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March Against Fracking
A “March Against Fracking” will start at 11 a.m. on Feb. 11 at the Kent Stage in downtown Kent. Attendees, led by musicians, will march to the rock at Kent State University's front campus, then back to the Kent Stage. A rally will be held either inside the theater or at Hometown Plaza, depending on the weather. The speakers will be Dr. Ted Voneida, an environmentalist, and Jaimie Frederick, a Coitsville, Ohio, resident who will share how fracking chemicals have affected her life.
For more information, contact Mary Greer of Concerned Citizens of Ohio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About The Kent Stage
Housed inside an old theater, The Kent Stage brings nationally-renowned music acts to this university town with surprising frequency. Most of the bigger names are folk or indie types, but the occasional comedian lands here from time to time as well. The Kent Stage is also the scene of a few local school/community theater group productions. A calendar on the website is the most current source of news and scheduling information for the venue. Tickets can be purchased at the stage and from several other downtown shops such as SpinMore Records next door and Woodsy's on Water Street. The Kent Stage serves beer and a limited food menu.
Other events here
- Mary Chapin Carpenter @ The Kent Stage Mon, Jul 13, 2020, 8:00 pm–10:00 pm