Butler Institute of American Art: David Hockney: Yosemite

The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue in Youngstown presents the exhibit "David Hockney: Yosemite," through Sunday, September 24. During visits to California’s Yosemite Valley in 2010 and 2011, Hockney sought to capture its resplendent landscape. The Butler is open every day but Monday; admission and parking are free. More information about this and other Butler exhibitions and events is available at butler art dot com.


YSU Office of Alumni Engagement: YSU Ladies' Day Out

YSU's first Ladies' Day Out! takes place on on Sunday, July 9, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, during the Summer Festival of the Arts at YSU.  The event will feature champagne, an elegant setting in a sky-lit atrium in the Williamson College of Business Administration, stimulation for your brain, door prizes, and shopping, all on YSU’s beautiful summer campus.  Reservations can be made at "YSU dot EDU slash alumni slash ladies day out."


Trumbull Art Gallery: 60th anniversary Celebration

Trumbull Art Gallery, at 158 North Park Avenue, in Warren, celebrates its 60th birthday with a full day event in downtown Warren on Court House Square, Saturday July 22nd, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm.  [Activities include Pots in the Park, 10 am - 6 pm; Art Hop, noon - 5 pm; Dedication of the Underground Ceramic Studio & Educational Space, 5 pm-7 pm; the opening of a wood fired ceramic exhibition by artist Idris Kabir Syed; and the 53rd Annual Opening Reception, 6 pm-9 pm.]  More information at

The Southside Fine Arts Academy: Summer Art at the Villa

The Southside Fine Arts Academy presents the summer program, “Arts at the Villa,” Saturday, August 5 - Tuesday, August 15, at the Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center, 2067 Evergreen Road, Villa Maria, PA. The camp is forchildren, grades 1 - 6).  Programming will include Creative writing and poetry, Visual Art, Music Workshop, Drum Circle, and Drama.  Registration information at 330-540 8589 or at

The First Unitarian Universal Church of Youngstown: Collectibles and Treasures

The First Unitarian Universal Church of Youngstown, on Elm Street, in Youngstown, is hosting a Collectible and Treasure Sale, Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, 8 am to 3 pm both days. The sale is open to the public and will include collectibles, art, jewelry, tools, and antiques, along with collectible books, CDs, DVDs, and audio books. 

McDonough Museum of Art: INPLACE Exhibition: Changing Views II

The McDonough Museum of Art at YSU presents the INPLACE Exhibition: Changing Views II, through Sunday, July 9th. [This exhibition offers a comprehensive look at YSU’s NEA funded Our Town Grant, INPLACE, an Innovative Plan for Leveraging Arts through Community Engagement.]  Hours at the McDonough Museum of Art are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm.  More information at 330-941-1400 or



Westminster College: Oboe and Bassoon Studio Recital

Westminster College presents an Oboe and Bassoon Studio Recital, on Saturday, May 6, at noon. Admission is free.  More information available from Kim Winfield, at

Trumbull Art Gallery: Craig Matis: Tightrope: Walk the Line

The Trumbull Art Gallery presents the exhibition Craig Matis: Tightrope: Walk the Line, through Saturday June 10, at the Gallery on North Park Avenue, in Warren.  The exhibit is a wall installation that combines visual art with an original song, and pertains to social inclusion and exclusion.   More information at

Girard High School Band/Choir concerts

The Girard City Schools Music Department will be presenting band and choir concerts in the month of May. Both concerts will feature groups from the high school and junior high school, and the choir will also have a special performance by their a capella choir. The band will perform pieces by Sousa, John Williams, and Hector Berlioz. The choir will perform pieces by Roger Emerson, Matisyahu, and Brendon Urie.

Westminster College: Spring Music with Friends Concert

Westminster College presents a concert featuring the Jazz Ensemble, on Sunday, April 30, at 3:00 pm, in the Berlin Lounge. The Jazz Ensemble will be joined by the Westminster College Chamber Singers, under the direction of Dr. Samuel Barbara, and the Conneaut Area Blue Note Jazz Band, under the direction of Mr. Glenn Cameron.  The concert is free and open to all.



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