Now Showing in the Gallery - "Brushstroke Dreams" - Brad Price

July 8 through August 29, 2016 @ The Depot

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Brad Price Painting

The bold brushstrokes and bright colors in expressionist paintings by local artist Brad Price will fill The Depot Gallery with “Brushstroke Dreams” from July 8 through August 29, 2016. An opening reception will be held in conjunction with the 2nd Friday Art Walk on July 8 from 6 to 9 pm. A second reception will be held in conjunction with 2nd Friday on August 12, also from 6 to 9 pm.

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Summer Breeze Concert - Hosty Duo

Sunday, August 7, 2016, 7:30pm @ Lions Park

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Witty guitar guru Mike Hosty and two piece drummer, Mike Byars, entertain as the Hosty Duo with a tour schedule of 250 shows a year. Hosty simultaneously tears through gritty slide leads, blows harmonica and or Kazoo, and uses foot pedals to stomp bass lines. His guitar collection includes an 8 string instrument that allows him to thump three bass strings with his thumb while he fingerpicks guitar.

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Poetry Reading - Dr. Larry D. Griffin

Sunday, August 14, 2016, 2:00pm @ The Depot

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Dr. Larry D. Griffin

Dr. Griffin has published more than one hundred nonfiction articles and more than three hundred poems in regional, national, and international journals, ezines, and little magazines. His chapbooks of poetry include New Fires, The Blue Water Tower, Airspace, Greatest Hits, The Jane Poems, and More Jane Poems. Presently he is Professor of English in the School of Arts and Sciences at Salman bin Abdulaziz University in Al Kharj.

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Summer Breeze Concert - The Mulligan Brothers

Sunday, August 21, 2016, 7:30pm @ Lions Park

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The Mulligan Brothers met playing in bars in Mobile, Alabama and their name means second chances. Their second album, Via Portland, is being played on radio stations across the country and The Mulligan Brothers are listed in the Alternate Root Magazine's Top 50 of 2015--So Far. The music is still a blend of alt-country, blues, and folk that sounds like the Lumineers with a hot fiddle and the song writing of Townes Van Zandt, but Via Portland is a smoother album with more harmony and background vocals and dynamics in the instrumentation.

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