Peter Nune and the Hermits of Herman

19:30 Friday

Peter Noon returns to the Niswonger Performing Arts Center Van Vert with his musical talent, wit and beautiful features. Ticket prices range from $ 35 to $ 59 and are available online at No one achieved international recognition in the 1960s as the lead band of Herman’s Hermits. Now you can hear hits like “Mrs. Brown, you have a sweet daughter “,” No milk today “,” The end of the world “,” These doors swing in both directions “and” I am Henry VIII “.

William Close and The Earth Harf

7: 30-10: 30 pm Saturday

William Close and The Earth Harp Collective will perform at The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts, 200 W. Main Cross St., Findlay. The harmonious sounds of the harp of the Earth, entered in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s largest stringed instrument that can be played, fill the air when the Center becomes part of the harp. Long strings are built into the architecture itself, making each performance a little different.

Concert band in the Lima area

19:30 Saturday

The Lima Area Concert Band begins its 2022 season with “Wondrous Winds and Precious Percussion”. Tickets cost $ 15 through or at the Vons Jewelry and Civic Center box office. These 70 volunteer musicians share their love of music at these events. Saturday’s show features trumpeter Wayne Bergeron, a Yamaha performer and a Concord recording performer from Los Angeles. Such a combination should be an unforgettable expression of their love for music.

A total eclipse

9pm Sunday

The Schoonover Observatory will be open for visits from 9pm Sunday to Monday morning to see a total lunar eclipse with members of the Lima Astronomical Society. The total eclipse is expected to begin at 21:32, peak at 00:11 and end at 00:54. and view on a 60-inch monitor in the conference room below. If desired, visitors can also look through a telescope. If clouds or rain interfere with viewing, an eclipse will still be visible on the monitor through a remote viewing location somewhere where the sky is clear. Admission is free.

Battle icons

12-6 p.m. Wednesday

The American Red Cross encourages everyone to respond to the call and donate blood during the bleeding in Augleis County “Battle of the Badges” at Beckwith Hall, 504 Glynwood Road, Wapakoneta. The event, organized by the First United Methodist Church, will be attended by first aid staff in an attempt to “Return to the Blue.” Residents are urged to support their favorite law enforcement officer. The Red Cross reports a blood shortage. Required entry in the Wapakoneta Red Cross via 1-800-733-2767 or


• The Linda Ronstadt Experience: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Marathon Center for Performing Arts, 200 W. Main Cross St., Findlay. $ 22 and $ 29 tickets through

• Laurel Oaks Garage Sale: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 120 Chickadee Place, Elida. Free.

• Patio party with Dustin Heats: Thursday from 6pm to 10pm, venue for weddings and events Hawthorne, 19, 1000 Fetter Road, Lima. Free.

• Josh Melton Night in Nashville: 8:30 p.m. Friday, Legacy Arts Building, 230 N. Main St., Lima. $ 20 through

• Limaland Poetry Slam: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Vibe Coffee House & Cafe, 311 E. Market St., Lima. Donations $ 3, free registration.

• Another night of laughter: Saturday show at 9:45 p.m., doors open at 7:45 p.m. FOP Lodge, 750 W. Robb Ave., Lima. Admission is $ 40, table with six for $ 250 is 419-516-9111 or 567-242-3303. Comedy by Mike Sampo, Josh Adams, Melanie Hearn and DJ Cube.

• Pancake Day Club Van Wert: 7 a.m. Saturday, Van Wert High School, 10694 State Route 118 South, Van Wert.

• Women’s Tea: Sunday 3:30 to 3:30 p.m., Congregation Church of Homer, 7350 Gomer Road, Homer. $ 10 per person. Book through Sue Grusenmeier at 419-236-0289, Deb Thomas at 419-230-4344 or Joyce Larrymore at 419-234-4220.

Photo courtesy of the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts.

Ron Bell of Lima smiles as he takes blood from a technician from the Liz Haynes Collection of Fort Wayne during the Battle for Badges, which took place at the Red Cross on Tuesday afternoon. Amanda Wilson – The Lima News

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Photo courtesy of Lima Area Concert Band

Photo courtesy of the Lima Astronomical Society

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