Friday, March 16, 2012

Destination YS

More Weekend Fling Events

Women's Voices Out Loud 100 Dayton St.
An evening of Performances; 3/17, 7p

Antioch College Various locations on campus
Ann Filemyr Poetry Reading; 3/15, 7p; Olive Kettering Library
Harlem Quartet Performance; 3/17, 7:30p; Herndon Gallery

McKinney School Chili Cook-Off YS High, 420 E. Enon
Enjoy a great chili dinner and help pick the winner; 5-6:30p

Chamber Music Yellow Springs 314 Xenia Ave.
Harlem Quartet Performance; 3/18, 7:30p

Tecumseh Land Trust 5531 Far Hills Ave. Dayton
A Premiere for Preservation; Meadowlark Restaurant; 3/19, 6-9p

Arts & Culture

Yellow Springs Banner Festival Xenia, Corry & Dayton St.
See the beautiful banners around town all made by local artists.

Emporium Wines 233 Xenia Ave.
The work of photographer Kevin Miyazaki, through 3/31

Glen Helen Atrium Gallery 405 Corry St.
Russ Shaw's "Birdsong Hill: low relief wood images" through 4/29

Glen House Art 1221 Glen Rd.
The African Sculpture Collection of Glen Owen through 4/11

John Bryan Community Pottery Gallery 100 Dayton St. (rear)
Geno Luketic "New Works"; Sa & Su 12-4p

Spirited Goat Coffee House 118 Dayton St.
The Works of Claire B

Village Artisans 100 Corry St.
Sue Brezine's "March Mindfulness" exhibit through 3/31
Reception Friday, March 16; 6-9p

Winds Cafe 215 Xenia Ave.
Libby Rudolf & Jennifer Berman Watercolors

Women's Voices Out Loud 100 Dayton St.
2nd Floor of the John Bryan Community Center, March 1-31

Nature & Recreation

Glen Helen Nature Preserve 405 Corry St.
St. Patty's Mustard Pull - 3/17, 9a-1p; Glen Helen Bldg Auditorium;
tools, training & pizza provided.

Wildflower ID Hike - Sunday 3/18, 1-3p; Trailside Museum
Name the Snake - Open Sa 9a-3p, Su 9a-1p; Trailside Museum

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