What better present to give to combat the stress of the holidays than the gift of relaxation. At The Spa at Glenmoor in Jackson Township, visitors can take in the ambiance, tranquility and natural seclusion of Glenmoor Country Club’s gothic former seminary while experiencing a traditional spa day.
Canton has the great fortune of being home to the Canton Charge, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ G League team. This season will feature a new, larger scoreboard with replay capability. The organization goes out of its way to be involved in the community and offers a variety of activities geared toward children.
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.”
Every year, I volunteer to bring a few dishes to take to my family’s Thanksgiving celebration, and every year, I find myself feverishly scrolling through Pinterest to find something new and better to make than what I showed up with the previous year.
Bunny Seifert spent the first year of her dancing career not dancing. At age 3, Seifert refused to practice at Candy Apple’s Dance Studio. She would sit on the ground and rebuff any attempts the instructors made to have her jump around the room with them.
It’s hard to imagine the Canton arts scene without Tim Carmany. The artist is known for his vibrant, colorful pieces. And he’s the owner of The Hub Art Factory, a cornerstone of the Downtown Canton Arts District where visitors can see rotating displays of some of Stark County’s best work.
By day, Don Ake of Jackson Township is a freight transportation economist and analyst at an economic research firm. “Occasionally I’ll be quoted in the Wall Street Journal,” he jokes. “I guess my opinion does count for something.”
When she performs, she feels joy, conveys joy and creates joy. One of the brightest lights on the local theater scene, Joy Ellis has done dynamic and memorable work in the Players Guild musicals “Sister Act” and “Memphis,” playing a street-smart novice nun and a fiery nightclub singer. On November 2, Ellis opens in another Guild musical production, “Aida,” this time portraying a Nubian princess torn between forbidden love and duty.
Kristin Worley did everything right. Worley, 42, has no family history of breast cancer but still actively took steps to avoid it. She breast fed, eschewed antiperspirants, never wore underwire bras and avoided getting a mammogram, mistakenly thinking they did more harm than good.
A change in her nighttime routine may just have saved Barbara Ross’ life. One evening last spring, Ross put on her nightclothes and sat down to watch TV, rather than going straight to bed, as was her habit.
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