From Barbies to books, from to dinosaurs to dominoes, Sir Troy’s is well-stocked and not just at Christmas. It has the latest in Playmobil toys, as well as such old-school items as Monopoly and Etch-A-Sketch.
Redbar Clothing got its start because Caroline Zenia kept getting compliments about what she was wearing. In 2001, she was ordering and storing items in her parents’ home. Today, she’s running her own shop at 943 S Main Street in North Canton and launching a website to sell the items internationally.
It is fitting that the new building that houses Julz by Alan Rodriguez resembles a shiny gift box. The city’s only downtown jeweler moved into a new location at 537 Cleveland Avenue NW in July after 12 years in the Millennium Building on Market Avenue North.
Hartville MarketPlace is three acres of indoor shopping where customers can find “makers, bakers and more all year round.” “Inside the MarketPlace, we’ve got more than 60 boutique style shops,” said Kirk Greaves, marketing and event coordinator for the two-story MarketPlace.
GSV Design Group, in Plain Township, has been making customers look and feel their best since 1992. The Aveda concept salon strives to make every visit comfortable and relaxing and boasts a knowledgeable, friendly staff.
Face it, there are lots of places to buy a bottle of wine. At Avenue Wine Shop, “it’s more personable,” said Tony Antoniades, who 22 years ago bought the store at 1728 Cleveland Avenue NW with his wife, Theresa. “I get people from all over who enjoy coming here who want a little knowledge about wine and some service that they don’t get at the box stores.
SingStark! has been making music in Stark County for 80 years, but now it’s got a new name and a new sound. You know SingStark! as VOCI, which was originally founded as the Canton Civic Opera in 1939. The choral organization for decades was known for its operas and musicals, and then it transitioned into a chorus that performed a handful of times a season.
For more than eight decades, the Canton Players Guild Theatre has been an integral source of arts and entertainment in the Canton community. As one of the oldest volunteer-driven theaters in the country, the Canton Players Guild Theatre was formed in 1932 by Bernard Truxton, an executive with the Jewish Welfare League, and his wife, Florence.
The Canton Museum of Art is more than just a place to look at pretty things hanging on the wall. In the past five years, the museum has increased the number of events it hosts and has expanded its free offerings and outreach activities to make the museum more accessible. In 2020, it will celebrate 85 years of being a cultural resource.
A sparkling jewel of downtown Canton, the Palace Theatre has one foot in history and the other very much in the present. Built in 1926 as an ornate movie palace, the theater is steeped in vintage charm, from its red velvet stage curtain to the Kilgen pipe organ that rises from the orchestra pit, from the vibrantly colored neon signage and beckoning marquee to the projected clouds on the auditorium ceiling.
The Repository Select Rite Aid Stores Spee-D Foods Buehler's Fresh Foods Fishers Foods, including 44th Street NW, Tuscarawas St. W, Fulton Drive, Lincoln Way E. and Cleveland Ave. NW locations Aultman Hospital Gift Shop Mercy Medical Center Gift Shop Gervasi Vineyard Marketplace Carpe Diem Coffee Shop, downtown Canton and Belden Village Mall locations News Depot Avenue Arts Marketplace Yum Yum Tree Alliance Grapes in a Glass