Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Friday, September 12, 2008

Radio Play by Kay Reimers

The End of Emerald Street
A radio play on WYSO concerning the Great Dayton Flood of 1913. The play tells the story of the destruction of an average neighborhood in only a few days and is suitable for family listening.
All Yellow Springs production; playwright is Kay Reimers, cast includes Carolion, Tony Dallas, Dan Davis, Howard Shook, Charlotte Walkey, Miriam Eckenrode, Doug Hinckey and Mary Kay Clark among other YS talents.
Broadcast is Sept. 25 9:00-11:00 also a encore presentation at the library October 2nd, 6:00 to 8:00


Monday, September 8, 2008

Fall Ceramics Classes

Community Mural outside John Bryan Community Pottery

John Bryan Community Pottery Fall 2008 Ceramics Classes
Please visit the Arts Council Page for a schedule of the Classes

registration can be done at
jbcp.ys@gmail.com

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Budget Travel Lists Yellow Springs Top Ten Town


Budget Travel did a super article listing our village as one of 10 coolest Small Towns.

Where else has an art gallery in the public restroom (ChamberPot Gallery) or a street full of Knit Graffiti, or lets artists cover a tree with Knitting (Knit Knot Tree).
Both the Chamberpot Gallery and the Knit Knot Tree drew National and International attention.
There is the Little Art Theatre -one of America's cinematic art treasures, Bluesfest, 2 major street fairs, street performers, live music, street art, mural alley, belly dancers, fire dancers, art and fine dining, free art fridays, art stroll, beautiful benches, landscape art, art on the lawn, nationally recognized authors, famous Antioch Alumni , two beautiful state parks (glen helen and John Bryan State Park) , a beautiful bike trail, and so much more.

If you would like to see what there is to do in Yellow Springs please visit
the Chamber of Commerce website for a full listing.
There is always something to do , always something a little impromptu going on or a little something out of the ordinary to see.



Saturday, September 6, 2008

Yellow Springs Sculptor in the News


"
Ohioan finds his niche with outdoor sculptures"

Jon Hudson whose "towering sculpture called Wind Dragon" can be seen "at Olympic Park in Beijing" article by James Hannah

To see his work and explore the sculpture world interactive map
visit his website Hudson Sculpture