Community Activities

  • Health and Wellness
    Student Health Services
    Temporarily located at Moscow Family Medicine
    623 S. Main Street, Moscow
    Phone: (208) 885-6693
    Fax: (208) 885-5354

    Vandal Health Education
    Health Resource Room
    Student Recreation Center, Room 102
    1000 Paradise Creek Street
    Moscow, ID 83844-1230
    Contact: Emily Tuschhoff, Health Education Coordinator
    Phone: (208) 885-4146

    Violence Prevention Programs

    Dean of Students office, TLC 232-A
    University of Idaho
    Moscow , ID 83843-2431
    Contact: Virginia Solan, Violence Prevention Coordinator
    Phone: (208) 885-0688

    Moscow Yoga Center
    525 S. Main Street, Moscow
    Phone: (208) 883-8315

    Moscow Yoga Center offers Hatha Yoga classes in the Iyengar tradition. The classes emphasize precise alignment in the posture, development of strength, stamina and flexibility and a safe and comfortable space to encourage deeper awareness and better health.

    Nourish Yoga
    206 S Main St, Moscow
    Phone: (208) 596-7040

    Nourish is a place that offers a liberating yoga practice and other holistic services (body work, health and nutritional counseling) to augment balance and harmony in all areas of your life. Our hope is to inspire you to live life fully both on and off the yoga mat with a sense of curiosity and play, courage and gratitude.

    North Idaho Athletic Club
    408 S. Main Street, Moscow
    Phone: (208) 882-7884

    Our mission is to provide quality service by bringing community and fitness together. We strive to meet the needs of our members and help them attain their fitness goals. At NIAC, you will find a friendly staff and place that enables you to become a stronger you. You can work at your own pace, participate in a class or work with a personal trainer.

    The Uma Center
    414 S. Jefferson Street in Moscow, on the corner of 5th and Jefferson
    Contact: Nicole Werner, Director
    Phone: (208) 596-2557

    We are a collective of independent practitioners who focus on pregnancy, childbirth, parenting, and women's health.

    Inland Oasis

    1320 S. Mountain View Road
    Moscow, ID 83843
    (across from Les Schwab, behind the Java Bug—look for our banner in the window)
    Phone: (208) 596-4449
    Fax: (208) 596-4051

    Inland Oasis is a volunteer-based organization serving the needs of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Ally communities of the Palouse. Our LGBTQI enter currently focuses on:

    Hamilton Community Garden
    Phone: (208) 882-1444

    Located on the east side of the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center, adjacent to 1038 West C Street's apartment complex. The Hamilton Community Garden has several garden plots for those interested in renting garden space. They have fifty-eight 20'x 20' plots, and five 3' x 12' accessible raised beds are available upon request. All plots are rented on a first-come, first-served basis. A map of the garden can be found here.

  • What's Going On
    Moscow Arts Commission
    Phone: (208) 883-7036

    The purpose of the Moscow Arts Department is to enrich the life of the community by celebrating and cultivating the arts. They sponsor:

    Moscow Parks and Recreation

    Phone: (208) 883-7085

    Moscow Parks and Recreation offers numerous recreational facilities and activities for children and adults, including the Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center, the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center, and 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

    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.

    Rendezvous in the Park Music and Arts Festival
    P.O. Box 9067
    Moscow, ID 83843
    Phone: (208) 882-1178

    Rendezvous was started in 1983 by the City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission in response to residents’ requests for a summer music festival. After several years, the event became so successful that the Moscow City Council recommended that it be separately organized and operated. In 1990, Rendezvous in Moscow, Inc. was formed as a private, non-profit corporation. Since its inception, Rendezvous has showcased some of the country’s best musicians, many of whom have gone on to win honors such as the Grammy, the Country Music Award, and the Handy Award.

    Moscow Hemp Fest
    Phone: (208) 301-2289

    An outdoor festival that takes place in April with speakers, live music, food and art/craft vendors. Musical guests include local and regional bands.

    Palouse Pride Festival
    Second weekend in August
    East City Park, Moscow

    Let your pride show as we take over East City Park with fun, food, and festivities. Learn about local supportive agencies and resources. Shop locally owned and operated businesses. Enjoy fabulous stage entertainment featuring amazing drag performances and Voodoo City Radio!