• Performances,  Rent Parties

    Rent Party Season Starts

    Jason Pendola, acoustic | Friday, October 5, 7pm  Genres  Anything but country………….but can if he has to Influences Peter Furler, adele, al dimeola, andy mckee, suggested donation $10                  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 tables were set up out of the way of the dance floor, and the doors were opened in exchange for a few bucks. In an effort to relieve stress on our monthly budget, the Pomerene Center has…

  • Exhibits

    Local Produce

    Local Produce  10/07 – 11/10,  2012  paintings by Stephanie Revennaugh Opening Party Sunday, October 7, 2-4pm   “Starting in Februay 2012,  I painted produce from Montana (my home) and Arizona (where I wintered) as well as packages of produce sent to me from Ohio. The aim of the show is to promote local produce and the Slow Food movement. These paintings raise awareness of the importance of consuming whole foods while supporting local farmers. Nourishing the body with fresh local produce is essential to health, fights disease, stimulates the local economy and just tastes better! With minimal effort these benefits can be enjoyed by visiting a local farmers market or stores such…

  • Gatherings

    Hanging Onto Summer – movie series

    Pomerene Staff members are exploring their inner geek (weren’t so sure they even had one). They’ll be out in the PARK space watching old Sci-Fi Futuristic movies Thursday, August 9- September 13 at 9pm or dark (whichever comes first). August 9 feature, Metropolis by Fritz Lang. A bring-your-own-popcorn-and-soda event.