COLLIDE is a free event and open to the public.
COLLIDE will be held on Friday, April 1 from 7 to 9 p.m. (after 9 p.m. is 21 and over) at Cashmere Cricket, located at 2235 Front St., in Cuyahoga Falls. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Registration is encouraged but not required. To register or for more information, visit www.tinyurl.com/CollideEvent.
About the Event:
COLLIDE: Cuyahoga Falls and ArtsNow brings a night of spoken word featuring “Ace” Epps, live music provided by Falls Music School, and a photography and art display featuring Fitzwater Photography and Kevin Smalley to the Cashmere Cricket in Cuyahoga Falls. Light appetizers from Flury’s Café will be provided. Cash bar. RSVPs are not required but appreciated at: www.tinyurl.com/CollideEvent.
If you would like to be a part of the excitement, please check out ArtsNow.org, www.facebook.com/SummitArtsNow and http://www.facebook.com/CollideCF as more information and ways to engage will be posted.
Collide is a newly formed and informal group of community members, artists, and those passionate about advancing the arts and culture sector in Cuyahoga Falls. The group is in its first month and is being led by Molly Hartong and Matt Weiss who are in the process of strategically planning the mission and vision based on community feedback. The group is working in tandem with ArtsNow.
ArtsNow is an innovative nonprofit which connects arts, culture, and community. An outcome of the GAR and Knight Foundation funded Arts and Culture Assessment, ArtsNow seeks to connect, collaborate, and support the incredible creative sector in Summit County.
The mission of ArtsNow is to strengthen the vibrancy of Summit County and enrich the lives of its people and community through the advancement of arts and culture.
ArtsNow owns and operates SummitLive365.com, a website providing a comprehensive arts, culture, and entertainment calendar as well as a free portal for artists and creatives to showcase their talent.
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