• Gatherings,  Performances

    Summer Street Dances in the artPARK

    Saturdays in June. Check out our line-up! June 4, 7:00pm Willie Nelson Mandela Classic Rock – Beer Garden with custom Wooly Pig brew to kick off the series. June 11, 7:00pm Yumbambe – Salsa June 18, 7:00pm TBA – Jazz Music starts at 7pm. 6pm, free crash rumba dance course with Tim Cohen. June 25, 5:00pm Chardon Polka Band We’re saying it’s time to come out and dance in the street. Pomerene friend Carol Hampton is working to create more recreational dance opportunities in Coshocton County. She thinks recreational dancing has the power to connect people to other people and to themselves. We like this thought. And her passion. So…

  • Families,  Performances

    Wizard of OZ

    7pm June 15 show has been moved to Coshocton Public Library Large Meeting Room 2 shows. 7:00 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…

  • Performances


    Brooklyn, NY-based composer and sound designer John Atkinson is premiering a new work of electronic music on Saturday, October 2 at 8pm in the POM artPARK, 325 Main Street, Coshocton OH. The piece, WYOMING, is composed of found sounds from coal mines, oil wells, and other auditory artifacts of the Age of Fossil Fuels. It will be paired with a video projection by Coshocton-based artist Peter Wolfgang. Wolfgang’s fluid and organic imagery contrast strongly with Atkinson’s sounds of industry and consumption to hopeful effect. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Peter Wolfgang has partnered with his friend John Atkinson to visualize his musical compositions in…