Friday, May 4, 2012

Arts & Culture

Antioch College Herndon Gallery
"The Orphanage Project 2012" Zachary Cahill; through 5/18, 1-4p

Glen Helen Atrium Gallery 405 Corry St.
"The Light on America's Great Lands" Ronald Levi; 5/2-6/27 Meet the Artist Reception 5/6 2-4p

John Bryan Community Pottery Gallery 100 Dayton St. (rear)
"The Leading Edge: Ceramic Educators in the Miami Valley"; Sa & Su 12-4p

Village Artisans 100 Corry St.
"Spring Has Sprung" through 5/31. Reception 5/18, 6-9p.

Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery 111 Corry St.
"Yellow Springs Photographic Survey" Nancy Koehler; 5/5 & 5/12, 1-4p

Nature & Recreation

Glen Helen Nature Preserve
405 Corry St.
Great Stuff Garage Sale - 5/5, 9a-4p;
Corry St. Lot
Make it Count for the Birds - 5/5, 12a-12a;
a 24 hour birdwatching marathon and fundraiser with activities all day.
Reptile Feeding - 5/5, 11a-12p;
Trailside Museum
South Glen Restoration Project - 5/5, 10a-1p;
RSVP 937.769.1902 x103
Antioch Farm Volunteer Session - 5/5, 3-5p
Wildflower Hike - 5/6, 1-3p,
Trailside Museum Full Moon Hike - 5/6, 8p;
Corry St. Lot

Future Fun

Piffstock - May 12, 12-4:30p
 A concert featuring Wheels, Blue Moon Soup, Sport Fishing USA and Speaking Suns.
Front lawn of the Bryan Center.
A fundraiser for YS Kids Playhouse; $3 donation requested.

3rd Weekend Fling - May 18, 6-11p
A night of shopping, dining, gallery hopping and the Cyclops Pre-party featuring a night of old school hip hop in King's Yard and Soul Fire Tribe.


Peach's Grill
104 Xenia Ave. 767.4850
Food, Drink & Fun
Open Daily, 11:30-2:30a
Music Starts at 10 ($5 Cover)
Friday & Saturday - Michael Kelsey


Emporium Wines
233 Xenia Ave.
Wine Tasting/Live Music Every Friday at 6:30p
George Bieri & the Root Cellar Boys


Little Art Theatre
247 Xenia Ave.
"Jiro Dreams of Sushi" A Japenese documentary.

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