Performing with multi-instrumentalist Liam Davis, this two-time GRAMMY nominated performer is truly one of the “all-stars” of the indie family music scene. Justin Roberts has performed in front of millions of people on The Today Show, been featured on Nick Jr. TV, and his song “Get Me Some Glasses” was on a World Series broadcast. – Two-time GRAMMY nominee- Eight-time Parents’ Choice GOLD Award Winner- Eight-time National Parenting Publications GOLD Award Winner- #1 Children’s CD of the Year in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 – Fids and Kamily Family Music PollPart of the EnterAct series, for all ages. $10 Adults, $7 Children 12 and under
Galentine’s Day is a day for ladies to celebrate ladies. Gather your gal pals and kick it with us brunch style! Ticket price includes admission, brunch, drinks, and mimosas (for those 21 and older). You will have the option to pick and pay for your pottery piece the day of event. All proceeds will benefit the YWCA Hamilton. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.
Multistyle violinist and champion fiddler Mari Black is rapidly building a reputation as one of the most dynamic young artists of her generation. Her energetic playing, engaging stage presence, and commitment to bringing people together through music have made her a favorite with audiences across the country and around the world.
Equally at home in a wide variety of musical traditions, she creates shows that draw on elements from many different styles including jazz, tango, folk, Western classical, as well as Celtic, American, and Canadian fiddling. Her performances take listeners on a musical journey exploring the diversity and celebrating commonalities in the dance-driven folk musics of the world.
2015 & 2013 U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion
2014 Glenfiddich Scottish Fiddle Champion
2014 & 2012 Canadian Maritime Fiddle Champion
2011 Canadian Novelty Fiddle Champion
1st Prize Winner at the 2010 American Protégé International String Competition
2-time laureate at the American String Teachers’ Association Alternative Styles Awards.
Special Network with the Chamber with Kim Ogle presenting:
“Have You Ever Thought About a Good Death?”
Bring your business cards and/or flyers along with your 60 second spotlight to promote you and your business.
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Top producer of global music, globalFEST, has paired two of today’s most exciting bands, forging inspired new paths for the fabled Latin sound.
The infectious indie mambo band Orkesta Mendoza mixes a multitude of Latin styles like cumbia, merengue and ranchera through a psychedelic mambo and post-punk prism, creating a truly one-of-a-kind sound. Bandleader, keyboardist, guitarist and vocalist Sergio Mendoza leads a powerhouse band fronted by vocalist and dancer Salvador Duran, and framed by guitar, keyboard, percussion, drums and brass.
L as Cafeteras fuses Afro-Mexican, hip hop, folk, and native American styles into a vibrant, socially conscious vibe all their own. They recreate traditional Afro-Caribbean Son Jarocho music in a wildy vibrant style. Their rousing socially conscious messages, in English and Spanglish, tell stories of a community that is looking for love and fighting for justice in the concrete jungle of East LA. The band is accompanied by instruments including jarana and requinto guitars, a donkey jawbone and a tarima, a wooden platform for dancing.
The Cincinnati Ballet performs at the Fitton Center for the very first time with a new production of Carnival of the Animals! With a sumptuous score, this humorous and enchanting production includes the Royal March of the Lion, Kangaroos, and The Swan, all performed by some of the area’s most talented young dancers.
Event Sponsor(s): Fort Hamilton Hospital
Fitton Family Theater
Price: $5.00 member | $7.00 non-member
Visit the Voice of America Museum.
The story of international broadcasting comes alive.
Learn more at http://www.voamuseum.org/
For more than 70 years, an iconic building has dominated the landscape on a plot of land located just north of Cincinnati, in West Chester Township, Ohio. For thousands of area residents, the Art Deco façade has been a landmark. More significant is that for many, living in foreign lands, it remains a source of inspiration. It was from this site that millions of people in thousands of cities and hamlets worldwide first learned about the United States. Our culture, values and dedication to freedom and the democratic process became bright beacons of hope and aspiration as the Voice of America beamed its broadcasts from this rural hill top in Ohio to millions around the world.
The West Chester Farmers Market moves indoors every first and third Saturday in winter, Nov. 18 thru March 17. Enjoy the local harvest and the spirit of community. Locally grown produce, locally made baked goods and other products are available for purchase from a variety of colorful vendors. Rain, sleet, snow, or shine!
After her sold out show in 2015, acclaimed recording artist and performer Mandy Barnett returns to the Fitton Center for a special Valentine’s performance. Mandy brings a celebration of music that includes some of the most romantic classic country and pop standards ever written. Barnett’s silky, pure voice and luscious interpretations make these songs her very own. Mandy imparts a unique appreciation and sophistication to her music, transporting audiences with a night of classic love songs.
Event Sponsor: Judge John (Jack) & Shirley Moser
Price: $25.00 member | $30.00 non-member
West Chester Historical Society Meeting
Join the Historical Society for their monthly meeting. It is the mission of this Society to collect, care for, study, display and preserve all history associated with West Chester (Union) Township.
They will make that history available to the general public, schools, researchers, and historians. In so doing “we will preserve West Chester’s Yesterday for West Chester’s Tomorrow.”