March Community News

ALTHOUGH WINTER SEEMS TO BE STICKING AROUND FOR AWHILE LONGER, THE MARCH COMMUNITY NEWS IS FULL OF SPRINGTIME ACTIVITIES.

So many events are announced in this month's community news, so grab your calendars as you surely don't want to miss the Palouse Choral Societies upcoming performances, PCEI's Science After Hours and the date for the Moscow Renaissance Fair's poster judging & unveiling.

Also featured are several upcoming opportunities for submitting artwork. including the Moscow Farmers Marker accepting poster submissions and Artwalk seeking cover art for their program-- details can be found in the Community News articles.  Speaking of art, don't forget to stop by and check out the artworkl of the Co-op's very own Joseph Melior on display this month with an opening on March 10th.

This month is full of Community articles such as the City of Moscow's Sustainability Report, a Palouse Area Environmental Update, and information about Celebrating World Water Day on March 22.

Your favorite regular articles and features are coming in strong with the business partner profile on Spectrum II Art & Dance Studio, New books features at the library, Staff Picks and a fun Burning Down the House. Enjoy!

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Community News: PCEI Science After Hours

By Amanda Argona, Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute Outreach Coordinator

Join the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) to learn about the amazing microscopic organisms living in and around us at this month’s Science After Hours. This PCEI community education program seeks to engage audience members with current, innovative research and perspectives in a casual laid-back atmosphere.