When Dr. Fredrick Church donated his home to Latah County, he did so with the expressed hope that it would serve as a gathering place for curious minds. In that spirit, Latah County Historical Society presents "The Salon," a fun and enriching evening of author readings and mini-lessons at the historic McConnell Mansion, starting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19.
Featuring authors David Harlon, Alexandra Teague and Judy Sobeloff, who will read from original works, a short wine tasting lesson with Camas Prairie Winery, music with the Ukulele Players of the Palouse and a Victorian craft. After the wine tasting, there will be a no-host bar served by Camas Prairie Winery.
5:30-5:55 Wine tasting lesson with Camas Prairie Winery.
Break for beverage purchases.
6:05-6:15 Author reading with Judy Sobeloff.
6:15-6:45 Music lesson with Ukulele Players of the Palouse.
6:45-7 Author reading with David Harlan.
7:05-7:30 Thaumatrope craft.
7:30-7:45 Author reading with Alexandra Teague.
This free event is part of the city of Moscow’s ArtWalk program.