Just a reminder about the world premier coming up this week-end.
WHO: Standing Rock Cultural Arts and The Kent Historical Society
WHEN: Saturday, July 22nd, 7;30pm & Sunday, July 23rd, 3:00pm 2006
RAIN DATES: Saturday, July 29th, 7:30pm & Sunday, July 30th, 3:00pm
WHERE: Heritage Park below the Main Street Bridge in Downtown Kent- behind the Historic Kent Dam along the Cuyahoga River
ADMISSION: Free and Open to the Public
The play begins in 1806 with the arrival of John Haymaker to a land abundant in wildlife and native culture. Having arrived for the purpose of setting up a mill, the Haymakers find this spot to be ideal because of the flow of the river and its potential for commerce.
Previous to the Haymakers, Heman Oviatt, a whiskey trader who traded furs with the natives in what is now Hudson, was the white representative to the area.
Little is known of this time period and ³Dawn Falls attempts to depict what this area may have been like during the early years of settlement along these banks of the Cuyahoga River.
For more information visit: www.standingrock.net
So bring your families and come support Kent’s downtown programs and starving artists!
Sponsored by The Rotary Club of Kent, The Kent Bicentennial Committee, and the Ohio Arts Council among others.