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To purchase tickets, call 826-2271 or 619-1741 or visit scottjoplin.org.


WEDNESDAY


9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Various performers, Stauffacher Center, State Fair Community College, 3201 W. 16th St., free.


2 p.m.: Kickoff Concert, Stauffacher Theatre, State Fair Community College, 3201 W. 16th St., $20. Featuring Daniel Souvigny, Dalton Ridenhour, Dave Majchrzak, Frank Lavosi, Tom Brier, Jim Radloff, Steve Standiford, Max Keenlyside, Morgan Siever, Tex Wyndham, Terry Parrish and Adam Swanson.


8 p.m.: “The Entertainer” Concert, Stauffacher Theatre, State Fair Community College, 3201 W. 16th St., $30. Featuring Donal Ryan, Tex Wyndham, Stephanie Trick, Bill Edwards and Frederick Hodges.


After hours: Open piano, Best Western State Fair Inn, 3120 S. Limit Ave., free.


THURSDAY


Throughout day: Various performers, Gazebo Park, between Second and Third streets, free.


Throughout day: Mini-concerts and open piano, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., free.


9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Various performers, Maple Leaf Club Site, First Street and Lamine Avenue, free.


9 a.m. to noon: Symposiums, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue, $5.


10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Various performers, John Stark Pavilion, Fifth Street and Ohio Avenue, free.


11 a.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


Noon: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Sue Keller and Dave Majchrzak.


1 p.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


2 p.m.: “Ragtime Revelations” Concert, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue, $20. Featuring Max Keenlyside, Jacob Adams, Martin Spitznagel, Stephanie Trick and mystery guest.


3 p.m.: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Jim Radloff and Steve Standiford.


5 p.m.: Donor’s Only Party, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., $30 minimum donation. Performers TBD.


8 p.m.: “Easy Winners” Concert, Stauffacher Center, State Fair Community College, 3201 W. 16th St., $30. Featuring Bryan Wright, Adam Swanson, David Refkin with Dave Majchrzak, and Phillip Dyson & The Elite Syncopators.


After hours: Open piano, Best Western State Fair Inn, 3120 S. Limit Ave., free.


FRIDAY


Throughout day: Various performers, Gazebo Park, between Second and Third streets, free.


Throughout day: Mini-concerts and open piano, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., free.


9 a.m. to noon: Symposiums, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue, $5.


9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Various performers, Maple Leaf Club Site, First Street and Lamine Avenue, free.


10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Various performers, John Stark Pavilion, Fifth Street and Ohio Avenue, free.


11 a.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


Noon: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Elite Syncopators.


1 p.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


1 p.m.: Gary Kremer, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., $10, reservations required.


2 p.m.: “Pleasant Moments: A Festival of James Scott” Concert, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue, $20. Featuring Dave Majchrzak, Donal Ryan, Frederick Hodges, Tom Brier and Sue Keller.


3 p.m.: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Rhythmia.


4 p.m.: Ragtime Dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., $30.


8 p.m.: “Cradle of Ragtime: Nothin’ But Fats (Waller, That Is)” Concert, Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd., $30. Featuring Dalton Ridenhour, Paul Asaro, Brian Holland and Jeff Barnhart.


After hours: Open piano, Best Western State Fair Inn, 3120 S. Limit Ave., free.


JUNE 8


Throughout day: Various performers, Gazebo Park, between Second and Third streets, free.


Throughout day: Mini-concerts and open piano, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., free.


Morning TBD: Eric Bronson (author of “King of Rags”) book signing, courthouse, 415 S. Ohio Ave., free.


9 a.m.: Turn of the Century Fashion Contest and Award Ceremony, courthouse, 415 S. Ohio Ave., free.


9 a.m.: Master Class, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue.


9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Various performers, Maple Leaf Club Site, First Street and Lamine Avenue, free.


10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Sheet music swap meet, courthouse, 415 S. Ohio Ave., free.


10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Various performers, John Stark Pavilion, Fifth Street and Ohio Avenue, free.


11 a.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


Noon: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Fredrick Hodges and Ann Gibson.


1 p.m.: Dance lessons, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free.


2 p.m.: “Legacy of Scott Joplin” Concert, United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue, $20. Featuring John Remmers, Rhythmia, and Philip Dyson & The Elite Syncopators.


3 p.m.: Tea dance, Cakewalk Hall, Nostalgia Vintage Apparel, 219 S. Ohio Ave., free. Featuring Bryan Wright and Susan and Dina Young.


5 p.m.: Ragtime Angels’ Party, Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., $300 minimum donation. Performers TBD.


8 p.m.: Ragtime Music Hall Concert, Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd., $32. Featuring Frederick Hodges, Adam Swanson, Paul Asaro, Sue Keller, Martin Spitznagel, Tex Wyndham, Brian Holland, Phillip Dyson & The Elite Syncopators, and Jeff Barnhart.


After hours: Open piano, Best Western State Fair Inn, 3120 S. Limit Ave., free.


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