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Movies, music festivals and more to do this week

Indoor, outdoor events to do whether you enjoy the heat or not
A bridge on the Pullman Riverwalk trail, Pullman, Wash., July 5.

Welcome back! It’s been a pretty hot week, at least for me because I went home where it hit triple digits.

But, now that I am back in Pullman where it is still barely hitting 90 degrees, I am starting to actually want to be outside, and I found some things to do outdoors.

If you still are not working well with the heat, though, there are still things for you to do this week. Enjoy!

Lost in the Palouse Landscape

  • What: Art show featuring work by Ludmilla Parez Saskova
  • When: 9 a.m.–6 p.m. weekdays until the end of August
  • Where: 1912 Center in Moscow

Pullman Farmers Market

  • What: Annual Farmers Market
  • When: 3:30–6 p.m. Wednesdays
  • Where: Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

Music on Main

  • What: Local bands and artists perform downtown between June–September
  • When: 6–8 p.m. Thursdays
  • Where: Pine Street Plaza in Pullman

What Was Yours But Never Lost

  • What: An exhibition showing recent works of various forms of video art by Indigenous filmmakers from North America
  • When: May 16–June 30
  • Where: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU

Raft Trip

  • What: 20-mile raft trip with rapids and beaches
  • When: 9:30 a.m. July 14
  • Where: Meet at Lucile Recreation Site, two and a half hours away from Pullman
  • Cost: $65 per person

Fridays at the Clock Tower

  • What: Live music from WSU School of Music faculty and friends
  • When: 6:30–8:30 p.m. July 14
  • Where: WSU Bryan Clock Tower


  • What: Kenworthy Theatre presents “Tangerine” as a part of their Pride movie series
  • When: 7–9 p.m. July 18
  • Where: Kenworthy Theatre in Moscow
  • Cost: $7

Palouse Music Festival

  • What: Live music, food and arts and crafts
  • When: 11 a.m.–7 p.m. July 29 
  • Where: Hayton-Greene Park in Palouse
  • Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for children aged 6-16, and free for children under the age of 5

Pedal Pullman

  • What: Family and ability-friendly trail following a map starting at Pine Street Plaza
  • When: 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m. July 20
  • Where: Pine Street Plaza on Main Street in Pullman

Corks for a Cause

  • What: Lauren McCluskey Foundation is putting on an event with live music featuring Paradox and wine
  • When: 6–9 p.m. July 20
  • Where: Lindsay Creek Vineyards in Lewiston 
  • Cost: No admissions fee, but 10% of all food and wine purchases go to the Lauren McCluskey Foundation

I hope you enjoyed this list of events this week, and I will be back next week with more. If there is an event you want to see here next week, feel free to reach me at [email protected].

Editor’s note: the Palouse Music Festival time has been corrected to 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Alexandria started working for the Evergreen in October 2020 as a news reporter and eventually hopped around to the roots/life, opinion and culture sections. She was a copy editor for three semesters beginning in January 2021 and was the Life editor in fall 2022. She was the copy chief for the summer and fall 2023 semesters, and is currently the editor-in-chief for the spring 2024 semester. She is from Tri-Cities, WA, and is always writing in her free time.
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