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Walk All Over Waterloo!
January 5 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pmFREE
It’s a New Year on Waterloo and we’re excited to bring you something to keep you warm, hungry, and entertained! See what we’ve got to offer for January’s ‘Walk All Over Waterloo’:
In the Ballroom: Fred Eaglesmith / Tif Ginn
Doors open at 7:00pm, Show starts at 8:00pm. Tickets: $20.00-$22.00
Eaglesmith is a veteran of the music industry and at the same time is about as far away from actually participating in today’s music industry as one could be. Never operating within anyone’s boundaries, he continues to set the standard for independent artists everywhere.
Tif Ginn is a gutsy, amazing singer and a transcendent songwriter who has spent most of her life touring and playing music. Her impressive, sultry vocals and glorious harmonies with Fred, along with her multiple instrument additions to the show will have you in awe. This girl has it all, including Fred.
In the Tavern: The Cowslingers / Lords of the Highway
Doors open at 7:30pm, Show starts at 8:30pm. Tickets: $10.00-$12.00
The Cowslingers have announced a new release of all original songs and a few live dates planned around the release starting with a hometown gig January 5th at the Beachland Ballroom! The band has not recorded since their final LP “Bullseye” in 2005 and has only played a handful of shows since taking a prolonged hiatus. Get your tickets now!
Lords of the Highway from Cleveland, Ohio have been tearin’ up asphalt since 1992, bringing you hillbilly punk rock that knocks ya flat, runs ya over, and doesn’t look back.
Lulu’s Button Box Revue!
Backed by Bert on bass, Lulu returns to the Fillmore to impress the audience with her squeezebox prowess. A fun time will surely be had by all!
Concert starts at 10:00pm. **FREE event**
Member’s Pottery Sale!
View this beautiful Member’s show and take home that gift you’ve always wanted! From 6:00-9:00pm on Friday, January 5th there will be lots of food and fun. Music provided by DJ VAL spinning records and 45’s.
On Display – New Work by Bridget Ginley
Local artist favorite Bridget Ginley is taking a quick break from DJing for WRUW radio and has taken the opportunity to create a beautiful collection of new work on display at S6C! Stop in during open hours, grab a cup of coffee or a snack and view – or take home – one of her many fun and engaging collage pieces.
Jon Gott – “Elementary Incandescent Service Module: A Sevenfold Path to Non-Self”
Jon Gott is a maker, teacher, and artist born in Washington DC in 1984 and currently living and working in Cleveland, Ohio. Working in a large variety of media including ceramics, painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, video, and photography, he has exhibited his work nationwide. Elementary Incandescent Service Module is intended to invoke a process of enlightenment. Enlightenment can refer to an ultimate form of reality or simply engagement in the activity of learning. These tableaus are ascribed to pedagogical forms of display and exhibition. Together they form a conceptual apparatus through which abstract concepts and feelings are conflated with visual modeling and communication.
Don’t forget! There is much more to Waterloo than what’s listed above.
So much to see and do on Waterloo. It’s only a walk away.