Oct 1, 2009

Apple Day, October 3, 7am-3pm

Greenville Business and Professional Association presents...
Apple Day, October 3
Begins at 7:00 am with a Farmer's Market

9:00 am --
Bake Sales,

Games,
Crafts,
Petting Zoo & Pony Rides,
Build-A-Scarecrow
Mikayla Roach & DB Railroad Music
Cake Walk

10:00 am -- Apple Dessert Contest
Greenville Women's Club Awards
Story Hour, Greenville Public Library

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Big Jeff's Blues Music
Craft Booths
Kettle Corn
Music

Our Common Ground Theatre Troup Presents

An Evening of One Acts presented by the Our Common Ground Theatre Troupe.


October 8th at 7 pm.
October 10th at 7 pm.
October 11th at 2 pm.
At the newly remodeled Bond County High School auditorium.


Tickets $6 each. Thursday night only, student price is $5.00

Two comedies and a drama presented in one evening of entertaining theatre.

Can't Fight The Feeling:
Or How I Learned to Love My I-Pod
by James Christy


A spoof on the Mac and PC commercials that takes a violent turn. A comedy that comments on the role of technology in our society today.

James' first full-length play NEVER TELL was produced by Broken Watch Theatre Company in August 2006 and was published by Playscripts Inc. in April 2007. His latest full-length LOVE AND COMMUNICATION, was presented at Northern Kentucky University’s YES Festival in spring 2009. Other short plays include CREEP, which won the Actors Theater of Louisville's Heideman Award for best short play in 2001, has been published in multiple anthologies and produced throughout the U.S. and Canada. James would like to thank Our Common Ground for presenting CAN’T FIGHT THIS FEELIN’, which is currently being made into a short film. Keep an eye out on for it on YouTube. For updates or to tell him what you think contact the playwright at: jchristy1515@yahoo.com.


Haiku by Katherine Snodgrass

A moving play about a family of women trying to live and love together over the years. Characters include a strong single mother, her career driven oldest daughter and her mentally challenged younger daughter. This play is a poignant look at family life.

Clara and the Gambler

A western melodrama set (where else?) above a saloon. When Clara married her dream man one afternoon she never expected to be gambled away that evening at a poker game. Hilarity ensues as Clara and the Gambler discover that they've both been bamboozled.