Page 7 - Shout Out - August 29, 2019
P. 7



CALENDAR 


Literary 
HI Nday, $6 adults, $5 senior citi- WWBB“Kim Gordo: Lo-Fi Glamour,” 
Federl St., Youngstown: “On zensnd $4students and chil- AAAAHHowland: “KimNovak: An nthrough Sunday. Hours are 10

Local athe Banks of the Mahoning:  a dren ages 7 to 18. 330-672- ing Ave.NW, Warren: River  Icnic Vision,” through Oct. 6. a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday 
How e River Shapedthe Val- 3450.  Rock t the Amp — Who’s Bad oHours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m through Sunday with extended
th ley,”thrughSet. 15. Hours a(Mihael Jackson tribute)and .Wednesday through Sunday. hours until 10 p.m.on Friday. 
SSAP P  AL LLLE E RYY RRRROO
o pare noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday AAAc Bck Traxx, 5 o11 p.m. Satur- 330-609-9900.  $20 for aults and $10 stu- 
in St., Youngstown: Lit through Sunday, $7 adults,$6 and Roll Blvd., Cleveland: Cur- at day, $10 dults and free for ddents and children. 412-237- 
oougstowReading Series — children ages 12 and younger. JJ8300. 
 seniorcitizens and college stu- rent exhibits — “art of the aTT
nn lint Elstonand Brandon Noel,  dents and $5 children. 330-  PMachine: Rock & Pinball,” YYYoungown:“Pwer of the CC
 ollowed by open mic hosted by 
lizabth Burntte, 7 p.m. 743-2589. through Wednesday;“Stay VVst oPotst: The Movement to 1001 Market Ave.North, Can-
YONOW   Tuned: Rock n TV,” through 7 p.. Wednsay Harrison reFre Soviet Jews,” through  ton: Hor re10 a.m. to 8 
eeednesday, free. oSept. 9; “Wodstock at 50” medCommons Field (rain location is usa p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
TCN OF NNeSept. 29, Thmass Family 
LLOoand “Class of 2019 Exhibit,” Bliss Hall’s FordhoeEndowment of th Yougstown Thursdy, 10 a.m. and 8p.m. 
Museums Youngstown: Hours ar 9:30 both through December.  Hors  330-941-2307. Jewish Area Federation Art a Friday and Saturday and 1 to 5
en
ea.m. to 5 p.m. Wedesday uare 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Su- Gallery. 330-746-3250. p.m. Sundy. $6 adults, $4 
nthrough aturday and noon to nday, Monday and Tuesay and astuentsand senior citizes, 
Local d10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednes Regional MMMMMMd nand fre for children 12 and 
S5 p.m. Suday, $7 adults and AAA
n$3 students. 330-941-1314. day,Thursday, Friday andSaturday, eyounger. 330-453-7666. 
ARMS  FA AM MII L Y MUSEM $26 for adults, $24 foYongsown: “Dana Oldfather: 
AAAAAAAAutOut of the Woods nto the CC
Wick Ave., Youngstown: “The rencitizens, $16 for children ages 2928 W. 13th St., Ashtabula: iWeed,”“Excavations: The 4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh:
Art of Your Pet: Portraits by Bill Regional 6 to12 and free for children 5 “Song Slon:An Evenngof “Monet and the Modern City,”
Dotson,” throgh Nov. 10; “Tod  and younger. 216-781-ROCK. s Prints of Juli Mhretu” and 
a i Classical Art Song” wth Nora ee“WhitneyTressel:America throughMonday; “Access + 
uFamily Treasures: 19th Century CCNG MMNiPert, piano, and Marie Engle,  Ability,” through Oct.6; “Influ- 
eirlooms,” through 2020. Music   Still,” all through Oct.26. 
Hours are noon to 4p.m. Tues- UU Izmezzo-soprano, 7:30 p.m.  Hours re 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  encrs: ThePritzkerArhitec- 
HAve.,Pittsburgh: Hoursare 10 Tuesdy, $15 in advance and aTuesday through Saturday. e  cture Prize,” through Oct. 20. 
 day through Sunyand noon a.m.to 5 p.m. Sunday, Mon- $17 at thedoor. ashtabulaarts- Hours re 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
da to 7 p.m. Thursday, $7adults,   Local a330-941-1400. 
 day, Wednesay, Friday and  center.org or 440-964-3396. aMonday, Tuesdy,Wednesday 
 $6 sior citizens an college dSaturday and 10 a.m. to 8 MMMMaand Friy, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
endstudents and $5 children. 330- BBHHH123 McKinley Ave., Thursday and Satr and 
743-2589. p.m. Thursday,$19.95 adults, wood Acres, Pitsburgh: Youngstown:“Bill Aubuchon: da
 4enior citizes; IINtAllegheny County Music Festi- udaynoon to5 p.m.Sunday; 
CARE NCC R..T M$1.95 sn$11.95 students and children Youngstown: Music at Non —  Through the Lns,” through   $19.95 adult and $14.95 
val with Uprooted, Jim Donovan eOct. 13, Weller Gallery. 330- 
ERA MUS SEEMMages 3 to 18. 412-622-3131. oCaroline Oltmanns, pino, & Sun King Warriors and Jenn senior citizens, an $11.95 
oungstown Stae Uiversity: a12:15 p.m. Wednesday, free. 740-7116. sdstudents and children ages 3 
pen by appointment by calling CCNDOGWertz, 5p.m. Sunday, $20 per to 18. 412-688-8690. 
tnDDNCC carload. 412-767-9200. SSS
30-941-3612. are 10 .m. to 5p.m. Tues Market Street and North Park Champion St., Youngstown: EEEEEE
RRRR“Where Sidewalks End,” 
ERIE HAALLAV VI ITa day,Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Avenue, Warren: Damian AAAKKent: “Tim Stover: Linear Inte-
USM10 a.m. to 9p.m. Wedesday Knapp, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdy throughgraion,” Wednesday through 
andRoll Blvd., Cleveland: Jul  0723. tOct. 4, KSU Downtown Gallery;
E, Howland: Hours are10  nand noon to 5 p.m.Sunay, aduring Big Green, 4
 .m. to 1 p.m. Satury   d$12 adults and $8 children  free.  urday, free. TTTT“merging Glss —A Juried 
daandoon to 3 p.m. Sunay and by ages 3 to 12. 216-721-1600. 158-162 N. Park Ave., Warren: Ea Exhibition Featuring Emerging 
NNNNSS
dppointment, $ adults, $2 for CCNDM  PPHours re non to 4 p.m. Glass Artiss,” Wednesday 
5hildren ages 5 to 10 and free IATEEAAaoTuesday throughtthrough Oct.4, PaytoGallery; 
SNN HRoRoad, Nelon: Summerdance Park, Pa.: BBGuns, Abstrract   “Knt StateGlass @ 50,” 
or children ages 4 and Oval Drive:Museum hoursswith Lotus, Start Making Theory and Back Ally Sound,  330-395-4876. 
ounger. 330-219-6143.   10 a.m.to 5 p.m.Monday e Wednesday through Oct. 4, 
Sens, Moon Hooch, Luke the e7:0 p.m. Friday, free. 412- CVA Gallery. 330-672-2260. 
CK K NL LE EYY BI ITHPL LA ACE  through Saturday, 10.m. t eKnife, Cut Chemist, Paris3835-4810. Regional 
M  ao10 p.m. Wedesday, and noon  ster, Wax Futur, Patrick 
to 5p.m.Snday, $17 adults Auditions 
Call 330-652-1704, Ext. 7217, neRchards, Mike Greenfield and Art 
to schedule tours.   uand $14 students,senior citi- iKitana, Friday through Monday, AAAA
 zens and children. 216-231- High St., Akron: “Mernet 
NONNLR$160 forweekend, $100 for Local 
USMM4600.  aturday aLocal Larsn:Te Ordinary, Reori- 
KN IIISrvals Sundayarrivals with childee hented,”through Sept. 8; 
ve. NW, Warren: Museum  “Dread & Delight: Fairy Tales 
ours are noon to 5 p.m. Tues- EUMMM rags 4 t 14 admitedfor $15 
Main and South Lincol eot per day or $25 for theBBin an Anxious World,” through AAve., Warren: Ghost Walk, 1 to
ay through Saturday and1 to MMSpt. 22; “Joe Vitone: Family 3 p.m. Saturday. Performers 
  p.m. Sunday, $8 dults and nstrets, Kent: “Fashion Meets  end. 440-548-2716. 
ethe Body: Juried KSU Faculty AAve., Youngstown: “Mark Per- eRecords,”through Oct. 27. needed for October history 
a5 seniorcitizens and children Exhibition,” through Sunday; SSrot: Ancient Ink,” through Sun-  Hours re 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. tour. 330-718-3759. 
 ges 7 to 12. 330-394-1899. 1000 Fifth Ave., Youngstown: day;“William McGrgoraTuesday, Wenesday,Friday, 
“Ohio Quilts,” throgh April 12, Stambaugh Chors open HHHH
TL LFF MMM,u2020; “Wearing Justice: Per-  e on: Paxton’sWomen,” d Saturday and Sunday nd 1MahoningAve.,Youngstow: 
floor Warren-Trumbull Couty uhuse, 6p.m. Tuesday fol- t trough Nov. 10. Museum a1.m. to9 p.m. Thurday,$
Public Library, 444 ahoning spectives fromKSU Fashion o lowed by rehearsal at 7 p.m. hour re 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. adults, $8 studnts and senior   n“Evita,” 6 p.m.Tuesday and 
n Schol Faculty and Students,” ha s  Sept. 5. La
MAve. NW, Warren: Museum othough May31, 2020. Hours UUsaTuesdaythrough Saturday and ecitizes, and fre for childre rs neanddancers needed including 
hours are 1 to 4 p.m. Wednes- St., Howlad: 11th UAC Benefit  noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. 330- nen17 an younger, and free on 
r ar 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday,  two femaleleadsges 16 to 
day through Saturday.30- eWednesdy, Friday andSatur nConcert, noon to midnight Sun- 743-1107. dThursdays. 330-376-9185.   a25 and 25 to 40and three 
 399-8807, Ext. 121. ,day, $10 with proceeds benefit- BBAAAA
a - male leads ages 25 to 65. 
dayaday and noon to 4 p.m. Sun- ing Howland Paw Pantry. AAAAAA117 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh: 330-533-8789.
   4   5   6   7   8