The Community Concert Association of Knox County Excitedly Presents DIVAS3 on Sunday, March 19, 2023. Concert Begins at 7:30pm at the Knox Memorial Theater.


Three female singers with powerhouse voices sing the biggest hits of the greatest divas in music history in this vibrant show. Spanning four decades of chart-topping hits, Divas3 covers the 1960s through the 1990s with music by Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Cher, Dolly Parton, Donna Summer, ABBA, and many more!Read full story

Free Rides at the Heart of Ohio USA Days

Your Heart of Ohio USA Days committee is hard at work to bring you the best festival EVER! Besides the great slate of music, personal interaction with Princesses Jasmine and Cinderella, kiddie tractor pulls, Little Miss Liberty & Uncle Sammy pageant, baby crawl and toddler track meet, build-a-bear, petting zoo, corn hole tournament, more special things for the kids and the yummiest “Fair food”!Read full story

Local Chorus Celebrates its History With First Post-Pandemic Performance


On Sunday, October 16, beginning at 3:00 p.m., The Dogwood Blossoms Chorus will host its first post-pandemic performance at the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Thorne Performance Hall, 800 Martinsburg Road, Mount Vernon. Together with a light-hearted narrated story, the chorus of 25 women will deliver chord-ringing, fun-filled barbershop harmony to 13 arrangements spanning six decades of American entertainment.Read full story

Fall Into Fun October 29

The Woodward Opera House debuts the experience and the spirit of Vaudeville with the October 29  variety show, “Fall into Fun”. This light-hearted evening will delight the audience with good, wholesome, family entertainment provided by our own talented community members.
Come see and learn and be a part of this unique presentation of fun, laughter, music, stories, and surprises, as you are transported to an era that has been called the “heart of the American show business,” and was one of the most consistently popular forms of entertainment across North America for many decades.
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