The Docket September 2018

Little C Music Festival, Sept. 14-15. Enjoy the Little C Music Festival presented by Hey Monea!, a unique music festival experience, right here in Canton. The festival will feature national and local recording artists, with special collaborations and surprises the whole weekend. The festival is at The Auricle. Check the site for more information.

Women of the Year

In May at the Conference Center at Kent State University at Stark, The Junior League of Stark County celebrated two outstanding women volunteers at its annual Women of the Year luncheon.

Sizzlin Summer Style Show

Canton Fine Arts Associates sponsored its sixth annual style show and luncheon in June. Titled “Sizzlin Summer Style Show,” the event was held at La Pizzaria Restaurant in Jackson Township. It featured fashions from Chico’s of Belden Village, a silent auction, 50/50 drawing, door prizes, live music and Janet Weir Creighton as a keynote speaker. Proceeds benefited the many worthy art-related projects of Canton Fine Arts Associates, a nonprofit affiliate of the Canton Museum of Art.

Red Cross Bash

The 13th annual American Red Cross Stark and Muskingum Lakes Chapter BASH was held in May at MAPS Air Museum. The event was put on by co-chairs, Betsy Sterling and Lisa Gaetano, Red Cross Stark and Muskingum Lakes chapter board, Red Cross volunteers and the Red Cross staff.

Peace, Love & Little Donuts

Nothing settles a sweet tooth quite like a delicious donut. Choose from all kinds of funky flavors, such as cherry cheesecake, s’mores, Fruity Pebbles, maple bacon and more at Peace, Love & Little Donuts of Canal Fulton.

Sparrows Peak Design

Find all kinds of jewelry and accessories, including hats, candles, framed art, shirts and more at this cute boutique at 114 North Chapel Street in Louisville.

A diverse student body adds value to campus life

The controversy over race and admissions at elite educational institutions is heating up. Harvard University is under pressure to stop discriminating against Asian-Americans, who make up a smaller percentage of its student body (22.2 percent) than their grades and test scores would warrant.