Friday, October 26, 2007

Cellofourte competes in tonight's Grove City College Battle of the Bands at Grove City College. Show starts at 8 pm.

Trina Hamlin plays Venango Campus's Rhoades lounge tonight in a free show at 7pm. Hamlin has played shows with notables such as Paula Cole, Duncan Sheik, Ricki Lee Jones, and John Hiatt. You can preview her music here.

Speaking of Venango Campus, this week's indie film series entry is Facing The Giants, a Christian football story.
So, it's nice that the series is working to expose area residents to ideas and concepts that they wouldn't normally come in contact with.
It's free, though. Flick starts at 7:30 in Roades Auditorium.

Dr. Todd Pfannestiel, associate professor of history and advisor to the Clarion University History Club, is bringing Northwest Pennsylvania Hauntings to Clarion for them to use their equipment and expertise to determine the reality of campus hauntings. Let's hope their scientific methodology is better thought out than their website design (But I sure would like to know where this is).

The “Clarion University Ghost Experience” is scheduled Oct. 30 and 31 at 8 p.m. in Hart Chapel. The program, sponsored by the Clarion University History Club with support from the Office of Campus Life, is free and open to all.

The Venango Chamber Orchestra will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a free concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Barrow-Civic Theatre in Franklin.

The Nashville Scene discusses "Americana" music.

Oregon Public Broadcasting features an in-studio performance by the Portland Cello Project.

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