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AULTMAN BLOOD CENTER DONATION CALENDAR

http://aultman.org/docs/default-source/blood/april-calendar-2016-revised.pdf?sfvrsn=2

 

CANTON MUSEUM OF ART EVENT CALENDAR

http://www.cantonart.org/visit/events

 

MASSILLON MUSEUM EVENT CALENDAR

http://www.massillonmuseum.org/modules/calendar/calendar.php

 

THE WILDERNESS CENTER EVENT CALENDAR

http://www.wildernesscenter.org/calendar/

 

2016 CHILDREN’S SUMMER ART EXPERIENCE AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FOR THE 2016 “SUMMER ART EXPERIENCE” FOR CHILDREN BEGIN MONDAY, APRIL 11TH.  APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE MAIN AND BRANCH LIBRARIES OR ONLINE.  DESIGNED FOR CHILDREN AGES 5-13, PARTICIPANTS REGISTER FOR A TOTAL OF THREE FREE ART CLASSES OVER A SIX-WEEK PERIOD, UTILIZING VARIOUS ART TECHNIQUES TAUGHT BY LOCAL ART INSTRUCTORS.  CLASS DATES WILL BE ON MONDAY AFTERNOONS FROM JUNE 13-JULY 25, OR TUESDAY AFTERNOONS FROM JUNE 14-JULY 26.  THERE WILL BE NO CLASSES THE WEEK OF JULY 4.  AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF CLASSES, CHILDREN WILL RECEIVE ART SUPPLIES TO TAKE HOME.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, STOP BY OR CALL THE MAIN LIBRARY CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.  PLEASE RETURN FORMS TO THE CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT OR THE BRANCH LIBRARY BY MAY 30, 2016.

 

MAY MINISTRIES AT THE TOTAL LIVING CENTER

THE TOTAL LIVING CENTER (2221 9TH STREET S.W.) IN CANTON HAS A HEALING SERVICE EACH WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 6 AND WORSHIP SERVICE SUNDAY MORNING AT 11:30.  THERE ARE MEALS BEFORE WEDNESDAY’S HEALING SERVICE AND AFTER SUNDAY’S WORSHIP SERVICE.  OTHER MINISTRIES INCLUDE: BEAUTY SALON, “SOUPER BOWL” LUNCHEONS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, NUTRITIONAL CLINIC, KID’S KLUB, HELPING OTHER MINISTRIES WITH GROCERIES, CLOTHING FOR ALL AGES, BIBLE STUDY, COPY PAPER SUPPLY FOR CHURCHES AND NON-PROFIT MINISTRIES, PET FOOD, CHRISTIAN LITERATURE, AND MORE.  FOR INFORMATION ON MINISTRIES AT THE TOTAL LIVING CENTER, VISIT WWW.TOTALLIVINGCENTER.ORG OR CALL (330)-455-3663.

 

STORY TIME FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

6:30PM-7:15PM ON TUES EVENINGS

10:30AM-11:15AM ON THURS MORNINGS

RODMAN MAIN LIBRARY AND RODMAN LIBRARY BRANCH WILL HOST STORYTIME FOR 3-5 YEAR OLDS.  PATRONS MAY ATTEND STORYTIME AT EITHER LOCATION ON TUESDAY EVENINGS OR THURSDAY MORNINGS.  THE GOAL OF STORYTIME IS TO ENCOURAGE LIFE-LONG READERS THROUGH STORIES, MUSIC, MOVEMENT AND ACTIVITIES.  PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED.  RODMAN MAIN IS LOCATED AT 215 E. BROADWAY ST., AND RODMAN BRANCH IS LOCATED AT 1808 WEST STATE ST. IN THE MARKETPLACE PLAZA.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE MAIN CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT, AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223, OR THE BRANCH, AT (330)-821-1313.

 

“WEE READ” AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

WEE READ IS A PROGRAM OFFERED THROUGH THE CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE CHILDREN TO BOOKS, FINGERPLAYS AND MUSIC.  AGES BIRTH THROUGH TWO YEARS, AND THEIR PARENTS OR CAREGIVERS ARE INVITED.  MONDAY EVENINGS AT THE MAIN LIBRARY FROM 6:30PM-7:00PM AND WEDNESDAY MORNINGS AT THE MAIN AND BRANCH LIBRARIES FROM 10:30AM-11:00AM.  SESSIONS LAST 20-30 MINUTES.  NO REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  COME AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE MAIN CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223, OR THE BRANCH AT (330)-821-1313.

 

GIRLS’ BOOK CLUB AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

4:15PM-5PM  A BOOK CLUB FOR GIRLS, AGES 8-11, MEETS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE EVERY THIRD WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH.  THE MEETING INCLUDES A BOOK DISCUSSION, GAMES, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES.  PARTICIPANTS HAVE A FOUR-WEEK CHECKOUT OF A SELECTED TITLE ONE MONTH IN ADVANCE—FOR WHICH, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO READ ON A 4TH-6TH GRADE LEVEL.  PARTICIPANTS DO NOT HAVE TO ATTEND ALL SESSIONS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR REGISTRATION, CALL (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.

 

BOYS’ BOOK CLUB AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

4:15PM-5PM  A BOOK CLUB FOR BOYS, AGES 8-11, MEETS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM 4:15-5:00 P.M.  THE MEETING INCLUDES A BOOK DISCUSSION, GAMES, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES.  PARTICIPANTS HAVE A FOUR-WEEK CHECKOUT OF A SELECTED TITLE ONE MONTH IN ADVANCE—FOR WHICH, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  PARTICIPANTS MUST BE ABLE TO READ ON A 4TH-6TH GRADE LEVEL.  PARTICIPANTS NEED NOT ATTEND ALL SESSIONS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR REGISTRATION, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 29

8PM  LIVE PERFORMANCE OF MELANIE MARNICH’S “THESE SHINING LIVES” AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AT STARK’S FINE ARTS THEATER (6000 FRANK AVE. N.W.) IN NORTH CANTON.  THE PLAY IS A TRUE ACCOUNT THAT CHRONICLES THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF FEMALE FACTORY WORKERS WHO HAND-PAINT GLOW-IN-THE-DARK WATCH FACES AND BEGIN TO EXPERIENCE DECLINING HEALTH AS A RESULT OF RADIUM POISONING.  A LEGAL BATTLE WITH THEIR EMPLOYER ENSUES, WITH THE CONDITIONS OF FUTURE WORKING WOMEN AT STAKE.  $10 FOR ADULTS; $7 FOR SENIORS AGE 55+ AND NON-KSU STUDENTS AGE 17 AND UNDER; FREE FOR KSU STUDENTS WITH CURRENT ID.  PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE AT WWW.KENT.EDU/STARK/THEATRE OR CALL (330)-244-3348.

 

8PM  THE NAUGHTY HYPNOTIST JOINS COMEDY NIGHT FOR A VERY SPECIAL EVENING OF 18 AND OVER ENTERTAINMENT AT JUPITER STUDIOS (346 E. MAIN STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  $10 AT THE DOOR.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT HTTP://WWW.THENAUGHTYHYPNOTIST.COM/INDEX.HTM.

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 30

2PM-3PM  BASED ON THE POPULAR TV SHOW, CHILDREN FROM AGES 6-12 CAN SIGN UP TO DO A CHALLENGE WITHIN A MINUTE AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, STOP BY OR CALL THE CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.

 

4PM-7PM  ANNUAL FAMILY STYLE PUBLIC TURKEY SUPPER AT THE MILE BRANCH GRANGE (3 MILES EAST OF ALLIANCE, ½ MILE SOUTH OF STATE RT. 62 ON KNOX SCHOOL ROAD).  CARRYOUT AVAILABLE.  $10 FOR ADULTS; $5 FOR CHILDREN AGE 6+; FREE FOR CHILDREN AGE 5 AND UNDER.  PROCEEDS WILL BE USED FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE.  (330)-821-8023.

 

7PM  STARK KNIGHTS POETRY READING AT JUPITER STUDIOS (346 E. MAIN STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  FREE ADMISSION.

 

7PM-10PM  KEVIN DISIMONE PERFORMS LIVE AT LUCCA DOWNTOWN IN CANTON.

 

8PM  LIVE PERFORMANCE OF MELANIE MARNICH’S “THESE SHINING LIVES” AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AT STARK’S FINE ARTS THEATER (6000 FRANK AVE. N.W.) IN NORTH CANTON.  THE PLAY IS A TRUE ACCOUNT THAT CHRONICLES THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF FEMALE FACTORY WORKERS WHO HAND-PAINT GLOW-IN-THE-DARK WATCH FACES AND BEGIN TO EXPERIENCE DECLINING HEALTH AS A RESULT OF RADIUM POISONING.  A LEGAL BATTLE WITH THEIR EMPLOYER ENSUES, WITH THE CONDITIONS OF FUTURE WORKING WOMEN AT STAKE.  $10 FOR ADULTS; $7 FOR SENIORS AGE 55+ AND NON-KSU STUDENTS AGE 17 AND UNDER; FREE FOR KSU STUDENTS WITH CURRENT ID.  PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE AT WWW.KENT.EDU/STARK/THEATRE OR CALL (330)-244-3348.

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 30 & SUNDAY, MAY 1

7PM SAT

3:30PM SUN

A CHORUS FOR A CAUSE PERFORMS “NO PLACE LIKE HOME” FEATURING SONGS FROM THE WIZARD OF OZ AND THE WIZ.  SATURDAY’S CONCERT WILL BE AT THE WESTBROOK PARK UMC ON 12TH STREET IN CANTON; SUNDAY’S CONCERT WILL BE AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ON 38TH STREET IN CANTON.  TICKETS ARE $15 EACH.  PROCEEDS BENEFIT HAMMER AND NAILS, INC., WHICH ASSISTS DISADVANTAGED STARK COUNTY AREA HOMEOWNERS WITH HOME AND PROPERTY REPAIRS.  TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.ACHORUSFORACAUSE.ORG OR AT THE DOOR.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 1

2:30PM  LIVE PERFORMANCE OF MELANIE MARNICH’S “THESE SHINING LIVES” AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AT STARK’S FINE ARTS THEATER (6000 FRANK AVE. N.W.) IN NORTH CANTON.  THE PLAY IS A TRUE ACCOUNT THAT CHRONICLES THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF FEMALE FACTORY WORKERS WHO HAND-PAINT GLOW-IN-THE-DARK WATCH FACES AND BEGIN TO EXPERIENCE DECLINING HEALTH AS A RESULT OF RADIUM POISONING.  A LEGAL BATTLE WITH THEIR EMPLOYER ENSUES, WITH THE CONDITIONS OF FUTURE WORKING WOMEN AT STAKE.  ASL INTERPRETED.  $10 FOR ADULTS; $7 FOR SENIORS AGE 55+ AND NON-KSU STUDENTS AGE 17 AND UNDER; FREE FOR KSU STUDENTS WITH CURRENT ID.  PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE AT WWW.KENT.EDU/STARK/THEATRE OR CALL (330)-244-3348.

 

TUESDAY, MAY 3

10AM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN THE COMMON DESKTOP ELEMENTS INCLUDING THE POWER BUTTON, START MENU, WINDOWS, AND FILES.  THERE WILL ALSO BE A SHORT INTRODUCTION ON THE FUNCTIONS OF THE MOUSE AND KEYBOARD.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN LIBRARY OR CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

THURSDAY, MAY 5

10AM  COMPUTER CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN ABOUT THE WINDOWS 10 OPERATING SYSTEM’S INTERFACE AND NEW ELEMENTS, SUCH AS THE EDGE BROWSER.  THIS CLASS IS DEMONSTRATION-ONLY.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN LIBRARY OR CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

SATURDAY, MAY 7

9AM-2PM  BASEMENT SALE AT THE FIRST-IMMANUEL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST (208 E. OXFORD STREET) IN ALLIANCE.

 

12PM-4PM  GRILLED CHICKEN DINNER FOR CARRY-OUT AT THE FIRST-IMMANUEL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST (208 E. OXFORD STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  GRILLED CHICKEN LEG QUARTER, BAKED POTATO, COLESLAW, CORN BREAD, AND DESSERT.  $8 PER PERSON.

 

7:30PM  THE HARMONY RINGERS PRESENT “HOLLYWOOD HANDBELLS” AT ST. STEPHEN MARTYR LUTHERAN CHURCH (4600 FULTON DRIVE N.W.) IN CANTON.  FREE ADMISSION; DONATIONS ACCEPTED.

 

MONDAY, MAY 9

6:30AM  THE HOOVER-PRICE PLANETARIUM AND THE MCKINLEY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM WILL SPONSOR A ‘TRANSIT WATCH’ OF THE TRANSIT OF MERCURY AT THE MUSEUM’S MONUMENT PLAZA (800 MCKINLEY MONUMENT DRIVE N.W.) IN CANTON.  MERCURY WILL BEGIN TO CROSS THE SUN AT 7:13 AM, AND WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE SOLAR DISC UNTIL ABOUT 2:40 PM.  AMPLE SPACE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WANTING TO VIEW THE TRANSIT.  A NUMBER OF SPECIALLY EQUIPPED TELESCOPES WILL BE SET UP TO VIEW THE EVENT.  THE PUBLIC SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT TO VIEW THE EVENT WITHOUT APPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE MUSEUM AT (330)-455-7043.

 

6:30PM  COMPUTER CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN THE BASICS OF WRITING A SUCCESSFUL RESUME USING WINWAY RESUME SOFTWARE.  BRING A FLASHDRIVE TO SAVE YOUR PROGRESS OR BE PREPARED TO EMAIL A COPY TO YOURSELF.  PRIOR EXPERIENCE WITH USING A KEYBOARD AND MOUSE IS PREFERRED.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN LIBRARY OR CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

TUESDAY, MAY 10

4PM-6PM  RIGATONI DINNER AT THE ALLIANCE AREA SENIOR CENTER (602 W. VINE STREET).  INCLUDES RIGATONI WITH MEAT SAUCE, TOSSED SALAD, BREAD, DESSERT, AND COFFEE.  $8 PER PERSON, $5 PER CHILD AGES 10 AND UNDER.  TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR OR BY CALLING (330)-821-3348.

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11

10AM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN THE BASICS OF THE INTERNET: TERMINOLOGY, NAVIGATION, BROWSER OPTIONS, AND SOME SITES OF INTEREST.  PRIOR EXPERIENCE WITH USING A MOUSE IS PREFERRED.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN LIBRARY OR CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

THURSDAY, MAY 12

10AM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN THE BASICS OF READING AND SENDING EMAILS, AS WELL AS HOW TO ATTACH AND OPEN ATTACHED FILES, USING A FREE EMAIL ACCOUNT FROM GOOGLE.  THIS CLASS IS ESPECIALLY SUITED TO THOSE WHO DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE AN EMAIL ACCOUNT AND ARE INTERESTED IN CREATING ONE.  ATTENDANCE AT A BASIC INTERNET CLASS OR PRIOR EXPERIENCE WITH USING THE INTERNET IS PREFERRED.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN LIBRARY OR CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

12PM  MOTHER’S DAY SENIOR LUNCH AT MCCREA MANOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER (2040 MCCREA STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  INCLUDES CHICKEN SALAD CROISSANTS, WEDDING SOUP, AND FRESH FRUIT SALAD.  ENTERTAINMENT PROVIDED BY LAUREN COLER, “THE SINGING SENIOR CITIZEN.”  FREE AND OPEN TO SENIORS IN THE COMMUNITY.  PLEASE RSVP BY MAY 5TH.  CALL (330)-823-9005.

 

FRIDAY, MAY 13

9AM-4PM  BASEMENT SALE AT CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (470 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  PLEASE USE NORTH DOOR.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-823-7136.

 

5:30PM  SENIOR AWARDS DINNER AND DANCE AT THE ALLIANCE AREA SENIOR CENTER (602 W. VINE STREET), FEATURING THE REX TANERI ORCHESTRA.  $14 FOR DINNER & DANCE TICKETS; $7 FOR DANCE-ONLY TICKETS.  DINNER TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED OR RESERVED IN ADVANCE BY CALLING (330)-821-3348.  DANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.

 

SATURDAY, MAY 14

8:30AM  MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE CANTON AMATEUR RADIO CLUB (CARC) MEET FOR BREAKFAST AT THE BLUE FIG (6041 WHIPPLE AVE. N.W.) IN NORTH CANTON.  RADIO AMATEURS AND INTERESTED PERSONS OF ALL AGES ARE INVITED.  LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CARC AND ITS UPCOMING ACTIVITES AT WWW.W8AL.ORG.

 

9AM-12PM  BASEMENT SALE AT CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (470 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  $2 PER BAG.  PLEASE USE NORTH DOOR.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-823-7136.

 

10AM-2PM  ARTGONEWILD FAMILY EXPO AT THE CANTON MUSEUM OF ART (1001 MARKET AVE. N.),  FEATURING OVER 15 FREE ART ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES—INCLUDEING A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE OF LIVE ANIMALS, FROM THE AKRON ZOO, CREATING ARTWORK BEFORE YOUR EYES IN THE MUSEUM LOBBY.  FOR ONE DAY ONLY, ARTGONEWILD FAMILY EXPO WILL TAKE OVER THE CULTURAL CENTER AND ART MUSEUM WITH THE FOLLOWING FAMILY-FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES:

 

•          SAFARI SCAVENGER HUNT IN THE GALLERIES

•          #PETSGONEWILD INSTAGRAM PHOTO CONTEST (WWW.CANTONART.ORG/PETSGONEWILD)

•          ANIMAL TALES INTERACTIVE THEATRE ACTIVITY

•          STUDENT ART SHOW FROM ARTFUL LIVING

•          THE ADAPTATION GAME BY MASSILLON MUSEUM

•          INTERACTIVE STAGE PERFORMANCE BY CANTON BALLET

•          “ELUSIVE MOOSE” WOODWIND TRIO BY CANTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

•          “WATCH THE STORY UNFOLD” ACTIVITY BY STARK COUNTY DISTRICT LIBRARY

•          LIVE ANIMAL ADOPTIONS BY HUMANE SOCIETY OF STARK COUNTY

•          “WILD ANIMAL ART” PRESENTED BY THE AKRON ZOO

•          “BIRDS OF PREY” PERFORMANCE BY STARK PARKS

•          “WILD ABOUT OHIO WILDLIFE” BY OHIO DIVISION OF WILDLIFE

•          “NATURE AT HOME” BY HUSTON-BRUMBAUGH NATURE CENTER

•          AMAZING ANIMAL PERFORMANCES PRESENTED BY WILDERNESS CENTER INC.

•          LIVE BUTTERFLIES AND CATERPILLARS FROM BEECH CREEK BOTANICAL GARDEN

 

CONCESSIONS WILL BE PROVIDED BY TAGGART’S ICE CREAM PARLOR AND KENNEDY’S BAR-B-QUE.  ADMISSION INTO THE MUSEUM GALLERIES WILL BE FREE FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-453-7666.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 15

10AM  SPRING PUPPET SHOW AT GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (1720 SCHNEIDER STREET N.W.) IN PLAIN TOWNSHIP, FOLLOWED BY A LIGHT LUNCH.  “PUPPETS OF GRACE” IS MADE UP OF YOUTH AND ADULTS, 4TH GRADE AND UP, FROM GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH; THEY HAVE PERFORMED THROUGHOUT OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, AND OKLAHOMA, AND HAVE WON MANY NATIONAL AWARDS.  THE PROGRAM IS ALL MUSICAL.  ADMISSION IS FREE BUT DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-499-2330.

 

THURSDAY, MAY 19

4:30PM  SOCIAL AT THE HARTUNG HOUSE (131 WERTZ AVE. N.W.) IN CANTON.  GUEST SPEAKER JOHN WERREN, HISTORIAN AND CANTON PRESERVATION SOCIETY BOARD MEMBER, SPEAKS ON THE TOPIC OF EDGEWOOD: THE DR. THOMAS BONFIELD FARM.  IT WAS A NURSING HOME IN THE LAST YEARS BEFORE IT WAS DEMOLISHED IN 2007.  2016 PRESERVATION AWARDS AND 2016 SCHOLARSHIP AWARD ARE PRESENTED.  2016 BOARD AND OFFICERS ARE ELECTED.  HORS D’OUEVRES AND BEVERAGES AVAILABLE.  $25 PER PERSON; OPEN TO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS.  TO MAKE RESERVATIONS, CALL (330)-452-9341.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.CANTONPRESERVATION.COM.

 

THURSDAY, MAY 26

2PM-4PM  VETERAN’S PINNING CEREMONY AT THE MCCREA MANOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER (2040 MCCREA STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  VETERANS AND ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND AND BE HONORED FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS.  PLEASE RSVP BY CALLING (330)-823-9005 WITH THE NAME AND BRANCH OF MILITARY SERVICE OF THE HONOREE BY MAY 20TH.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-823-9005.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 29

11AM  OUTDOOR MASS AND PROCESSIONS (WEATHER PERMITTING) WILL BE HELD TO HONOR THE FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST AT THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN CHURCH (1800 STEESE ROAD) IN GREEN.  PARISHIONERS WILL PROCESS TO TWO OTHER ALTAR STATIONS FOR THE LITURGY OF “THE WORD” SERVICE, WITH HYMNS OF PRAISE AND ADORATION TO JESUS IN THE BLESSED SACRAMENT AND BENEDICTION.  A HOT DOG SOCIAL WILL FOLLOW IN THE PAVILION.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-896-2345.

 

MONDAY, MAY 30

8:30AM  AN OUTDOOR MEMORIAL DAY MASS WILL BE HELD IN THE PAVILION (WEATHER PERMITTING) AT THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN CHURCH (1800 STEESE ROAD) IN GREEN.  THIS SERVICE IS A TRIBUTE TO OUR FALLEN SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN AND ALL OUR DECEASED.  A DONUT SOCIAL WILL FOLLOW.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-896-2345.

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 5

8AM-12PM  ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BENEFIT BREAKFAST AT THE AMERICAN LEGION HALL (395 W. CALIFORNIA AVE.) IN SEBRING, HOSTED BY THE SEBRING SALVATION ARMY.  $7 PER PERSON.  FUNDS RAISED WILL HELP THE SALVATION ARMY AID THE SEBRING COMMUNITY AND SURROUNDING AREA WITH DAILY NEEDS INCLUDING: GAS, ELECTRIC, WATER/SEWER, RENT, MEDICATION, AND OTHER EMERGENCY NEEDS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-938-2531.

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15

11AM  RICHARD HALDI PRESENTS THE STORY OF STARK COUNTY’S PREMIER 19TH CENTURY ARCHITECT, GUY TILDEN, AT THE HARTUNG HOUSE (131 WERTZ AVE.) IN CANTON.  TILDEN IS LOCALLY FAMOUS AS THE ARCHITECT OF CANTON’S CARNEGIE LIBRARY, MASSILLON’S LINCOLN THEATRE, THE CASE MANSION, TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, THE ST. FRANCIS HOTEL, AND MANY OF CANTON’S EARLY SCHOOL BUILDINGS.  REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.  $10 DONATION TO THE CANTON PRESERVATION SOCIETY.  FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL (330)-452-9341.