The Central Ohio Symphony will conclude its 32nd season with an 8 p.m. concert on Saturday, April 30, in Ohio Wesleyan University's Gray Chapel.

The Central Ohio Symphony will conclude its 32nd season with an 8 p.m. concert on Saturday, April 30, in Ohio Wesleyan University's Gray Chapel.

Music director Jaime Morales-Matos will conduct Ohio composer Deborah Netanel's "Sounds of an Ancient City," Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Haydn and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5, op. 73. The last selection, also known as "The Emperor Concerto," will feature pianist Judit Bach of Columbus. Bach is performing as part of the symphony's Ohio Artists Project; Netanel's work is part of the Ohio Composers Project.

Tickets are $20 general admission, $17 seniors, $6 students and $4 children. They may be purchased at The Symphony Source, 24 E. Winter St. in Delaware, at Buehler's Fresh Foods, 800 W. Central Ave., online at www.centralohiosymphony.org or by calling (740) 362-1799.

The Delaware Military Awareness Group is seeking units and volunteers for Delaware's Memorial Day Parade, which will set out from the county fairgrounds at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 29.

The family of Army Pfc. Zachary T. Myers, who was killed in action in Iraq at age 21 in 2009, will be the grand marshals.

Parade units will form at the fairgrounds at 1 p.m., entering the Euclid Avenue.

The parade will proceed along Pennsylvania Avenue, turn south on Sandusky Street, turn left on Wilmer Street and end on Henry Street.

Interested volunteers and units should e-mail dmagtroops@gmail. com and write "2011 DMAG Parade" in the subject line. They should include a name, phone number and e-mail address, and identify the parade unit, for example, a float, car or walkers.