crow' s paint and glass has been in business for what seems like forever! they do glass cutting for windows, table tops, cars, whatever! And they also have paint and art supplies as well as wallpaper and borders. additionally, they have a custom framing department that does a beautiful job with any piece you need framed. Though the framing seems expensive (to me) it is the only palce in town (to my knowledge) to have custom framing done, and they really DO do a nice job.
though i have only seen one product they have produced, it looked exactly like an expensive one we saw in a magazine. it was really beautiful and they did a great job. im not really sure what all they can do, but the pproduct i saw looked like something you get at an awards show, it was like a clear acrylic piece in a pretty wood frame with etching on it. really nice.
J and B tree service does tree removal, timming, pruning, storm damage clean-up, stump removalm lot clearing, hedge clearing, hedge trimming, and gutter cleaning. they have a bucket truck and a stump grinder as well as experienced climbers to take care of all your tree removal needs.
cardins is an insurance salvage store. Though they often get in some neat merchandise, they price it much too high for what it is, and never run sales. on the not-so-neat stuff they have, they also never run sales and so it sits, often in piles for months. This CAN be a good place to go if you are looking for inexpensive carpeting, but their boots and other supplies are either overpriced, junky or both.
C & S mini storage has reasonable rates, five sizes of storage facilities, nine foot doors and monthly and extended rates. Your items will be safe at this storage facility becuase it is protected with a heavy padlock, a chainlink fence aorund the premises, and it is located a little bit out in the "country", so its out of the way, but not out in the sticks!
This is a thrift-type store set up to bring in funds (through the items they sell) for families in the area who have suffered from natural disasters, fire or other devastation. all of the items in the store are donations, and the workers are volunteers. as i understand it, 100% of the proceeds go to the needy families. i have found some cute purses, kitchen items and a couple of clothing items in here from time to time. great for the thrifty person who likes to scavenge!!
This is a roller rink that has been in Lebanon, id say for 20 plus years. i have to say, its age shows, but it Is the only place in town to skate. it is ideal for churches or civic groups to rent out, for birthday parties, etc. they have roller skates for you, a big rink and a small rink for beginners as well as a concession area and arcade.
Sand Spring is a resort with this restaurant. the food is typical of a diner type restaurant, but it is a good place to eat if you are visiting the Bennet Spring area. and, it is open on Sundays, which is a little hard to find in the lebanon area. Sand spring resort is also one of the nicer places to stay in the bennett springs area.
JoMaDres is a locally owned and operated business with INCREDIBLE pizza. I actually went to college with the man who owns it. He made his own recipe for pizza sauce and has only the freshest and best ingredeitns. real wisconsin cheese, fresh meat and veggies. my favorite is the breakfast pizza and the supreme. reasonably priced, if you are looking for it, it is actually inside a gas station. a diamond in the rough! so good!
We just ate at Caveman last week. While it is a neat experience, you are actually INSIDe a real cave, the food was overpriced and the portions were small. on top of that, the food was just so-so. It is very out of the way, you will think you will never get there. you ride in a van to ward the top of the cliff where the cave is,t hen take an elevator up to the dining area.