Wine Tasting Line Up
Every Friday, 6:30-10pm

9/2  –  The New Schu Band with Carl Schumacher
9/9 – Noddle Factory
9/16 – The Show
9/23 -Wildwater
9/30 – Manic Organics A Cole Porter Celebration

Really Really Free Market
on an extended vacation
A Really Really Free Market is like a mixed-bag potluck, or a free flea market. Stuff, fun, entertainment—whatever we as a community can come together & share. Bring usable items, food, & talents—to give for the sake of giving.

Works on Paper Michael Casselli
through September 30th

Home Inc. Fundraiser
September 24  7:00 pm- 10:00 pm

Tickets on sale at The Emporium $25.00

Ten Percent Club meeting
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

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Wine Tasting Line Up
Every Friday, 6:30-10pm

8/5  –  The New Schu Band with Carl Schumacher
8/12 – Wheels
8/19- Undercovered
8/26 Misty Monee

Really Really Free Market
on an extended vacation
A Really Really Free Market is like a mixed-bag potluck, or a free flea market. Stuff, fun, entertainment—whatever we as a community can come together & share. Bring usable items, food, & talents—to give for the sake of giving.

Works on Paper Michael Casselli
through September 30th

Ten Percent Club meeting
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

Welcome to November at the Emporium!

For more information on all of these events, please visit our web site.

Friday Wine-Tasting Line-Up
Every Friday night, 6:30-10 p.m.

11/5 – The New Schu Band with Carl Schumacher
11/12 – YS’ own Deb Stallard performs torchy blues
11/19 – Duke Dewey & Jim Volk
11/26 – Gary Arnold & Friends

Really Really Free Market
Saturday, November 13, 1-4 p.m.
A Really Really Free Market is like a mixed-bag potluck, or a free flea market. Stuff, fun, entertainment—whatever we as a community can come together & share.

Farzana Datta – Book Sale
Sunday, November 14, 1-4 p.m.
Farzana Moon is a local author from Springfield Ohio . She would be available for book signing and book discussions about her books. For more information please email Farzana at: fdatta@woh.rr.com

Ten Percent Club meeting
Wednesday, November 17, 6-7 p.m.
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

Cribbage Club
Wednesday, November 24, 5-7 p.m.
Come and play cribbage with us! All are welcome. Lessons available.

Hello beloved e-listers! Before the events, some nifty web site updates:

Plus, a new art show in October – work by Travis Tarbox – come to the opening on Saturday, Oct. 2, 7-9 p.m.

And now…

Friday Wine Tasting Line-Up
Every Friday, 6:30-10 p.m.
10/1 – Carl & the New Schu Band
10/8 – Slipstream with Jeanne Ulrich
10/15 – Grace Adele and Her Grand Band from Nashville/Columbus – swingin’ folk
10/22 – Wildwater
10/29 – Annual Halloween Costume Party with The UnderCovered

Art Opening – Travis Tarbox
Saturday, October 2, 7-9 p.m.

Street Fair Wine Tasting
Saturday, October 9, 12-4 p.m.

The Power Of Women: Methods for Menopausal Symptoms
Sunday, October 17, 3-5 p.m.
“Is It Warm In Here, Or Is It Me?” Traditional and Holistic Methods for Controlling Menopausal Symptoms
Chat groups designed to empower women to make healthy decisions for themselves through education and knowledge of options. A Lifestages Midwife will be on-hand for an informal presentation and discussion. Healthy beverages and light fare will be served.

Ten Percent Club meeting
Wednesday, October 20, 6-7 p.m.
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

Cribbage Club
Wednesday, October 27, 5-7 p.m.
Come and play cribbage–the best card game ever–with us! All are welcome. Lessons available.

Hello, beloved e-news-listers, and welcome to September’s e-news-letter! Autumn is just around the corner… and not a moment too soon, I say.

FRIDAY WINE TASTING LINE-UP
every Friday, 6:30-10 p.m.
9/3 – House Band with Carl Schumacher
9/10 – MINK (new from YS, with Michael Casselli, Iris Maria Heller, Neil Thompson, Kurt Miyazaki, and Lee Johnson)
9/17 – The Revolving Door (country/rock/blues/folk cover band from YS)
9/24 – The Hoppers (50s and 60s rock, pop, & dance from YS)

Really Really Free Market
Saturday, September 11, 1-4 p.m.
A Really Really Free Market is like a mixed-bag potluck, or a free flea market. Stuff, fun, entertainment—whatever we as a community can come together & share. Bring usable items, food, & talents—to give for the sake of giving. Don’t have anything on-hand? Come & see what others are sharing. No barter or trade: You don’t have to give to get or get to give.

Saturday, September 11’s Wine Tasting with DJ Bobbylite has been canceled. Just for this month. Go to Blues Fest instead!

Ten Percent Club meeting
Wednesday, September 15, 6-7 p.m.
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

The Power Of Women – Taking Charge of Your Health: Recommended Health Screenings for Women
Sunday, September 19, 3-5 p.m.
Chat groups designed to empower women to make healthy decisions for themselves through education and knowledge of options. A Lifestages Midwife will be on-hand for an informal presentation and discussion. Healthy beverages and light fare will be served. Contact: Caryl Segalewitz (937-277-8988, ext. 4134) for more information.

Cribbage Club
Wednesday, September 22, 5-7 p.m.
Come and play cribbage with us! All are welcome. Lessons available.

Greetings beloved e-news-recipients!

The ART SHOW for August and September will be “Prayers for Ohio” by Krista Magaw for TLT and AACW. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, August 7 from 7-9 p.m.

Speaking of which: WE ARE ACCEPTING ART SHOW SUBMISSIONS for 2011. Information on submitting can be found here (please read in full before contacting us).

And now… August’s events…

FRIDAY WINE TASTING LINE-UP
6:30-10 p.m.
8/6 – The New Schu Band with Carl Schumacher
8/13 – George Bieri & the Root Cellar Blues
8/20 – Music TBA – proceeds to benefit Del Pueblo
8/27 – Manic Organics (jazz & blues; formerly the B-3’s)

The public version of the After Hours Writers Club has been canceled. There will be a private club meeting soon; if you’re interested, please email vanessa@emporiumwines.com.

“Prayers For Ohio” Art Opening
Saturday, August 7, 7-9 p.m.

Coffee with the College
Wednesday, August 11, 5-6 p.m.
Village residents are invited to have conversations with representatives from Antioch College. Coffee will be paid for by the College for event participants.

Really Really Free Market
Saturday, August 14, 1-4 p.m.
Bring usable items, food, & talents—to give for the sake of giving. Don’t have anything on-hand? Come & see what others are sharing. No barter or trade: You don’t have to give to get or get to give.

Wine Tasting with DJ Bobbylite: Cool Jazz for a Hot Night
NEW DATE: Saturday, August 14, 7-10 p.m.

The Power Of Women
Sunday, August 15, 3-5 p.m.
Design a Birthing Plan That’s Right For You – Chat groups designed to empower women to make healthy decisions for themselves through education and knowledge of options. A Lifestages Midwife will be on-hand for an informal presentation and discussion.

Ten Percent Club meeting
Wednesday, August 18, 6-7 p.m.
The Ten Percent club is a group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year.

AMTA/WAYS Meeting
Wednesday, August 25, 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Cribbage Club
Wednesday, August 25, 5-7 p.m.
Come and play cribbage with us! All are welcome. Lessons available.

Kosher Wine Tasting with Temple Sholom
Saturday, August 28, 5-7 p.m.

Greetings Emporium Wines/Underdog Cafe e-news-listers! It’s officially summer in Yellow Springs!

July brings us a new art show by Cindy Butler-Jones, and some great events and music and wine tasting…

Friday Wine-Tasting Line-Up
Every Friday, 7-10 pm (wine begins pouring at 6:30)

7/2 – Dr. Skillet
7/9 – The UnderCovered
7/16 – Slipstream w/ Jeanne Ulrich
7/23 – Gary Arnold
7/30 – Wildwater

Thursday, July 1, 6:30-8:30 pm
After Hours Writers Club
Read your writings in an informal setting, get feedback, get ideas, network with other writers, give and get prompts, participate in writing exercises. Bringing something to read is not required–come for the inspiration and camaraderie!

Saturday, July 3, 8-10 pm
Dance Party with DJ Bobbylite; Wine Tasting

Saturday, July 10, 1-4 pm
Really Really Free Market
Bring usable items, food, & talents—to give for the sake of giving. Don’t have anything on-hand? Come & see what others are sharing. No barter or trade: You don’t have to give to get or get to give.

Saturday, July 10, 6-8 pm
Dynamic Posture Intro Seminar
A free introduction to Mary Sinclair’s ongoing workshops and classes at Yoga Springs, based on the practice of Balance(TM). Balance(TM) training aligns your bones with gravity so that your muscles can be in maximum relaxation. It’s based on 35 years of studying healthy populations from all over the world–people who remain active into their old age without back pain or hunched posture. When you learn to sit, stand, and move as they do, your pain will be significantly reduced or eliminated, and your comfort, agility, and strength increased. All are welcome and encouraged to attend; no yoga experience is necessary.

Tuesday, July 13, 7-9 pm
Live Jazz with Neal Kirkwood & Harry Mann
Neal Kirkwood is a composer, pianist, arranger and bandleader living in New York City. Harry Mann has performed as a musician, actor, dancer and performance artist. More information at http://www.emporiumwines.com

Wednesday, July 14, 5-6 pm
Coffee with the College
Village residents are invited to have conversations with representatives from Antioch College. Coffee will be paid for by the College for event participants.

Wednesday, July 14, 7-9 pm
Antioch Writers’ Workshop Reading & Wine Tasting

Wednesday, July 21, 6-7 pm
Ten Percent Club meeting
A group of local citizens who are committed to reducing their carbon footprints by 10% per year. Open to the public.

Saturday, July 24, 5-7 pm
Kosher Wine Tasting with Temple Sholom
open to the public; more information coming soon

Wednesday, July 28, 5-7 pm
Cribbage Club
Come and play cribbage with us! All are welcome. Lessons available.

Saturday, July 31, 4-6 pm
Art Closing Reception for Cindy Butler-Jones