”
Jan Holzer directs the choir and accompanist is Susan Sparano.
Admission is by donation.
LEWISTON — Lewis-Clark State College here plans its first HumaniFest beginning April 25 with a variety of events, all free, scheduled through the week.
The HumaniFest schedule, which runs through April 29, includes:
— 7 p.m. Monday — LCSC Jazz Band, Silverthorne Theater, Administration Building, LCSC
— 7:30 p.m. Tuesday — LCSC student 10-minute play festival with music from LCSC music students, Room 1, LCSC Music Building, 1105 Seventh St.
— 7:30 p.m. Wednesday — Open mic and story slam, with piano performances by LCSC students, Silverthorne Theater
— 6 p.m. next Thursday — “Work in Progress” by Effusio Dance, Room 1, LCSC Music Building
— 7 p.m. April 29 — poetry readings, Room 1, LCSC Music Building