Children’s Corner:
The Magic of Drew Murray

Knights of Columbus Hall
10:30-11:30am • FREE EVENT

“Highly recommended” says the Ohio State University, where he has frequently performed. Interactive comedy and magic by an authentic Buckeye, who has been performing since childhood. Music and illusions round out the show.


 

Festival String Quartet

Salvation Army Adult Center
10:30am • FREE EVENT


 

Major Arts for Minors: Origami

Decorative Arts Center
10:00am-11:30am • FREE EVENT
(Registration Required - 740-687-4808)

 


 

Festival Brass Quintet

The Bandstand
12:15pm • FREE EVENT


 

Fairfield County District Library presents:
STUMP THE LIBRARIAN

1:30pm • The Bandstand • FREE EVENT


 

Festival String Quartet

Olivedale Park Senior Center
1:00pm • FREE EVENT


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Matinee at the Mall: The Nostalgics

River Valley Mall
1:30pm • FREE EVENT

Take a trip to the past with this lively swing band. The spirit of the Dorseys, Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller lives on and will echo through the mall and your memory.  The Nostalgics will put you “In the Mood.”

 

Children’s Corner: The Magic of Drew Murray

Fairfield County District Library - Amanda branch
10:30-11:30am • FREE EVENT

“Highly recommended” says the Ohio State University, where he has frequently performed. Interactive comedy and magic by an authentic Buckeye, who has been performing since childhood. Music and illusions round out the show.

 

 

Happy Hour: Scott Minar Trio

Shaw’s Inn
5:00-7:00pm • FREE EVENT

The Happy Hour series continues at Shaw’s with this talented foursome who play an eclectic blend of Americana, folk and jazz standards, along with 70s tunes and originals. Guitarist/vocalist Scott Minar is joined by bassist Patrick Drumm, drummer/percussionist Franco Guerriero and a surprise guest at every performance.


Chamber Music Classics: The Veronika String Quartet “plus Four”

First United Methodist Church 8:00pm • GET TICKETS NOW!

One of the greatest chamber music classics ever composed, Mendelssohn’s glorious Octet, combines the Lancaster Festival’s two sterling string quartets.  The Veronika String Quartet, winner of competitions in Australia, Russia and the United States, continues to endear itself to audiences in Ohio and Colorado, where it broadcasts for Colorado Public Radio and performs adventurous concert series in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. 

The Festival String Quartet opens the program with Mendelssohn’s touching “Capriccio”.  Composed late in life, the work’s introspective themes and richly woven fugue prove the perfect counterpart to the daring and dynamic octet of his youth that concludes the evening’s program.