Dogwood Festival

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    Dogwood Youth Arts Celebration 2017

    Since 1985, youth have been at the heart of Dogwood Festival. Overtime, the word ‘festival’ has become somewhat of a misfit. Please welcome Dogwood Youth Arts Celebration in its place. DOGWOOD YOUTH ARTS CELEBRATION SCHEDULE MAY 5-12, 2017 MAY 5, 5-8pm Downtown Coshocton CHALK & ROLL noon — CHALK ART EVENT begins. Professional artists begin their chalk art work in the artPark, 325 Main Street.  Youth, amateur and team artists join in the artmaking throughout the afternoon and evening. Rain strategies include tents and plastic to cover work during periods of rain. Artists—click here to register.  Cash prizes will be awarded by popular vote for favorite Professional Amateur Under 18 Team 5-5:45pm The Octafellas on the artPARK…

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    Dogwood Festival 2016

    DOGWOOD FESTIVAL a celebration of YOUTH ARTS May 1-6, 2016 The heart of Dogwood Festival has always had a youth focus. This year, it’s official. Dogwood Festival has become a community celebration of YOUTH Arts. Sunday, May 1 3pm  @ Presbyterian Church Dr. Ann Marie Rigler is a professor of music and college organist at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.  She is a strong advocate for young organists.       Thursday, May 5 Noon  @ Coshocton High School ROBERT POST performance for 7th & 8th graders. Robert Post—Emmy winning performer, Today Show star, creator of Post Comedy Theatre—discovered the joys of the stage at Ohio State University, where he…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    Linked In

    Opening Party Sunday, May 3, 1-2:30pm runs through June 6 LINKED IN is an exhibit celebrating how our individual and small Coshocton County community life is enhanced by our friends and family who live “outside.” Linda Linham The Villages, Florida Coshocton County native linked in through Joyce Selders, Monica Reed, Christian Reed and Victoria Bebout HOMETOWN COLLECTION artist statement My current work in oils explores the personal meaning of people, places and objects that have impacted my life. I often use family and friends, keepsake treasures and photos of places I have been as subject matter. My primary goal is to create something that tells a story and captures a mood…