Tuesday, June 13, 2006

June is busting out all over

The summer is leisurely settling in but things aren’t slowing down too much here. Kelly Lawrence is still offering her art class on Wednesdays from 12-4. Please contact her for more information on that: gryphon3@frognet.net or call 740/594-1158. Our summer program is starting in July. Check the Community Center brochure for information on that.

The Studio for Young Actors will be presenting A Midsummer Night's Dream: June 15- 17 Thursday- Saturday, at 7:30 pm and Saturday- Sunday, June 17-18 at 2:00 pm. There is limited seating and ticket info is on the Studio for Young Actors’ website:
www.studioactors.com. The Sunday, June 18 performance is a special Father's Day Matinee! All Dads get in for $4.00 with any child or youth admission.

June 24th proves to be a musically delicious evening when Sam Chamberlain and Purple Chopstix cater a diner and desert with music provided by—are there enough unpretentious, wonderful and pleasant words to describe—Bruce and Gay Dalzell at 7:00 pm. After that join us for a dance party as you swing to the sounds of LONGFELLOW: (Nick Long-Guitar, Vocals, Matt Harvey-Keys, Vocals, Heather Pinson- Violin, Grant Cambridge- Set, Zach Quillen-Bass, Vocals. Melodically driven by keys, guitar, and violin, Longfellow is known for bringing a unique blend of instrumentation and influence to its personal style of indie pop/rock. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available at Haffas Records and ARTS/West. Please call (740) 592-4315 for more information.

EP might actually only be working her part-time hours while OVST is working on PETER PAN and the semi-regular office hours will lean much more toward the semi so we apologize for any and all delays, late returned phone calls and misplaced emails in advance!