At 20-years-old, being out on your own in a city three-and-a- half hours from home might be difficult for some. But Mariah Scott is chasing a dream and she’s not about to let anything stop her.
The RiverRoots Music and Folk Art Festival is over, but that doesn’t mean the music is gone. Roosevelt Dime, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., will perform Saturday at the Red Bicycle Hall.
“Our lives are rivers of events and encounters, floods and lulls, twists and turns,” wrote poet Jack Ramey.
Elle Smith of Madison will be the featured artist for June at the Art On Main Gallery, 309 W. Main St.
The Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville kicks off its 2015-2016 season with the comedy “Social Security,” which opened May 12 and runs through June 21.
The Derby Dinner Playhouse production of the musical, “Sleeping Beauty,” continues with performances on Saturdays through June 13, as part of the Children’s Musical Theatre Series.
Motherhood and all
the ups and downs that come with it take center stage at the Ohio
Theatre this weekend as the Little Grand Theatre Company performs “The
The Ohio Theatre will soon screen an indie sci-fi film with Indiana roots.
A country music group
with a hit single currently climbing the charts will headline the
musical entertainment for the 44th annual Swiss Wine Festival later this
Riverfront Run Car Show will be held Saturday in downtown Madison. The
event, in its fifth year, follows a Friday night poker run and concert
by southern Indiana-based cover band, The Rumors.
When the RiverRoots
Music and Folk Art Festival nears its end Saturday night, the Wood
Brothers will be the final act to take the stage at Bicentennial Park.
The 10th annual RiverRoots Music & Folk Art Festival weekend begins and ends with parties featuring even more entertainment.
Bands, groups and
solo artists spanning the styles of bluegrass, Americana, traditional
folk and almost everything in between plan to perform this weekend
during an annual music and folk art festival on Madison’s riverfront.