Dancing Wheels

Written by Anne Cornell on . Posted in Crow Project, Performances

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SATURDAY, NOV. 9 | 4:30pm Lake Park Pavilion, 23253 State Route 83 North Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton is home to a winter roost of crows, meaning annually, upwards to 10,000 crows gather nightly from early November to early March in a line of trees along the river. It is hard to watch the crows flying in to roost without thinking […]

Rainbow Crow

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Rainbow Crow Transforming Costume as envisioned by Meredith Free

September 2013–In researching all things crow for the 2nd ANNUAL COSHOCTON CROW HOMECOMING we came across a beautiful Lenape/Delaware  Indian myth about the world when it was never cold and Crow was a rainbow colored bird with a beautiful singing voice. When snow & ice appear Crow agrees to make a journey to ask The Creator Who […]

2nd annual crow homecoming

Written by Anne Cornell on . Posted in Crow Project

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The 2nd ANNUAL CROW HOMECOMING and final hurrah for the world’s 1st ROOT BALL PARK One of the great animal phenomena of the world is the congregation of large numbers of birds into a single communal sleeping group known as a “roost.” Annually, late October/early November, upwards to 10,000 crows come from as far away as […]