Thursday, November 15, 2018

CANCELLED--Square Dance Social 11/15
Tonight's Square Dance Social is being cancelled due to flooding off of Rt. 550. Look for updates on a December Square Dance soon to come! 
Personal Safety and Prevention Workshops
INSTRUCTOR: Cheryl Cesta of Dakini Bando
3rd Mondays - Nov 19th and Dec. 17th, 6-7:15pm

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Drum & Music
Thank You Jam

Friday, Nov 16, 8-11pm

3rd Friday Drum & Music Jam
November is the time of year when we give thanks.
 With a "Thank You" theme for November, it's another night of drumming and dancing. Open to all levels and ages. The circle is not limited to drums, any and all acoustic instruments welcome.

Friday, November 16, 8-11pm

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Suggested donation of $5-$10 would be appreciated to help support the space

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Many Moons Presents
Travelers' Treasures

Saturday, Nov 17, 10am-6pm & Sunday, Nov 18, 1-6pm

Many Moons is back!

Presenting Travelers' Treasures, a sale of jewelry, textiles, tibetan sacred objects and gift items collected during journeys to Nepal, India, Thailand and Bali by 2 travelers, Eric & Saffron.

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Musical Lending Library
Kids' Jam Sessions!

Tuesdays, Nov 13 - Dec 4, 5-7pm

Admission is Free

Bring your kids to the Musical Lending Library and events coordinator Tessa Evanosky will get them playing simple songs and beats on selected instruments for ages 3 & up! Adult supervision is required for children to participate and we'll be sure to have something for the parents to play also!

Please note: Non-member library visitors are welcome - membership is just required to take an instrument home

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Monday, November 12, 2018

Square Dance Social
Thursday, November 15, 7-10pm

Caller Joe Burdock, & musicians Matt McElroy & Friends
will bring us an evening of lively old time music

No Experience or Partner Neeeded!
Bring friends, a good attitude, & an adult beverage of your choice (with valid 21+ ID)

Featuring: A Cake Walk. Desserts provided by Twisted Sister Novelty Baked Goods

$6 Suggested Donation

Dancing begins @7pm and wraps up around 10

Friday, November 09, 2018

Moon Tunnel Literary Reading Series
Friday, Nov 9, 7pm

Last installment of Moon Tunnel for the semester! 

This final reading of the Fall semester will feature fabulous works from
 Alicia Fuhrman, Laura Post, and Kay Keegan 

The reading begins at 7 p.m.
Please, feel free to arrive a little early to mingle with the rest of the lovely English department crowd
Bring your own beer or wine (I.D. required) ~ Snacks will be provided 

Free Admission
Moon Tunnel is a reading series featuring the work of Creative Writers from Ohio University's graduate programs. The series will be held on five Friday evenings throughout the 2018-19 Academic year at 7:00pm in the basement room of Arts West. Moon Tunnel is sponsored by the OU English Department.

November Family Dance 

Sunday, Nov 11, 3-5pm

Family Contra Dancing!
Bring the whole family for an afternoon of dancing and music
Stump Juice will play hot tunes to get kids and adults dancing together 
No experience needed. All dances will be taught. Drop in any time

Admission by donation
Suggested donation $3/dancer

More information at or 740-590-4102 

Or visit Facebook Event

Thursday, November 08, 2018

Front & Center

Saturday, Nov 10, 12-1pm

a FREE musical performance & children’s open stage
 for solo & ensemble music acts

Special guests:

Ohio University Piano Majors: Laura Silva & Elizabeth Jackson 
Featuring a presentation of the music of Claude Debussy.

For more information about this event contact Trisha Lachman: 

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Herbal Relief in Cold & Flu Season

Thursday, Nov 8, 6-8pm

with Caty Crabb, Clinical Herbalist,

Appalachian Ohio School of Herbal Medicine  

Get prepared for winter with knowledge of herbs that fight viruses,
combat coughs, and support your sinuses! 

Thursday, NOVEMBER 8th 

132 W.State St, at ARTS/West
$20- $30 sliding scale (cash or check) 

Herbs can be very useful in preventing illness, as well as dealing with it once you have one. In this class we will talk about which herbs help and when
and how to use them effectively

We'll also be talking about both common and less well known herbs as well as clearing up some misconceptions about popular plants.

Sign up at:, by calling 740-274-9494, or stop by the Wildfire Herbs booth at Athens Farmers Market on Saturdays 9am-noon. 

You can find us on Facebook or Instagram at @appalachianohio.herbschool

*Coming up December 13th:
Adaptogens--Herbs for Resilience!*