The Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum held its annual I Thee Wed Bridal Fashion Show in April for a sold-out crowd. The show featured more than 100 years of bridal fashion, ranging from a handmade white cotton dress from 1907 to a Duchess of Cambridge-inspired gown from 2014. The show also featured seven family groups, including one dress that was worn by three sisters. Guests enjoyed a pre-party and basket raffle before heading into the museum’s history galleries for an elegant brunch. Director of Education Christopher Kenney provided live piano accompaniment for the show, which was narrated by curator Kim Kenney.
The annual auction for Central Catholic High School was held in April. The theme was Under the Sea, and guests were invited to wear beach and summertime apparel. The event raised money for the students of CCHS, many of whom were present at the event.
This is the second year of the annual Cupcakes and Cocktails event organized by Abby Salvino, owner of Salvino Dolci Bakery. This event was created as a fun way to celebrate and raise money for the Stark County Hunger Task Force.
The Stark County Heart Ball is an unforgettable evening of entertainment and hope. Each year, community members, medical professionals and corporate leaders come together to celebrate the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association. From the gourmet dinner to the silent and live auctions, it’s an exciting night full of glitz and glamour.
People of all ages are taking selfies and posting them online. Want your selfie to stand out from the rest? I caught up with our own About photographer, Julie Botos, to get some tips for taking the best selfie. Here is what she had to say.
In March, the Domestic Violence Project Inc. welcomed 240 guests to the University Center at Kent State at Stark for a wonderful celebration at Hearts with Hope: A Night at the Derby dinner and auction.
Rebecca Dunn has built a successful business called Rust & Found on repurposing, refurbishing and reupholstering flea market finds. I’ve assembled a list of 10 flea-market tips here, with Dunn’s personal pointers inserted.