Eventually he moved his business into a building about as small as his burgers. After Forest passed away, his wife Freda continued the business until the building was sold in 1988. In 1989, Freda’s granddaughter Marsha, reopened the business and eventually relocated to their current building on Miami St. The new building is only slightly bigger than the original, but the burgers remain the same. So, when you're in the mood for a good burger, or three, head on over to Crabill's Hamburgers. Bring your cash, and don’t forget the napkins.
Celebrate Ohio’s Freshwater Shrimp Harvest! Get your fill of mouth-watering seafood selections while enjoying a live music stage, multiple vendors, games and activities for the whole family. Explore live displays of fish, frogs, turtles and other native critters. Swing by the fish farm market for a taste of gourmet smoked trout products. Participate in the Trout Feeding Frenzy, sand castle play zone and our famous sturgeon pool, where you can pet Ohio’s largest native fish. Take home a souvenir t-shirt and enjoy the country atmosphere at the farm! Freshly harvested shrimp will be for sale beginning Saturday morning on Saturday, September 17th.
Saturday, June 25, 2022 from 10am-8pm
Sponsored by Malia Hughes with Fathom Realty and the WLBA
The Champaign County Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Friday, May 13th for Urbana's new Venezuelan restaurant, Abuela's Kitchen. Abuela's Kitchen is a Latin American restaurant, family-owned, and has a welcoming atmosphere. The eatery is located at 23 Monument Sq. Urbana, OH 43078, with the operating hours of Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday: 11:00 am-8:00 pm, Friday-Saturday 11:00 am- 9:00 pm, Sunday 11:00 am- 4:00 pm, and closed on Wednesdays.
Pictured left to right: Marcia Bailey, Derrick Fetz, Beth McCain , Rich Ebert, Carissa Sellman-Luza, Keelie Lyden, Kristin McIntire, Audra Bean, Ashley Mershon, Carmen Marulanda, Silvana Marulanda, Lizilbeth Molinares, Matt Davis, Heather Sheeley, Andrea Ortega, Madisyn Norris, Brett Neeley, Sandra Arbogast, Mike Arbogast, Michael Nitchman, and Chris Phelps
Stop by and pick out a beautiful, hand-crafted bowl designed by local artist, snag a soup to-go from local restaurants, and enjoy your meal, knowing that your $20 bowl purchase is going to help provide 120 meals to those in need.
The money collected from Empty Bowls goes directly to provide food for the Clark, Champaign, and Logan County neighbors who are facing food insecurities. 1 in 7 people in our area face hunger. Come show your support at the Champaign County Fairgrounds Merchants Building, 384 Park Ave, Urbana.
On Saturday from 12pm-2pm, the Easter Bunny will be in attendance to pass out candy filled eggs while taking pictures with families! Photos with the Easter Bunny will be at Beighliebird Photography, LLC (113 N. Detroit St). Cost is $5.
If you are interested in being a vendor please let the YMCA know if you will be in attendance. If you are unable to join, information will be sent out on the next meeting along with a vendor form to fill out.
For questions or if you would like to participate, contact Health Enhancement Director, Jennifer Leigh Payne at email@example.com or call 937-484-3562.
Updated on March 14th
Current participating restaurants and their offers are as follows:
Lets Eat Cake
Loretta's Country Kitchen
Terre Haute Mall
Jim's Pizza Chalet
Rockin Robin Diner
Dragonfly Vineyard and Wine Cellar
- 16" 2-Topping Pizza with Small Order of Wings for $20
- FREE Garlic Cheese Bread with purchase of any pizza larger than 9 inch
- $1 Off any scoop of ice cream
Spotted Cow Coffeehouse
- 50% Off the Champaign Cow-nty Drink available Hot, Iced or Frozen
This is not a complete list. Click here for more updates and check back often!