When Dr. Fredrick Church donated his home to Latah County, he did so with the expressed hope that it would serve as a gathering place for curious minds. In that spirit, Latah County Historical Society presents “The Salon,” a fun and enriching evening of author readings and mini-lessons at the historic McConnell Mansion, on Thursday, May 19th starting at 5:30 p.m.

Featuring authors David Harlon, Alexandra Teague, and Judy Sobeloff, who will read from original works, a short wine tasting lesson with Camas Prairie Winery, music with the Ukulele Players of the Palouse, and a Victorian craft. After the wine tasting, there will be a no-host bar served by Camas Prairie Winery.


5:30-5:55 Wine tasting lesson with Camas Prairie Winery

Break for beverage purchases

6:05-6:15 Author reading with Judy Sobeloff

6:15-6:45 Music lesson with Ukulele Players of the Palouse

6:45-7:00 Author reading with David Harlan

7:05-7:30 Thaumatrope craft

7:30-7:45 Author reading with Alexandra Teague

This event is free and open to the public as part of the City of Moscow’s ArtWalk program. Come enjoy an evening of art and fun at the historic McConnell Mansion.

For more information, please contact lchslibrary@latahcountyid.gov or call (208) 882-1004.