Thursday, May 26, 2011

Destination YS

Arts & Culture

"Cavort" - YS Arts Council Gallery
Saturday, May 28; 1-5 p.m.; 309 Xenia Ave.

"Those Who Can, Teach Art"
Mon - Fri: 9:30 a - 4:30 p; Sat & Sun: 10 a - 4 p
Glen Helen Atrium Gallery - 405 Corry St.
Multimedia by Melina Elum & Elisabeth Ventling Simon

Rhythm of Structure: Bowery & Beyond
Herndon Gallery, Antioch College; Tuesday-Sunday 1-4 pm

Memorial Day Concert
Yellow Springs Community Band & Community Chorus
Monday, May 30; 7 p.m.; Mills Lawn School, 200 S. Walnut St.

Nature & Recreation
Glen Helen Nature Preserve
Wild Edible and Useful Plants Hike
Saturday, May 28; 4 - 6 pm; Trailside Museum

Primitive Plant Hike
Sunday, May 29; 2 - 4 pm; Trailside Museum


Peach's Grill
9 am - 2:30 am
Music at 10 pm; $5 cover
Fri. - The Buffalo Killers
Sat. - Chicago Afrobeat Project

Little Art Theatre
Of Gods And Men
Arctic Son
Saturday, May 28, 3 pm

Food & Farm

Brandeberry Winery
5118 W. Jackson Rd.
Open Th, Fr, Sa at 12pm
Wine for tasting & purchase.

Current Cuisine
237 Xenia Ave.
Mon-Sat 9a-7p; Sun 10a-6p
Open Memorial Day
A Taste of Americana
Friday & Saturday

YS Farmer's Markets
Kings Yard & Corner Cone
Saturdays, 7am - 12pm
Both on Walnut St.

1 comment:

Mek Logan said...

In addition to all this good stuff, there is also the usual wine tasting at The Emporium -- this week's live music is Duke Dewey & Friends; not only is Duke one of the finest drummers in the area, his "Friends" are of that same caliber, including Columbus guitarist extraordinare Jim Volk (one of my personal favorites -- incredible talent, clever and funny . . . not to be missed!)

By the way, The Emporium is one of the few local websites to host an actual iCal-formatted calendar, so it's easy to add their events listing to whatever your favorite calendaring tool might be (Google Calendar, Apple's iCalendar app, etc.)