By Dallas Callahan
TONIGHT (Aug. 10)
LEWISTON — Live music will be played from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight at Mystic Café, 1303 Main St. It will be an acoustic evening with William Finch and Darren Eldridge performing. (Finch and Eldridge, with his band Sweet Rebel D, also have Friday gigs at Hogan’s Pub in Clarkston; see the story on Page 4.)
SATURDAY (Aug. 12)
LEWISTON — Feeling hungry? Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10043 is having it’s End of August Breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the post, 1104 Warner Ave. Cost by donation is $7 for adults and $3 for children 12 and younger.
The menu includes biscuits and sausage gravy, scrambled eggs with ham, sourdough and regular pancakes, applesauce, coffee and juice.
SATURDAY (Aug. 12)
Calling all boaters and river users — the Snake River Cleanup is Saturday, with sign in from 9 to 10 a.m. at Heller Bar boat launch.
A free lunch will be provided at Couse Creek boat launch, and people can exit the river from there. Cleanup can be done by raft or boat on the river or by car on the road. A Discover Pass or Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife permit is required to park at Heller Bar and Couse Creek. More information is available by calling Jolene Hopper at (208) 791-6666.
MONDAY (Aug. 14)
MOSCOW — The Sass Brothers (formerly Thorn Creek Express) are on tap for the final event of the Summer Plaza Concert Series at 5:30 p.m. Monday. It will be a family friendly show for the community.
The Sass Brothers are a family band from the Palouse, with members Lucas, 23; Tyler, 21; Austin, 21; and Carson, 18. The brothers often refer to their music as “sassgrass,” surprising audiences with the unexpected and pushing musical boundaries.
Attendees can bring their own picnic or purchase meals at the 1912 Center.
Tours of the upper floors of the center will be offered at intermission.
WEDNESDAY (Aug. 16)
PULLMAN — The Cherry Sisters Revival will perform at Reaney Park here from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The group is a string band of ukuleles, a banjo, percussion and vocals. They play an eclectic collection from old country to traditional music.
Tracie Brelsford is on banjo, percussion and lead vocals. Connie Steiger pulls strings on ukuleles (soprano, concert, baritone and banjolele); and Shelly Gilmore plays ukulele, bass ukulele, harmonica, concertina and washboard.
Heros N Sports will serve food from 5:30 to 7 p.m. More information is available by calling Pullman Parks and Recreation at (509) 338-3227.
More information is available by calling Pullman Parks and Recreation at (509) 338-3227.