If the four-leaf clover bedecking the sign outside doesn?t give it away, then the myriad Guinness memorabilia inside Hannigan's Pub is a sure indication that the drinking spot celebrates Ireland?s affinity for good beer. Guests can toss back a few brews while challenging friends to a game of pool or sample the menu's wings, burgers, and tacos. In addition to libations and snacks, the pub sells lotto tickets, so patrons can play their birthday numbers or the birthday number of the luckier looking guy two seats over.
For three days in June, the Ohio Celtic Fest transports Midwesterners to the Emerald Isle with authentic music, dance, and merriment. Intended for Irish-Americans and non-Irish alike, the festival cultivates a connection with the old country through multiple performance stages filled with Irish musicians from the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Merchants offer an array of Celtic-themed gifts, jewelry, and embroidered goods, and a children’s area offers entertainment for the little ones, which can include puppet and magic shows, and a petting zoo.
So much more than just teaching kids self-defense, martial arts develop invaluable real-world skills such as respect, self-discipline, and understanding every reference in The Karate Kid. At ATA Martial Arts, instructors work with kids as young as 4 years old to begin developing the skills and mindset necessary to move through the rainbow of belts.