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Kids’ Activities

Palouse Choral Society Children’s Choir

Palouse Choral Society’s Children’s Choir is comprised of children with treble voices in grades 4 through 8 and rehearses in Moscow on Sunday afternoons.
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Quad-cities children’s activities

A myriad of activities for children occur within 20 minutes of Uniontown in Pullman, Moscow, Lewiston and Clarkston. They include ice and roller skating, gymnastics, swimming, martial arts, science and nature programs plus many others. Click here to go to TripBuzz and enter each of the city’s names to learn all the fun things available for kids and families in the area.

Palouse Area Robotics Team

Open to high school students throughout the Palouse; meets in Pullman.

We are a new and growing team entering our seventh season.  We are a Washington State University Extension 4-H club and not directly affiliated with a school.  As a result the team consists of high school students from multiple local schools and home schooling and is open to students throughout the Palouse region (both Washington and Idaho).  The team is mentored by a committed group of local engineering and business professionals.  Our first five seasons have been very successful, learning a lot, building very competitive and reliable robots.

You can see the SciBorgs and our amazing robots in action on YouTube.

Colton-Uniontown Annual Fair and Stock Show

The fair is a one day event held at Colton School that officially begins at 8:00 AM and concludes around 4:00 PM, there are concessions provided for purchase and the Colton FFA also holds their annual spring plant sale during the fair. It is usually the last Friday in April, but is always a week prior to the Junior Livestock Show of Spokane.  Participants must be enrolled in a Colton – Uniontown 4-H club or the Colton or Pullman FFA chapters. Inquiries about the fair can be emailed to [email protected].  Check out Colton-Uniontown Fair on Facebook.


A children’s program offered by the Uniontown Community Church for children 3 years of age through 6th grade.  The club meets every Wednesday at the Community Building at 6 pm during the school year.  The AWANA club is designed to give children a solid scriptural foundation with which to grow their faith.  AWANA is funded through donations and fund raising activities.

Contact person – Debbie Brotnov 509-597-7272.

Artisan Barn Creativity Workshops

Clay, culinary and other topics

For all ages

Offers Colton elementary students a variety of creative experiences


CU There 4-H

C.U. There is a long standing 4H club that has members from Colton, Uniontown and surrounding areas.  Members participate in a wide variety of projects including but not limited to market beef, swine and goat, small animals including dogs, cats, rabbits and poultry, welding, wood-working, sewing, photography, archery and others as kids interests grow each year.  Currently there are thirteen families enrolled in C.U. There 4H Club.  The Club meets monthly and does several community service projects each year.  This is a very vibrant and active 4-H club!  To find out more, please feel free to contact Dawn Baerlocher at 503-239-1071 or Dr. Jessica Bell at 509-336-3714.  Enrollment is October 1st each year.

Uniontown Library

Uniontown is proud to have its own library as part of the county system. Uniontown Library is located in the 1939 Town Hall building and provides a wide variety of books, materials, online products, printing services, community programs for all ages, and a Wi-Fi hotspot with 24/7 access. For a complete calendar of events at Whitman County libraries view the Events Calendar or call 877-733-3375. Uniontown Library is a branch of Whitman County Library District with 14 locations and online at


  • Children’s educational story time is on Fridays at 10:30 am.
  • After school program is the 3rd Wednesday of each month.


Wednesdays 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Fridays 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.

Memorial Park

This park was first built as a semi-professional baseball field in 1948. In the mid-60s the Town baseball team died out and park maintenance ended. In mid 1990s, many residents expressed an interest in reestablishing the park and a group took on the task of rebuilding it. Thanks to volunteers, the park now has a softball field, soccer field, restrooms, running track/circular walkway, picnic area and playground equipment.

The Town Clerk coordinates children’s programs with parents who volunteer. Please contact the Town Clerk for more information about park programs and volunteering.

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