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15 Jan

Something To do In January!

January is now half over with temps around 0 degrees and snow about a foot deep but that means spring is just that much closer!
But if you are experiencing cabin fever, then you might consider a trip to Oberlin to hear and meet an Oberlin College allumus who is an author, actor, playwright, Pulitzer Prize finalist, nominee for 2 Tony awards, star of six solo off Broadway shows, novelist, film actor, and one of the stars of Law and Order – Criminal Intent. This energetc and talented performer, who plays Captain Danny Ross on LOCT, is Mr. Eric Bogosian.
He will be in Oberlin on Wednesday, February 4, as part of the 2009 Oberlin Convocation Series. His performance will be held at Finney Chapel at 8:00 P.M. and admission is free. Since you will need to drive home late, you might want to consider staying at Hallauer House B & B and start out for home the next day. Now I know this performace is mid-week and getting a day off from work might be difficult, but a vacation day in February might be just the break you need to get you through the rest of the winter!
If you have a couple of days vacation time coming, then you might consider staying over so you can attend the performace of Mr. Bogosian’s play, subUrbia. It will be performed by Oberlin students on Jan. 30, 31 and Feb. 3, 5, 6, and 7th. The play, a caustic portrait of contemporary suburban life, follows a group of young people in their early twenties as they spend the night in a mini-mall parking lot. The play will be performed at Hall Auditorium at 8 P.M. with ticket prices set at $8.00 or $6.00 for seniors 55+.
So think about it! Check back through the Blog for the January/February special and then give us a call to book your February get away. You know you want to! And you won’t be disappointed!

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