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Food & Drink
Market Fresh Sandwiches
208-746-0658
208-746-1205
Mexican & American Food
See Ad For 2 Locations
208-746-4141
Drinks/Appietizers/Burgers/Wraps/BBQ/Salads
208-743-0179
A Distinctive Flavor For Every Tastebud
509-758-8861
Serving Breakfast & Lunch
509-758-9700
Family Owned & Operated
208-743-9448
American/Italian/Full Bar
208-746-2440
Sandwiches/Wraps/Burgers/Steaks/Pasta/Seafood/Ribs
208-748-1151
Best Steaks & Chops In Town
208-748-1151
Sports On All The Time
208-743-1811
Breakfast/Lunch/Fresh Baked Pastry
509-751-9077
Best Family Mexican Restaurant In The Valley
509-751-0155
Waterfront Restaurant / Bar
208-743-0400
Pizza Pasta/Salads/Sandwiches
208-743-4742
208-743-7822
Full Service Resraurant & Lounge/Bowling
Breakfast @ 6:30 am
509-758-7902
Italian SteakHouse
208-743-5189
Waffley Wonderful Creations for Breakfast or Lunch
Recreation/Entertainment
208-746-0723
Casino/Restaurant/Deli/Lounge
1-509-751-9000
Wine Tours - Heli-Fishing - The Best Way to see Hells Canyon
Services
1-800-930-3050
Professional In-Home Health Care
509-758-0253
No Appointment Necessary / Open 7 Days
208-255-9430
ABCA Registered Border Collie Pups
208-265-0225
We Ship Anywhere In US
Shopping
509-758-0604
Antiques/Collectibles/Old, New & In-Between

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Things To Do
Calendar of Events
March • St. Patrick's Day Celebration: An old-fashioned cake walk, cabbage bowling, Irish storytellers and clowns, an open mic, bike parade, Irish food court & green beer garden, all followed up by a bonafide Pub Crawl! Downtown Lewiston, ID. • St. Paddy’s in Palouse: Featuring music by local favorites and traditional Irish dancers, an Irish dinner, a no-host bar available and music! Palouse Community Center, 220 E. Main St., Palouse 509-878-1701. April •Asotin County Fair & Rodeo: Traditional 4-H/FFA activities, BBQ, cowboy breakfast, parade, games, carnival, 3 day rodeo and local kids' events, dances, cowboy church and entertainment. Asotin County Fairgrounds, Asotin Anatone Hwy, 509-243-4101 . • Dogwood Festival: Numerous activities throughout the month such as art exhibitions, wine and beer tasting, golf tournament, quilt show, car show and fun run. The event culminates the last week of April with Art Under the Elms, a three day artisan fair featuring over 100 craft booths, entertainment and family fun held on the Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID. • Banana Belt Bowling Tournament: Come and join in the fun or cheer on your favorite in this annual bowling extravaganza with thousands of dollars in prize money awarded each year. Lancer Lanes, 1250 Bridge Street, Clarkston, WA 509-758-6731. May • NAIA World Series: The NAIA Baseball World Series is a double-elimination tournament held annually in Lewiston, Idaho, to determine the baseball champion of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). 208-792-2471. June • Sun Festival Show & Shine Car Show and Arts & Crafts Fair: Show & Shine, Poker Walk, 50/50 Drawing, Sidewalk Sales, Awards held on 6th Street, Arts & Crafts Fair, food & drinks at Vernon Park in Clarkston, WA. July • 4th of July: Old fashioned celebration for the whole family with games, rides, food and fireworks at Pioneer Park, 203 5th Street, Lewiston, ID. • Rockin’ on the River brings headliners into the valley each July for an outdoor concert on the banks of the Snake River, inside Gateway Golf Center at 725 Port Way, Clarkston, WA 99403. August • Hot August Nights: Cruise, Show & Shine car show and concerts make this a sizzling weekend of fun for car enthusiasts of all ages! Lewiston, ID, 208-743-6564. September • Lewiston Round-Up Rodeo: A showcase for many of the rodeo world's champion competitors. Since 1935, this roundup has grown in include a full street parade and indoor dance. Held at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds. • Nez Perce County Fair: Live music, strolling entertainers, hog calling, karaoke contest, carnival rides and livestock sale. Nez Perce County Fairgrounds at 1229 Burrell Avenue, Lewiston, 208-743-3302. • Tribune Cup Regatta: Watch the sailing prowess of racers from all over the US in different classes as they maneuver a variety of courses through all types of wind and weather. The Annual Trib Cup, presented by the Lewis-Clark Sailing Association is held at Chief Timothy Park, just 8 miles west of Clarkston, WA. October • Red Barn Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch: Corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, pig races, scary movies and more. October 1-31st, 1 mile north of Colton, WA. November • "Christmas Bonanza" Largest Craft Show in the area. Nez Perce County Fair Building. 208-746-5555. • Winter Spirit Holiday Lighting Ceremony: Kick off the Holiday Season with this annual lighting of thousands of lights on trees. Locomotive Park, 2102 Main Street, Lewiston, ID. • Kendall Subaru Clearwater Snake Steelhead Derby. Kendall Subaru Clearwater Snake Steelhead Derby. Over $10,000 in cash & prizes Call 509-758-7712 for details. December • Annual Clarkston Lighted Christmas Parade: Usher in the Christmas Season with Clarkston's Annual Lighted Christmas Parade. Floats, bands, dancers, fire trucks and even Santa make their way down 6th Street in downtown Clarkston. 509-758-7712. August • Hot August Nights: Cruise, Show & Shine car show and concerts make this a sizzling weekend of fun for car enthusiasts of all ages! Lewiston, ID, 208-743-6564. September • Lewiston Round-Up Rodeo: A showcase for many of the rodeo world's champion competitors. Since 1935, this roundup has grown in include a full street parade and indoor dance. Held at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds. • Nez Perce County Fair: Live music, strolling entertainers, hog calling, karaoke contest, carnival rides and livestock sale. Nez Perce County Fairgrounds at 1229 Burrell Avenue, Lewiston, 208-743-3302. • Tribune Cup Regatta: Watch the sailing prowess of racers from all over the US in different classes as they maneuver a variety of courses through all types of wind and weather. The Annual Trib Cup, presented by the Lewis-Clark Sailing Association is held at Chief Timothy Park, just 8 miles west of Clarkston, WA. October • Red Barn Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch: Corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, pig races, scary movies and more. October 1-31st, 1 mile north of Colton, WA. November • "Christmas Bonanza" Largest Craft Show in the area. Nez Perce County Fair Building. 208-746-5555. • Winter Spirit Holiday Lighting Ceremony: Kick off the Holiday Season with this annual lighting of thousands of lights on trees. Locomotive Park, 2102 Main Street, Lewiston, ID. • Kendall Subaru Clearwater Snake Steelhead Derby. Kendall Subaru Clearwater Snake Steelhead Derby. Over $10,000 in cash & prizes Call 509-758-7712 for details. December • Annual Clarkston Lighted Christmas Parade: Usher in the Christmas Season with Clarkston's Annual Lighted Christmas Parade. Floats, bands, dancers, fire trucks and even Santa make their way down 6th Street in downtown Clarkston. 509-758-7712.
Asotin County Historical Society Museum
Six miles south of Clarkston on Highway 129, Asotin was one of the first settlements on the Lewis and Clark Trail. The museum houses an 1882 cabin, schoolhouse, sheepherder’s cabin, pioneer home, and pole barn. Visitors can also tour the Asotin Steamboat Jean upon request. 215 Filmore St., Asotin, WA. 509-243-4659.
Dworshak National Fish Hatchery
Highway 7. Three miles west of Orofino, the facility is the world’s largest steelhead (ocean-going trout) and spring chinook salmon hatchery. View the spawning process during March, April and late August. Hatchery is open year-round. Operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. For more information, call 208-476-4591.
Fields Spring State Park
A 792-acre, forested park open year round located in the Blue Mountains of Southeastern Washington. Fields Spring has several miles of hiking, biking and running trails. Winter activities include groomed cross-country ski trails, a tubing hill and snowshoeing. 992 Park Road, Anatone, WA, approximately 30 miles south of Clarkston on Highway 129. 509-256-3332.
Fort Lapwai
The remnants of Fort Lapwai are situated near U.S. Highway 95 in Lapwai, Idaho. Troops were assigned to the Lapwai Valley in response to the gold rush and the fort was in use from 1862 to 1885.It was here that General Oliver 0. The Fort was converted into a government Indian school and then into a tuberculosis sanitarium with a hospital, boys' and girls' dormitories, and a school. Fort Lapwai is held in trust by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for the Nez Perce Tribe. 208-843-2261.
Hells Gate State Park
A popular summer destination, this park offers a large swimming beach, play area, miles of hiking/biking trails, a public boat launch and covered shelter perfect for picnics. Visit the Lewis & Clark Discover Center and follow the historic journey of one the the most significant explorations in United States history. Four Miles south of Lewiston on Snake River Avenue, 208-799-5015.
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
Hells Canyon is the deepest gorge in the United States, has been preserved as a national recreation area. Commercial jet boats take visitors deep into the wild and historic canyon which offers awe inspiring views. Contact the Lewiston Chamber of Commerce for more information. 208-743-3531 or 800-473-3543.
Nez Perce County Museum
306 3rd Street, Lewiston. The current Art Deco style building is located on the site of the Luna House Hotel, one of Lewiston’s first buildings. The museum features displays of Native American and Pioneer artifacts, steamboating on the Snake River and the history of Nez Perce County. Open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Donations accepted. 208-743-2535.
Nez Perce Hist. Park/Museum of Nez Perce Culture
Spalding, Idaho. 11 miles east of Lewiston on Highway 95 South. Displays include historical and cultural memorabilia of the Nez Perce. Artifacts from the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Nez Perce interactions with fur traders, gold miners, loggers, missionaries and settlers are also exhibited. Free admission. 208-843-2261.

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