Alliance Amateur Radio Club
Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce
Alliance Symphony Orchestra
Canton Amateur Radio Club
Canton Museum of Art
Canton Palace Theater
Canton Symphony Orchestra
Carnation City Players
Louisville Art and History Gallery
McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
Rodman Public Library
Spring Hill Historic Home
The Wilderness Center
University of Mount Union
Thursday, October 12—Friday, October 20
10AM—4PM SAT & SUN
Estate Sale at Fieldcrest Estate (1346 Easthill/55th Street S.E.) in North Canton. Items include antiques, industrial equipment, old tools, indoor/outdoor furniture, children’s school furniture, seasonal decorations, and more. All items in the sale are from Fieldcrest Estate, were once used on the property or in storage, and are now looking for a new home. For more information, call (330)-966-2222.
Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21
4:30PM—8:30PM 6th Annual “Spooky Science” event at the Beech Creek Botanical Gardens (11929 Beech Street N.E.) in Alliance. Families can learn about all the things in nature that can “spook or creep,” like spiders, snakes, and bats. Attractions include hay rides, digging up bones, live reptiles and woodland animals, and more than 20 interactive and hands-on activity stations. Food/drinks and live music. Admission is $6 for Beech Creek members and $8 for non-members, and children age 2 and under are admitted free. For more information, visit www.beechcreekgardens.org.
Friday, October 20—Sunday, October 22
7PM FRI & SAT
“Kill on the Hill” murder mystery theater at Spring Hill Historic Home (1401 Spring Hill Lane N.E.) in Massillon. Light refreshments served after the performance. Tickets are $15 each ($12 each for members), on sale at Spring Hill Historic Home. Tickets are limited, so please make your reservations ASAP; call (330)-833-6749. Find more information online at www.springhillhistorichome.org.
Saturday, October 21
2PM Flag-raising ceremony at the Cultural Center for the Arts (1001 Market Ave. N.) in Canton, featuring guest speaker and Stark County Commissioner Janet Weir Creighton with a performance by the Fairless High School Marching Band. Excavations around the Cultural Center required the relocation of the old flagpole; the new flag will be raised by one Mr. K.C. Laubacher—who, as a boy scout, raised the original flag at the Cultural Center back in 1970.
4PM—7PM Fall Festival at Silver Park in Alliance. Includes a costume contest for ages 10 and under (register at the sound stage at 4pm), a treat trail immediately following the contest, games, activities, hay rides, and refreshments. Admission is free. For more information, call (330)-821-2260.
Wednesday, October 25
5PM—6:30PM Johnny Cash tribute show and buffet dinner at the Alliance Area Senior Center (602 W. Vine Street). Open to the public. Tickets are $30 each and MUST be purchased in advance by Friday, October 20th. For tickets or more information, call (330)-821-3348.
Thursday, October 26—Saturday, October 28
5PM—10PM Thu & Fri
Fall Festival at Fieldcrest Estate (1346 Easthill Street S.E.) in North Canton. Activities are family-friendly, including hay rides, climbs, and mazes, face-painting, a haunted house and trail, and some Fall/Halloween-themed movies. Music, thousands of lit jack-o-lanterns, and food trucks on site. Tickets are available for purchase at the gate during the festival; ages 4 & under are admitted free.
Sunday, October 29
9:30AM Breakfast at the Queen of Heaven Parish Life Center (1800 Steese Road) in Green, with guest speaker Reverend Jacob Bearer. Breakfast includes scrambled eggs, sausages, fruit cups, and Danishes, with orange juice, coffee, tea, and milk. Advance tickets cost $2 each, available after the weekend Masses at the church or at the church office. Tickets will cost $3 each at the door on the day of the breakfast. For more information, (330)-896-2345.
Saturday, November 4
10AM—NOON Introduction to Real Estate Investing seminar at the Stark County Real Estate Investors Association (SCREIA) office (1930 Fremont Place S.W.) in Canton. Learn about the realities of the current, local real estate investing market, the resources you need, how to build your investment team, how to find deals, and the tools you need to improve your success in the market. Admission is free and open to the public, but advance registration is requested and space is limited. To register or get more information, call (330)-942-0151 or visit www.investinstark.com.
Friday, November 10
11AM—1PM Veterans Day Soup-To-Go at McCrea Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (2040 McCrea Street) in Alliance, featuring your choice of chili or loaded potato soup. Free and open to the community. Please RSVP by Thursday, November 2; call (330)-823-9005.
Saturday, November 18—Sunday, November 19
Cincinnati-area high school student group Mishpachah, Inc. performs the musical drama “Dead Serious…About Life” at the Louisville Middle School Auditorium. The musical follows the story of Spencer and Stephanie, who decide to throw a house party after their parents have left for the weekend; it is written for teenagers and tackles various difficult and controversial topics related thereto. Tickets are $6 each in advance and $7 each at the door; the deadline to get tickets in advance is Thursday, November 16th. To buy tickets or get more information, call (513)-459-7268 or go online to www.mish-inc.com.