September First Fridays will stretch over the entire month!
Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Good self-care is key to improved mood and reduced anxiety. Now more than ever, self-care needs to be a priority for everyone.
Our local downtown businesses have all you need to practice self-care. For everything from aromatherapy to yoga and vinyl albums to craft beer, tune in throughout the month of September to see what our downtown Goshen businesses recommend for your self-care needs!
GC’s Career Networks is hosting this virtual meetup with GC art grad Sarah Swartzendruber. RSVP to email@example.com to get an invite!
Sarah Swartzendruber has a passion for bringing business and user needs together to create purposeful experiences. She earned a BA in Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design from Goshen College in 2007 and has since pursued a career in experience design, specifically focusing in the digital format. Currently, Sarah leads a team of User Experience Designers and Researchers at Transamerica, where she focuses on improving digital marketing touchpoints as well as enterprise software experiences for a wide range of retirement customers.
Doors open at 8am!! Come get your RSD limited releases!
There will be three (3) DROP dates this year – Saturday, August 29, Saturday, September 26, and Saturday, October 24. Check the RSD official website for updates and soon you will able to see which releases will be dropped on what date!
Plus we have a great concert at 7:30pm with the Charlie Menard Band and Sanchez Agency
Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners and employees as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1400 independently owned record stores in the US and thousands of similar stores internationally. The first Record Store Day took place on April 19, 2008. Today there are Record Store Day participating stores on every continent except Antarctica.
The 9th Annual Michiana Pottery Tour is virtual this year!
Join us starting Saturday, September 26, at 10 am for a virtual opening of our tour. Check out michianapotterytour.com to find information and links to virtual shops for our 27 artists:
Mark Goertzen (@markgoertzenpottery )
Troy Bungart (@troybungart )
Norah Amstutz (@norahruthpotter )
Sam Hostert (@shostert )
Dick Lehman (@dicklehman )
Bruce Bishop (@brucieducie )
Meredith McGriff (@caughtupinclay )
Fuzzy Schwartz (@artbyfuzzy )
Jennifer Kaplan (@jennifersuekaplan )
Andrew Linderman (@lindermanpottery )
Denise Schwartz (@studiod_pottery )
Sadie Misiuk (@sadiemisiukceramics )
Dow Redcorn (@dowredcorn )
Susan Messer McBride (@susanmessermcbride )
Anna Szafranski (@annaszafranski )
Alec Hoogland (@alechooglandceramics )
Justin Rothshank (@jrothshank )
Keith Hershberger (@kghershberger )
Kyle Guymon (@kyleguymonpottery )
Dawn Candy (@littlesisterpottery )
Liz Pechacek (@lizpechacek )
Julie Crosby (@juliecrosbypottery )
Zach Tate (@zachtate_artist )
Lorie Marsh (@loriemarshceramics )
Seth Green (@greenpottery )
Joel Pisowicz (@joel_pisow_pots )
Amy Smith (@amysmithporcelain )
Throw on your lederhosen and come party with us! This year’s Oktoberfest celebration will feature beer releases, including Bexbach 2020, our Oktoberfest Marzen. We’ll have delicious German Schlachteplatte along with our regular menu offerings, and traditional Oktoberfest music pumping through our speakers to put some oom-pah in your step!
Admission is free, but you must be seated by the greeter to be on the lawn, and our social distancing rules remain in place.
Oktoberfest costumes are encouraged. Prost!
Your tickets to the March 14 show will be good for this show. Seats have been capped. A few generals are left.
National award-winning guitarist Michael Kelsey will bring his group for an evening of acoustic rock. Michael and the guys make use of technology, improv skills, objects in the room, and audience interaction to make music for the ears but more importantly a musical experience for the senses.
ALL AGES | Doors 7:00PM | Show 7:30PM |$12 GEN | $18 Reserved Seats | Ignition Music Garage 120 E Washington St. Goshen
It is clear that we won’t be able to gather in person during Homecoming Weekend, but we’re working hard to create a virtual homecoming experience that leaves you feeling connected, entertained and fulfilled.
We have plans for virtual guest speakers, panel discussions, pre-recorded concerts, trivia, virtual class reunions and more in a Virtual Homecoming Week, Sept. 27 through Oct. 4, 2020.