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E101 Vegan Chili Feed and Game Day: offered by Elizabeth Stevens to be held at her house on Friday, December 29 starting at 2 pm. Limited to 10 people at $25/per person.

cE102 The DeTemples are offering a slide show and dessert featuring their trip to Buenos Aires, Bariiloche in the Andean foothills and the Antarctic Peninsula. To be held at their Pullman home on Saturday, Oct. 14, 7 pm. Limited to 10 folks @$15/per.

E103 Follow the DeTemples as they start in Carcassonne, France, then head east into Spain along the Pilgrimage route to Satiago de Compestal and south to Porto Portugal. Slide show and dessert at their Pullman home on Saturday, November 11 at 7 pm. Limited to 10 people @ $15/per.

E104 A favorite: sushi dinner with the Nelsons at their home on October 7 at 5 pm. Limited to 20 @ $20.

E105, E106 TAKE A HIKE! Former Yellowstone National Park Ranger and current Whitman County Park Board Chair, Dan Leonard will lead a hike to the summit of Kamiak Butte (about 2 1/2 mile round trip). Dates: Saturday afternoons ~1:00 to 3:00, October 7 and October14, 2023. Limit: 20 guests per hike. $10 per adult, $5 per child under 12, family of 4 or more $25.

E107 How about a dinner of Corned Beef and Cabbage and potatoes, red/white wine or beer served with ice cream from Ferdinand’s. Cooked and served by Zena Hartung in her home. March 16, 2024. Limited to 6 @ $15/each.

E108 Margaret Dibble is offering her Ukrainian Egg Class. $15/person, $35/family. All materials supplied. Because the process involves open flames, hot wax and poisonous dyes. Children must be signed up with and accompanied by a responsible adult with no more than 2 children/adult. Will take place in Spring of 2024 before western Easter.

E109 Enjoy a Southeast Asian dinner at the Hamiltons on October 7, 2023: a mixture of Vietnamese, Burmese and Korean food. Limited to 14 @ $30/per.

E110 The Hamiltons and Leonards offer their “End of summer” dinner–food grown in their gardens, then processed and preserved when at their prime, including lamb from the Leonard’s animals they’ve raised themselves. Dishes created from veggie and fruits out of their freezers, canning pantries and root cellars. Ending the evening with cordials made from local fruits. Limited to 14 @ $30/per. At the Hamiltons on Sat., Jan 27, 2024 at 6 pm.

E111 Back by popular demand, the Tomato Brunch includes a tasting of 25 varieties grown in Joel Hamilton’s garden. An assortment of tomato-based dishes, including Mary Jo’s famous gazpacho, fresh bruschettas, and salsa. Including a nice selection of desserts featuring locally fruits. No limit, Sunday, September 17, 2023. 12:30 pm. No limit. $25/person

E112 Enjoy an elegant candle-lit five course dinner with white tablecloth, antique plates, crystal glasses and sterling silverware at Elisabeth Berlinger’s, Friday, November 10. Limit 6 @ $50/each.

E113 Enjoy a family style dinner with placemats, paper napkins for under your chin, and stainless. Meatball stroganoff in some kind of bowl, with noodles and/or rice and some kind of fruit crisp and ice cream. Offered by Judy LaLonde. April 7, 2024. Limited to 6 @ $25/per.

E114 Elisabeth Berlinger is also hosting a South American dinner on Fri., Dec. 1, 2023. Limited to 12 @ $35.

E115 Jewelry making party! Lysa Salsbury will teach you how to make earrings, bracelets, and necklaces to keep or give as gifts. Wide selection of beads and findings available. All supplies provided, plus appetizers and wine. Scheduled for Saturday evening, October 21, in the Friendship Hall at UUCP. $25 per person, max. 10. Children aged 12 or older welcome.

E116 Kat Clancy invites five to join her at a wine tasting with appetizers at Colter’s Creek in Moscow on January 18, 2024. $35 per person.

E117 On the Lunar New Year (Sat. Feb. 10), Judy LaLonde invites you to come play Scrabble with snacks and dessert. (Weather permitting: if driveway is too deep with snow, another date will be set.) $10/per person. Limit 8.

E118 On April Fools Eve (Sun. March 31), come and fool others with your definition of a strange, unusual word–play Dictionary with snacks and dessert. Offered by Judy LaLonde. $10/per person. Limit 10

E119 Sign up for Nancy Nelson’s Almost Mother’s Day Crepe Brunch. 12:00 or shortly after church on May 5th. Enjoy sweet and savory crepes. Max 16 at $15 per adult/ 10 for kids.

E120 Lasagna supper offered by Nancy Nelson. Both vegetarian and traditional lasagna available. February 9th at 6:00 pm. Max 16 at $15 per adult/$10 for kids.

E121 UUCP Paddle picnic Saturday, September 23 $15/adult, $5/child, $35 maximum/family
Join the Prorak/Poplawsky family with your human-powered boat or board for a 1-2 mile paddle and picnic on Killarney Lake, one of the CDA River chain of lakes about 2 hours from Moscow. We will enjoy a leisurely paddle around this quiet, scenic lake and stop for a picnic on Popcorn Island (food provided – maybe even popcorn?). You will need to supply and safely transport a boat/board for your party, and all participants must wear PFDs. Time details will be provided later. If weather cancels, we would likely reschedule for next year.

E122 Halloween Hike on Moscow Mountain, Saturday, October 28. Limit 10 people. $10/person. We will catch the last of the hiking season as we look for the ghosts of summer flora (and maybe some spooky slime molds) during a 5-ish mile hike on Moscow Mountain. (Exact route TDB) After the hike, warm up with food and drink at the Prorak/Poplawsky home. Costumes welcome if you can hike in them!

E123 Enjoy a fine Lebanese dinner with all the fixings, enhanced by Lebanese stories and several slides! Feb.3, 2024 at the Meuth/Alldredge household. Limit 8 adults; minimum bid $30 per seat.

E124 Sledding Party at the Dibbles, 5 miles south of Moscow. Date dependent on the weather (cross your fingers for snow). Nice hills with no trees to run into. Bonfire to keep warm, marshmallows to roast and lots of hot cocoa. $10/individual, $20/family, no limit.