AUE Dancers
Art Under the Elms

This art festival features over 100 of the region’s finest artists, along with regional entertainers.

AUE
AUE
Dogwood Festival
Dogwood Festival

The Dogwood Festival is held annually during the month of April, celebrating arts, culture and community in the Lewis-Clark Valley.

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Dogwood Festival
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Volunteers Needed!

Always seeking volunteers for Art Under the Elms! If you volunteer for three or more shifts you will also receive a free Dogwood Festival T-shirt.

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Volunteers Needed!

Community Education

IMPORTANT UPDATE

For over 20 years the offices of Continuing Education and Kids College have provided meaningful personal enrichment activities, classes and workshops to the LC Valley and North Central Idaho. It was recently announced that LC State's Continuing Education and Kids College programs will cease operations after June 30, 2020.This includes programming offered through the Outreach Centers in Grangville adn Orofino.

We hope you will continue to visit us at the LC State Center for Arts & History. We are working now on a schedule of exhibits for this fall and spring. Limited art and humanities focused programs and workshops for adults and families are being planned during each exhibit, and we are excited to continue the Second Saturday family art program beginning in September.

The Center will continue to serve as the administrative home to the Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley as well as Art Under thee Elms.

 

 

Kids' College

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LCSC Kids' College is a short-format, educational summer program offered to youth ages six through fifteen. Kids' College strives to offer a variety of high-quality, fun, educational classes to youth in the LC Valley each summer.

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Center for Arts & History

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The Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History is located in the heart of historic downtown Lewiston, Idaho. The Mission of the LCSC Center for Arts & History is to connect campus to community and the world through education and experiences in arts, culture, and the humanities.

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