Summer Concert Series at the Dahmen Barn
5 concerts in July and August. All start at 7 pm
Outstanding performers from across the U.S. including Nashville, North Carolina, and Sandpoint
August 15, the Senders, 50s & 60s music
August 28, Nu-Blu from North Carolina, bluegrass
for more information click here: artisanbarn.org and open the performances tab
Welcome to Uniontown Washington, a rural community at the center of an urban region
The Community Development Association has obtained funding and donations to help expand the creativity center at the Dahmen Barn. Donations from community supporters have been matched with funding from Whitman County economic development fund and the ArtPlace foundation to complete the first phase of construction. The addition is being built west of the barn where the dilapidated shed was located. When completed the addition will include a large classroom/event space, 4 artisan studios and a kitchen that will support culinary art classes. Long term plans includes improving an entry from highway 195 and developing an artisan park in the field between the barn and the highway.
Uniontown has many interesting characters in its history and among residents today. You can find artists, farmers, bookbinders, free lance writers, teachers, furniture builders, collectors and many others in Uniontown.
The operation and improvement of the Town is dependent on community volunteers assisted by a small municipal staff with 1 person full time and 2 people part time. Volunteers serve on the Town Council, Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Fire Department, Community Center Board and Community Development Association Board. Significant community improvements have been completed since 1995 with volunteer participation including rebuilding a city park, renovating a commercial building for a new bakery, and reconstructing a barn for use as an artisan and event center. A sausage feed has been held annually for over 50 years to raise the funds needed for maintenance and operation of the community center.
Uniontown is in the area called the Palouse, an area known for the rolling hills used for dry-land grain farming. The town has the advantages of a rural community with the benefits of an urban region including Pullman, Washington 15 miles northwest; Moscow, Idaho 16 miles northeast; Lewiston, Idaho 14 miles southeast; and Clarkston, Washington 16 miles southeast. This urban region includes Washington State University in Pullman, University of Idaho in Moscow Idaho, Lewis Clark College in Lewiston Idaho, and community college branches in Pullman and Clarkston. Regional airports with airline service located in Lewiston and in Pullman.
Uniontown is 93 miles south of Spokane with an international airport and 300 miles east of Seattle.
This web site was developed and is maintained by the Uniontown Community Development Association.