One World Cafe

Moscow - Idaho

OWC has been an independent, locally owned coffee shop since 2005. We are located on the corner of Sixth and Main Street right in the heart of downtown Moscow, ID. We provide a relaxed, comfortable space where everyone can enjoy good coffee, food, and great company.

If you are looking for a place to hang out, study, have engaging conversations, meet interesting people, listen to live music, or just enjoy people watching, you are in the right place. Here you will find local art on the walls, fresh and locally roasted coffee, live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights, a changing beer and wine selection and a variety of pastries and snacks. Our staff is welcoming and knowledgeable, and we are looking forward to making OWC your home away from home in Moscow.

We have a meeting room that you can schedule in advance for meetings for up to 18 people. OWC offers seating across two levels - including a mezzanine - that allows you to choose spaces that are more quiet and secluded or buzzing with activity. We (obviously) have free wifi and have tried to provide you with as many power outlets as we could - so your devices can recharge together with you.  On weekend nights we often have free live music and entertainment.

We hope to see you soon. 

 

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NALANI PROCTOR

7 - 9 PM, All Ages,

Free (donations welcome)

A songwriter wading through the plains, Nalani Proctor breaths in the winds of the Midwest, and exhales the songs of her multicultural lineage. Hapa Haole by birth, Nalani never quite fit in with the crowd in Iowa, nor Hawaii. Finding solace in music, she writes out the pains of growing up, over and over again. Her most recent album release, “Nothing", is a labor of love, with the past 5 years writing songs to celebrate poignant milestones and defuse devastating heartbreaks. "Proctor’s music turns composition into a weapon, sharpening each song to a distinctive point that cuts right to the heart of the matter," writes SFOP Music. Nalani evokes the emotions of the lyrics, often layering her own voice and guitar to create upbeat surf rock sounds or unbearably sad and languid characters against sparse instrumentation. Daily Gate City’s G. Franklin boasted “‘Nothing’ is actually EVERYTHING.”

Nalani Proctor

Always rockn'. Mostly acoustic.

Later Event: June 16
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