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Welcome to the YSU Summer Festival of the Arts!

Celebrating Art, Culture and Jazz in our Community It is a pleasure to welcome ever yone to the campus of Youngstown State University for our 21st annual Summer Festival of the Arts. Over the course of two days, thousands of visitors of all ages from throughout the region will converge on campus to participate in an array of activities, including dozens of music and dance performances featuring our own YSU students and alumni. There truly is something for everyone - from the wonderful paintings, woodworking, jewelry and other original artwork by more than 80 talented artists on the core of campus to shows at the Ward Beecher Planetarium, activities showcasing many YSU departments and a variety of ethnic foods at the Festival of Nations. And it doesn’t end there. We

encourage you to check out other happenings near campus, including the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Summerfest on Walnut Street, Youngstown Wine & Jazz featuring Grammy Award winning musician Norman Brown, and the fourth annual Gospel Festival welcoming James Fortune. Both concerts will be held at the beautiful new Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre. Thanks goes out to our great Summer Festival of the Arts team in the Cliffe College of Creative Arts and Communication, who work hard every year to preserve this event as an anchor for one of the greatest weekends of t he su mmer. We also thank the City of Youngstown, the Mahoning County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Eric Ryan

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Free parking is available in the Wick Avenue M30 and M60 Fifth Avenue decks. Surface lots along Fifth Avenue, Lincoln Avenue and Wick Avenue are also open. Please be advised that construction continues on Fifth Avenue near YSU, but the street remains open.

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Productions for continuing to support the Summer Festival Weekend of Events. It is yet another example of how, through collaboration, we can do great things at the university, in the city and across the region. Once aga i n, welcome to campus, explore, have fun and make memories.

Make It a Weekend of Fun 14, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Take out lunch service is available on Thursday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Admission is free. For the ninth year, a Jazz concert will occur in Downtown Youngstown at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre, 201 S. Phelps Street as part of the weekend. Youngstown Wine and Jazz will be Saturday, July 13 featuring Grammy award winning Jazz guitarist Norman Brown. Several wineries and breweries have committed to the event, and will be adjacent to the stage. Tickets are $10 and $25 and available at the Covelli Centre Box Office, at w w w.ticketmaster.com or at the gate, which opens at 6:00 p.m.

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Some of the best entertainment, ethnic, cultura l and arts events in the Valley will occur this upcoming weekend in addition to the YSU Summer Festival of the Arts as the City of Youngstown, Mahoning County Convention & Visitors Bureau, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, JAC Live and Youngstown State University work together to produce a weekend of events. St. Nicholas Greek Summerfest kicks off the weekend July 11-14 and includes live music and dancing, Greek food and pastries, and a display of cultural memorabilia. Hours are: Thursday, July 11, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, July 12 and 13, 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.; and Sunday, July

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A Gospel Festival, featuring James Fortune, Disciples of Praise and the Warren City Wide Youth Choir is scheduled for Sunday, July 14 at 6:00 p.m. at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre. Tickets are $10.00 and available at the Covelli Centre Box Office, at w w w.ticketmaster.com or at the gate, which opens at 5:00 p.m. The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre allows personal lawn chairs with a seat no higher than 16” off the ground and with a back no higher than 36 inches total height. Only traditional collapsible lawn chairs will be permitted. No plastic, wooden, folding chairs or any other style of chair will be permitted.

Information The Summer Festival of the Arts Main Information Booth is located in the middle of the Festival near Kilcawley Center’s Fountain. Schedules of events and other pertinent information are located there. Consider bringing this insert with you to save paper!

Related Activities St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Summerfest | July 11-14 Admission is free and parking is available in the Choffin Career and Technical Center lot.

Youngstown Wine and Jazz | July 13 New this year, the concert is located at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre 201 South Phelps Street, Youngstown, OH 44503. Parking is available in many locations Downtown. Tickets for Youngstown Wine and Jazz, at The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre may be purchased in person at the Southwoods Health Box Office at the Covelli Centre, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; online at Ticketmaster.com or that evening at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre Box Office. Gates open at 6:00 p.m.

Gospel Festival | July 14 Tickets for the Gospel Festival may be purchased in person at the Southwoods Health Box Office at the Covelli Centre, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; online at Ticketmaster.com or that evening at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre Box Office. Gates open at 5:00 p.m.


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Alumni Society Offers Ladies Day Out For Fabulous Female Alumni and Friends For the third year, the Office of Alumni Engagement is continuing Ladies Day Out! Timed to coincide with the Summer Festival of the Arts, the event is scheduled for Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in the Williamson College of Business Administration’s atrium. Begin your Sunday with an elegant champagne brunch; a presentation given by Leah Merritt, President & CEO of

the YWCA Mahoning Valley; door prizes; and tours of Williamson Hall. Then move on to an afternoon of shopping at the Summer Festival of the Arts. Tickets are $20 for YSU Alumnae and $25 for YSU friends. Reservations are required and may be made by contacting Catherine Cala in Alumni Engagement at 330941-2752 or cacala@ysu.edu.

You say Pierogi and We Say How Many!

Festival of Nations is Window on the World We live in a culturally and ethnically rich community where it is still very common for families to engage in long standing traditions like planting a garden, canning vegetables, participating in various customs for milestones such as baptisms, birthdays, First Communions, holidays and weddings. We may not like to admit it, but we have all been disappointed at out-of-town weddings that didn’t include a cookie table! Who among us can forget those treasured childhood memories, especially revived with our own children or grandchildren? The Festival of Nations at the Summer Festival of the Arts offers wonderful ev idence of those traditions and

of the memories most of us have, whether we are Polish, Italian, Latino, Greek, Asian or any one of the many “peoples of the Mahoning Valley!” Because we have more than just have pierogis, don’t miss the mouth-watering Greek, Polish and Carpatho-Rusyn food as well as specialties from Cultivate: a co-op café, Café India, Just Pizzelles, Handel’s Ice Cream, Krakus Deli & Bakery, Dough House Cookies, Mr. King’s Nuts, Seviers and Linda’s Bee Farm. Check out the displays from the Ukraine, Hungary and OCCHA as well as from Melnick Medical Museum, the Metro Monthly and Akron Henna Art. Joi n i n t he f u n of what makes us Youngstown proud!

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Community, Civic and Arts Groups Play Large Role in Summer Festival of the Arts Wander around the community group tent area or take an easy stroll to one of our partner locations to get a feel for the richness of the arts and culture in our area. Almost 50 different arts, civic and cultural groups have set up shop either on our grounds or at their own locations to introduce the community to their upcoming season; educate about their mission or showcase their facility. Take a look at what they have to offer! • American Guild of Organists • Ballet Western Reserve (on location tent) • The Butler Institute of American Art • Clarence R. Smith Mineral Museum • DOYO Live (on location tent) • First Presbyterian Church of Youngstown (on location tent) • The Green Team/ Green Youngstown (on location tent) • Lit Youngstown (on location tent) • Local Authors (on location tent) • Maag Library

• Society for Creative Anachronism (on location tent) • Stage Left Players (on location tent) • The Summit (on location tent) • TEDx Youngstown (on location tent) • TRIO/Eastern Gateway (on location tent) • Valley Fine Arts Academy (on location tent) • WYSU (on location tent) • Ward Beecher Planetarium • YSU Alumni Engagement (on location tent) • YSU Department of Art

• Mahoning Valley Astronomical Society

• YSU Campus Rec & Athletics (on location tent)

• Mahoning Valley Historical Society-Arms Museum

• YSU Department of CommunicationAnderson Program in Journalism

• McDonough Museum of Art (on location tent) • YSU Honors College (on location tent) • Melnick Medical Museum (on location tent) • Metro Monthly (on location tent) • Millennial Theatre Company (on location tent) • The Montessori School of the Mahoning Valley (on location tent)

• YSU Student Art Association (on location tent) • YWCA Mahoning Valley presenting the 37th Women Artists: A Celebration! Exhibit • Youngstown City Scape (on location tent) • Youngstown Flea

• Oakland Center for the Arts (on location tent) • Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor (Steel Museum) • OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones • Youngstown MASS Mob Children’s Center for Science & Technology • Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County • Rust Belt Theatre • St. John’s Episcopal Church (on location tent) • Sacred Commons Church (on location tent) • SMARTS (on location tent)

• Youngstown Music Teachers’ Association • Youngstown Playhouse (on location tent) • Youngstown Rotary (on location tent) • Youngstown Symphony/DeYor Performing Arts Center (on location tent)


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21st Annual Summer Festival of the Arts July 13th-14th, Youngstown State University Juried Art Show featuring over 80 artists

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Music, Theater and Dance Performances Festival of Nations food area

Enjoy a Weekend of Special Events! JULY 13 7:00pm

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PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: SATURDAY, JULY 13 Kilcawley Center: Chestnut RooM

kilcawley fountain amphitheater

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Butler institute of American art

YSU ward beecher planetarium

PanTropix

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Youngstown Music Teachers’ Student Recital

Conjunto Riquena

Youngstown Community Concert Band

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Ballet Western Reserve

Labra Brothers

PanTropix

Labra Brothers

Erie Heights Brass Ensemble

A Time To Dance Ballroom Dance Exhibition

First and Farthest

Radio Lark

Pines of Time

A Time To Dance Ballroom Dance Exhibition

Summer Skywatch

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Youngstown Connection

One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure

The Beck-Ward Project

Caitlin Hedge, fiddle

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Harding Poetry Club

One World, One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

Dave Lynn, guitar The Beck-Ward Project

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Little Steel Derby Girls, walkabouts both days at various times YSU Dance Ensemble and Guests pop-ups on Saturday, July 13 YSU Swing Dance Club/Y-town Swing pop up dancing on Saturday, July 13 between band sets

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: SUNDAY, JULY 14 Kilcawley Center: Chestnut RooM 11:00

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McDonough Museum

County Mayo

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Rust Belt Theatre

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Lion dance & Tai-Chi/ Kung-fu

One World, One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

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W. Rick Schilling storytelling “Davy Crockett Saves the World”

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Rachel Clemente, harp until 1:30

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W. Rick Schilling storytelling “Davy Crockett Saves the World”

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Director’s Talk, Dr. Lou Zona “Art and the Presidents”

Summer Skywatch

Rachel Clemente, harp until 2:30

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LatinX & Hispanic Student Organization Dance Group

One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure First and Farthest

Edward Madej, cello


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Exhibition Celebrates the Life of YSU Alumna Marlene Aron

Marlene Aron: An Artist’s Path An ex hibition celebrating the life and work of the late Marlene A ron, You ngstow n nat ive a nd Youngstown State University alumna, will take place Saturday, July 13 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in Bliss Hall’s Judith Rae Solomon Gallery Marlene Aron was born in 1943 in Youngstown, OH and attended what would become Youngstown

State University, receiving a BA in Painting in 1966. Marlene studied in The Hague, Netherlands in the late 1960s and went on to receive an MFA in Painting/Drawing from California College of the Arts in 1992. In addition to being a prolific visual artist, Marlene was a published poet, social activist, and expert on Post-Impressionism, lec-

turing widely on the life and art of Vincent van Gogh. Among other awards, Marlene was a two-time grant recipient from the Ohio Arts Council. Her work has been exhibited widely and can be found in the permanent collection of The Butler Institute of American Art as well as in numerous private collections both in the US and abroad.

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2019 YSU Summer Festival of the Arts Accepted Artists Make plans to browse through the original artwork of over 80 artists this weekend. Painting, sculpture, pottery, textiles, clay, jewelry, photography and woodworking comprise just some of the many types of artwork featured at this year’s Festival. This year’s list of accepted artists includes: Laurie J. Anderson (Booth # 16) Artistic Designs By Laurie Mineral Ridge OH Painting Mary Antonetti (Booth # 70) Nautilus Creations | Zelienople OH Fine Crafts Tracey Ardinger (Booth # 83-84) Crestview Artisans | Leetonia OH Fibers/Textiles & Jewelry Tony Armeni Booth (Booth # 81) Armeni Sculpture | Youngstown OH Sculpture

Robert & Elena Bell (Booth # 1) Beautiful Bags | Munroe Falls OH Embroidered handbags

Andrea Calevro (Booth # 52) Mystical Creations | Millbury OH Handmade Wax Candles

Elizabeth Beltz (Booth # 35) The Dragon Smith | Niles OH Jewelry & Metalsmithing

Lynn Cardwell (Booth # 28) Lynn Cardwell Pottery Youngstown OH Clay-Functional

Linda Ann Marie Bertanzetti (Booth # 65) L.A.M.B. Handwoven Rugs Columbiana OH Fibers/Textiles Gary Blackburn (Booth # 30) Youngstown OH Drawing

Bob Barko, Jr. (Booth # 40-41) Steel Town Studios | Youngstown OH Elaine Bond & Patti Frye Drawing (Booth # 55) Not Sisters Two | Etters PA Fibers/Textiles

Joey Catanzarite (Booth # 4) Joey Catanzarite Studio | Cleveland OH Painting Jody & Rosie Cercone (Booth # 78) The Studio Workshop Boardman OH 3D Mixed Media John Coburn (Booth # 9) Center Earth Pottery | Pegram TN Clay-Functional

Laura Cohn & Jennifer Lutton (Booth # 8) JLC Designs | Newton Falls OH Jewelry

Tom & Nancy Davidson (Booth # 7) Hubbard OH Clay-Functional

Peggy Cooper (Booth # 44) Pegasus Panache Creations Wadsworth OH Fibers/Textiles

Walter M. Dolata (Booth # 74) W.D. Studio | Hermitage PA Wood Carvings

Cindy Cowan (Booth # 37) Aunt Tootsie’s Crochets Salem OH Fibers/Textiles Matthew Cox (Booth # 56) McDonald OH Functional Clay Susan Crisan (Booth # 39) Sandpiper Soap Company Hermitage PA Handmade Soap Wendy Daugherty (Booth # 6) Silver Designs by Wendy Youngstown OH Metalsmithing/Jewelry

Willie Duck, Sr. (Booth # 54) Will Duck Art | Youngstown OH Painting Kristin Ellis (Booth # 80) Galion OH Jewelry Monte Ellson (Booth # 58) Big City Skylines | Ft. Wayne IN Drawing John & Marlene Falibota (Booth # 45) Abstract Stained Glass Youngstown OH Metalsmithing/Glass See ARTISTS, Page D9

Radio Lark performs at the Kilcawley Center Fountain on Saturday, July 13 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.


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Carolyn Fankhouser (Booth # 14) Heartwood Collection | Canfield OH Tie Dye Clothing Richard M. Fisher (Booth # 46) Leetonia OH Photography Brandon Fiume (Booth # 31) Youngstown OH Photography Alex Fong (Booth # 62-63) Suwanee GA Mixed Media Diane Gambassi (Booth # 67) Treasures in Glass | Pittsburgh PA Glass/Jewelry Barbara George & Edward Villabona (Booth # 69) Phoebe Art | Poland OH Jewelry Kim & Steve Gurski (Booth # 57) Fulgur & Bessemer Designs East Canton OH Jewelry/Glass/Metal Michelle Hoff (Booth # 51) South Dayton OH 3D Mixed Media Christopher Karg (Booth # 64) Brookfield OH Clay-Functional Terry & Sharon Kirby (Booth # 79) Spring Creek Psalteries | Massillon OH Psalteries/Wood-Functional

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Susie Lowder (Booth # 33) Budding Arts by Susie Lowder Powell OH 2D Mixed Media Bob Marksz (Booth # 12) Kent OH Jewelry Timothy Martin (Booth # 27) Sidney OH Sculpture Barbara Matherly (Booth # 48) Hooray for Crochet | Austintown OH Fibers/Textiles Marie McGlathery (Booth # 50) Paper Planet Wearables Brooklyn OH Jewelry-Recycled Materials Beth Moore (Booth # 77) Sunburst Selections | Rogers OH Jewelry Sarah Moynihan & Deanna Guerrieri (Booth # 15) My Beverly Jewelry | Canfield OH Jewelry Wendy Mullen (Booth # 29) Love of Sparklynn | Cortland OH Jewelry Kimberly Nelson (Booth # 53) Captured Light Stained Glass Atwater OH Stained Glass Jeff Ondash (Booth # 13) What a Great Gift! | Canfield OH Metalsmithing Megan Pankuch (Booth # 56) Bristolville OH Functional Clay

Gary Kleiner (Booth # 71) All Things Auto Art | Warren OH 3D Mixed Media

Chandra Peterson (Booth # 60) Chandra’s Passions | N. Bloomfield OH Wood Carving

C. Scott Lanz (Booth # 66) Lanzscape Photography Ltd. Youngstown OH Photography

Kirk Poffenberger (Booth # 47) Design Studio | Salem OH Drawing

Donna Little (Booth # 72) dk studio | Greenville PA Jewelry

Andrea Pollack (Booth # 68) Windows in the Woods Workshop Aurora OH 3D Mixed Media

Lenny Putz (Booth # 34) Lifelines Images | North Ridgeville OH Photography Daniel Rauschenbach (Booth # 73) Rauschenbach Art | Struthers OH Water Color Justin Reese (Booth # 25) JPR Studio | Youngstown OH Clay-Functional Deby Romaniw (Booth # 49) Deby’s Designs LLC North Olmsted OH Jewelry Larry Schneider (Booth # 59) Naturewood Art | Carnegie PA Painting Tracy Segreti (Booth # 81) Youngstown OH Fibers/Textiles Russ Shaffer (Booth # 75) Russ Shaffer Embossed Engraving Wellsburg WV 2D Mixed Media David Shafron (Booth # 23) Darbynwoods Fine Woodworking South Euclid OH Wood-Functional Karen Shakour (Booth # 43) Nature’s Gifts | Seven Hills OH 3D Mixed Media

David Slebodnick (Booth # 19) Youngstown OH 2D Mixed Media Linda “Sorcie” Smith (Booth # 3) Facets of Light Jewelry Beaver Falls PA Jewelry Veronica Smith (Booth # 11) Canfield OH Wood-Functional Alex Stoll (Booth # 26) Stainless Steel Art | Collins OH Sculpture Lisette Takahashi (Booth # 61) EarDivine LLC | Miami FL Jewelry

Emily Ujek (Booth # 18) Emily Jean Christine Designs Brecksville OH Jewelry/Metalsmithing Mary Umbaugh (Booth # 21) Clay Connection | Hiram OH Clay-Functional Bryan Votaw (Booth # 38) Melbry Woodwares Salem OH Wood-Functional Stewart & Susan Webb (Booth # 17) ARTECO | Darlington PA 3D Mixed Media

Ed Wentling (Booth # 24) Bayou Blues Guitars | Farrell PA Ralph & Joanne Teets (Booth # 5) Cigar Box Electric Guitars Cutting Board Art | Girard OH Noreen Yazvac (Booth # 22) Wood-Functional North Lima OH Painting Micheline Thompson (Booth # 10) Julie Zeager & Doug Dennis Mishmoccs | Poland OH (Booth # 20) Fibers/Textiles Chalk Monkey Dyeworks Cortland OH Bob Tompkins (Booth # 76) Fibers/Textiles Medina OH Photography Lisa & Brent Zitello (Booth # 32) Fresh Prints Youngstown Melissa & Gerry Tresler Youngstown OH (Booth #2) Fibers/Textiles Zim Woodworking Mantua OH Evian Zukas-Oguz (Booth # 36) Wood-Functional EvianZo Designs | Greenville PA Fibers/Textiles


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If you haven’t found enough to do, let’s add to your list! Dash into the Ward Beecher Planetarium where you’ll find five shows each day in our world-class facility. It’s a great way to take a breather, and cool off. It’s also the big 5-0 anniversary for Apollo 11. Oh, and the Mahoning Valley Astronomical Society will have their big telescopes out for safe sun viewing. You would need both days just to take in all The Butler Institute of American Art offers. In this, it’s 100th anniversary year, check out the 83rd National Midyear Show, children’s activities, gift shop and of course, the incredible permanent collection. O n Su nd a y, Ju l y 14 , a Youngstown MASS Mob will be

held at St. Columba Cathedral at 4:00 p.m. Similar to a Cash Mob where one business is selected to be supported through shopping and participation, a Mass Mob focuses on a parish, its architecture, its community, its history, and its culture. Prior to that, Union Baptist Church’s Choir will perform from 2:303:15 p.m.

On Saturday, July 13, a beach glass workshop will be held from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at their location. There is a $25 registration fee ($2 online processing fee) including all materials and refreshments. Call (330) 7466361 to register.

The Friends of the Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County will host a book sale Maag Library will hold its epic on Saturday, July 13, from 9:00 sale both days. That’s right-it’s a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Main epic, with books, DVDs, games, Branch on Wick Avenue. and maps, everything you want but don’t know you need. If geology catches your interest, then take a look at the T he 37th A nnua l Y WC A Clarence R. Smith Mineral Women’s Art Show at 25 W. Museum’s exhibits located in Rayen Ave. will be open from Moser Hall, both days. Celebrate noon-4:00 p.m. both days, and the International Year of the Peit’s free and open to the public. riodic Table of Chemical Ele-

Celebrating 35TH Year!

ments! YSU recently acquired a wall-sized Periodic Table of the Elements that will be displayed in the lobby through efforts by the late “Dr. Ray” Beiersdorfer! Also “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” by filmmaker Jamie Redford will be shown during both days in the lobby. Love historic Youngstown? You’re in luck. Both the Arms Museum on Wick Avenue and the Tyler History Center in Downtown Youngstown will be open with Buy One Get One Free Admission both days. The ever-popular History To Go series presents the Fifth Avenue Walking Tour, partnering with the Fifth Avenue Neighbors on Saturday, July 13 at Noon, 12:30 p.m., 1:00 p.m., and 1:30 p.m.

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Start the tour and finish at the W. J. Cobbin Office Tower, 1350 Fifth Avenue in Youngstown. Admission $5 per person. Look for the giant yellow Iron Lung replica at the Melnick Medical Museum tent in the Festival of Nations area near Maag Library. Then take a look at the display of historic medical items and learn more about their free medical history programs. The Children’s Hands On Art Tent sponsored by Schwebel’s is the place to be with dozens of make and take craft projects where children of all ages will have fun through guidSee ACtIVITIES, Page D11

Local Authors Featured T he l itera r y a r ts w i l l be on f u l l d i splay at t he L it Youngstown Local Authors’ Tent where you’ll have an opportunity to meet these authors; listen to a reading and buy a book. See the schedule below to meet up with your favorite author. The Mahoning Valley has a rich literary tradition that we invite you to explore. Saturday, July 13 M a r i o n B o y e r, 11 : 0 0 11:30; Rochelle Hurt, 11:4512 :15 ;   Bi l l Solda n, 12 : 301:00;   Nancy Christie, 1:151:45; Rikki Santer, 2:00-2:30; K a r e n K ot r b a , 2 : 45 -3 :15 ; Jeanne Bryner, 3:30-4:00 Sunday, July 14 Allison Davis, 11:30-12:00; D om Fonc e, 12 :15 -12 : 45 ; Kat hy Pa lumbo, 1: 00-1: 30 ; Carbombs to Cookie Tables: Sean Posey, Elaine Arvan Andrews, Vince Guerrieri, 1:452:15; Jimmy Sutman, 2:303:00; Barbara Sabol, 3:15-3:45; Jamie Marich, 4:00-4:30


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American Guild of Organists Offers Pipe Organ Crawl on July 13 No, it’s not a pub crawl, it’s a Pipe Organ Crawl showcasing three beautiful pipe organs in our area-at Bliss Recital Hall, St. John’s Episcopal Church and St. Columba Cathedral. Join members of the American Guild of Organists on a one-

hour tour to all three venues to learn about the history of these beautiful instruments, dubbed the “King of Instruments,” at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 13. Two tour guides will take guests to all three venues, within walking distance, to hear a

short performance, meet the organist and learn some interesting history about each instrument. Meet up in front of Maag Library near their book sale (look for the big sign) between noon and 12:45.

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ed artwork at a variety of stations. And, both the Mahoning County Green Team and Green Youngstown will be near the tent offering up their recycled craft projects. Bring your fresh faces for a makeover with the Department of Theatre and Dance’s Wendy Akers who will be face-painting kids young and old! The McDonough Museum of Art is open both days from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. so make time for a visit to see their summer exhibitions. Outdoor chalking on the block is back, and coloring pages will prevail! Come make a memory! OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology in Downtown Youngstown will be open

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both days from 10:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. Maker Space and Master Your Craft workshops will be ongoing. Catch up with an important part of our Youngstown history at The Youngstown Historical Center of Labor and Industry (The Steel Museum) where on Saturday, July 13 they will dedicate their new Sidney Rackoff statues and celebrate their Spanish language audio tour. Admission is free from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Festival sponsor Sweeney Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and SMARTS (Students Motivated by the Arts) have it all wrapped up! A GMC Acadia has been vinyl wrapped to provide a unique canvas on which artists both young and old may decorate a sticker to be placed on the vehicle as a piece of artwork. Who doesn’t want to decorate a real car?

Norman Brown is the featured performer at Youngstown Wine & Jazz, Saturday, July 13 at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre. Tickets are available at the Covelli Centre Box Office, at ticketmaster.com or the night of the show.


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