Called “a jewel in this community” by the Lima News, the Lima Symphony Orchestra has been consistently performing inspiring classical performances since 1953. In "From Russia with Love," the symphony’s talented soundsmiths will recreate Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique and Sergei Prokofiev‘s Violin Concerto no. 1, anchored by the solo stylings of acclaimed Bulgarian violinist Alexandrina Boyanova. "The Power of Percussion" will kinetically present a collection of classic choral music, as well as up-and-coming percussion soloist Lisa Pegher, who can rhythmically tap on everything from the drums to Danny DeVito’s head. To reserve seats, concertgoers can call or stop by the box office with their Groupons Monday–Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check out the seating chart here. All seats are open to all ticket buyers on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are required.
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Dance NY Style's cadre of instructors incorporates calisthenics and music to channel the unbridled dynamism of toddlers in fun-filled capering classes. The instructors in the TGI Playday session shepherd flocks of younglings with the ease of a border collie baby-sitter through 2.5-hours of dance, arts and crafts, stories, and snacks. Alternatively, the Toddler Time Dance—designed for toddlers ages 2 and up—melds creative gesticulations with auditory stimulation to hatch incubating creativity. Props and stories help kids stay in character during imagination dance routines with such themes as Princess Cinderella Going to the Ball and Pirates of the Caribbean. Reservations for either activity must be made 24 hours in advance. Call for the most current schedule and to book your appointment.
Authentic Pit BBQ Hickory & Applewood Smoked Started in 2003 offering Catering and Fund Raising Services. Everything on our menu is home-made from scratch. If you are looking for "Real BBQ" that tastes great and service that is professional but personal, call Buckeye Boys BBQ for your next event.
Cricket's Tavern is known just as much for its food as for its friendly confines and ample selection of brews. The menu is chock-full of soups, sandwiches, burgers, seafood, sandwiches, and noodles served in heaping helpings. Warm up from the inside with hearty spoonfuls of new england clam chowder ($2.25 for a cup, $4.25 for a bowl) with a side of garlic texas toast ($0.75), which contains more oil derricks than other toasts. Or, dunk mozzarella stix ($3.95) and cheddar pints ($3.45) in a cup of spicy cheese ($1.25) to put enough cheese in your tummy for it to declare itself related to a cow. Seafood options include crab cakes ($7.25), two-piece beer-battered cod ($8.95), shrimp gumbo ($8.95), and barbecue beer-battered shrimp ($8.75). The jukebox is free every Wednesday night, and there's Karaoke on Tuesday nights.
Games and grilled food fill Wedgewood Pub & Grill, where televisions showcase the latest in professional sports and menus showcase an assortment of classic bar eats. Between bites of deep-fried green beans served with a side of ranch-wasabi sauce ($6) diners can explore the juicy strata of the house's half-pound burger layered with all the tasty trimmings ($8). Before 9 p.m. kids can pull up a highchair and fight their parents for pieces from platters of Wedgewood chips—housemade potato chips topped with melted gorgonzola cheese and sided with french-onion dip ($5). Slice-savorers play hide-and-seek with circulars such as the greek pizza succulently camouflaged by spinach, onions, black olives, tomatoes, and feta ($12 for 12 in.). Of-age quench-seekers may whet their whistles on one of Wedgewood's featured beers of the month or practice trick glass-clinking with any quaffs off of an extensive list of libations.