Picnics, concerts and art fun planned for Park Space

| July 3, 2014

COSHOCTON – What better way to spend a summer evening than by making art with your family and friends? The Pomerene Center for the Arts will host family picnics, concerts and art from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursdays in July at The Park Space at 325 Main St.

Bring your family and a picnic dinner and the Pomerene Center will provide the art materials. It’s all free.

The list of fun events planned includes:

July 10 – Make your own Kazoo, Shekere or Guiro and music by Sarah Goslee Reed: Make musical instruments to play along with Sarah Goslee Reed as she performs songs about nature

July 17 – Recycled Mosaics and music – fiddlin’ Matt Opachick & Trevor Edge: Create your own yard mosaic with recycled bottle caps (remember the bottle cap fish on the way to Wal-Mart six years ago?) Use electric screwdrivers to attach bottle caps to plywood to create something new. Bring your own cordless screwdriver if you have one.

July 24 – Stencil Graffiti and music –TBA: Channel your inner street artist and create your own graffiti. Cut stencils and print graffiti on the back walls of the Park Space

July 31 – Superhero Day and music –TBA: Become a superhero for the day. Decorate your own superhero cape and make a mask to hide your secret identity. Be sure to bring a camera to take some “super” family photos.

Pre-registration is appreciated by calling 622-0326 or e-mailing [email protected].

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