• Dogwood Festival

    Chalk & Roll, Dogwood!

    Because it’s spring and the dogwoods are blooming and art makes life interesting. Sunday, May 1 through Thursday, May 5. POM artPARK The great thing about spring is it’s really enough just that it’s spring.  Very simple pleasures feel new and special—pleasures like riding your bike, drawing with sidewalk chalk, picnicking… For the 37th year the Pomerene Center for the Arts presents Dogwood! a once-a-year downtown salute to spring.   .    Here’s what’s going on. CHALK & ROLL Sunday, May 1, 1-3 pm 1 – 2:30 pm: bicycle decorating, 2:15 pm: parade lineup 2:30 pm: bicycle parade follows the Walhonding Rube Band down Main Street. The Parade will turn around in…

  • Families,  Performances

    Wizard of Oz

    2 shows. 7:30 pm, Wednesdays, June 8 and 15 in the artPARK, 325 Main St. CoshoctonFREE Lions and Tigers and Puppets, oh my! In this classic heart-warming tale, beautifully adapted for marionettes by Martin Stevens and Dan Raynor, children of all ages will watch with bated breath as a Kansas cyclone whisks Dorothy off to Oz where she befriends the Scarecrow, who wants brains, the Tin Woodman, who wants a heart, and the Cowardly Lion, who wants courage.  Together they set off on a journey to find the mysterious Wizard of Oz while evading the delightfully silly Wicked Witch of the West.  World leaders in the puppetry arts for over…

  • Children

    if → then

    in the artPARK Wednesdays, mornings & evenings,  June 1 — July 206 1hr. appointments available each week – limit 15 people per appointment Cost $1 book your appointment below about puppets and wonder  Every summer Coshocton Public Library, Clary Gardens, Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, Roscoe Village and Pomerene Center for the Arts coordinate their fun educational programming. This year’s Summer Library Reading Theme is “Oceans of Possibilities.”  Considering possibilities and oceans, we’re wondering “What if Coshocton was in the ocean?”  “What would it be like to be under so much salt water? Cars would be submarines?”  Families who register to come the first week, June 1, will be invited to create fish puppets…