June 30MOSCOW — The Border Highlanders will perform for the final installment of the summer’s Children’s Entertainment Series beginning at 6 p.m. June 30 in East City Park here.
The group features highland bagpipes, drums and dancers and has been together since 1974. A performance by the Moscow Arts Commission Band will follow from 7 to 8 p.m.
The park is at 900 E. Third St.
LEWISTON — An exhibit of artwork by DeeDee Wood of Lewiston opens July 1 at the Blue Lantern Coffee House & Wine Bar here. A free reception for the exhibit, titled “Beauty Around Me,” is from 6 to 8 p.m. July 1.
Wood, 49, grew up in Genesee and moved to Lewiston in 1985. After starting with drawing classes, she began taking watercolor classes in 2011, according to a news release. The exhibit features a variety of watercolor landscapes.
The show continues through Aug. 4 at the gallery, 326 Main St.
July 1 and 3
UNIONTOWN — “Clearwater Valley Splendor” is the name of the July exhibit opening July 1 at Artisans at the Dahmen Barn here.
Ron Adams of Ahsahka paints in oil the streams, rivers and mountain settings in Idaho’s Clearwater Valley. The exhibit opens Friday, and an artist’s reception is 1 to 3 p.m. July 3.
Adams began studying art in 1954, when he was 8 years old and settled on painting scenery in oils. For many of his works, he takes photos on location and creates his scenery from those images, according to a news release, but prefers to paint from color sketches done on location. He has taught art for many years, and is the author of three books.
The show continues through July 31 at the barn, 419 N. Park Way.
LEWISTON — A free premiere showing of the film “Destination Idaho” will begin at 7 p.m. July 5 in the Silverthorne Theater on the campus of Lewis-Clark State College here.
The 65-minute documentary includes “taking a 2,000-mile road trip via Airstream to the state’s most interesting and unknown assets,” according to a news release.
The film also features personal interviews, historical footnotes and an original soundtrack by Idaho musicians.
The film, made over the past two years, is a “commercial hybrid,” created in partnership with Idaho filmmaker Karen Day and a number of public and private partners, large and small, including the Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, Idaho Tourism, U.S. National Parks Service, Airstream Adventures Northwest, Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau, Sun Valley Resort, Shore Lodge and more.