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AULTMAN BLOOD CENTER DONATION CALENDAR

https://aultman.org/assets/Services/Support/Blood/June-Calendar-2016-revised.pdf

 

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/

 

MCKINLEY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM CALENDAR

http://mckinleymuseum.org/calendar/

 

FREE ARTHRITIS EXERCISE CLASS

TUESDAYS AT 11AM, INSTRUCTOR RONDA IAMS (LPTA) OFFERS A FREE ARTHRITIS EXERCISE CLASS AT MCCREA MANOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER (2040 MCCREA STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  THE CLASS IS DESIGNED FOR BEGINNING THROUGH ADVANCED EXERCISE LEVELS.  ALL CLASSES INCLUDE STRETCHING, STRENGTHENING, AND CARDIO.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-823-9005 OR VISIT WWW.MCCREAMANOR.COM.

 

2016 CHILDREN’S SUMMER ART EXPERIENCE AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FOR THE 2016 “SUMMER ART EXPERIENCE” FOR CHILDREN BEGINS 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.

 

STARK COUNTY ARTISTS EXHIBITION AT THE MASSILLON MUSEUM

EXHIBITION: OCTOBER 5—DECEMBER 31, 2016

ENTRY DEADLINE: JULY 10

THE EXHIBITION IS OPEN TO PRESENT AND FORMER STARK COUNTY RESIDENTS AND THOSE CURRENTLY WORKING IN STARK COUNTY.  ENTRANTS MUST BE 18+ YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.  EACH ARTIST MAY SUBMIT UP TO 3 DIGITAL IMAGES OF ARTWORK COMPLETED WITHIN THE PAST 2 YEARS.  ARTWORK IN ANY MEDIUM WILL BE CONSIDERED; WORK MUST BE COMPLETELY READY TO HANG OR DISPLAY.  PRIZES INCLUDE: BEST IN SHOW ($300), SECOND PLACE ($200), THIRD PLACE ($100), AND PEOPLE’S CHOICE ($100).  $15 FEE PER ENTRY (LIMIT 3 PER ARTIST) DUE UPON SUBMISSION.  ENTRIES MAY BE SOLD; THE MASSILLON MUSEUM WILL RETAIN A 30% COMMISSION ON ANY ARTWORK SOLD.  ENTRY FORMS, ONLINE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS, AND COMPLETE ARTISTS’ GUIDELINES CAN BE FOUND AT WWW.MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG/SCAE.  PAPER ENTRY FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUM’S RECEPTION DESK.  TO REQUEST A FORM BY MAIL, E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS@MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG OR CALL (330)-833-4061.

 

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.

 

TEEN SUMMER READING

THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM TEENS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE RUNS THROUGH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31ST.  THE PROGRAM IS OPEN TO CHILDREN AND TEENS, AGES 12 TO 18.  THERE WILL BE PROGRAMS, PRIZES, HANDS-ON CREATIVE OPPORTUNITIES, AND SPECIAL EVENTS.  PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE A READING RECORD TO KEEP TRACK OF THE AMOUNT OF TIME SPENT READING.  TEENS WHO COMPLETE FIVE HOURS OF READING PER WEEK WILL GET ONE ENTRY INTO THE SUMMER READING TEEN GRAND PRIZE DRAWING THAT WILL CONSIST OF TWO GRAND PRIZE BASKETS, EACH CONTAINING A FITBIT AND OTHER ASSORTED PRIZES.  TEENS WILL GET TO CHOOSE WHICH BASKET ENTRY THEY WANT FOR EACH FIVE HOURS OF READING AND MAY ENTER TO WIN EITHER BASKET.  ONLY ONE BASKET MAY BE CLAIMED BY A PARTICIPANT.  THERE WILL ALSO BE WEEKLY ONLINE CHALLENGE QUESTIONS FOR TEENS.  FOR EACH CORRECTLY ANSWERED CHALLENGE QUESTION, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ENTERED INTO A DRAWING TO WIN A PRIZE.  TEENS WILL HAVE THE OPTION TO RECORD THEIR HOURS ONLINE AFTER STOPPING IN AND SIGNING UP FOR THE PROGRAM.  TO REGISTER OR GET MORE INFORMATION, STOP BY RODMAN’S MAIN LIBRARY IN PERSON, VISIT WWW.RODMANLIBRARY.COM, OR CALL THE LIBRARY AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 107.

 

ADULT SUMMER READING

THE ADULT SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE RUNS THROUGH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31ST.  THE PROGRAM IS OPEN TO ADULTS, AGES 18 AND OLDER.  FOR EACH BOOK READ, THE ADULT READER WILL ENTER A TICKET INTO A WEEKLY PRIZE DRAWING FOR A SUMMER READING PROGRAM TOTE BAG AND A PEN.  WITH EACH SIXTH BOOK READ, A TICKET WILL BE ENTERED INTO THE SUMMER READING GRAND PRIZE DRAWING FOR A TOTE BAG FILLED WITH ASSORTED GOODIES, PLUS A THREE-MONTH MEMBERSHIP TO THE ALLIANCE YMCA.  FOR EVERY “SPECIAL” ADULT PROGRAM ATTENDED—NO STANDING PROGRAMS—SUMMER READING PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE ONE GRAND PRIZE DRAWING TICKET.  ALSO, CORRECTLY ANSWER A WEEKLY CHALLENGE QUESTION AND RECEIVE ONE TICKET FOR THE GRAND PRIZE DRAWING—PLUS, WIN A SMALL PRIZE.  THE GRAND PRIZE IS PROVIDED COURTESY OF THE FRIENDS OF RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY.  TO REGISTER OR GET MORE INFORMATION, STOP BY RODMAN’S MAIN LIBRARY IN PERSON, VISIT WWW.RODMANLIBRARY.COM, OR CALL THE LIBRARY AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 107.

 

RODMAN LIBRARY “SUPER READER” PROGRAM

AREA FAMILIES ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) FOR THE NEW “SUPER READER” PROGRAM THIS SUMMER.  EACH MONTH, DURING JUNE, JULY, AND AUGUST, LIBRARY CARDHOLDERS MAY PICK UP A “SUPER READER” CARD AT THE MAIN LIBRARY CHILDREN’S DESK, BRANCH LIBRARY, OR BOOKMOBILE.  FOR EACH CHILDREN’S ITEM (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF DVDS, VIDEOS, TOYS, OR MUSIC CDS) CHECKED OUT AT ANY RODMAN LIBRARY LOCATION, PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE ONE STAMP.  EACH COMPLETED CARD, WITH 50 STAMPS, MAY BE TURNED IN TO THE LIBRARY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN THAT MONTH’S DRAWING OF $50 IN PAPERBACK BOOKS.  YOU MAY ENTER MULTIPLE TIMES.  EACH MONTH STARTS WITH A NEW CARD AND PARTIAL CARDS MAY NOT BE COMBINED.  ALL COMPLETED CARDS WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A GRAND PRIZE DRAWING OF $100 IN PAPERBACK BOOKS.  A SMALL PRIZE, JUST FOR ENTERING, MAY BE CHOSEN FROM ANY LOCATION WHEN TURNING IN A COMPLETED CARD.  STAMPS MAY ONLY BE GIVEN AT TIME OF CHECKOUT.  THE LIBRARY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOST CARDS.  WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY PHONE AND MUST CLAIM THEIR PRIZE WITHIN ONE MONTH’S TIME.

 

BOOK F.E.A.S.T. (FUN, EATS, AND STORIES, TOO)

STAFF WILL SHARE BOOKS ON THE 2016 SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE EVERY THURSDAY, JUNE 9TH THROUGH JULY 28TH, FROM NOON TO 1PM.  FOR CHILDREN, AGES 3 AND UP, AND THEIR FAMILIES.  FOR EVERY FIVE BOOKS CHECKED OUT, THE CHILD’S NAME WILL BE ENTERED INTO A WEEKLY DRAWING TO WIN PRIZES DURING THE THURSDAY PROGRAM.  FREE HOT LUNCHES WILL BE SERVED IN THE MAIN AUDITORIUM AT 11:45AM FOR THOSE WHO ARE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER.  PARTICIPANTS MAY ALSO PACK THEIR OWN LUNCHES.  NO REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.

 

 

 

JUGGLING CLASSES AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

JUGGLER TED BOWEN OF ALLIANCE WILL BE OFFERING THREE WEEKS OF FREE JUGGLING LESSONS FOR CHILDREN, AGES 10 TO 15, ON JULY 1ST, 15TH, AND 29TH, AT RODMAN’S MAIN LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE FROM 2PM-3PM.  BOWEN, WHO JUGGLES MANY BALLS AND OTHER ITEMS SIMULTANEOUSLY USING LARGE FOAM HANDS, HAS BEEN JUGGLING FOR 15 YEARS AT VARIOUS COMMUNITY EVENTS AND TEACHING JUGGLING FOR SEVERAL YEARS.  PARTICIPANTS OF THE JUGGLING LESSONS MUST BE ABLE TO ATTEND ALL THREE SESSIONS.  TED ALSO WELCOMES AN AUDIENCE OF YOUNGER CHILDREN AND FAMILY MEMBERS WHO WOULD LIKE TO OBSERVE THE CLASSES.  REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE AUDIENCE, HOWEVER, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPANTS; ONLY 15 SLOTS ARE AVAILABLE.  REGISTER IN PERSON AT RODMAN’S CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT OR CALL (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.

 

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22

6PM-9PM  KEVIN DISIMONE PERFORMS LIVE AT LUCCA DOWNTOWN IN CANTON.

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 23

7PM-10PM  KEVIN DISIMONE PERFORMS LIVE WITH THE SAVOY BIG BAND AT TOZZI’S ON 12TH STREET IN CANTON.

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 24

6PM-8:30PM  AROUND THE BLOCK BAND PERFORMS AT THE RED CABOOSE AT THE CORNER OF MAIN STREET & MECHANIC AVE. IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE, SPONSORED BY CANTERBURY VILLA.

 

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

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 25

SPRING HILL HISTORIC HOME IN MASSILLON, OHIO, HOSTS ITS 12TH ANNUAL UNDERGROUND RAILROAD EXPERIENCE.  THIS AWARD-WINNING PRESENTATION ALLOWS PARTICIPANTS TO EXPERIENCE A SERIES OF HISTORICAL-BASED VIGNETTES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A RUNAWAY SLAVE IN THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY.  SMALL GROUPS ARE LED ON A 45 MINUTE TREK, IN WHICH THEY ENCOUNTER SOME OF THE SAME DANGERS AND CONFLICTS ENCOUNTERED BY FREEDOM SEEKERS OF THE 1800’S—INCLUDING A CLIMACTIC ENCOUNTER BETWEEN LOCAL ABOLITIONIST FARM OWNERS AND THE PREDATORY SLAVE CATCHERS OF THE PERIOD.  THERE ARE FIVE SHOWS SCHEDULED THROUGHOUT THE DAY.  SHOW TIMES ARE: 10AM, 11:15AM, 1PM, 2:15PM, AND 3:30PM.  DUE TO THE PROGRAM’S POPULARITY, ADVANCE TICKET RESERVATIONS ARE SUGGESTED.  FOR TICKET SALES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL SPRING HILL HISTORIC HOME AT (330)-833-6749.  10AM-5PM, THE HISTORIC HOME WILL ALSO BE OPEN FOR SELF-GUIDED TOURS.  THERE IS A NOMINAL ADMISSION FEE FOR HOUSE TOURS; $3 FOR ADULTS AND STUDENTS.  THERE WILL BE PERIOD ACTIVITIES, DISPLAYS, AND ENTERTAINMENT OFFERED THROUGHOUT THE GROUNDS ALL DAY, INCLUDING LIVE MUSIC AND PERIOD DANCING BY THE MADRIGAL DANCERS OF WOOSTER, OHIO.  A PULLED PORK DINNER WILL BE PREPARED AND SERVED FROM LATE MORNING THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON, INCLUDING SIDES, DESSERTS, AND REFRESHMENTS.

TICKET PACKAGES:

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD EXPERIENCE: $10 PER ADULT; $7 PER STUDENT; FREE FOR CHILDREN AGE 5 AND UNDER.

HOUSE TOUR: $15 PER ADULT; $10 PER STUDENT; FREE FOR CHILDREN AGE 5 AND UNDER.

PULLED PORK DINNER: $20 PER ADULT; $16 PER STUDENT; $6 PER CHILD AGE 5 AND UNDER.

MORE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT WWW.SPRINGHILLHISTORICHOME.ORG.

 

9AM-4PM  APPRAISAL FAIR AND MARKET AT THE MASSILLON MUSEUM (121 LINCOLN WAY E.).  INCLUDES VERBAL APPRAISALS, PRESENTATIONS, ANTIQUES, REPURPOSED VINTAGE VENDORS, A RAFFLE FEATURING ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY EACH VENDOR, FOOD, AND BEVERAGES AT THE ST. GEORGE CULTURAL CENTER (364 FIRST STREET S.E.) AND MASSILLON MUSEUM.  PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:

10:30AM  SHOULD IT STAY OR SHOULD IT GO?

12:30PM  THE LIFE OF AN OBJECT

2PM  UNIQUE RESTORATIONS: A NEW LIFE FOR FURNITURE

ALSO FIND FOOD, CHILDREN’S ART ACTIVITIES, LIVE MUSIC, AND DEMONSTRATIONS ALONG FIRST STREET.  $5 ADMISSION TO BOTH ST. GEORGE’S AND THE MUSEUM.  $5 PER VERBAL APPRAISAL (LIMIT 3).  NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY.  PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE MASSMU CAPITAL CAMPAIGN.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-833-4061 OR VISIT WWW.MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT “THROUGH THE LENS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF FRANK DICK” OPENS AT THE MCKINLEY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM (800 MCKINLEY MONUMENT DRIVE N.W.) IN CANTON, DURING THE MUSEUM’S NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS.  “THROUGH THE LENS” IS AN EXHIBITION OF MORE THAN 80 HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHS, INCLUDING PHOTOS OF LANDSCAPES, CHILDREN, AUTOMOBILES, FLORAL STILL-LIVES, THE MCKINLEY NATIONAL MEMORIAL, AND CANTON SCENES.  A COMPANION BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE MUSEUM SHOPPE.  PRINTS OF ANY IMAGE IN THE EXHIBITION CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED THROUGH THE MUSEUM’S RAMSAYER RESEARCH LIBRARY.  “THROUGH THE LENS” WILL BE ON VIEW IN THE KELLER GALLERY AT THE MUSEUM FROM JUNE 25TH (THE DAY OF THE MUSEUM’S 15TH ANNUAL CRUISIN’ THRU HISTORY CAR SHOW) THROUGH NOVEMBER 6TH.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-455-7043 OR VISIT WWW.MCKINLEYMUSEUM.ORG.

 

MONDAY, JUNE 27

7PM  CHEF STEPHAN BAITY, RESIDENT DIRECTOR OF AVI FOOD SYSTEMS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION, SHARES A PROGRAM ON HEALTHY COOKING AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  YOU MAY HAVE SEEN HIM ON THE TELEVISION SERIES “CAKE WARS,” WHEN HE AND HIS TEAM WON THE GRAND PRIZE FOR THE CAKE-DECORATING CHALLENGE.  THIS PROGRAM IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC; NO REGISTRATION IS NEEDED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (330)-821-2665, EXT. 107.

 

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY, JULY 8

6:30PM-7:30PM  NATIONALLY-KNOWN ACCORDION PLAYER AND CHILDREN’S POLKA MUSICIAN MIKE SCHNEIDER (A.K.A., “UNCLE MIKE”) FROM MILWAUKEE, WI, PERFORMS HIS PINT-SIZE POLKAS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  UNCLE MIKE EDUCATES ON CONCEPTS LIKE THE ALPHABET, NUMBERS, OCCUPATIONS, PERSONAL HYGIENE, RELATIONSHIPS, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, AND HOW TO DANCE THE POLKA.  HIS POLKAS WILL GIVE ATTENDEES A CHANCE TO TEST THEIR FITNESS, TACKLE TRIVIA BASED ON THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT RODMAN LIBRARY.  THIS PROGRAM IS BEST-SUITED FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES K-5 AND THEIR FAMILIES.  NO REGISTRATION IS NEEDED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT AT (330)-821-2665, EXT. 223.

 

MONDAY, JULY 11

6:30PM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN THE BASICS OF THE COMPUTER, SUCH AS THE COMMON DESKTOP ELEMENTS, THE POWER BUTTON, START MENU, WINDOWS, AND FILES.  THERE WILL ALSO BE A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO THE FUNCTIONS OF THE MOUSE AND KEYBOARD.  TO REGISTER, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 13

10AM  INTERNET BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN SOME TERMINOLOGY, NAVIGATION, BROWSER OPTIONS, AND SOME SITES OF INTEREST.  PRIOR COMPUTER EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.  TO REGISTER, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

THURSDAY, JULY 14

10AM  E-MAIL BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  LEARN HOT TO READ AND SEND EMAILS, AND ATTACH AND OPEN ATTACHED FILES WITH A FREE EMAIL ACCOUNT FROM GOOGLE.  PRIOR COMPUTER AND INTERNET EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.  TO REGISTER, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

3PM-5PM  “MYSTERY THEATER” FOR TEENS AGES 12 TO 18 AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  A PRETEND-CRIME IS COMMITTED BY ONE OF THE ACTING PARTICIPANTS; THE OTHERS MUST SORT OUT THE CLUES AND DECIDE BY THE END OF THE PROGRAM “WHO DONE IT.”  COSTUMES AND PROPS WILL BE USED TO BRING THE THEATER ALIVE.  TEENS ARE ENCOURAGED TO DRESS IN COSTUME.  FOOD WILL ALSO BE SERVED.  SPACE IS LIMITED, SO ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  REGISTER IN PERSON AT THE LIBRARY’S INFORMATION DESK OR CALL (330)-821-2665, EXT. 214.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 19

10AM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  INTRODUCTION TO THE WINDOWS 10 OPERATING SYSTEM’S NEW ELEMENTS, LIKE THE EDGE BROWSER.  NOTE: THIS CLASS IS DEMONSTRATION-ONLY.  TO REGISTER, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

THURSDAY, JULY 21

10AM  COMPUTER BASICS CLASS AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  BECOME FAMILIAR WITH MICROSOFT WORD THROUGH AN OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAM AND ITS FUNCTIONS.  LEARN THE BASICS OF WORD PROCESSING, HOW TO COPY/CUT AND PASTE, INSERT DATE, TIME, AND PAGE NUMBERS, AND HOW TO FORMAT A DOCUMENT AND USE TEMPLATES.  PRIOR EXPERIENCE USING THE MICROSOFT WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM PREFERRED.  TO REGISTER, CALL (330)-821-2665.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 26

7PM  BOB JAMES AND FRIENDS PERFORM LIVE AT GERVASI VINEYARD IN CANTON.  TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT HTTP://WWW.GERVASIVINEYARD.COM/PRODUCT/GRAMMY-AWARD-WINNING-PIANIST-BOB-JAMES-IN-CONCERT1?PAGEID=A230D25F-C058-949B-2420-689530F89616&SORTBY=DISPLAYORDER&MAXROWS=6&.

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 14

2016 GREATER ALLIANCE CARNATION QUEEN PAGEANT.  FEMALES AGES 17-21 ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY IN ORDER TO REPRESENT THE CITY OF ALLIANCE, MEET NEW PEOPLE, PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS, DEVELOP LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS, LEARN THE HISTORY OF THE CARNATION CITY, AND HAVE FUN.  SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED ARE:  $1,500 FOR THE QUEEN, $1,000 FOR THE FIRST RUNNER-UP, $500 FOR THE SECOND RUNNER-UP, $250 FOR THE THIRD RUNNER-UP, AND $50 FOR MISS CONGENIALITY.  DEADLINE TO APPLY IS JUNE 3, 2016.  APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.CARNATIONFESTIVAL.COM OR THE ALLIANCE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL (330)-680-4221.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 1

6PM-8:30PM  MODERN ROOTS PERFORM AT THE RED CABOOSE AT MAIN & MECHANIC IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE, SPONSORED BY ALAN & SHARON ANDREANI AND MUNICIPLE COURT JUDGE ANDREW ZUMBAR.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 8

6PM-8:30PM  THE REX TANERI BAND PERFORMS AT THE RED CABOOSE AT MAIN & MECHANIC IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE, SPONSORED BY THE MAYOR’S COMMITTEE ON AGING.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 15

6PM-8:30PM  THE YOUNGSTOWN TOTAL PACKAGE BAND PERFORMS AT THE RED CABOOSE AT MAIN & MECHANIC IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE, SPONSORED BY THE MAYOR’S COMMITTEE ON AGING.

 

SATURDAY, JULY 16

8PM-MIDNIGHT  MID-SUMMER’S MASQUERADE AT FIELDCREST ESTATE (1346 EASTHILL STREET S.E.) IN NORTH CANTON.  WEAR A MASK!  ENJOY DRESS-UP, FOOD, LIVE-MUSIC, AND TENT CAMPING UNDER THE STARS, ALL EVENING LONG.  ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDES THE DEAN JAMES BAND, SAXY ROB, AND STEPHAN HALUSKA (ON HARP).  FOOD SAMPLINGS INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE.  ALCOHOLIC AND NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS AVAILABLE AT AN OUTDOOR CASH BAR.  PRIZES—INCLUDING OVERNIGHT STAYS AT THE FIELDCREST ESTATE INN—AWARDED FOR MOST ORIGINAL, MOST STUNNING, MOST HUMOROUS, AND BEST PAIRING COSTUMES.  TICKETS ARE $28 EACH, AVAILABLE AT WWW.MIDSUM.EVENTBRITE.COM OR BY CALLING (330)-966-2222.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 22

6PM-8:30PM  CHRISSY AND THE GROOVE SHARKS PERFORM AT THE RED CABOOSE AT MAIN & MECHANIC IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE.

 

MONDAY, JULY 25

7PM-8PM  FREE AEROBIC EXERCISE CLASS, HOSTED BY THE YMCA, AT RODMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY (215 E. BROADWAY STREET) IN ALLIANCE.  OPEN TO ADULTS, AGES 18+.  ALL EQUIPMENT IS PROVIDED BY THE YMCA.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL

(330)-821-2665, EXT. 107.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27

6:30PM  SEAHORSE STORYTIME FOR CHILDREN, AGES 3-12, AT THE RODMAN BRANCH LIBRARY IN ALLIANCE. A STORY WILL BE READ AT THE BRANCH LIBRARY, THEN CHILDREN AND THEIR GUARDIANS WILL PROCEED TO HOT POTS IN ORDER TO PAINT A SEAHORSE FIGURINE.  A $10 FEE, PAYABLE TO HOT POTS, WILL BE COLLECTED ON THE DAY OF THE PROGRAM.  SNACKS WILL BE OFFERED.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT AND CAN BE MADE IN PERSON AT THE BRANCH LIBRARY OR BY CALLING (330)-821-1313.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 29

6PM-8:30PM  ALLIANCE POLICE LT. AKENRA X RETURNS FOR A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE WITH “THE UNKNOWNS”  BAND AT THE RED CABOOSE AT MAIN & MECHANIC IN DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE.

 

SATURDAY, JULY 30

11AM  SEAHORSE STORYTIME FOR CHILDREN, AGES 3-12, AT THE RODMAN BRANCH LIBRARY IN ALLIANCE. A STORY WILL BE READ AT THE BRANCH LIBRARY, THEN CHILDREN AND THEIR GUARDIANS WILL PROCEED TO HOT POTS IN ORDER TO PAINT A SEAHORSE FIGURINE.  A $10 FEE, PAYABLE TO HOT POTS, WILL BE COLLECTED ON THE DAY OF THE PROGRAM.  SNACKS WILL BE OFFERED.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT AND CAN BE MADE IN PERSON AT THE BRANCH LIBRARY OR BY CALLING (330)-821-1313.