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Film festival, Yappy Hour and more to do this week

Chill week with chill events
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EMMA DECASA
WSU campus, Feb. 14, in Pullman, Wash.

Welcome back Cougs!

I hope everyone enjoyed their three-day weekend. I definitely needed that extra day off as midterms start this week.

If you need a way to destress while working on exams, projects or other assignments, I found a few things to do around campus and the Palouse that will give your brain a break.

Enjoy, and good luck!

Indigenous Arts Talk

  • What: An Indigenous Arts Talk titled ‘Here in a Homemade Forest’ featuring Michael Holloman and Jacy SoHappy
  • When: Noon Feb. 22
  • Where: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Film Festival

  • What: Exploring Cultures Film Festival featuring ‘Fundi: The Story of Ella Baker’
  • When: 6 p.m. Feb. 22
  • Where: Compton Union Building Theater

Weaving Workshop

  • What: Round Bag Weaving Workshop demonstrating multiple techniques
  • When: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Feb. 23
  • Where: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Atrium Recital Series

  • What: Atrium recital featuring Billie Feather on the guitar and Aaron Hill  on the saxophone
  • When: Noon Feb. 23
  • Where: Terrell Library Atrium

Yappy Hour

  • What: Whitman County Humane Society fundraising event featuring ‘Pawrates of the Caribbean’ with a silent auction, dinner, celebrity guests and a live auction
  • When:  5 p.m. Feb. 24
  • Where: Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Event Center

Jeffrey Gibson: They Teach Love

  • What: Exhibition of work by internationally recognized artist Jeffrey Gibson
  • When: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Tuesdays–Saturdays until March 9
  • Where: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Here in a Homemade Forest: Common Reading Connections

  • What: Exhibition of work by Indigenous and non-Indigenous American artists inspired by the WSU common reading book “Braiding Sweetgrass” by Robin Wall Kimmerer
  • When: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Tuesdays–Saturdays until March 9
  • Where: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 

Knit and Crochet Class

  • What: Beginners knitting and crochet classes
  • When: First and third Saturdays of the month until April 20
  • Where: Yard Underground in Moscow
  • Cost: $79 for four knitting classes; $69 for four crochet classes; materials included

Movement in the Park

  • What: Accessible movement classes for all ages
  • When: 11 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through May 17
  • Where: 1912 Center in Moscow 

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].

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About the Contributors
ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief
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.
EMMA DECASA, Evergreen photographer
Emma Decasa is a photographer for the Daily Evergreen. Originally from Issaquah, Washington, she is a junior majoring in Advertising, with a minor in Sports Communication. Emma started working for the Daily Evergreen in the fall of 2023.