2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
2021 Yellow Springs Giving & Gifting Catalogue
Nov
29
2021

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  • Antioch College Class of 2021

    Antioch College held a mostly virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 26, for the 12 graduates of the Class of 2021.

  • 10 for 10

    The 10-Minute Play Festival celebrated its 10th year with this season, offering up seven plays by local and national playwrights.

  • Proud crowd

    In spite of the heat last Saturday, June 26, villagers and out-of-towners alike gathered in celebration of the 10th Annual Yellow Springs Pride Parade, which toured many neighborhood streets before making the grand pass up Xenia Avenue. The crowd was estimated at 3,000, cheering on approximately 20 participating vehicles.

  • Light show

    Late in the evening of Friday, June 18, a turbulent storm blew through the region. The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for several areas throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Greene County.

  • Juneteenth in Yellow Springs

    Harmonica master and consummate performer Frédéric Yonnet performed his possible final “summer camp” show of the year at Rose & Sal Mercantile on Dayton Street last Saturday, June 12, with his “Band With No Name” and several guest musicians.

  • Top guns

    Welcome to Kyle Truitt’s weekly outdoor fitness classes. He calls them “Bootcamps.”

  • Blow out

    Harmonica master and consummate performer Frédéric Yonnet performed his possible final “summer camp” show of the year at Rose & Sal Mercantile on Dayton Street last Saturday, June 12, with his “Band With No Name” and several guest musicians.

  • Street smarts

    The YSHS Class of 2021 followed in the tire treads of last year’s graduates with a motor parade through the village before commencement exercises Thursday, May 27.

  • Wink on the wing

    An eastern screech owl seemed to be in on a little private joke with photographer Kathleen Galarza, who spotted the raptor across the street from the Yellow Springs Methodist Church last week.

  • Street art

    This spring, Mills Lawn School sixth graders continued an annual tradition — after a break last year — of painting a car. The “art car” tradition dates back to 2008, and for many of the years, the cars lent to the project have been one of Joe Ayers’ Toyota Camrys, as it is this year.

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