• Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    Grand Arts Dinner

    The 30th Annual Coshocton Dogwood Festival LINKED IN an arts-homecoming GRAND ARTS DINNER AL FRESCO under a 60’ long tent with EXTRAORDINARY MUSIC on Main, 300 block Saturday May 2, 2015 5:30pm Coshocton County! please invite the artists, musicians, actors, filmmakers and writers you know for dinner…relatives, friends, colleagues…most likely people–but not restricted to people–who grew up here or lived/live here. click to download a reservation form We’ll create a map of who’s who and schedule opportunities for locals and their invited guests to show their work or perform. GRAND ARTS DINNER on Main Saturday May 2, 2015 SCHEDULE 5:30 pm An extraordinary start 2 bands converge both playing different marches. 40north…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    Benefit Concert at the Redhouse

    Momenta Quartet at the Redhouse Friday May 1 at 7pm. Tickets $100, limit 40. Corporate Sponsorship $500. Desserts, cheeses and fruits will be served. BYOBeverage.  Kicking off the 30th annual Dogwood Festival “LINKED IN“…  Marion &  Tim Sutton will host a musical benefit evening at their Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home, the Redhouse, Friday May 1, 7pm. . This year’s headline Festival entertainment is Momenta Quartet with violinist and Coshocton County native Adda Kridler. Here’s the program– String Quartet No. 2 (1911-13) by Charles Ives–a musical story with unexpected cultural references that takes the listener on a journey through discussions, arguments, and a walk up a mountain. Haydn’s Quartet Opus 20 No. 1  According to -Alex Ross,…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Families,  Performances

    Katydids, Fireflies and other insects

    SARAH GOSLEE REED Children’s Concert and artmaking activities @ Park space, Friday May 2, 5-8pm Folk singer and songwriter Sarah Goslee Reed comes to Coshocton to get us all dancing and playing. The Pomerene Center will have supplies and volunteers on hand to make Shekeres, Guiros and Kazoos to add to the fun. It’s all free and part of Dogwood Festival 2014 and May’s First Friday Celebration. WHAT is a SHEKERE? “The shekere is an instrument from Africa made out of a hollow gourd. Outside the gourd is a netting that holds seeds or bead so the instrument makes a wonderful rattling when played.” Daria World Music for Children WHAT is…