Community Activities

Community Activities

Looking for something to do? In the summer, Moscow is host to a variety of entertainment and outdoor opportunities. Come and stay for a few days or a few weeks; you may never leave!

ArtwalkArtwalk

Since its beginning in 2004, the Moscow artwalk has become one of the many arts and cultural activities that help make Moscow a vibrant community. Moscow Artwalk opens mid-June and runs through September.
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Farmers MarketFarmers Market

The Farmers Market is a popular Moscow tradition that was established in 1977. The Saturday morning event celebrates local farmers, artists, craftspeople and musicians by providing them with an opportunity to interact directly with the community and its visitors. The market is located downtown in Friendship Square next to the Moscow Hotel. It is held each Saturday, May through October, from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Local musicians perform from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. each week.
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Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics CenterHamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center

Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center is a perfect summer fun destination. Its amenities include two giant slides, a lazy river, a 25 yd lap pool, lounge chairs, picnic tables, and barbecues, and free wireless Internet.
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Fresh Aire Concert SeriesFresh Aire Concert Series

The Fresh Aire Concert Series is a summer tradition in Moscow. Relax and enjoy live musical entertainment every Thursday evening in East City Park, 6:30-7:30, June-August. It’s fresh air for your mind and your body!


Idaho's Scenic BywaysIdaho’s Scenic Byways

In Idaho, taking the road less traveled is a wonderful way to explore the state. Some Idaho byways have historic significance, others provide access to natural attractions and outdoor recreation, yet all have extraordinary scenic beauty.
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MAMBAMAMBA

MAMBA (Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association) is a group of like-minded enthusiastic volunteers and land owners working together to create a network of trails on Moscow Mountain which offer a variety of recreational opportunities & challenges for hikers & bikers.
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Moscow Community TheatreMoscow Community Theatre

Moscow Community Theatre is a nonprofit theatre arts organization that strives to provide community members with the opportunity to participate in and/or attend affordable and high quality live theater on the Palouse.
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Moscow Dog ParkMoscow Dog Park

The Moscow Dog Park is open sunrise to sunset seven days a week. Pamper your pooch with a romp in this one acre fenced-in, off-leash park where dogs and their people can socialize in a secure area.
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National Lentil FestivalNational Lentil Festival

Our area of eastern Washington and northern Idaho, the Palouse, grows a third of the lentils in the United States. Since 1989, the National Lentil Festival held in Pullman, WA has celebrated this wonderful little legume that is consumed by people all over the world.
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Outdoor IdahoOutdoor Idaho: A Palouse Paradise

Outdoor Idaho, from Idaho Public Television, explores some of the mysteries of northern Idaho’s remarkable Palouse region.
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Palouse Road RunnersPalouse Road Runners

The Palouse Road Runners promotes healthy running and exercise in the Moscow/Pullman community by conducting competitive well-organized races, by encouraging daily workouts, and by assisting others with fun-run events.
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Rendezvous in the ParkRendezvous in the Park

Rendezvous in the Park is Moscow’s annual music festival. Started in 1983 by the City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission, Rendezvous showcases some of the country’s best musicians. Tickets are available locally, online or at the gate on the evening of the performance.
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Route of the HiawathaRoute of the Hiawatha

Mountain bike a 15 mile compacted gravel trail which begins in at the East Portal of the Taft Tunnel—a massive and perfectly straight, 1.7 mile long train tunnel—and continues down a 2% grade through eight more tunnels and across seven high steel trestles. Along the trail, numerous interpretive signs provide information about the rich mining and railroad history in this scenic passage way through the spectacular Bitterroot Mountains.
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Trail of the Coeur d'AlenesTrail of the Coeur d’Alenes

The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad from Mullan to Plummer. More than 71 miles of paved path takes you from high mountain splendor, through the historic Silver Valley, into the chain lakes region, along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene, over the Chatcolet Bridge to Heyburn State Park, and finally climbs to the Palouse prairie: an adventure for the entire family!
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Visitor’s GuideVisitor’s Guide

The Moscow-Pullman Visitor’s Guide provides visitors, newcomers, and residents of the Palouse with information about interesting things to do and places to hike, camp, fish and just hang out.
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