Community Activities

  • Clubs
    Campfire USA
    Phone: (815) 285-2010
    Website: www.campfire.org

    Builds caring, confident youth and future leaders. Campfire provides club programs and camp experiences for boys and girls age 3-18.



    Adventure Learning Camps 
    Phone: (208) 310-3010
    Email: adventurelearningcamps@yahoo.com
    Website: www.adventurelearningcamps.org

    A local nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide an opportunity for
    people of all ages to learn about themselves and the natural world through
    exciting, challenging, and interactive wilderness experiences.



    Girl Scouts Inland Empire Council
    Phone: 1 (800) 827-9478

    Girl Scouts is dedicated solely to girls – every girl, everywhere. In a supportive environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world, while discovering friendship and fun.



    Inland NW Council of Boy Scouts of America
    Phone: (509) 325-4562
    Website: www.northwestscouts.org

    Provides youth with opportunities to realize their potential, instill traditional family-centered values and gain self-confidence through shared fun activities with adults.



    Latah County Cooperative Extension – 4-H Youth Programs
    Phone: (208) 883-2267

    Offers programs on a variety of topics including live stock, home economics, and agriculture for children ages 8-18. Special “Clover Bud” program for children ages 5-8. Cooperative Extension also offers programs and publications on child development, nutrition and family living.
  • Community Organizations
    Moscow Arts Commission
    Phone: (208) 883-7036

    Sponsors the Young People’s Arts Festival, Farmers’ Market, Third Street Gallery, Fresh Aire Concerts, MAC Youth Choir, A.R.T., Mayor’s Arts Awards, and the MAC Community Band.



    Moscow Parks and Recreation
    Phone: (208) 883-7085
    Website: www.ci.moscow.id.us/parks-rec

    Moscow Parks and Recreation offers several recreational activities for children and adults, including the Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center, the Eggan Youth Center, as well as numerous general and sports related classes. Information for all these services can be found at their website.



    Moscow Renaissance Fair
    Website: www.moscowrenfair.org

    A celebration of spring with food, crafts, and live entertainment for kids and adults of all ages. The Moscow Renaissance Fair is a community celebration of spring held each year on the first weekend of May. The fair is directed by a private, non-profit community group and is the only self-sustaining festival of its kind in the region.
  • Museums
    Palouse Discovery Science Center
    2371 NE Hopkins Ct. Pullman, WA 99163
    Phone: (509) 332-6869 Fax: (509) 332-2474
    Email: admin@palousescience.org
    Website: http://www.palousescience.org/

    The Palouse Discovery Science Center (PDSC) promotes science, math, and technology literacy through educational programs, exhibits, teaching collections, and activities emphasizing hands-on learning. Experience a full spectrum of programs that include live science demonstrations, hands-on lessons, films, lectures, classes, field trips, summer camps, laboratory experiences, teacher workshops, science birthdays, and outreach services.



    Appaloosa Horse Museum and Heritage Center
    Phone: (208) 882-5578
    Website: www.appaloosamuseum.org

    A non-profit educational corporation whose goal is to collect, preserve, study and exhibit objects that illustrate the history of the Appaloosa horse. Children’s hands-on area and gift shop.



    Charles R. Conner Museum of Zoology, Washington State University
    Phone: ( 509) 335-3515
    Website: http://sbs.wsu.edu/connermuseum/

    Located on the first floor of Abelson (formerly Science) Hall on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, Washington. The museum contains the largest public collection of birds and mammals in the Pacific Northwest. Open 7 days a week, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed on major holidays.
  • Music & Dance
    Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre
    Phone: (208) 882-41272
    Email: kpac@moscow.com
    Website: www.kenworthy.org

    Moscow's historic gem where the community gathers to appreciate performing arts. Kenworthy Film Society series of foreign, independent and art films shows most Sundays at 7PM.



    Festival Dance & Performing Arts Academy
    Phone: (208) 883-3267
    E-mail: Cindy@FestivalDance.org
    Website: www.festivaldance.org/

    Offers quality dance training in ballet, jazz, tap, celtic, and hip hop, with Kinderdance classes taught for children ages 3 through 5. Outreach programs, sponsors the Missoula Children's Theater (performances by children, for children and families).



    Beginning with Music – Early Childhood Music Classes
    214 North Main St, P.O. Box 8981, Moscow, ID 83843
    Contact: Nancy Holmes
    Phone: (208) 883-4918
    Email: ncmholmes@moscow.com

    Music education is a holistic approach that addresses every area of early childhood development. Through singing, listening, movement, dancing, and the use of rhythm instruments, children from birth to age 9 develop gross and fine motor skills, steady beat, melodic and rhythmic pattern imitation and recognition, and social skills. These skills have been shown to be essential building blocks for speech and language development, reading skills, and spatial reasoning. Materials and curricula developed by Musikgarten, an internationally-recognized early childhood music and movement program.



    University of Idaho Repertory Theatre
    Hartung Theater, UI campus (corner of 6th Street and Stadium Way)
    Contact: Micki Panttaja, Marketing Manager
    phone: (208) 885-2979
    Email: mickip@uidaho.edu
    Website: www.class.uidaho.edu/irt/

    Professional production of four plays for the entire family on a rotating summer schedule.
  • Sports
    Palouse Empire Gymnastics
    Phone: (208) 882-6408
    Website: www.palouseempiregymnastics.com/

    Toddler classes starting at 18 months. Preschool gymnastics for ages 3-5. Boys’ and girls’ gymnastics lessons. Tumbling only classes for kids (and adults) of all ages. Kids in the gym program. Cheerleading field trips for day cares, youth groups and schools.



    Palouse Ice Rink
    Rotary Pavilion on Latah County Fair Grounds, Moscow, ID
    Phone: (208) 882-7188

    Open October 1 - April 30. Offers programs for youth and adults. Learn to skate, figure skating for all ages, open skate, broom ball, youth and adult programs, and employee wellness skate.



    Zeppos-Bowling/Video games
    780 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman, WA 99163
    Phone: (509) 334-7101

    Features a bowling alley, game arcade, snack grille, and bar. Open from 11:00am, 7 days a week.



    Comets Track Club
    Contact: Mike Hinz
    Phone: ( 509) 332-1168

    Promotes the sport of track and field, offering athletic training and competition for Whitman and Latah County athletes of all ages.



    Gold Medal Swimming Club
    Contact: Tom Jager
    Email: goldmedal@turbonet.com
    Website: www.goldmedalswimming.org/

    A premier swim club serving the Moscow area that encourages living a healthy lifestyle through the sport of competitive swimming.



    Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center
    Phone: (208) 883-7085

    Combines swimming pools and a waterslide park, concession stand, and interactive water play toys in an outdoor environment. Swim lessons for ages 5 months to adult. Junior Lifeguard program offered for ages 8 to 15 years. Open June through September.