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Promoting arts and culture in the region, the Lewis-Clark Center for Arts & History includes exhibits and performing arts programs such as book signings and meet-the-artist events. Exhibits are housed in an 1884 12,000 square foot building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A highlight is the gallery exhibit on Chinese in the region, "Beuk Aie Temple". Other exhibits include fine arts in all media featuring international and regional artists. As part of Lewis-Clark State College, the Center provides educational opportunities in arts and history for students and serves as a regional arts and culture resource. CAH also hosts several events each year, including Dinner in the Garden, a sustainable community dinner in September; and Confluence Grape & Grain, a wine and beer tasting event that is part of the Annual Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley in April. In addition, many readings, performances and presentations occur year-round at the Center. All ages are welcome, and CAH hosts monthly Family Activity Days.

Location

North Central Idaho at Lewiston

Directions

415 Main Street in historic downtown Lewiston. Corner of 5th & Main St.

Nearest City

Lewiston

Street Address

415 Main St
Lewiston ID, 83501

Mailing Address

415 Main St
Lewiston ID, 83501

Seasons

All Year

Hours

Gallery, Tues-Sat, 11am-4pm Business Hours, Mon-Friday 8am-5pm

Fees

Free Admission. Donations appreciated.

Facilities

Handicap Access, Instruction, Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center

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