Downtown calendar features artwork by BG school children
"BG Through a Child’s Eyes," a 2010 calendar features the work of 28 young artists from Bowling
Green City elementary schools is now available at many locations in downtown Bowling Green.
A reception and calendar signing party at art-a-site!, 116 S. Main St., Nov. 8 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The student artists were in grades 1-3 when the work was created.
The calendar costs $15, and proceeds from the sale support Downtown Bowling Green’s maintenance
activities in the downtown, which includes landscaping, snow removal, and decorating for the holidays.
As in past years, the 2010 calendar will include city and school information.
Noreen Overholt, City Schools art teacher, and Becky Laabs, retired art teacher and owner of the
art-a-site! gallery, led the effort to create the calendar. The members of the Downtown BG Publications
Committee include Kathy Shapler, Beth Genson, Nick Gorant, Wendy Stram, Sandy Wicks and Barbara Ruland.
Calendars may be purchased at these locations: The Answer Factory; art-a-site!; Bliss Studio Salon; BG
Convention & Visitors Bureau; BGSU on Main, Calico, Sage, & Thyme; Carousel Hair Studio;
Changes on Mane; Downtown BG; The Flower Basket; For Keeps; Grounds for Thought; Main Street Photo;
Mills Jewelry; Shirts Signs & Designs; Waddington Jewelers; Wizard Graphics; and the Wood County
Gavin DeGraw tickets on sale
Tickets are on sale for the Bowling Green State University Centennial Concert featuring alternative rock
artist Gavin DeGraw with special guest, singer-songwriter Michelle Branch.
The Jan. 10, concert – the Sunday before spring semester begins – will be held in Anderson Arena. Doors
will open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show.
Tickets are $20 for BGSU students and $30 for others. They can be purchased in person at the Office of
Campus Activities, 401 Bowen-Thompson Student Union, or online at the Students must visit or call the
campus activities office, at (419O 372-2343, to receive the student ticket price; it is not available
The BGSU University Activities Organization and the Centennial Student Events Subcommittee are jointly
sponsoring the concert.
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Student Loan heads to Mideast
The Student Loan, a new grass band originally from Bowling Green, is set to head back overseas on a State
Department sponsored tour.
Throughout November and December the band, now located in Portland, Ore., will travel to present concerts
and workshops in Cyprus, Italy, Algeria, Afghanistan and Yemen.
Earlier this year the band, which plays a mix of bluegrass, jazz and rock, did a similar tour of
Southeast Asia, after having been selected for the Rhythm Road program, through Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The success of that tour led the State Department, the sponsor of Rhythm Road, to offer the band a second
tour, said Liz Chibucos recently.
Painting to grace pharmacy
PERRYSBURG – Ronald Gosses, a painter from rural Bowling Green, has been commissioned to create a
painting for the remodeled Buderer Drug Company, 26611 N. Dixie Highway.
The five-by-four-foot painting will be called "Compounding Magic" and will depict the movements
of the pharmaceutical process.
Matt Buderer, a compound pharmacist, works with patients and doctors to make medicines tailored to each