• Gatherings,  Performances

    Introducing the 2023 PomARTs Jazz Ensemble!

    Sunday Summer Jazz Sessions June 25 – August 13. 4-6p artPARK.  Our imagination of late-weekend summer hours just before admitting you need to think about the upcoming week Take a Sunday stroll down Main Street window shopping along the way — on the 300 block alone there’s Rust Decor Coshocton Antique Mall Mercantile on Main Bexley Anns Boutique and a photo exhibition of AEP Conesville in the ITM windows and banners in the artPARK — not to mention the beautiful flowers all around thanks to Coshocton in Bloom Around 4:30- 5p (after the band has warmed up, though you’re welcome to come earlier), ease your way into the artPARK —…

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    Summer is for dancing in the street

    Last summer we said – it’s time to come out (post covid) and dance in the street. Our street dances were such a success we’re saying “Let’s do it again.” FAQs Some tongue-in-cheek. Some not.  QUESTION: What’s the line-up? ANSWER: below Columbus based Flogo Shaggins “pays tribute to the great funk artists of the 60s and 70s, other artists who they doth funkify, and performs original funk/rock/psychedelic music.” Flogo > about > We do that Thang The Lake Park Big Band is a traditional 17-piece big band performing since 1998. It takes its name from the iconic Lake Park Pavilion built in 1923, which was part of the historic tradition of…

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    8p | Friday May 5 & Saturday 6, 2023 artPARK 300 Block Main Street, Coshocton Ohio 7:30p | reception & exhibition prior to the performance FREE — bring a chair and settle in Three years ago — COVID-19. The world was shutting down. AEP Conesville Coal-fired Power Plant stopped producing electricity a month ahead of schedule. There were no formal goodbyes or parting celebrations. Three years ago — a team of OSU researchers led by Dr. Jeffrey Jacquet began studying three communities affected by coal-fired power plant retirements. Coshocton County was one of the three. Repeatedly, as they listened to people impacted by the closure of AEP Conesville, they heard…