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Monday January 31, 2022
Start: 01/31/2022 13:24

Explore the music that started it all. The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra will pay tribute to the first musical legends who sang their way into history, including Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Ma Rainey, Louis Armstrong, and more.

Tuesday February 01, 2022
Start: 02/01/2022 11:40

Kelley Coures, executive director of Evansville's Department of Metropolitan Development, will give the keynote address for the Rotary Club's Black History of Evansville Program at Bally's Conference Center on Feb. 1.

Alice Cooper will be making a stop at the Old National Events Plaza on Feb. 1, touring for his newest album Detroit Stories. The record is a celebration of the sound and spirit of the Goldren Era of Detrait rock, and debuted on the Billboard Album Sales chart at #1 upon release in February.

Friday February 11, 2022

Monlove, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has announced the new dates for Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold, a touring live musical stage spectacular created by Ella Louise Allaire & Martin Lord Ferguson that will include Evansville on February 11, 2022. In Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold, fans of music, discovery, and gh-gh-ghosts!

Start: 02/11/2022 19:00

Nickelodeon star and YouTube sensation JoJo Siwa will come to Evansville on February 11 for her popular “D.R.E.A.M The Tour” concert. Siwa is a dancer, entrepreneur, social media influencer, and “New York Times” bestselling author.

Saturday February 12, 2022
Start: 02/12/2022 10:00

The Scholastic Chess Series will be held at the CK Newsome Community Center for local students, K-8, to compete on the weekends. Trophies will be offered to the top five performances in each section. Cost of registration is $15 if pre-registered or $20 at the door.

The Arc of Evansville will host The Really Big Show with a Roaring 20’s theme for its’ 20th Anniversary year on Feb. 12. The Really Big Show is a one-of-a-kind event for the whole family, featuring a variety of acts performed by community members and local household names. The Roaring 20’s anniversary show will highlight Gina Moore, the Children’s Choir of Evansville, the Central High School Choir, Newburgh’s own Little Dam Band, plus many more.

Thursday February 17, 2022
Start: 02/17/2022

USI Theatre continues its 2021-2022 live season with Stop Kiss. The production runs from Feb. 17-20 in the USI Performance Center located in UC east on USI’s campus.

In compliance with CDC guidelines and the USI COVID-19 Task Force, there will be a reduced number of seats available, and masks will be required in the Performance Center for the duration of the performance. Actors will be unmasked.

Ticket prices: USI Students $2, USI Employees & Alumni $10, Adults $12, Seniors (60+) $10, Non-USI Students $4

Friday February 18, 2022

USI Theatre continues its 2021-2022 live season with Stop Kiss. The production runs from Feb. 17-20 in the USI Performance Center located in UC east on USI’s campus.

In compliance with CDC guidelines and the USI COVID-19 Task Force, there will be a reduced number of seats available, and masks will be required in the Performance Center for the duration of the performance. Actors will be unmasked.

Ticket prices: USI Students $2, USI Employees & Alumni $10, Adults $12, Seniors (60+) $10, Non-USI Students $4

Saturday February 19, 2022

USI Theatre continues its 2021-2022 live season with Stop Kiss. The production runs from Feb. 17-20 in the USI Performance Center located in UC east on USI’s campus.

In compliance with CDC guidelines and the USI COVID-19 Task Force, there will be a reduced number of seats available, and masks will be required in the Performance Center for the duration of the performance. Actors will be unmasked.

Ticket prices: USI Students $2, USI Employees & Alumni $10, Adults $12, Seniors (60+) $10, Non-USI Students $4

Sunday February 20, 2022
Start: 02/17/2022
End: 02/20/2022

USI Theatre continues its 2021-2022 live season with Stop Kiss. The production runs from Feb. 17-20 in the USI Performance Center located in UC east on USI’s campus.

In compliance with CDC guidelines and the USI COVID-19 Task Force, there will be a reduced number of seats available, and masks will be required in the Performance Center for the duration of the performance. Actors will be unmasked.

Ticket prices: USI Students $2, USI Employees & Alumni $10, Adults $12, Seniors (60+) $10, Non-USI Students $4

Friday February 25, 2022
Start: 02/25/2022 18:00

Wine & Fries is an evening of wine, food and fun. All proceeds to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ohio Valley. Enjoy dueling pianos from Rock & Roll Pianos out of Nashville, Tennessee, a wine pull, silent auction, a featured wine drink, and McDonald’s World Famous Fries.

Saturday February 26, 2022
Start: 02/26/2022 10:00

Mark your caldendars for two pruning workshops at Hartman Arboretum. The topic for the 10 a.m. workshop is Pruning of Young Trees by Evansville City Arborist Shawn Dickerson. Some of the trees in the Arboretum will be used for the demonstration. If time permits, a trimming example of a shrub will be included. THe 11:30 a.m. workshop will be devoted to Small Fruit Management presented by Grant Hartman. Hartman will discuss blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Pruning is expecially important to keeping blueberries healthy and improving yield.

Start: 02/26/2022 10:00

The Scholastic Chess Series will be held at the CK Newsome Community Center for local students, K-8, to compete on the weekends. Trophies will be offered to the top five performances in each section. Cost of registration is $15 if pre-registered or $20 at the door.

Start: 02/26/2022 18:00

The Education Committee of the NAACP Evansville Branch, 3048-B will host its first annual adult talent show in 2022. "History in the Making!" is planned to take place on Saturday, February 26 at 6 p.m. at the Old National Events Center. In addition to highlighting the history of Black entertainment, this multicultural event will feature local artists of all talents - singing, dancing, comedy, drama, etc. Prizes include a $1,000 First Place Prize and a Community Choice prize of $500. Community Choice selection will be determined via online voting and open to the public.

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