- Debbie Buckley and crew are on it. Aside from the free concerts at the amphitheater and adding new vendors for the farmer's market, the Renaissance and Rec dept. are putting on Shakespeare at Tower Park next month. Here are the deets:
The Fort Thomas Renaissance and Fort Thomas Recreation are proud to bring "A Midsummer Night's Dream" to the Amphitheater at Tower Park on August 16 at 8:00 pm. The production runs 90 minutes. Bring your chairs, blankets, and a picnic to enjoy Shakespeare at the Amphitheater, located at 100 Cochran Avenue, Fort Thomas, KY 41075.
Free Shakespeare! is a professional, not-for-profit theatre company devoted to presenting complimentary performances of the works of William Shakespeare. We strive to make these works accessible to a contemporary society and deepen the understanding of where our language and culture originate. We are committed to projects either penned by Shakespeare or inspired by his work. We will provide educational opportunities for the community at large, young and old.
Perfect example of what Darrin was talking about, as far as public art in Newport - on Monmouth St. Drove by yesterday, and aside from the huge raccoon -which admittedly I don't get- it's awesome.The mural will be officially unveiled today. Here's more on it:
ArtWorks and Art Machine, Inc. are proud to present "Tribute to Newport." The mural was created by a team of 8 young Apprentice Artists, 1 Teaching Artist, and Lead Artist Kyle Penunuri of Florence, KY.
The community event on Friday, July 29 from 4pm-8pm will feature live entertainment and celebrity grillers cooking up hotdogs and sausages. There will also be limited edition t-shirts for sale featuring the mural image and the signature of the Lead Artist. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales will go towards the mural costs. ArtWorks, founded in 1996, hires young artists from the age of 14 to 21 to work as apprentices with professional artists on long-lasting works of public art.
- How bout dem Bengals? Who else gave up their season tickets?