CELEBRATING MLK Martin Luther King Celebration Service and Dinner sponsored by the Wooster-Orrville NAACP will happen Monday, Jan. 20 at First Presbyterian Church, 621 Faculty Ave., Wooster. The dinner shall be at 5 p.m., Bruch Corridor. Tickets are $eight every. For dinner ticket info and buy, name 330-264-9420 or 330-264-9250. The celebration service will happen 7 p.m., and is free and open to the group. The 2020 Martin Luther King Essay Contest winners shall be offered. The speaker shall be Dr. Davis Houck of Florida State College with “Reflections on Emmett Till.”
TWO PIANOS Music By Two, pianists Nancy Davis and Sharon Johnson, will carry out at 7 p.m. at Wooster United Methodist Church, 243 N. Market St., as a part of the Music on Market collection. For almost 35 years, Music By Two has been taking part in an enormous number of kinds and genres performing as if with one voice, from New York to Chicago, Washington, D.C., and venues in between. This live performance will characteristic a novel mixture of music for 2 pianos, in addition to the addition of two grasp percussionists. All Music on Market occasions are free with a free-will providing to assist cowl the prices that accompany this collection. Seating is open fashion and no tickets are required. Doorways open at 6:15 p.m. For extra info, name 330-262-5641.
COLLEGE BANDS CONCERT The Faculty of Wooster shall be among the many 17 schools collaborating within the 2020 Ohio Non-public Faculty Instrumental Conductors Affiliation Honors Competition this weekend at Ashland College. The occasion will culminate with a free, public live performance at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19 in Hugo Younger Theatre on the AU campus. Greater than 100 of the perfect non-public school musicians, hand-picked by their administrators, will collect at AU for an all-day rehearsal Saturday, Jan. 18 to arrange for the general public Sunday live performance that may provide a wide range of musical genres with a number of conductors.
ANXIETY PROJECT William Doan, the 2019-20 Penn State College Laureate, will current “The Anxiety Project” at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17 in Freedlander Theatre (329 E. College St.) at The Faculty of Wooster. Admission is free and open to the general public. A reception will observe within the foyer. “The Anxiety Project” explores what it’s wish to dwell with nervousness and despair utilizing a mix of private expertise and analysis into the complicated world of psychological well being. It contains greater than 400 drawings, a number of graphic narrative publications and a dwell efficiency. For extra info, name (330) 263-2241.
A MUSIC WEEKEND IN LOUDONVILLE A wide range of music shall be provided in Loudonville this weekend, beginning Friday, Jan. 17 with the Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend on the Mohican Lodge and Convention Middle, 4700 Goon Street, Perrysville. The free annual occasion continues Saturday, Jan. 18 and Sunday, Jan. 19, with a live performance, film and acoustic jamming all weekend. On Sunday, Jan. 19, Ohio Theatre at 156 N. Water St., Loudonville, can have a band, Crabgrass, taking part in bluegrass and gospel music, at 2 p.m. Name (419) 994-3750 for extra info.