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The Sebring Mansion Inn & Spa welcomes Bill Stanton, expert in the field of Safety and Security, as seen on Dr. Oz, Rachel Ray, and Fox News. Bill will give an interactive safety and security presentation on Friday, November 8 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. First 30 reservations will receive Bill's book, Prepared not Scared! Call 330-938-0423 for […]Find out more »
Get ready for the comedy ride of your life as world-class performer and master Christian ventriloquist Ryan Bomgardner presents his hilarious life-like talking “friends” Jeffrey, Harold & Irene, Ardy the Skunk and Tiffany. Fine family entertainment for all ages! Held at the Dutch Village Event Center inside the Best Western Plus Dutch Haus Inn & Suites […]Find out more »
The Youngstown Playhouse presents the drama The Drawer Boy. A young actor from a Toronto theatre group visits the rural Ontario home of two elderly bachelor farmers to "research" farm life for a new play. In doing so, he demonstrates the way in which a collective creation appropriated the lives of its subjects and changed […]Find out more »
The Rhythm Method String Quartet, an all-female quartet, strives to reimagine the string quartet in a contemporary, feminist context. The four performer-composers of The Rhythm Method continually expand their sonic and expressive palette through the use of graphic notation, vocalization, improvisation, and performance. Their recent programming has included numerous premieres by their own members, as […]Find out more »
Through the discovery of exoplanets — the hundreds of planets that have been found orbiting stars beyond the Sun — we have learned that our solar system is not alone in the universe and we have had to redefine our understanding of planets and solar systems. With new achievements like the Kepler Telescope and rapidly […]Find out more »