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THE STARK COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY (SCCAA) IS PARTICIPATING IN THE SUMMER FOOD SERVICES PROGRAM. MEALS WILL BE PROVIDED TO ALL CHILDREN AGES 1 THROUGH 18, UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 50 CHILDREN PER MEAL. MEALS WILL BE PROVIDED TO THESE CHILDREN WITHOUT CHARGE AND WILL BE THE SAME FOR ALL CHILDREN REGARDLESS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, AGE, OR DISABILITY; AND THERE WILL BE NO DISCRIMINATION IN THE COURSE OF THE MEAL SERVICE. MEALS WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE WILLIAM HUNTER CENTER AT (3015 MAHONING RD, CANTON, OH 44705) AND WILL START JUNE 9TH AND END AUGUST 15TH. THE MEALS WILL RUN MONDAY-FRIDAY WITH BREAKFAST FROM 8:30AM-10AM & LUNCH FROM

12:30PM-2PM.

 

LEARN ABOUT LIFE CYCLES OF BUTTERFLIES AND HOW TO IDENTIFY THEM, WITH BUTTERFLY WALKS AT THE WILDERNESS CENTER! WALKS WILL TAKE PLACE ON (FRIDAY, AUGUST 1ST; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13TH; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20TH FROM 11 A.M. TILL NOON AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 23RD FROM 1-2 P.M.)  WE WILL WALK THE PRAIRIE TRAIL TO VIEW THE COMMON BUTTERFLIES VISITING THE AREA. WE WILL USE THE BOOKLET COMMON BUTTERFLIES AND SKIPPERS OF OHIO, A DIVISION OF WILDLIFE PUBLICATION TO AID IN IDENTIFICATION. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND WILL BE CANCELLED IF RAINING. FOR MORE INFO VISIT WWW.WILDERNESSCENTER.ORG OR CALL 1-877-359-5235 FOR MORE INFO.

 

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS AND ARTISTS: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PERFORMING OR GETTING A BOOTH TO SHOW WORK AT THE ALLIANCEFEST (SATURDAY, SEPT. 6 FROM 2PM – 10PM), CONTACT RICHIE KINDLER AT 330-581-5272, THROUGH EMAIL AT JUPITERSTUDIOS336@GMAIL.COM, OR THROUGH FACEBOOK.

 

6PM CELTIC PUB JAM NIGHT AT JUPITER STUDIOS.  THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH (JULY 17; AUGUST 21; SEPTEMBER 18; OCTOBER 16; NOVEMBER 20; DECEMBER 18).  IRISH, SCOTTISH, AND WELSH TUNES ARE THE FOCUS OF THIS SESSION.  JUPITER IS A PUB, MUSIC VENUE, AND ART GALLERY.  BEER, COFFEE, TEA, AND SOFT DRINKS ARE AVAILABLE.  AN IRISH DISH AND WOOD-FIRED PIZZA WITH FRESH INGREDIENTS ARE ON THE MENU.  IF YOU PLAN TO EAT THERE, A CALL TO RICHIE (330-581-5272) WOULD HELP IN DETERMINING HOW MUCH FOOD TO PREPARE.

 

9AM-4PM AUGUST 7 & 8 (THURSDAY & FRIDAY), 8AM-12PM AUGUST 9 (SATURDAY) THE PHILOMATHEON SOCIETY OF THE BLIND WILL BE HOSTING ITS ANNUAL BUY-WAY YARD SALE AT 2701 WEST TUSCARAWAS STREET, CANTON.  TWO LARGE ROOMS FULL—FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, CLOTHES, TOYS, AND MORE.  LUNCH COUNTER OPEN—STOP BY FOR A SNACK.  DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 330-453-9157 OR E-MAIL PHILOMATHEONSOCIETY@GMAIL.COM.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 25

6PM – 8PM STUDIO M PRESENTS ‘SCULPTING/ DRAWING WATER’ AT MASSILLON MUSEUM (121 LINCOLN WAY E.). FEATURES WORK BY KSU AT STARK STUDENTS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, JULY 26

7AM-10AM PANCAKE BREAKFAST AT FIRST CHURCH OF GOD ALLIANCE, 505 NORTH LINCOLN AVE.  330-821-1449. DONATIONS ACCEPTED.

 

9 AM-NOON 4TH ANNUAL WALK FOR INFORMATION AT JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK (7600 FULTON DRIVE) REGISTRAITION BEGINS AT 8:30 AM. COME OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME WHILE WALKING 3 MILES TO BENNIFIT COLON CANCER RESEARCH. PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE FUN LEARNING, PLAYING GAMES, SNACKS AND A RAFFLE. DR. SAAB, HEAD OF COLON CANCER RESEARCH DEPARTMENT AT OSU, WILL BE SPEAKING AGAIN AT THIS YEARS EVENT. THIS YEAR WE WILL HAVE TWO TIERS OF RAFFLE ITEMS: $5/TICKET OR 5 FOR $20 PRIZES WILL BE (1: 2 TICKETS TO THE OSU VS CINCINNATI FOOTBALL GAME, 2: 2 DAVID PRICE, TAMPA BAY AUTOGRAPHED BASEBALLS, 3: 2 TICKETS TO A CAVS GAME.) $1/TICKET OR 6 FOR $5 PRIZES WILL BE (1: AUTOGRAPHED AJ HAWK PHOTO, 2: AUTOGRAPHED THAD MATTA BASKETBALL) ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE OSU JAMES SOLOVE CANCER RESEARCH CENTER. DONATIONS AND TICKET PURCHASES CAN BE MADE ON-LINE AT WWW.KICR.ORG THROUGH PAYPAL. IF PURCHASING A RAFFLE TICKET, PLEASE MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW UP WITH AN EMAIL TO KBARR435@GMAIL.COM SO WE CAN EMAIL YOU THE PURCHASED TICKET NUMBER. PURCHASERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN!

 

4PM “ANSEL ADAMS: A SON’S PERSPECTIVE” PRESENTATION BY DR. MICHAEL ADAMS AT THE LINCOLN THEATRE IN MASSILLON. RECEPTION TO FOLLOW AT MASSILLON MUSEUM (121 LINCOLN WAY E.) LECTURE ONLY: $7 MEMBERS, $10 NON-MEMBERS; LECUTRE AND RECEPTION: $15 MEMBERS, $18 NON-MEMBERS.

7PM-10PM THE WILDERNESS CENTER (9877 ALABAMA AVE. S.W.) WILL HOST ALES FOR THE TRAILS! BEER JUST TASTE BETTER OUTDOORS! COME RAISE A GLASS WITH FRIENDS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. THE ALES FOR THE TRAILS FUNDRAISER SUPPORTS MUCH NEEDED, TRAIL AND BRIDGE REPAIRS. THE EVENING WILL FEATURE TASTINGS FROM GREAT LAKES, SIERRA NEVADA AND BLUE MOON BREWING COMPANIES AND WILL INCLUDE TUNES FROM ROGER HOOVER AND THE HOMEGROWN, ACOUSTIC SOUNDS OF WORMZ AND THE DECOMPOSERS. FOOD, SODAS AND FULL SIZED BEERS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE. BEER AND MUSIC ARE NEARLY AS GOOD INDOORS, SO IN THE EVENT OF BAD WEATHER, WE’LL JUST MOVE THE PARTY INSIDE. TICKETS ARE $15 EACH. MUST BE 21 AND OVER TO ATTEND. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE VISIT WWW.WILDERNESSCENTER.ORG OR CALL 1-877-359-5235.

 

7PM-10PM BEER JUST TASTES BETTER OUTDOORS!  COME RAISE A GLASS WITH FRIENDS AT THE WILDERNESS CENTER, WHICH WILL BE HOSTING ALES FOR TRAILS – A FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT MUCH-NEEDED TRAIL AND BRIDGE REPAIRS.  THE EVENING WILL FEATURE TASTINGS FROM GREAT LAKES, SIERRA NEVADA, AND BLUE MOON BREWING COMPANIES, AND WILL INCLUDE  TUNES FROM ROGER HOOVER AND THE HOMEGROWN, ACOUSTIC SOUNDS OF WORMZ, AND THE DECOMPOSERS.  FOOD, SODAS, AND FULL SIZED BEERS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE.  BEER AND MUSIC ARE NEARLY AS GOOD INDOORS, SO IN THE EVENT OF BAD WEATHER, WE’LL JUST MOVE THE PARTY INSIDE. TICKETS ARE $15 EACH. MUST BE 21 AND OVER TO ATTEND.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT WWW.WILDERNESSCENTER.ORG OR CALL 1-877-359-5235.

 

 

SUNDAY, JULY 27

1PM-4PM CLASSIC CAR CRUISE “CRUSIN’ AROUND THE LAKE” SPONSORED BY COPELAND OAKS. THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT COPELAND OAKS RETIERMENT HOME (800 SOUTH 15TH STREET, SEBRING OHIO). DASH PLAQUES & TROPHIES WILL BE AWARDED TO WINNING PARTICPANTS. THERE WILL BE DOOR PRIZES GIVEN AWAY AS WELL AS GREAT ENTERTAINMENT AT THIS EVENT. ENJOY HOT DOGS, SNACKS & ICE CREAM ON US! THERE WILL BE A $5 DONATION TO BENEFIT THE SALEM FOOD PANTRY, SO COME JOIN US FOR AN AFTERNOON FULL OF FUN!

 

4PM-7PM  THE ALLIANCE SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH AT THE CORNER OF SALEM CHURCH STREET AND BEECHWOOD AVE. IN WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL PIE ICE CREAM SOCIAL IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL.  THIS WILL MARK THE 26TH YEAR FOR HOMESTYLE PIES, ICE CREAM, AND SANDWICHES (BY DONATION).  BRING FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND NEIGHBORS FOR AN EVENING OF GREAT FELLOWSHIP AND GREAT FOOD.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 29

6:30PM ‘GARDENING WITH ZEST’ EDUCATIONAL SERIES AT THE NORTH PARK PAVILION. TONIGHT’S PROGRAM IS ABOUT MAKING YOUR OWN RAIN BARREL. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL JACKON TOWNSHIP PARKS AT 330-832-2845 OR VISIT WWW.JACKSONTWP.COM.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 30

10AM SUMMER BRUNCH AT THE ALLIANCE AREA SENIOR CENTER (AASC) THE SENIOR CENTER IS LOCATED AT 602 W. VINE ST AND TICKETS ARE $5.50 PER PERSON. FOR MORE INFO CONTACT THE AASC AT 330-821-3348.

 

12PM ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1953 WILL BE HAVING A PICNIC AT THE LOG CABIN IN SILVER PARK.  BRING A CASSEROLE AND JOIN IN THE FUN.

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1
“CHALK MY WORLD,” IN THE DOWNTOWN CANTON ARTS DISTRICT.FIFTEEN CHALK ARTISTS WILL TAKE TO THE STREETS AND TO THEIR KNEES TO CREATE TEMPORARY ARTWORK, WHILE BATTLE OF THE CHALK, HOSTED BY THE JULLIARD ARTS CENTER, INVITES KIDS OF ALL AGES TO COMPETE FOR PRIZES AT THE MOTTER AND MEADOWS LOT ON MARKET.  ACROSS THE STREET, TWO FREE FLICKS WILL PLAY AT THE CANTON PALACE THEATRE — “DRAFT DAY” AT 4 P.M. AND “LITTLE GIANTS,” – THE FREE FAMILY FLICK AT 7:30.  SNAP UP THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED VIVIAN MAIER PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW AT THE SAXTON GALLERY.  THEN HEAD TO TRANSLATIONS FOR “ATTACK OF THE FIBER ARTISTS,” AND JOURNEY UNLOCKS THE BEADS FOR LIFE TRUNK SHOW.  PAT MASALKO TAKES THE MAIN STAGE @ 6, BOB CORLETT WILL BE AT LYNDA TUTTLE’S AT 7, AND HUSBANDS & WIVES, THE BAND, FINISH THE EVENING FROM 8-10 P.M. ON 4TH STREET.  AREA RESTAURANTS WILL BE OPEN, ALL FEATURING LIVE MUSIC, INCLUDING SAXY ROB AND ANDY CYPHERT AT GRAPES IN A GLASS, STEVE FARLEY AT SUBWAY AND THE JOHN MORTON TRIO AT PICCIANO’S . THE BEATLES COVER BAND AND FOR KEEPS, A MOTOWN COVER BAND WILL BE LINING UP BETWEEN CHEESE LOUISE AND BUZZBIN FOR THE HOF DOWNTOWN BLOCK PARTY.  ELEC SIMON AND FRIENDS WILL BE ON SITE, AFTER DOING THEIR DRUM CIRCLE STINT, EARLIER IN THE EVENING NEAR ARCADE CONEY.  FAMILIES WILL WANT TO HEAR FROM CANTON IDOL WINNERS BELLA GILL AND KAYLA SLATER, WHO WILL BE JOINED BY THE SCENIC ROUTE, LOVECANTON AND OTHERS IN THE FAMILY FRIENDLY 6TH STREET ZONE, WHERE THERE WILL BE CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES, CHILD CARE FROM THE YMCA, ACTIVITIES FROM THE AREA KIWANIS AND TREATS FROM PEACE, LOVE AND DONUTS.  DOWNLOAD A COMPLETE MAP OF ALL THE ACTIVITIES AND GET THE LATEST NEWS ON THE NIGHT FROM WWW.CANTONARTSDISTRICT.COM

 

 

8PM STAR WATCH & PLANETARIUM SHOW  AT THE WILDERNESS CENTER. MARS, SATURN, AND THE MOON WILL HIGHLIGHT THE EVENING SKIES.  IF THE SKIES ARE CLEAR, WE WILL OBSERVE THROUGH TELESCOPES AFTER THE PLANETARIUM SHOW. ALL AGES. FREE. VISIT WWW.WILDERNESSCENTER.ORG OR CALL 1-877-359-5235 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2

2014 TWINS DAY FESTIVAL IN TWINSBURG. TAKE PART IN THE “DOUBLE TAKE” PARADE. ACTIVITIES DURING THE DAY WILL INCLUDE TWINS CONTESTS, TWINS TALENT SHOW; TWINS RESEARCH AREA, TWINS GROUP PHOTO, ENTERTAINMENT, ARTS & CRAFTS AND TWIN RELATED/SPONSORED BOOTHS, SMALL AMUSEMENT RIDES AND GAMES, AND A SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS SHOW. ALSO AVAILABLE ARE FOOD CONCESSIONS AND OFFICIAL SOUVENIRS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT TWINSDAYS.ORG.

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 3

2014 TWINS DAY FESTIVAL IN TWINSBURG. ACTIVITIES INCLUDE THE TWINS DAYS 5K RUN AND FUN WALK BENEFITTING THE MELANOMA EDUCATION INITIATIVE. DURING THE DAY THE ACTIVITIES WILL BE THE SAME AS SATURDAY’S WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE PARADE AND FIREWORKS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT TWINSDAYS.ORG.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 5

9:30AM THE STARK COUNTY INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILL MEET IN REGULAR SESSION FOR ITS 2014 QUARTERLY REVIEWS OF STARK COUNTY’S INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S BOARD ROOM, LOCATED ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 110 CENTRAL PLAZA SOUTH, CANTON.

 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 8 & 9

THURS & FRIDAY 9 AM-4 PM AND SAT 8 AM- NOON THE PHILOMATHEON SOCIETY OF THE BLIND IS A 501C3, NON PROFIT SERVICE ORGANIZATION. OUR LINCOLN HI-WAY BUY WAY SALE WILL BE TAKING PLACE AT (2701 WEST TUSCARAWAS STREET, CANTON, OH. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CALL US AT 330-453-9175.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY FOR THE FRIENDS OF STARK PARKS’ 15TH ANNUAL CANALWAY CLASSIC 5K RUN ON SAT., AUG. 9  AT WWW.STARKPARKS.COM. FORMS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT STARK PARKS’ EXPLORATION GATEWAY AT SIPPO LAKE PARK’S NORTH ENTRANCE. EVENT PROCEEDS SUPPORT EDUCATION, CONSERVATION AND HEALTHIER LIVING PROGRAMS IN STARK COUNTY, INCLUDING THE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER.THE CANALWAY CLASSIC IS OPEN TO WALKERS AND FAMILIES AND IS ONE OF NORTHEAST OHIO’S FASTEST CERTIFIED 5K RUNS. BUSES SUPPLIED BY FIRST STUDENT TAKE PARTICIPANTS TO THE START OF THE RACE SOUTH OF MASSILLON AND PARTICIPANTS FINISH AT THE NAVARRE CIVIC CENTER. THE FLAT, SHADY RACE ROUTE ALONG THE TUSCARAWAS RIVER PROVIDES MANY RUNNERS WITH PERSONAL RECORDS. ANYONE WHO REGISTERS BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON AUGUST 1 WILL RECEIVE A WICKING SHIRT AND SAVE $5 OVER RACE-DAY REGISTRATION.  REGISTRATION AFTER AUGUST 2 WILL NOT INCLUDE A SHIRT.   COST PER PERSON THROUGH AUGUST 8 IS $25.  EARLY BIB/SHIRT PICKUP DISTRIBUTION WILL BE FROM 4-6 P.M. ON FRI., AUG. 8 AT THE EXPLORATION GATEWAY, 5712 12TH ST. NW, AT SIPPO LAKE PARK. RACE DAY REGISTRATION WILL BE $30. THIS YEAR’S SPONSORS INCLUDE SALATA DENTAL, COUNTRY LAWN CENTER FOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION, NAVARRE ANIMAL CLINIC, COMMITTEE TO ELECT CHRYSSA HARTNETT, NAVARRE FAMILY DENTISTRY, ROBERT G. OWENS TRUCKING, SCRIPTSHOP PHARMACY, AND KARMA CAFÉ.  SUBWAY WILL AGAIN BE DONATING POST-RACE SANDWICHES, APPLES WILL BE DONATED BY SUNNY SLOPE ORCHARD, AND CHOCOLATE MILK FROM SUPERIOR DAIRY. DICK’S SPORTING GOODS HAS DONATED GIFT CARDS TO THE TOP WINNERS. ROAD CLOSURES DURING THE RACE INCLUDE: NAVARRE RD./COMMERCE ST., WARMINGTON RD., WOOSTER ST., AND RT. 62. THE TOWPATH TRAIL FROM JOHN GLENN GROVE TRAILHEAD SOUTH TO RT. 62 IS CLOSED FROM 8-10 A.M. AWARDS GO TO THE TOP 5 WOMEN & MEN RUNNERS, AND THE TOP FEMALE & MALE MASTER. AGE GROUP RUNNERS ARE AWARDED THREE DEEP: FROM 14 & UNDER TO 75 & OVER. THE FIVE TOP WALKERS ALSO WILL RECEIVE AWARDS.

 

 

AUGUST 14 – 17

THE FRIENDS OF THE NORTH CANTON PUBLIC LIBRARY INVITE YOU TO THEIR SUMMER USED BOOK SALE TO BE HELD THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 AT THE LIBRARY ON MAIN STREET IN NORTH CANTON.  YOU CAN ATTEND THE MAIN STREET FESTIVAL AT THE SAME TIME.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26

12PM AT THE MASSILLON MUSEUM, MAIN LEVEL.  “EXPLORING THE JACKSON BOG NATURE PRESERVE.”  PHOTOGRAPHER AND AUTHOR, MICHAEL WITT.  FREE ADMISSION; NO NEED TO RSVP.  COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE, TEA & COOKIE.  BRING YOUR LUNCH OR BUY LUNCH IN THE MUSEUM LOBBY.  WWW.MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG 330-833-4061

 

6:30PM ‘GARDENING WITH ZEST’ EDUCATIONAL SERIES AT THE NORTH PARK PAVILION. TONIGHT’S PROGRAM IS ABOUT BEES AND POLLINATION. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL JACKON TOWNSHIP PARKS AT 330-832-2845 OR VISIT WWW.JACKSONTWP.COM.

 

8PM – GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING PIANIST BOB JAMES IN CONCERT AT THE PAVILION. DOORS AND CASH BAR OPEN AT 7P. IT’S A GREAT NIHGT FOR WINE-LOVING JAZZ FANS AT GERVASI VINEYARD.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30

FIREWORKS SCHEDULED AT PLEASANT HILL LAKE PARK. BEGINS AT DARK.

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

2PM – 10PM ARTSIN STARK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION WILL HOLD THE FIRST ANNUAL ALLIANCEFEST IN THE NEW DOWNTOWN ARTS DISTRICT, THE CROSSING.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

6PM MARY STREET ALINDER AUTHOR/ FORMER CHIEF ASSISTANT TO ANSWEL ADAMS PRESENTS ‘ANSEL ADAMS: THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISION’ AT THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON’S MYERS SCHOOL OF ART AUDITORIUM.

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

12PM AT THE MASSILLON MUSEUM, MAIN LEVEL.  “A CENTURY OF THE MASSILLON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BAND.”  VOICE OF THE TIGER SWING BAND, ROBERT WENZEL.  FREE ADMISSION; NO NEED TO RSVP.  COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE, TEA & COOKIE.  BRING YOUR LUNCH OR BUY LUNCH IN THE MUSEUM LOBBY.  WWW.MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG 330-833-4061

 

6:30PM ‘GARDENING WITH ZEST’ EDUCATIONAL SERIES AT THE NORTH PARK PAVILION. TONIGHT’S PROGRAM IS ABOUT SUSTAINABLE GARDENING. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL JACKON TOWNSHIP PARKS AT 330-832-2845 OR VISIT WWW.JACKSONTWP.COM.

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5

12PM-4PM 2014 16TH ANNUAL ED KEATING CENTER CLAMBAKE, LOCATED AT 2121 W. 117TH ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO 44111.  EACH CLAMBAKE TICKET (FILLED OUT WITH NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, AND E-MAIL) WILL INCLUDE A CHANCE TO WIN A HARLEY DAVIDSON FXDB MOTORCYCLE.  MUSIC BY COLIN DUSSAULT’S BLUES PROJECT.  TICKETS COST $30 AND INCLUDE YOUR CHOICE OF CHICKEN OR STEAK, CLAMS, AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE ED KEATING REHABILITATION CENTER.  RSVP BY SEPTEMBER 20TH.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CALL MARTY AT THE ED KEATING CENTER AT 216-472-1276, KATIE AT 216-676-4618, OR TOMMY AT 216-641-7730.

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11

HARVEST MOON RUN. A 3.1-MILE CROSS COUNTRY RACE THROUGH STARK COUNTY. RUNNERS AND WALKERS CAN REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.RUNTOYOURACING.COM.

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28

12PM AT THE MASSILLON MUSEUM, MAIN LEVEL.  “MASSILLON AND THE WAR TO END ALL WARS.”  MASSILLON MUSEUM ARCHIVIST, MANDY POND.  FREE ADMISSION; NO NEED TO RSVP.  COMPLIMENTARY COFFEE, TEA & COOKIE.  BRING YOUR LUNCH OR BUY LUNCH IN THE MUSEUM LOBBY.  WWW.MASSILLONMUSEUM.ORG 330-833-4061

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4

9:30AM THE STARK COUNTY INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILL MEET IN REGULAR SESSION FOR ITS 2014 QUARTERLY REVIEWS OF STARK COUNTY’S INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S BOARD ROOM, LOCATED ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 110 CENTRAL PLAZA SOUTH, CANTON.