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COVID-19 Discussion: “The COVID-19 Pandemic: Gritman Hospital’s Response and the Future of Local Public Health” is scheduled for noon via Zoom. The discussion will feature Gritman Medical Center President and CEO Kara Best and Director of Public Health – Idaho North Central District Carol Moehrle. Find more information about my.lwv.org/idaho/moscow.

Virtual Guest Writer Series: 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. Essayist and author Aisha Sabatini Sloan will read and discuss non-fiction writing with University of Idaho professor Brian Blanchfield. The Zoom link is available at facebook.com/events/356591672757844/.

Pullman Kiwanis Centennial: Noon, Gladish Community and Cultural Center Third Floor Viewing Room, 115 NW State St., in Pullman and via Zoom. The Pullman Kiwanis Club will celebrate its centennial. Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson will discuss Pullman Kiwanis and the community for the past 100 years. To attend, contact the club at [email protected]

Renaissance Fair posting deadline: Friday 6 p.m. All submissions for the Renaissance Fair Poster Contest are due to Tye Dye Everything, 527 S. Main St., Moscow. Voting begins on Saturday. For full details, see moscowrenfair.org/media/poster_contest_2022.pdf.

“Crocodile Hungry” Book Signing: Moscow children’s author Eija Sumner will sign her book from 11 a.m. to noon at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center, 508 S. Main St. in Moscow. Presented by Bookpeople of Moscow.

Winter Market: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St., Moscow. Buy locally grown produce and produce local produce and crafts. Vote for your favorite Renaissance Fair poster in the Fiske Room.

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