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Apr 18th
Events for April - 2014
3/1/2014 -  Moscow Mardi Gras 2014
Moscow
(recurring until 3/2/2014)
Daytime Mardi Gras features the Moscow Mardi Gras Parade (11 a.m.) and Kid's Mardi Gras (10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) in downtown Moscow. Moscow Mardi Gras, Inc. is a non-profit organization which raises money for local children’s organizations and distributes the funds via grants by providing day-long festivities annually on the first Saturday in March and culminating with a festive musical experience in downtown Moscow, Idaho. This year's bands are Sweatshop Union, Soul Siren, McTuff, Bare Wires and the Fabulous Kingpins starting at 9 p.m. Down North and Simba and the Exceptional Africans will be playing all-ages shows starting at 8 p.m. Like us on Facebook or see the webpage for details and locations.
Genevieve Bendel
Phone: 208-596-3145
Related Website:  http://www.moscowmardigras.com
3/27/2014 - 4/13/2014 - Harvey Lewiston
The Lewiston Civic Theatre Presents: Harvey Performing March 27 - April 13, 2014 Directed by Larry Goodwin Rated PG The story is centered on Elwood P. Dowd, a good-natured, mild-mannered eccentric who is known in all of the cafeterias and saloons in his small town. Elwood is polite and cheerful and always friendly toward any strangers he might encounter, and he has just one problematic character trait: his best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit, Harvey. Wherever he goes, he brings an extra hat and coat for Harvey, and he buys theater tickets and railroad tickets in twos so that they can go everywhere together. His sister and her daughter try to have Elwood committed to the local sanitarium, where the behavior of the prominent psychologist and his staff raise the age old question of who is more dangerous to society: the easy-going dreamer with a vivid imagination or the people who want him to conform to the accepted version of reality. The Lewiston Civic Theatre will also be hosting a FOOD DRIVE for COMMUNITY ACTION FOOD BANK through the run of the show! For tickets visit us in the box office during normal business hours, give us a call at 208.746.3401 or visit us online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?theatre=lct.
Lewiston Civic Theatre
Phone: 208.746.3401
3/27/2014 - 4/13/2014 - Harvey Clarkston
The Lewiston Civic Theatre Presents: Harvey Performing March 27 – April 13, 2014 Directed by Larry Goodwin Rated PG The story is centered on Elwood P. Dowd, a good-natured, mild-mannered eccentric who is known in all of the cafeterias and saloons in his small town. Elwood is polite and cheerful and always friendly toward any strangers he might encounter, and he has just one problematic character trait: his best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit, Harvey. Wherever he goes, he brings an extra hat and coat for Harvey, and he buys theater tickets and railroad tickets in twos so that they can go everywhere together. His sister and her daughter try to have Elwood committed to the local sanitarium, where the behavior of the prominent psychologist and his staff raise the age old question of who is more dangerous to society: the easy-going dreamer with a vivid imagination or the people who want him to conform to the accepted version of reality. The Lewiston Civic Theatre will also be hosting a FOOD DRIVE for COMMUNITY ACTION FOOD BANK through the run of the show! For tickets visit us in the box office during normal business hours, give us a call at 208.746.3401 or visit us online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?theatre=lct.
Lewiston Civic Theatre
Phone: 208.746.3401
3/27/2014 - 4/13/2014 - Harvey Moscow
The Lewiston Civic Theatre Presents: Harvey Performing March 27 – April 13, 2014 Directed by Larry Goodwin Rated PG The story is centered on Elwood P. Dowd, a good-natured, mild-mannered eccentric who is known in all of the cafeterias and saloons in his small town. Elwood is polite and cheerful and always friendly toward any strangers he might encounter, and he has just one problematic character trait: his best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit, Harvey. Wherever he goes, he brings an extra hat and coat for Harvey, and he buys theater tickets and railroad tickets in twos so that they can go everywhere together. His sister and her daughter try to have Elwood committed to the local sanitarium, where the behavior of the prominent psychologist and his staff raise the age old question of who is more dangerous to society: the easy-going dreamer with a vivid imagination or the people who want him to conform to the accepted version of reality. The Lewiston Civic Theatre will also be hosting a FOOD DRIVE for COMMUNITY ACTION FOOD BANK through the run of the show! For tickets visit us in the box office during normal business hours, give us a call at 208.746.3401 or visit us online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?theatre=lct.
Lewiston Civic Theatre
Phone: 208.746.3401
3/27/2014 - 4/13/2014 - Harvey Pullman
The Lewiston Civic Theatre Presents: Harvey Performing March 27 – April 13, 2014 Directed by Larry Goodwin Rated PG The story is centered on Elwood P. Dowd, a good-natured, mild-mannered eccentric who is known in all of the cafeterias and saloons in his small town. Elwood is polite and cheerful and always friendly toward any strangers he might encounter, and he has just one problematic character trait: his best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit, Harvey. Wherever he goes, he brings an extra hat and coat for Harvey, and he buys theater tickets and railroad tickets in twos so that they can go everywhere together. His sister and her daughter try to have Elwood committed to the local sanitarium, where the behavior of the prominent psychologist and his staff raise the age old question of who is more dangerous to society: the easy-going dreamer with a vivid imagination or the people who want him to conform to the accepted version of reality. The Lewiston Civic Theatre will also be hosting a FOOD DRIVE for COMMUNITY ACTION FOOD BANK through the run of the show! For tickets visit us in the box office during normal business hours, give us a call at 208.746.3401 or visit us online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?theatre=lct.
Lewiston Civic Theatre
Phone: 208.746.3401
4/4/2014 - Insect Cinema Cult Classic Pullman
Insect-themed movies are played annually. This year's theme is "B Movies". The first movie shown will be "Bee Movie" (kid-friendly), then the horror film "Killer Bees!". All are welcome!
Rebecca Schmidt
Phone: 5096638181
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