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Alliance Amateur Radio Club
Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce
Alliance Symphony Orchestra
Canton Amateur Radio Club
Canton Memorial Civic Center
Canton Museum of Art
Canton Palace Theater
Canton Symphony Orchestra
Carnation City Players
Fieldcrest Estate
Louisville Art and History Gallery
Massillon Museum
McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
Rodman Public Library
Spring Hill Historic Home
Stark Parks
The Wilderness Center
University of Mount Union


Upcoming Events


Friday, June 15
7PM  Free comedy movie on the lawn at the First Assembly of God Church (45 E. Harrison Street) in Alliance.  Movie begins at dusk.  Free food and drinks, free raffles for adults and children.  Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets, etc.

7PM—9PM  The Savoy Big Band performs live on stage at the corner of 4th Street and Cleveland Ave. in downtown Canton.  Bring lawn chairs and enjoy food and drinks available for purchase from the many local venues.  Free admission and parking.

Friday, June 15—Saturday, June 16
Lexington Firemen’s Festival at the Lexington Township Fire Department (14555 Gaskill Drive N.E.) in Alliance, featuring live music by the Café 80s band Friday night and Chris Kraft on Saturday.  Inflatable rides, games, raffle baskets, balloon animals, food and drinks, and more.  Pre-sale tickets $8 each, available from any Lexington firefighter or at the Township Fire Department office (open Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm).  Tickets $10 each at the event.  All proceeds support the Berkley Barker scholarship fund, Lexington Elementary School programs, training materials for public fire safety education, and other local projects.

Monday, June 18
  Online Genealogy Basics class in the auditorium at Rodman Public Library (215 E. Broadway Street) in Alliance, presented by Alliance Historical Society President Michele Dillon.  Learn where to find the genealogy databases offered on the Rodman Library website and some basic tips for searching.  Q&A will follow the program, time permitting.  This program is cosponsored by the Alliance Historical Society.  Free and open to the public.  For more information, call the Main Library at (330)-821-2665, ext. 216.

Saturday, June 23
9AM—2PM  2nd annual Wildlife & Food Plot Symposium, hosted by the Mahoning Soil & Water Conservation District at On Target Outfitters (7209 W. Calla Road) in Canfield.  Sign-up begins at 8am.  Public forum on wildlife food plots, preparation, and management of forestry habitats and wildlife behavior—with a focus on whitetail deer and turkeys.  Classroom setting with an outside, hands-on forestry agenda; please dress for the weather and outdoor activity.  Vendors on display at this event.  Door prizes.  Reservations are required, so RSVP to the MSWCD by calling (330)-740-7995 or e-mail askswcd@mahoningcountyoh.gov.

2PM—9PM  Country musician Ricky Lee performs live on the lawn at Fieldcrest Estate (1346 Easthill/55th Street S.E.) in North Canton, with food trucks, vendors, and outdoor activities for the whole family.  Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets, etc.  $5 general admission, ages 5 years and younger admitted free; cash-only at the gate.  Buy advance tickets online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/all-american-tickets-46297106893?utm_source=Mail&utm_campaign=bea168164d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_05_22&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_244b16901d-bea168164d-209987773.  No refunds.  A portion of the proceeds benefits Operation: Flags of Freedom.  For more information on the artist, please visit: https://www.rickyleemusic.com.

Monday, June 25
6:30PM—7:30PM  Calligraphy basics class at the Rodman Branch Library one State Street in Alliance, in the Giant Eagle plaza. Learn how to hold the pen, and what kinds of paper, ink, and pens to use.  Free to attend.  All supplies will be provided at the class.  Space is limited, so register by calling the Branch Library at (330)-821-1313.

Monday, July 23—Friday, July 27

Summer music camp for children going into grades 2 through 6 at the Christ United Methodist Church (470 E. Broadway Street) in Alliance.  Activities include singing, playing instruments, crafts, Bible story time, and snacks.  The week-long camp ends with a performance Friday night at 7, open to family and friends.  Registration is limited to the first 30 children and due by Friday, July 13th.  For registration forms, visit or call the church at (330)-823-7136 or e-mail church@cumcalliance.org.

Saturday, August 25
  The 4th annual “gARTen of Versailles” Royal Masquerade Ball at the Canton Museum of Art (1001 Market Ave. N.) in Canton.  Tickets available beginning in June.  More information to come!

November 10, 2018—January 13, 2019
Stark County Artists Exhibition at the Massillon Museum (121 Lincoln Way E.) in Massillon, open to any current and former Stark County residents, and those working in Stark County, ages 18+.  Each artist may submit up to 3 digital images of artwork completed in the last 2 years.  Artwork in any medium is eligible.  Jurors include: Cleveland-area artist John Carlson; Meg Harris Stanton, owner of the Harris Stanton Galleries in Akron and Cleveland; and Columbus-area ethnographer and documentary photographer Tariq Taray.  Prizes include $300 for the Best in Show; $200 for 2nd Place; $100 for 3rd place; and $100 for the People’s Choice.  $15 submission fee per artwork, or $30 for three, due at the time of submission.  Entry deadline is July 22nd, 2018.  Artwork may be sold; the Massillon Museum will retain a 30% commission.  Paper entry forms available at the museum’s reception desk.  To request entry forms by mail, call (330)-833-4061 or e-mail submissions@massillonmuseum.org.  For complete artist guidelines, the online entry form, and more information, please visit www.massillonmuseum.org/scae.