Creative & Performing Arts Series Announces Summer Events

May 23rd, 2017 – The City of Blue Ash is pleased to release the upcoming schedule for its increasingly popular Creative & Performing Arts Series. The series, which began in February, strives to provide activities and performances for all ages. During the winter and spring, the series had record-breaking attendance at several of its programs and events.

Eastside Players Music Man                          
DATES: June 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, and 17  
TIME: 7:30PM  
LOCATION: Blue Ash Nature Park                                         
           
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
DATES: August 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19
TIME: 7:30PM
LOCATION: Blue Ash Nature Park

TICKETS: $10.00 at the door. Children under 3 years old are free of charge.

For more information, visit www.esptheater.org

The Children’s Theater of Cincinnati presents “Once Upon a Time” Workshop
Grades: 2-6
This fun and interactive workshop will bring new life to classic fairy tales. Students will gain a historical context, be introduced to primary thematic elements, and have the opportunity to bring some of their favorite fairy tales to life.

DATE: Sunday, July 16
TIME: 2-3PM
LOCATION: Summit Park– Community Room

REGISTRATION: Register at the Blue Ash Recreation Center Welcome Desk or call (513) 745-8550. Limited space available.

Creative Aging Cincinnati presents Sea Shell Art with Cheryl Pannabecker
Cultures living along the oceans have often incorporated seashells into their crafts and artwork. We will look at images of how shells have been used. We will then create our own picture using an assortment of shells and colored sand.

DATE: Thursday, August 3
TIME: 1PM
LOCATION: Summit Park– Community Room

REGISTRATION: Register at the Blue Ash Recreation Center Welcome Desk or call (513) 745-8550.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company – Shakespeare in the Park presents The Merry Wives of Windsor
How do you con a conman? You beat him at his own game, of course! That’s the lesson learned by Shakespeare’s legendary comedic cad, Sir John Falstaff, as he tries to remedy his financial woes by chasing two happily married women–using the same scam at the same time. But it’s not long before these witty wives sniff out his scheme, turning the tables on their would-be wooer and illustrating emphatically that “wives may be merry and yet honest too.”

DATE: Saturday, August 5
TIME: 7PM
LOCATION: Summit Park– Canopy

 For more information on the Creative and Performing Arts Series, visit the Summer Activity Guide.