Arts
9:30 am
Fri July 12, 2013

Sunday is the Second...Second Sunday on Main

Second Sunday on Main (SSOM) returns July 14 for its second event of the season. SSOM runs 12-5 PM in historic Over-The-Rhine and is always free.

In addition to special Pride events like the annual Drag Races and Dykes on Trykes, a performance by St. Louis’ So Many Dynamos, Moerlein beer garden, the Celebrity Chef Series and food from local food trucks and vendors, several vendors, organizations, shops and galleries will host sales and specials. Take a peek at what Second Sunday has to offer this month:

Art on the Streets
Special Artist Performances (two performance tents)

12:00 p.m. Terri Burch and Hoop Roots, Inc. hooping, and Elementz hiphop dance
1:00 p.m. Pamela Maurer singersongwriter, and Serenity Fisher singersongwriter
2:00 p.m. Brittany Gillstrap singersongwriter, and Terri Burch and Hoop Roots, Inc. hooping
3:00 p.m. Tim Caudill guitar, and Preston Charles violin
4:00 p.m. Serenity Fisher singersongwriter, and Brittany Gillstrap singersongwriter

Herbalife’s “Second Sunday Shed”

Herbalife will kick off its “Second Sunday Shed,” a three month weight loss challenge. Weigh-ins wil take place July 14th and October 13th from 12 pm – 4 pm. Your $10 registration fee will go toward the winnings. Awards will be given based on highest percentage lost and most inches lost. Free wellness coaching is available. Winners will be announced at the final weigh-in at Second Sunday on Main on October 13th (must be present to win).

Featured Main Street Merchant Specials:

Park + VineShiny Happy Sidewalk Sale featuring Shiny and the Spoon
1202 Main Street

Sift through the contents of Park + Vine’s sale items and make them an offer! Listen to Amber and Jordan from Shiny and the Spoon play for a few hours from 1 to 5 p.m. while you’re here.

The Spotted Magpie“The Art of Re-Imagining” Opening
1420 Main Street

Upcycology Lab will make its debut at The Spotted Magpie. Upcycology Lab makes furniture, home accessories, art pieces, garden decor and whatever imagination can create with what others consider junk. They re-create, re-imagine, re-invent, re-design new things with old ones.

 You Do Yoga
1319 Main Street

Acro-Yoga open house all afternoon

 Art Beyond Boundaries
1410 Main Street

Free face painting and a musical performance by Baba Charles and the Community Drummers

frameshop
1317 Main Street

Look for a quirky and fun activity on the street