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Upcoming Events

 

Wednesday, April 26
6PM—9PM  Kevin and Hilary James DiSimone perform live with Dave Marchione at Lucca Downtown in Canton.

7PM  Alliance residents Giovanni Andreazzi and John Gross present a program on the history of Goat Hill in the auditorium at Rodman Public Library (215 E. Broadway Street) in Alliance.  Goat Hill is an open field in the eastern part of Alliance that was famous for its athletes and sports teams—among which, football was the most prevalent.  Anyone with an interest in Goat Hill or stories to share is encouraged to attend and add to the program.  Admission is free and open to the public.  For more information, call (330)-821-2665, ext. 101.

Thursday, April 27
7PM—10PM  Kevin DiSimone performs live with the Savoy Big Band at Tozzi’s on 12th Street in Canton.

Thursday, April 27 & Friday, April 28
THU 9AM—5PM
FRI 9AM—1PM

Annual garage sale at Christ United Methodist Church (600 E. Gorgas Street) in Louisville.  Items for sale include home goods, books, clothing, jewelry, appliances, etc.  Event includes a bake sale and lunch counter, with homemade soup, sandwiches, and pies.  Find more information online at www.louisvillechrist.org.

Friday, April 28
7PM—10PM  Kevin DiSimone performs live at Lucca Downtown in Canton.

Saturday, April 29
8:30PM—11:30PM  3rd Annual ALS Benefit, in memory of Greg Giacometti, at Don Pancho’s Tex-Mex Restaurant (2105 W. State Street) in Alliance, featuring live music by Jimmy & the Soul Blazers, a 50/50 raffle, and auctions.  Tickets are $20 each with advance purchase or $25 each at the door; price includes access to all-you-can-eat taco bar.  All proceeds donated to The ALS Care Project of Stark County.  For tickets and table reservations, please call Betty Giacometti at (330)-575-1076.

10AM—3PM  Enviro-Fun Day and International Astronomy Day at The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum (800 McKinley Monument Drive N.W.) in Canton.  Come and see an electric car powered by solar panels from Green Energy Ohio.  Sit in on two mini workshops about the importance of bats and composting.  Learn about how to recycle your items easily (and with little to no cost).  Make a pine cone bird feeder.  The Hoover-Price Planetarium shows “The Universe at Large” throughout the day.  There will be telescopes on the Monument Plaza to view the Sun through special filters, as well as the night sky later that evening (weather permitting).  Feel free to bring your own telescope.  Regular admission fees charged for the museum and planetarium; outdoor activities are free.  For more information, call (330)-455-7043.  Visit the website at www.mckinleymuseum.org.

2:30PM—5PM  Poetry reading at Rodman Public Library (215 E. Broadway Street) in Alliance.  Four Ohio poets read from their published works; at the conclusion of the program, they invite members of their audience to ask questions.  Refreshments available.  Free and open to ages 13+.  For more information, call (330)-821-2665, ext. 216.

4PM—7PM  Family-style swiss steak dinner at the Pike Grange (1421 Battlesburg Road S.E.) in East Sparta.  Includes steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, tossed salad, applesauce, rhubarb sauce, bread, drinks, and dessert.  Carryout available.  $12 per adult, $6 per child ages 6—12.  Purchase tickets by calling (330)-484-2973 by April 25th.  A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase at the door.

Thursday, May 4
3PM—5PM  National Star Wars Day event at Rodman Public Library (215 E. Broadway Street) in Alliance, featuring themed games, crafts, and snacks based on the Star Wars film series.  Play the “Storm Trooper Balloon Pop” game, in which competing teams run back and forth across the room, popping balloons in various ways.  Or try the “Saving Han Solo from Carbonite” game as teams try to free a Han Solo figure from a block of ice using squirt guns.  Also navigate through a series of obstacles to “Escape from the Death Star,” and knock down storm trooper pins using a BB-8 bowling ball during the “BB-8 Bowling” game.  Use your “force” on the “Death Star Piñata.”  Build their own Light Saber with pool noodles and duct tape and build your own edible Droid.  This event is free and open to teens, ages 12—18; no registration is needed.  For more information, call (330)-821-2665, ext. 214.

Saturday, May 6
8AM—11AM 
Breakfast at the American Legion Post #166 (141 W. Main Street) in Alliance.  Includes sausage, biscuits and gravy, eggs, home fries, toast coffee, and orange juice.  $7 per person, all-you-can-eat.  Proceeds benefit local children’s and veterans’ programs.  This breakfast is hosted on the first Saturday of each month.

Tuesday, May 16
1PM—2PM  Natural Healthy Living class at McCrea Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (2040 McCrea Street) in Alliance.  The class focuses on the many uses of essential oils.  Includes door prizes and refreshments.  Please RSVP by calling (330)-823-9005.

Tuesday, June 20
1PM—2PM  Natural Healthy Living class at McCrea Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (2040 McCrea Street) in Alliance.  The class focuses on the many uses of essential oils.  Includes door prizes and refreshments.  Please RSVP by calling (330)-823-9005.