Longtime photojournalist and COURIER publisher Peter Weinberger is featured at The Colony at Loft 204 through the end of February with a large-print photography exhibition titled “Off the Beaten Path.” These limited edition large-scale landscape images are sized to order in vivid color. The images, including panoramas, focus on stunning scenery from throughout the country not seen by the casual observer. An opening reception will be held Friday, February 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. Meet the artist from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Complimentary refreshments will be served throughout the evening and live musical accompaniment by Curt Phillips will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Pomona College presents “Taped Together” on Sunday, February 2 includes music for violin, piano and electronics at 8 p.m. Pomona College faculty violinist Sarah Thornblade and pianist Vicki Ray will perform music for violin, piano and electronics by Eric Chasalow, Mario Davidovsky, Tom Flaherty, Yannis Kyriakides, Morton Subotnick and Jacob TV. Pomona College Bridges Hall of Music, 150 E. Fourth St., Claremont. Contact email@example.com or call (909) 607-2671 or visit: www.music.pomona.edu.
Vom Fass—the funky new vinegar, oil and spirits boutique—is taking Claremont by storm. With their try-anything approach the international retailer is drawing in people from far and wide eager to come in for a taste. On Thursday night Vom Fass partnered up with the Cheese Cave, Regal Wine Co. and The Chocolate Angel for an intimate night of tastings including six different cheese, wine and chocolate pairings.
ISRAELI FOLK DANCE Israeli folk dances are based on Biblical and modern songs, and the influence of immigrants from around the world. There are mostly circle and line dances that are taught during the first part of the evening for beginners and later the whole group joins in dance. Claremont Masonic Lodge, 272 W. Eighth St., Claremont. Open to all, from ages 14 and up. Monday, January 27 from 7 to 10 p.m. $5 for each evening.
“Brews & Bros” Dale Bros. Brewery’s 11th anniversary benefiting the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) on Saturday, January 25. Festivities include live music by Powerflex 5 and The Dogs plus activities like the Chalkmobile, giant Jenga, cornhole and hula-hoops. Twenty-five breweries will be present with 50 brews.
The Locker Next 2 Mine, a full-length “dramedy” by Jonathan Dorf, runs January 16, 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. $9 (or $10 at the door) at Claremont High School. For Alisa, it’s already tough being a mid-year arrival in her junior year. To make matters worse, her locker is next to a sprawling shrine for Beth Turner, a lacrosse player who died a year earlier. While Alisa tries to eke out space for her books, the popular “M Squad” harasses the rest of the school into a state of non-stop remembrance for Beth. But when Alisa befriends Brady, a former student reporter, she discovers another recent death that was completely overshadowed by Beth’s, leaving many students feeling isolated. Can the students band together to acknowledge these losses and begin to heal?
“Creatures of B.R. Guthrie,” is an exhibition, which focuses on a collection of original creatures and beasties inspired by the sci-fi and fantasy genre. The artworks shown are prints of digital work as well as traditional pencil work with digital coloring. On exhibition through January 31 at Buddhamouse Emporium, located at 134 Yale Ave., Claremont.
Photographer David Behar presents an exhibition of urban landscapes. In addition to framed pieces on display, unframed prints and Mr. Behar’s photography book will be available for purchase through January 31 at The Colony at Loft 204 in the Claremont Packing House.