• Families,  Performances

    Family Picnics, Concerts and Art in July

    What better way to spend a summer evening than by making art with your family and friends? FAMILY PICNICS, CONCERTS & ART in JULY Thursdays in July from 5:30-7pm The Park space at 325 Main Street Pre-registration is appreciated: 740-622-0326 or pomerenearts@gmail.com Join the Pomerene Center for the Arts on Thursdays this July for fun family art activities, music and great bonding time! Bring your family and a picnic dinner and we’ll provide the art materials! IT’S ALL FREE!!!!! July 10th: Make your own Kazoo, Shekere or Guiro | music – Sarah Goslee Reed Make musical instruments to play along with Sarah Goslee Reed as she performs songs about nature…

  • Children,  Families

    SUMMER FAMILY OPEN HOUSE

    Thursday, June 19th, 5:30- 7pm HAVE FAMILY? DO PICNICS? Plan to join us & see how much fun art can be! IT’S FREE!!! This SUMMER FAMILY OPEN HOUSE is a free opportunity to explore what the Pomerene Center for the Arts has to offer here this summer. It’s a no risk chance to see if you and your children might be interested in doing more with us. Bring a picnic along with your family (or pick up a hotdog on site) and join in the fun. EXPLORE SECRET PLACES on the LAWN with Rachel Hall. Work as a family to MAKE AN INSECT out of found materials with Leah Bashover-Nichols.…

  • 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…