MOSCOW — The Kenworthy Annual Gala and Auction will feature an evening of food, drink and entertainment. Doors open at 7 p.m. tonight, while entertainment by the University of Idaho Jazz Choir and DancersDrummersDreamers starts at 8 p.m. A no-host bar and desserts will be on site, while a silent auction takes place to benefit the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre. Tickets, for $20, include a glass of champagne, and are available at BookPeople of Moscow and the Kenworthy box office before each film.
PULLMAN — The Washington State University Faculty Artist Series continues with a voice and piano performance, “Dawn to Dusk in Song,” at 8 p.m. Friday. Julie Wieck, soprano, and Gerald Berthiaume, piano, will open the performance with a Baroque solo cantata, “The Morning” by Thomas Arne. The program will include songs by four Ukrainian composers, which prepare listeners for a CD project Wieck and Berthiaume will begin this fall. Tickets are available in the Bryan Hall lobby 30 minutes before the performance. WSU students with ID are free, while adults are $10 and non-WSU students or senior citizens are $5.
POMEROY — Seeley Theatre and Opera House is celebrating its 100th birthday with a centennial celebration. Pomeroy’s Seventh Street will be open at 3 p.m. with various food and beverage vendors, while The Seeley opens its doors at 3:30 p.m. for a music festival, which begins at 4 p.m. Performers include Scoggin Dancers, Yankee Blue, Pomeroy Pirate Pep Band and more local acts. The movie “Back to the Future” will be shown following the music festival at 8:30 p.m., while more music moves to Spinners Maple Hall, featuring Igor and the Swamp Donkeys. Balcony seating in The Seeley will be available for the first time in 40 years for $15. Adult tickets are $10, while children 5-11 are $5. Children under 5 are free, but must sit in an adult’s lap. Tickets are on sale at Sterling Bank and U.S. Bank in Pomeroy, and provide admission to all of the day’s events.
UNIONTOWN — The Palouse Country Cowboy Poetry Association will perform cowboy poetry and music 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Dahmen Barn. Of the 40 members in the association, barn performers include J.B. Barber, Dave Nordquist, Dick Warwick, Bodie Dominguez, “Farmer” Dave Fulfs and Hal Olson. Warwick was awarded a first place silver buckle in a national cowboy poetry competition. Admission is $7 at the door.
MOSCOW — A traveling “medicine” roadshow, My Enemy Project, will makes its way to Moscow for a one-day interactive art installation by San Francisco artist Yisrael K. Feldsott and team. The exhibit asks, “What if your enemy is as human as you?” and features 5-foot silhouettes, kneeling and handcuffed, with nearby monks aflame, in remembrance of Saigon and Tibet protesters. The exhibit is open for viewing and meditation noon-9 p.m. Wednesday at Tank 41, the steel silo at the corner of Sixth and Jackson streets, while a peace and healing vigil will take place at 6:30 p.m. A documentary film crew will capture participant reactions. Visitors will be offered wooden birds for drawing and painting. Admission is free. More on the project is available at myenemy.org.