Thursday, January 31, 2008

Concert in the Geauga Parks

Geauga Park District Foundation

An Evening with Bill Staines
Thursday, February 7, 7 PM
The West Woods Nature Center
9465 Kinsman Road (Rt. 87), Newbury/Russell Twps.

Don’t miss renowned folk singer Bill Staines! Bill weaves a magical blend of wit and humor into his songs which range from traditional folk tunes to country ballads. His many appearances include A Prairie Home Companion, Mountain Stage, and The Good Evening Show. Bill has driven over 65,000 miles a year for forty years in order to bring his rich, mellow acoustic music to people across the land.

Local singer/guitarist and recording artist Steve Madewell opens the evening with his original music deeply inspired by nature.

Seating is limited! Donations taken at the door.

For more information on this great concert, call (440) 286–9516 or 800–536–4006 (toll free Geauga),
or visit Geauga Park District on the web at

Monday, January 07, 2008

Right Brain Meets Left Brain, Jan. 9th 4—6pm

Creativity and practicality will collide at "The Intersection of Art and Technology," a panel discussion designed by COSE and the Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology to help you actualize your vision, enhance your process, and deepen your audiences' experience.

The panel will be moderated by David Moss, partner and co-founder of Boondock Walker, featuring Don Marinellie, the director of Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center; Bill Scheele, owner of Kokoon Arts/WGS Productions; and Lisa Lock, dancer/choreographer.

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 9
Time: 4—6 p.m.
Place: The Idea Center at Playhouse Square’s Westfield Insurance Theater
Price: $5 members, $15 non-members

Limited space available. Reserve your spot HERE.

Saturday, January 05, 2008

Roots Acoustic Pickin’ Circle, Sunday January 6th, 2PM

Thanks to everybody who came out to this months’ Pickin’ Circle! We had about 19 or 20 people. A new record! The next circle will be January 6th, 2008 at 2:00pm. This will begin the 3rd year of the Pickin” Circle!


Roots of American Music
3475 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland Hts., OH 44118

Here is a brief explanation of what they do: Roots of American Music is dedicated to ensuring that today's young people and our communities remain connected to the history and spirit of our country. Through preservation, performance and education through traditional music, we respect our nation's diverse heritage by building bridges of understanding between different generations, races and ethnic groups.