Zimfest will be centered in the Living Learning Community (LLC) on the northern edge of the University campus. Housing will be provided in the LLC, Theophilus Tower, and Wallace Complex. Bob’s Place, within Wallace complex, is the location for on-campus meal service. Theophilus Tower will be the site for many of the workshops, with the remainder taught outside or in buildings on campus within a short walk of the Zimfest Village.
The four-day weekend commences with Thursday afternoon’s workshops. Later, the larger community will gather before a rising full moon to welcome the local Nez Perce Tribal Elders and our Zimbabwean guests for Zimfest 2012’s outdoor Welcome Concert at Ghormley Park.
Afternoon concerts and the Marketplace will take place at Ghormley Park, a Moscow city park located on the corner of West Third Street and Home Street. Enjoy the wonderful sounds of Zimbabwean music under the full canopy of shade provided by Ghormley Park’s grove of mature hardwood trees. U of I’s SUB Ballroom will be the site of the evening concerts on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. The SUB Ballroom, located on the east side of campus within a 10-minute walk through campus from the Zimfest Village, will also be the site for Sunday’s delicious Zimbabwean Dinner.
During the summer, a vehicle may be parked in any Silver Lot without a parking permit. Cars parking into all other lots will be ticketed. A convenient and free place to park during Zimfest is in the Red parking lot between the U of I Recreation Center/Climbing Center and Ghormley Park.
Avoid parking in Gold and Green lots, as well as metered and “Reserved” parking spaces. (Read signs at entrances of parking lots carefully. Some Gold lots allow free parking after 5 pm and some after 9 pm.)
Visitor parking permits are $2 per day and can be purchased at the Parking and Transportation Services Building located on the corner of West 3rd and Line Streets at the northern edge of the U of I campus near Ghormley Park.
Afternoon concerts and the marketplace will take place at Ghormley Park, on the corner of West Third Street and Home Street. Evening concerts will occur at the SUB Ballroom on the East side of campus, within a 5-10 minute walk through campus from the Zimfest Village.
A number of alternate dining options are available 5-10 walking-minutes away (north of campus), and downtown Moscow is located 15 walking-minutes to the east.
Telephone: (208) 883-7747 for summer bus schedule. This service is free to the public and available to everyone.
Telephone: (208) 882-0703 or Facebook or Address: 513 S Main St, Moscow
Telephone: 509-332-1703 Address: 219 E. Main Street, Pullman, WA 99163
ZipCar: car-share program with vehicles available for rent on the U of I campus. Check out www.zipcar.com/uidaho/ for more information before coming to Zimfest.
A number of alternate dining options are available 5-10 walking-minutes away (north of campus), and downtown Moscow is located 15 walking-minutes to the east of Zimfest Village. Alternative housing options are also located within easy walking distances.
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