• February Free Public Activities at the Moscow Food Co-o

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    January 31, 2017
    Art
    The Moscow Food Co-op welcomes photographer C. Rod Bacon of Pullman, Wash. who will display his photographs of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival in the Co-op’s deli gallery.  The opening reception is 5:00 – 6:30 p.m., Friday, February 10.  The show will run through Wednesday, March 8.  Bacon earned a degree in fine arts from Washington State University, and also studied photography at WSU..
    The Co-op is located at 121 East Fifth Street in downtown Moscow.
    For more information, contact Co-op art coordinator Annie Hubble at 208-882-8537.
     
    Music
    The Moscow Food Co-op’s Tuesday Night Music Series concerts are held every Tuesday from 5–6:30 p.m. in the Co-op Deli.
    The Co-op is located at 121 East Fifth Street in downtown Moscow. For more information, contact Co-op Education & Outreach Coordinator via email at outreach@moscowfood.coop.
    Please join us for these free concerts:
     
    February 7: Cherry Sisters Revival of the Palouse. Assortment of country, bluegrass, and oldies
    February 14: TBD
    February 21: Delta G Delta G Blues of Moscow, Idaho. Blues.
    February 28: Lynnsean Young of Moscow, Idaho. Piano.
     
    Co-op Kids
    Children and their caregivers are welcome for the following Co-op Kids activities.  Co-op Kids meets weekly and all events are all free, with snacks and materials donated by the Moscow Food Co-op.  Co-op Kids is held every Tuesday from 9 - 10 a.m. at the Moscow Food Co-op Café unless otherwise noted.
    February 3:  Little Birders with Palouse Land Trust
    February 14: Tiny Valentine Making
    February 21: Recycled Collage
    February 28: Tea Making 
    Contact Rebekka Boysen-Taylor, Co-op Kids volunteer via email at amamaswork@yahoo.com with any questions. The Co-op is located at 121 East Fifth Street in downtown Moscow.
     
    Good Food Book Club
    The Co-op’s Good Food Book Club will meet 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., Sunday, February 26 at the Moscow Food Co-op to discuss “The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience, and Farming” by Natasha Owens. The book is available at BookPeople where Co-op Book Club owners receive a discount.
    The Co-op is located at 121 East Fifth Street in downtown Moscow.