• Dogwood Festival

    DOGWOOD! 2024

    pre-order your lunch How to know when it’s time for DOGWOOD! the once-a-year downtown salute to spring  Because the dogwoods are blooming, and it’s spring and because music makes life interesting and your heart leap, Pomerene Center for the Arts announces DOGWOOD! lunch concerts an annual event (with two years off for Covid) since 1985. Hot off the grill, grilled cheese sandwiches daily. Music schedule is as follows May 7-10 , noon .  Tues May 7, noon – Coshocton High School Jazz Band and Choir Wednesday May 8, noon – River View Jazz Band, Caribbean Drum and Certified Gold Ensembles  Thursday May 9, noon – Ridgewood High School Choirs  Friday…

  • Children,  Families

    Drawing your way through your adventures

    CHILDREN,  FAMILIES May 11, 2023 Thursdays June 6-27 & July 11-25. 10am. — Inspired by Harold and his purple crayon and other young travelers, we’ll draw our way through adventures on paper, boards, walls, & walks with pencils, chalk, clay & paint. (What? You can draw with clay & paint?) Each week a new adventure! Join us Thursday mornings in the artPARK. Make sure to register below Every week you make art with us we’ll stamp your 2024 summer stamp card. Ten stamps fill the card and you’ll win one free pass to the Lake Park Aquatic Center OR one free movie ticket to Shelby Theatres. THANK YOU to Lake Park…

  • Exhibits,  The Community


    September is National Recovery Month. Peter's art — exhibited in the ITM windows 331 Main Street —speaks to the hope of recovery. Bellows' work — in the artPARK next door — speaks of intense struggle. He claimed, “I don’t know anything about boxing. I am just painting two men trying to kill each other.” Life & death/drug vs. human — we think this is a powerful metaphor.