If you are a guy and have a special gal you need to please this
Valentine’s Day, I have the answer. Also, if you are someone just
looking for a good comedy release in the midst of this treacherous
winter we are going through, I have the answer for you too. First
Federal of Van Wert and the Niswonger Performing Arts Center invite you
on Saturday, Feb. 15 to “The “Not So” Newlywed Game.” You will watch,
enjoy, laugh and perhaps even participate and win some “cool” prizes,
including the opportunity to win $100,000!
Emmy-award winning game
show host, Bob Eubanks will be coming to town to share some of the
funniest “blooper” moments from TV’s “The Newlywed Game.” Eubanks will
be providing commentary and insight to the behind the scenes of one of
TV’s most successful and popular game shows of all-time. We have a
couple celebrity guests lined up to participate in the “Not So” Newlywed
Come and laugh with Van Wert’s own Safety Service Director
Jay Fleming and his wife, school teacher Kim Fleming. Also see Van Wert
County Commissioner Thad Lichtensteiger and his wife, Deb, as they put
it on the line to answer Bob Eubank’s questions of the night. Bob will
also come out in the audience and select some couples to join them in
rounding out the panel. Don’t worry, no one will be forced, but there
will be enticing prizes and a lot of fun for those selected!
Candy and a dinner are fine, but good entertainment and laughter goes
a lot further. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and you can still get some
tickets by calling the box office at (419) 238-6722 or going on-line at
www.npacvw.org. It’s been a busy time at the Niswonger in the past three
weeks with Kellie Pickler, the Cinderella Ballet, and The Addam’s
Family Broadway Show. Nearly three thousand people have attended these
three concerts and each show has brought a different audience. We are
regularly seeing people from out of town attending our concerts.
weekend will attract locals as well as people throughout the region as
Community Health Professionals present their annual Ohio Has Talent. It
all happens this Saturday, Feb. 8 and it begins at 7 p.m. Tickets may be
purchased at the Niswonger box office or Community Health Professionals
on Westwood Drive. Come and support some talented performers as well as
a super cause- the good work of the Community Health Professionals.
last plug: this is for all of you who have had enough of this winter.
The Lima Symphony Orchestra is performing this Saturday at the Lima
Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.
One of the pieces we are performing is
Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring. Now, what could be more timely than
to hear the music that will make you dream about the beautiful scenes
and sounds of springtime in Appalachia? And to make you even more
wanting, a big multi-media three screen picturesque presentation will
accompany the music.
Hang in there, spring is just around the
corner. In the meantime, you might want to dream a little with the Lima
Symphony Orchestra this Saturday.