• Crow Project,  Performances

    Dancing Wheels at Raven’s Glenn

    Saturday, November 8 at Raven’s Glenn Winery from 4-5pm. Tickets are $15. Wine/soft drink and appetizers are included.   Student tickets are $5. As part of the 3rd Annual Crow Homecoming, the Pomerene Center for the Arts presents Cleveland based Dancing Wheels. Buy your tickets. We’ll save them at the door. Adult Ticket $15.00 USDStudent Ticket $5.00 USD Why a Crow Homecoming? 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. Science says they’re here to stay.   The Pomerene Center for the Arts says, “If you’re given lemons…

  • Crow Project,  Learning,  Performances

    Dancing Wheels workshop & performance

    Saturday, November 8, 2014 Cleveland based DANCING WHEELS, a mixed ability professional dance company, is coming to Coshocton to teach and perform for the 3rd Annual Crow Homecoming. Dancing Wheels is a premier arts and disabilities organization with dancers representing diversity of age, ethnicity, gender and physical ability.  The Company embodies the message of equality and accessibility. HERE’S THE SCHEDULE 11am-12:30pm FREE dance workshop @ the Coshocton Salvation Army Gym LEARN from Mary Verdi-Fletcher and other dancers from the company she founded. Mary is the first professional wheelchair dancer in the United States. Born with spina bifida, she offers others with disabilities full and equal access into the world of dance. The…

  • Crow Project

    3rd Annual Crow Homecoming

    The Pomerene Center for the Arts is proud to present DANCING IN THE CROWS–the 3rd Annual Crow Homecoming, Saturday November 8, 11-3pm, in the 300 Block of Main Street, Coshocton, OH. Lots of free fun. Why a Crow Homecoming? Fiercely territorial and loyal to their family groups during the summer nesting season, crows undergo a fall/winter transformation and become “communal” by the thousands to roost, i.e. sleep together. These roosts are one of the great animal phenomena of the world. Notoriously intelligent, crows have moved their once rural roosts into towns where they find light, warmth and safety. Coshocton is one of those towns. Annually, upwards to 10,000 crows gather nightly…