PEO Variety Show
Held at the Palouse Grange Hall
Held on St. Patrick’s Day at the Palouse Grange Hall. www.PalouseArtsCouncil.org, 509.863.5733.
Palouse Downtown Open House
Held the second Saturday in April on Main Street.
Washington State University/University of Idaho Regional Cyclists Race
Held in late April. The racers pass through the town of Palouse, stopping to enjoy a dinner organized by a local Boy Scout troop.
Memorial Day Lunch
Held on Memorial Day at the Palouse Grange Hall. www.PalouseArtsCouncil.org, 509.863.5733.
Rat Rod Show Car Show & BBQ
Held the first Saturday in June on Main Street. Celebrate auto renovation in a whole new way. Browse through cars renovated by the average garage tinkering fanatic. Live music, and vendors. 208.301.0018.
Held on the second weekend in July at the Palouse Grange Hall & Main Street Businesses. Stroll the town enjoying displays of local artists. 509.863.5733, www.PalouseArtsCouncil.org.
Palouse Ice Cream Social
Held the second weekend in July at Palouse City Park from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Listen to music in the park while you enjoy some homemade pie and ice cream. The event serves as a fundraiser for the local community center. 509.878.1226, www.PalouseCommunityCenter.org.
Bluegrass Music Festival
Held in late July. Bluegrass music will ring through the air. Live bands will perform in Palouse’s Hayton Greens park.
National Night Out
Held the first Tuesday in August at Palouse City Park. A family event sponsored by the Palouse Block Watch will include displays of fire trucks, police equipment and all the emergency services that keep our small towns safe and comfortable places to live. Music, raffles and family fun.
Palouse Community Yard Sale
Held the first Saturday in August. Sign up at City Hall. Maps of downtown businesses are available.
Held the second Saturday after Labor Day. Includes a pancake breakfast, a parade, a car show, a book sale, the National Barley Cook-off, live music, softball tournament and a duck race. Enjoy a performance by the Seattle Cossacks Stunt Drill Team, and a performance of ComedySportz. 509.878.1991.
Held Downtown. Two haunted houses and more. Chills and thrills entice visitors from around the region during Haunted Palouse. Two old buildings have found new life scaring even the bravest who dare to enter. For yearly dates, visit www.VisitPalouse.com.
Roundtable Craft Bazaar
Held in early December. Just in time for holiday gift giving. Raises money for high school scholarships.
Holiday Season Opener and Concert
Held the first Saturday in December in Downtown Palouse.
Held New Year’s Eve at the Palouse Grange Hall. www.PalouseArtsCouncil.org, 509.863.5733.