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WaterFire Welcomes Santana Tribute Band, Evil Ways

Evil Ways – the Midwest’s Premier SANTANA tribute band, will perform a concert on the WaterFire main stage beginning at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 27th. Faithfully re-creating an authentic Santana concert, you will not want to miss this great music as WaterFire closes out its 20
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Greenville Symphony Orchestra Returns to WaterFire

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra will make a return appearance to WaterFire on September 27th.  Performing at 5:00 p.m. at the Penn State Shenango Auditorium, this concert is free and open to the public, and seats will be available on a first come – first served basis.  Anyone who sa
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Volunteer Spotlight: Katherine Huff

At the very first WaterFire in 2013, Katherine and friends from St John’s Episcopal Church provided a Caring Station…a place for changing babies, a bit of privacy for nursing mothers, and a cooling center for people with health issues.  The station continues to be a part o
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Artist Spotlight: Linda Brink

Linda Brink’s work will represent Sharon’s September 27th, 2014 WaterFire. Motion- “NIGHT MOVES”  LINDA R. BRINK- Watercolor Artist             ABOUT THE ARTIST Linda Brink is an accomplished watercolorist who currently resides in Brookfield OH. He
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Community Food Warehouse 5K: Win $1000!

The theme for the last WaterFire of the season is MOTION.  what better way to get the day’s festivities in motion than to sign up for the Community Food Warehouse’s Fifth Annual 5K/2 Mile Walk to End Hunger which will be held in downtown Sharon.  Anyone who crosses the fin
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Industry Weapon assists WaterFire Sharon

WaterFire Sharon is excited to partner with digital signage stalwart, Industry Weapon (IW).  The August 23rd event will feature a digital display located near the merchandise tent and will stream real-time social media posts as well as information about WaterFire and events.   Wh
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Children’s Activity Tent

The Children’s programming for WaterFire Sharon Origins will focus on scientific discovery and old school fun as diverse community organizations come together to provide educational play experiences for our younger visitors. Students and faculty from Laurel Technical Institute (LTI) a
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Leon Sam Briggs to Perform Traditional Blessing on the Shenango

Leon Sam Briggs, is an enrolled Tonawanda Seneca whose native name is Hoya’degayhus – (he helps always) hawk clan.  In 2004, he was ordained as a spiritual leader of the American Metis Aboriginal Association. Briggs will perform a traditional blessing called “smudging” at WaterFire on
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WaterFire Sharon Welcomes the Sharpsville Blue Devil Jazz Band

The Sharpsville Blue Devil Jazz Band, under the direction of Jacob Moon, is consistently one of the best high school jazz bands in our area. The ensemble has a proud history of performing for festivals at a number of venues including Westminster College, Seneca Valley High School, Mer
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Artist Spotlight: Jeff Piper

WaterFire Sharon welcomes back artist, Jeff Piper.  Jeff  lives in North East Ohio with his wife Molly and 3 sons.  Jeff Has been a high school art teacher for 10 years as his main career, but paints and displays his work in his free time.  He currently displays his work in Columbus,
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