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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE 1912 CENTER
Come one and all!
All Ages Family Prom
Saturday, November 2nd
From 7 to 10 p.m.
Heart of the Arts, Inc. (HAI) and Festival Dance invite you to dress up and attend the all-ages family Prom at the 1912 Center this Saturday, November 2nd. This free event will feature music from the 1950s to the present day mixed together for dancing in the Great Room, free prom photos taken in the Fiske Room and the Arts Workshop will host the Detention Center where you can purchase a "confiscated beverage" and hang out with the other non-dancing delinquents at the school!
This is the prom for the young and the young at heart to dance together to tunes that appeal to everyone. And it is a great excuse to dress up. If you get your pictures taken, your prom photos will be emailed to you following the event so you can use them for holiday correspondence or in your facebook posts!
Please invite friends, neighbors, acquaintances, or family to join us. You can contact Jenny Kostroff in the office at (208) 669-2249 with any questions. Hope to see you out on the dance floor at our shared community center.
2013-14 Winter Market
Our tenth season of markets!
November 9 & 16, 2013
December 7 & 14, 2013
February 8, 2014
March 1, 2014
Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Winter Market season is here! Saturdays during the winter months Heart of the Arts, Inc. hosts over 30 vendors at each market in the Great Room, on the Balcony, and out on the Plaza in front of the 1912 Center for your chance to shop for unique gifts and perishables at each market date.
This season the market has extended shopping by an hour so you get more time to check out all that the vendors have for sale. Each November and December market have different artisans registered to sell so that shoppers will have reasons to come to all the markets. And perishiable vendors will attend all the markets so you can buy your bread, fruits and veggies each time.
November 9th: This market will feature a taco lunch for sale from Sauced LLC, a new food cart opening November 11th on the corner of S. Jackson and W. 6th Streets. Many produce vendors will also be in attendance with the end of the season squashes and apples.
We hope to see you at the markets.
Red Coulee by Jessica DeRuwe
Postcards from the farm.
Show runs through November 16th
Heart of the Arts, Inc. is pleased to be hosting Postcards from the Farm, a collection of smaller works from artist Jessica DeRuwe in our hallway art gallery. DeRuwe grew up in eastern Washington and draws inspiration from the unique geological features the area has to offer.
The pieces in the show are available for sale. Visit the Heart of the Arts, Inc. office inside the Senior Center to purchase any of the pieces. This show will run through November 16th. Please come out to see it before it comes down.
Boarded up windows on the top floor.
Support the 1912 Center
Our next project needs your help.
This fall, HAI is kicking our fundraising in to higher gear get more work done at the 1912 Center. We need everyone's help to get there. We are making a request for end of the year donations and you can help us to make the next project happen. The money raised will go to the restoration of the 1912 Center's east end exterior, a project we hope to be able to bid out this winter once we have the funding in place.
You can make a very big difference by making your donation to the 1912 Center today. Send us a check made out to "Heart of the Arts, Inc." or click on the "donate" button below to use a credit card and help us make more possible this year. Our 50 boarded-up windows can be replaced as soon as we have funding. Have you thought about sponsoring one for yourself, a family member or friend, or your reunion class year from Moscow High School? For $1,912 you can pick a window to sponsor and we will install a plaque that will stay with the facility into its next 100 years. Now how is that for a personal legacy? Thank you very much for your help!
of the Arts, Inc. (HAI)
Enriching lives and creating community by operating and restoring the 1912 Center.