Located in the heart of downtown Canton at 203 Market Avenue S (Suite 200), Escape Room Downtown has become a popular destination for visitors, as well as residents looking for something fun and different to do. Are your family and friends ready to tackle the challenge? Pick them up a gift voucher, or better yet, go as a group.
Give the present of presence through yoga. Yoga Central in Canton, along with its two sister studios, The Yoga Place in North Canton and Yoga Shala in Canal Fulton, offers a New Student Special for a month of unlimited classes for $44.
The Canton Museum of Art is a mecca of gift ideas for that person who’s impossible to buy for. “The art museum is for everyone,” said Danielle Attar, marketing and events director. “It’s not some old stodgy art museum; it’s fresh and young and open for everyone.”
Longtime artist, designer and crafter Cathy Lillie was an “upcycler” before it was cool. Her business, Pinetree Primitives & Rustic Riches at 334 Fourth Street NW, Canton, features handmade gifts and home décor items made from reclaimed, reconfigured and re-imagined objects and materials.
Step inside Victorian Rose Apparel and Gifts and find stunning gifts of fine china sets, linens, beautiful pictures and breathtaking furniture and furnishings as well as a wide array of women’s casual to dress clothing, outerwear, unique shoes and boots, accessories, scarves and statement jewelry to take any outfit to the next level.
When I was growing up, I always had a long list of things I wanted for Christmas. I’d start mentioning gifts I wanted in October, hoping that the news would make its way to Santa. When I got older, it didn’t stop. It may have gotten worse.
When shopping for a new outfit, Goodwill hasn’t been my first choice or second or third, for that matter. I’ve seen thrifters touting what great pieces they find at Goodwill and thrift shops, and I always believed they were lucky. I knew most of them revealed their tips and tricks to finding the best pieces, but I wasn’t convinced.