There’s a lot to love even after Valentine’s Day. This weekend, you can keep things hot at Salsa Night in Moscow or cool with a reggae band in Clarkston or, if you like it weird, find Bigfoot in Kooskia. More events can be found in the calendar.


Multiple short films by students, including a “finding Sasquatch mockumentary,” will screen at 7 p.m. Friday at the Clearwater Valley High School Auditorium in Kooskia.

The show is part of a senior project by the school’s multimedia class. Admission is $2. Concessions will be available for sale, along with photo opportunities with the legendary beast.


Spice it up Friday at Salsa Night, starting with a free beginner lesson at 6 p.m. at One World Cafe in Moscow.

The lesson will be taught from 6 to 7 p.m. by local instructors Annelise Nielsen and Daniel Reiss from Salsa on the Palouse. After that, the floor will be open for social dancing until 9 p.m. All ages and experience levels are welcome. No partner required. Latin dancing takes place every third Friday of the month at the cafe at 533 S. Main St.


Hogan’s Pub is the place for reggae lovers Friday.

The Richland, Wash., reggae band Naughty Pine takes the stage at 10 p.m. The band features vocalist Barefoot Randy, Weezy Pipes on bass and vocalist Jojo Williams.

Americana singer, songwriter Mark Holt will open the night with music at 6:30 p.m.

Hogan’s is at 906 Sixth St., Clarkston. There is a $5 cover charge.


Love songs and sweets combine at this weekend’s Palouse Choral Society concerts “Love is All Around” in Pullman and Clarkston.

The Chamber Choir will present Johannes Brahms' “Liebeslieder Walzer.” Later, while smaller ensembles perform classic love songs, attendees can sample creations from various bakeries by donation.

Performances are:

- 6 p.m. Saturday, Simpson United Methodist Church, 325 NE Maple St., Pullman

- 4 p.m. Sunday, United Methodist Church, 1242 Highland Ave., Clarkston

Tickets each performance are $20 or $8 for students. Blocks of four tickets for each show are $60. Children ages 6 to 12 are free. Find tickets online at and at the door but people are advised to check the website for ticket availability the day of the concert.


It is advertised that handfuls of pocket change will melt, time will travel on watches and smartphones, and objects will move with no physical contact at a show by mentalist and comedian Sean Bott Wednesday at the Lewis-Clark State College Silverthorne Theatre in Lewiston.

Bott is a magician who discovered his love for entertaining while growing up on an Army base in Saudi Arabia. The 8 p.m. free show is sponsored by the Warrior Entertainment Board.

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