Fiery Irish reels, Gypsy fiddle tunes of Romania, and haunting melodies will fill the air when Central Ohio’s renowned Celtic group, LONE RAVEN takes center stage at the Palace.
A favorite among many concert-goers, the band performs an eclectic blend of traditional music from various areas of the world, as well as their own original compositions. The group uses over 20 instruments in their performances, including a variety of unique ethnic instruments. Their instrumentals are fueled by the twin fiddles of Elizabeth Blickenstaff and Kara Markley. Adding layers of instrumental depth are a rhythm section driven by the skilled hand of Craig Markley and award-winning guitar playing by Neil Jacobs. Additionally, Kara’s highly acclaimed vocal stylings are showcased throughout the concert, performing songs in both English and Irish Gaelic.
Don’t miss this concert that sold out the May Pavilion in 2014! Reserved Seating $15.
All wrestling teams that have qualified from regionals will be attending this tournament. It is state-wide and includes all four districts. For more information visit www.ohiowaywrestling.com.
The Marion County Historical Society will present first person portrayals program inside Heritage Hall. Courageous participants explore the dimly lit museum with flashlights, meet historic personalities and discover many new things about the past as they travel among exhibits throughout the historic 1910 era Federal Post Office that spring to life to tell their stories. Some of the characters have been the 121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Soldiers which roam and tell their story of the many battles they have fought showing and explaining their muskets and knives. Gypsy Queen, Cleo roams the halls and local legend says she was the head of a tribe of Brazilian gypsies and died in Marion County near Meeker in 1905. Meet Annie Oakley, The Gardner Sisters, Chief Plenty Coups, Lucy Webb Hayes and more.