By Dallas Callahan
CLARKSTON — Looking to jam?
This month’s Third Thursday Session is an open celtic and old-time jam session from 7 to 9 tonight at Riverport Brewing, 150 Ninth St. here.
The event is for those who know, want to learn or are interested in those musical traditions. The group plays celtic jigs, reels, fiddle tunes, ballads and pub songs. Bluegrass also gets thrown in. Attendees can bring their favorite music to share.
The event is free.
MOSCOW — The University of Idaho summer movie series, Screen on the Green, begins with a showing of “Beauty and the Beast (2017)” at 8:45 tonight on Theophilus Tower Lawn, 1001 Paradise Creek St.
The movie is rated PG. The free film series will continue throughout the summer, with different movies each week shown on a big outdoor screen.
Blankets and chairs are welcome and free popcorn will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.
In case of inclement weather, the movie will be held in the Borah Theater in the Bruce M. Pitman Center, 709 Deakin Ave.
The film“Men in Black,” rated PG-13, will be shown next Thursday.
Free public parking is available in the red and silver lots off Line and Third streets, and in the silver lots off Paradise Creek Street and Stadium Drive.
LEWISTON — It’s show time. The Acting Out Kid’s Program is holding auditions for the production of Disney’s Peter Pan from noon to 3 p.m. Friday at the Lewiston High School auditorium, 1114 Ninth Ave.
Participants are encouraged to be on time, wear comfortable clothing, closed-toed shoes and bring a water bottle. No acting preparation for the audition is necessary.
The audition is for children 16 and younger; children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The production is Aug. 3 through Aug. 13 at the Lewiston High School auditorium.
More information is available at www.lctheatre.org or (208) 746-3401.
CLARKSTON — The Lewis-Clark Bluegrass Organization is bringing live music to town in the Valley Bluegrass Stage event at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Clarkston High School auditorium, 401 Chestnut St.
oors open at 6:30 p.m. Featured bands are Wanigan, Higher Ground, Flash in the Pan and the Bluegrass Sprouts.
Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. Children 15 and younger get in free. More information is available at www.lewisclarkbluegrass.org.
MOSCOW — You learn something new every day. This week’s Science Saturday event is from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Red Barn at the south end of University of Idaho Arboretum here, 1200 W. Palouse River Drive.
Bertie Weddell from the Washington State University Department of Horticulture will be on hand to help teach. “Plant Puzzles” is the name of the session, with botanical vocabulary being the topic of the day.
Participants will be taught to recognize and name several plant species found in the UI Arboretum. In teams of two to four, participants will solve a plant identification puzzle.
The event is aimed at children in grades Kindergarten through fifth.
Children younger than 12 must be accompanied by an adult. More information and registration services are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is free.
MOSCOW — It sounds like a good old-fashioned community gathering. The Community Band of the Palouse will perform in the first Summer Plaza Concert at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the 1912 Center here, 412 E. Third Street, between Adams and Van Buren streets.
The Community Band of the Palouse has more than 40 members — from high school students to professionals — and plays traditional marches, standard pops and original works. The band is under the direction of Andrew Mielke for the summer.
The concert is free. Authentic Turkish food will be available for purchase, as well as beer and wine at the plaza. Concessions will open at 5:30 p.m. and the band will play from 6 to 8 p.m.
People can tour the unfinished upper floors of the 1912 Center during intermission.
If it rains, the concert will be held inside the Great Room.
The Plaza Concert Series continues through the summer with performances by Jeanne McHale July 17, Landrace July 31 and Thorn Creek Express Aug. 14. More information is available at www.1912Center.org.