ArtBites Luncheon and Gallery Talk with Ashley Jones
Saturday, February 17th
Enjoy lunch and meet and discuss the Exhibit with Ashley Jones
$15 in advance; $18 at the door
Register online or call 814.535.2020. Advance reservation strongly suggested.
AFRO N’AT and
The Augmented Triad!
Saturday, Feb. 17
We are celebrating love, music and good times! Join us at the Bottle Works for an amazing concert featuring two great bands– AFRO N’AT and The Augmented Triad!
Pre sale tickets are $10; and $15 at the door.
To order tickets online, stop by the Bottle Works (411 Third Ave.) or call 814.535.2020
About the Bands:
Forged in the steel mills of Johnstown, PA, AFRO N’AT is a new group bringing a unique brand of hand-crafted funk n’at to the scene. Brought together by a love of all things groovy, the group delivers tunes that fuse horn-driven 60s/70s funk together with AFRO-inspired beats and rhythms that is sure to get you on your feet. C’mon, and…GET DOWN WITH THE GET DOWN.
Rich Williams … Trumpet
Alec Zander Redd … Alto/Bari Saxophone
Mere Kae Redd … Trombone/Euphonium
Tom Foolery Buchko … Trombone
Matt Partsch … Guitar
Randy Penrod … Bass
Elias Ghantous … Percussion
SCOTT JEFFREYS AND THE AUGMENTED TRIAD
Fusion Jazz Taken Deep, Wide, And Outside. Complex, high energy, hard driving fusion compositions that pull influences from across a wide range of styles, genres, and composers. From Frank Zappa to Thelonius Monk, and King Crimson to Bob Marley to Stravinsky. Prepare to have your mind blown and your soul lifted.
Dominick Peruso Jr.-Drums/Percussion
The Valentine’s Day
After Glow Jam
Saturday, February 17th – 7:00pm – 11:00pm
We are celebrating love, life, and good times at the Bottle Works with music two amazing bands: AFRO N’AT & THE AUGMENTED TRIAD.
More details to come. Advance tickets will be available. Spread the word and we’ll see you there!
Struggles In Steel Viewing
Sunday, February 18th 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Struggles In Steel: A Story of African-American Steelworkers is a fascinating and moving one-hour documentary that chronicles the little-known history of Black steelworkers.
More than 70 veteran African-American workers from America’s “Steel Belt,” recounts their complex history — a story of grueling work combined with heart-breaking discrimination and unfulfilled potential.
Following the viewing, there will be a brief discussion with former Black Steelworkers from Johnstown, PA.
This viewing is open to the public; suggested donation of $5.
To reserve your seat please call 814.535.2020, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Soul of the South Ethnic Dinner
Friday, February 23rd at
Soul of the South Ethnic Dinner
Part of the BW’ Black History Month United by Love Celebration
Join us at 6 PM in the Art Works’ Events Room on Friday, Feb. 23.
We are crossing the Mason- Dixon Line to experience the “Soul of the South”! The Bottle Works Community Cooks
Tickets are $22 per person; $20 for BW Members. Payment is due upon reservation. Don’t forget! If you attended January’s Ethnic Dinner and donated to the Cambria County Backpack Program, you may use the $5 voucher
The second annual NatureWorks event will be held Saturday, March 3 from 10 AM – 2 PM at the BOTTLE WORKS in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.
Over a dozen conservation and outdoor recreation organizations will offer interactive, “hands-on” activities and education for children and adults. Make chalk from iron oxide recovered from an abandoned mine drainage treatment system, tie fishing flies, compare your “wingspan” to birds of prey, view live reptiles and amphibians, experience a photo op in a kayak, learn about local rivers and trails, and much more! Afterwards, stretch your legs on the refurbished Incline Plane Trail and learn about that project and ways you can become involved.
This event is free and open to the public, though donations to benefit the BOTTLE WORKS are appreciated.
NatureWorks is sponsored in part by the Stonycreek Conemaugh River Improvement Project.