• 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…

  • Performances,  Rent Parties

    Great jazz melody alive and well

    HiFi Rendezvous| Friday, April 5, 7pm Genre: jazz standards Suggested donation $10 Nick Schmitt (guitar vocals), Ken Brode (drums), Caroline Heading (piano), Tim Pence (percussion), John Lindig (bass and alto Sax) Fri, April 5 at 7pm–The Pomerene Center welcomes hometown band Hi-Fi Rendezvous for a musical evening dedicated to keeping great jazz melody alive and well.  The band listens to–among others–Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgersald, Saragh Vaughn, Nat King Cole,Monk, Duke Ellington, Tony Bennett,Stan Getz, Bill Evans, Jobim. A little tidbit about their history with some Coshocton history thrown in: Hi-Fi started as Whitewoman Street Jazz in 2008.  The band switched their name to Hi-Fi Rendezvous when they began playing outside Coshocton…

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    Background

    Leaving Coshocton for the first time opened my eyes – truly opened them. My entire life up until my departure, I knew only small town America. Sitting on my porch and recognizing the person in every other car was common for me – to say I was nervous to leave is an understatement. What did the big city lights have in store for me? Who would I meet? Who would I become? These questions and more flooded my mind on my car ride to my new home. The college experience could be defined as comical if nothing else. Thousands of kids acting as adults acting as scholars. You’re supposed to…