Family Fun

  • Downtown Trick-or-Treat

    Head downtown with your kids in their best costume for some Halloween treats and fun! You can find pumpkins, face painting, candy, and more! This event is free to the public and offers the opportunity to get to know your local businesses! Stay tuned for more information on this year’s Downtown Trick-or-Treat event.

  • Entertainment in the Park

    The Entertainment in the Park program is sponsored by the City of Moscow, the Moscow Arts Commission, the Latah County Library District, the Friends of Moscow Public Library, Avista, and the University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music. For the month of June this summer event features a Children’s Entertainment Series starting at 6 p.m. followed by the Moscow Arts Commission Band at 7 p.m. at East City Park. The Children’s Entertainment Series is a part of this year’s Summer Reading Program, titled: “Libraries Rock!”

  • Latah County Fair

    The Latah County Fair is an annual four day celebration of everything that is great about Latah county and the surrounding region. Held in mid-September each year, it is an amazing weekend of multiple competitive exhibit shows, food vendors, animal exhibits, exciting contests, over 70 on-site vendors, carnival rides for people of all ages, over 50 hours of live, free main stage entertainment and much more. The Latah County Fair is a free admission event, so bring the whole family for a weekend of fun, food, and memories.

  • Vandal Town Block Party

    This community event has become a favorite fall past time to welcome new and returning students in a downtown celebration of Moscow. The event is free and open to the public and festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. Meet downtown for live music and family friendly activities for guests of all ages.

  • Winter Carnival

    Kick off the holiday season at Moscow’s Winter Carnival! Festivities begin at 4:00 pm with a variety of family-friendly activities to help you get in the holiday spirit, all leading up to the grand finale – the lighting of the Winter Wonderland Tree, immediately followed by the light Up The Night Parade!
    The parade begins promptly at 6:00 pm and everyone is invited to come out and watch this fantastic display of lights . . . Santa Claus even agrees to fly in for the event!

  • Airway Hills Driving Range & Miniature Golf

    This course is not the typical putt-putt golf. There are no windmills or clowns. These holes are fun, challenging and built for beauty. For more information, visit call (509) 872-3092.

  • Moscow Wild At Art

  • McConnell Mansion

    The two-story house is a blend of Victorian, Queen Anne, and Eastlake styles. The rooms on the first floor have been restored to historic periods reflecting the house’s history, from turn-of-the-century parlors to the 1930s kitchen. A friendly volunteer will give you a tour of the rooms and information about the house, Moscow, and Latah County. Upstairs are two exhibit areas which offer well-researched and interpreted perspectives on people, places, and events of Latah County.


    Visit!about-us/cxwc or call (208) 882-1004 for more information.

  • Kenworthy Performing Arts Center

    This historic building located in downtown Moscow, offers high quality entertainment including live theatre, films, concerts, lectures and other performing arts.

    Join the Kenworthy for everyone’s favorite summer tradition! The Saturday Market Cartoons are every Saturday, June through September from 9AM to noon.

    Visit or call (208) 882-4127 for more information.

  • Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center

  • Palouse Ice Rink at the Rotary Veterans Memorial Pavilion, Moscow

    The ice skating season at the Pavilion typically runs from late October to early April; however other activities are planned throughout the summer. Winter fun for both kids and adults includes hockey tournaments, open skate, and lessons. Summer-time can include rollar-skating, floor hockey and roller derby!

    Call (208) 882-7188 or visit

  • Appaloosa Horse Museum

    The Appaloosa Museum is located in the heart of Palouse Country – considered the home of the Appaloosa breed. The museum is a non-profit organization established in 1975 to collect, preserve, study, and exhibit objects and information that illustrate the history of the Appaloosa horse. Visit or call (208) 882- 5578 for more information.

  • Rendezvous in the Park

    Rendezvous in the Park is a three-day music and arts festival taking place in Moscow’s East City Park. This family friendly outdoor event takes place the third weekend in July, and features live music in the evenings, starting at 4:30. Rendezvous also includes a two-day arts workshop for kids, on Thursday and Friday mornings. Concert attendees bring blankets and lawn chairs and spread out to enjoy the music and sun setting over the park. Many bring a picnic dinner, or enjoy the offerings of the many food vendors. Invest the time to come to Rendezvous once and you will find the quality of the music and the sense of community to be infectious and will want to return every year.

  • Palouse Discover Science Center, Pullman

    This unique center promotes science, math and technology literacy through the use of educational programs, exhibits, teaching collections and activities emphasizing hands-on learning.

  • DEFY Moscow

    A fun place for all ages. We offer state of the art trampolines, foam pits, a ninja course, an extreme dodge ball arena. We have special groups rates for events of all types. Close to both WSU and UI. Come in and jump with your family and friends. You can sign a waiver online and purchase tickets at Children 6 & up $8 an hour, adults 7 & up $12 an hour, plus $3 mandatory jump socks.

  • Virtudome

    Virtudome is a Virtual Technology Experience with several different immersive virtual worlds for you to see. Our combat arena can accommodate 6 people and can participate in 5 different games in a free-roaming arena. We have 4 different booths with virtual reality headsets connected to power gaming PCs. This allows for a higher graphic experience pushing the limits of technology. These booths power 11 different escape rooms, premium zombie experiences, and over 100 different games for you to play.

  • WSU Bear Center, Pullman

    This facility offers visitors the chance to observe live grizzly bears up close! Here they study the effects of hibernation and how the heart can adapt to stressful conditions. For more information, visit

    or call (509) 335-3009.

  • Zeppoz Family Fun Center, Pullman

    A recreation center for the whole family! Zeppoz is home to state of the art bowling, arcade, full-size regulation tournament pool tables, card room, sports bar and restaurant/snack bar. Located at 780 SE Bishop Boulevard in Pullman. Call (509) 334-7101 or visit for more information or to reserve a lane.