• Dogwood Festival

    Dogwood Festival 2013 Schedule

      The 28th annual Dogwood Festival “NO PLACE LIKE HOME” May 2-10 MUSIC FATHER-DAUGHTER, CHRISTIAN & CAMILLE HOWES  “It used to be you could hardly find a good jazz violinist. Nowadays there are four or five really good players, but there is nobody better than this guy” Les Paul   Christian performs with daughter Camille. Also playing Coshocton County Father-Daughter duo, Bobby & Laura Dotson. 6-8pm, May 3 @PARK SPACE as part of First Friday Celebration. free. Table reservations accepted with donation. 740.622.0326 BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH plays the Taylor & Boody Tracker Organ 3pm, May 5 @COSHOCTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. free. “To invoke an old Southern expression, Bradley Hunter Welch plays the…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    Prepare to be Amazed

    DOGWOOD FESTIVAL GALA DINNER THEATER 6pm, Saturday, May 12 $50 for reservations pomerenearts@gmail.com or call 740.622.0326 at the Pomerene Center for the Arts Prepare to be amazed. Jazz by HiFi Rendezvous. Illusionist Larry Pew  will perform after dinner (topping off his distinctive career captivating audiences in leading supper clubs and night spots across the nation). Local foods gourmet dinner created by Chef Cichon & the CCCC CULINARY ARTS program.  All served up under the tent on the beautiful Pomerene grounds. Larry Pew lives tucked quietly in Coshocton County. Illusionist by night.  Mailman by day.  Caterer par excellence by night, Mike Cichon can be found by day  in the Coshocton County Career Center kitchens…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Performances

    Dogwood Festival European Techno music club

    Not expected–outdoors electronic dance music club  in the middle of Coshocton Ohio…First Friday in May…complete with glow stick bracelets and necklaces–but that’s part of the charm and a good deal of the point. In an Unusual Place, electronic music dance show with Kickin DJ Services. Food by the Coshcoton Sportzone. We’ll be serving beer. 5:30 – 10pm Friday, May 4  in the PARK space 317 Main Street Coshocton, as part of Dogwood Festival 2012 “In Unusual Places.”