• Performances,  Rent Parties

    “Those Guys” mellow

    Those Guys | Friday, March 1, 7pm Genre: eclectic Suggested donation $10 Fri, March 1 at 7pm–The Pomerene Center welcomes THOSE GUYS for a mellow musical evening–meaning this is probably not the event for you if you need a thumping beat to stay awake. On the other hand, if you (check any or all of the following) have a wide-ranging taste in music…like acoustic guitar…love old architecture…find house concerts a cool idea…like to mix it up with people whose paths you don’t usually cross…want something out of the ordinary to do with your friends–then this is a night for you. THOSE GUYS will be reaching back as far as the…

  • Chocolate Extravaganza,  Gatherings

    Chocolate Extravaganza 2013

    JOIN US for the 21st annual Pomerene Center CHOCOLATE EXTRAVAGANZA Saturday, February 9, 2013 | 3-5pm at Coshocton County Career Center $8 presale, $10 at the door a sweet way to support the Arts   It’s all about chocolate but it’s not ALL about chocolate.  There’s the spacious light-filled commons, plenty of tables to sit at–decorated with artful arrangements, charming music by The Wayfarers, artwork displayed by Artist Friends of the Pomerene, the anticipation of winning the raffle…with the addition of you and your friends, this is a perfect, perfect way to celebrate a winter’s day right before Valentine’s Day. Where to get your $8 presale tickets Dean’s Jewelry Good News Bookstore…

  • Performances,  Rent Parties

    detroit klutch plays february 1st

    Detroit Klutch | Friday, February 1, 7pm Genres: country rock, blues Suggested donation $10 We had a great time with Detroit Klutch at the end of the summer and are excited to share their bluesy country rock music at this month’s Rent Party. On the side, we met Detroit Klutch’s female vocalist Robin Renee at an  Evan Abood  gig.  They are cousins and obviously share an important  music gene. WHAT IS A RENT PARTY? At the time of the Great Migration north (1910-1930), blacks emigrating from the south settled the problem of Harlem’s inflated rents by throwing parties. Furniture was moved to the outside walls, musicians and refreshments were brought in, card…