‘The Salon’ offers author readings, wine, music, Victorian crafts; part of Moscow Artwalk

An evening of author readings and mini-lessons set for Thursday, May 19, at Moscow’s McConnell Mansion was organized in the spirit of Dr. Fredrick Church, who donated the mansion to Latah County.

Church hoped “that it would serve as a gathering place for curious minds,” according to a Latah County Historical Society news release announcing “The Salon,” which is planned for 5:30 p.m. at the mansion, 110 S. Adams St.

Authors David Harlon, Alexandra Teague and Judy Sobeloff will read from original works, followed by a short wine tasting lesson with Camas Prairie Winery, music with the Ukulele Players of the Palouse and a Victorian craft.

There will be a no-host bar by Camas Prairie Winery after the wine tasting.

The free event is part of the city of Moscow’s Artwalk program, which runs the third Thursday of the month through June.

More information is available by emailing lchslibrary@latahcountyid.gov or calling (208) 882-1004.