The Stark County District Library has announced the latest One Book, One Community title— ”Wonder” by R.J. Palacio—and unveiled an incredible lineup of events to celebrate the powerful message of kindness that the book conveys.
The 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival began with the Queen Pageant in May followed by the Balloon Classic/Jackson-Belden Food Fest & Fireworks in July. During a 2 1/2-week period, nearly 700,000 people enjoyed 23 diverse events, all celebrating the enshrinement of the Class of 2014 in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
From working one-on-one with clients to doing administrative-type work, Rudi Hiney keeps busy every day. Hiney is director of the personal training and specialized exercise programs at the North Canton YMCA.
The annual Affinity Medical Center Healthy Woman event took place in June in the Piazza Room at La Pizzaria. The event began with a free Women’s Health Expo followed by dinner, a runway-style fashion show and a keynote speech by Lisa Whelchel, who is a mother, author, health advocate, motivational speaker, finalist on the CBS hit “Survivor: Philippines” and childhood star from “The Facts of Life,” in which she played Blair Warner.
Route 30 isn’t a gateway just to Amish Country or Indianapolis, but also to a strip of Ohio vineyards. In just 45 minutes, you have the opportunity to enjoy three different wineries and vineyards—in one day even, if you so choose.
mutual friend introduced Dan Caslow and Breanna Smith in March 2011. On their first date, they went to Panini’s to watch Ohio State University vs. Tennessee in the March Madness tournament. During the next year and a half, the couple enjoyed Cleveland Browns home opener games, Cavs games, WWE pay-per-view matches and a vacation to Myrtle Beach.
For most people, vacation days are long gone with the end of summer, but we Cantonians have some premier daycation spots within an hour’s drive time. Getting creative with weekends and the elusive weekday holiday, you can take in a bundle of attractions, all in one day.
There’s a hip, earthy, industrial vibe to many of the home-furnishings options at Bird’s Nest Furniture in Jackson Township. The vast, 10,000-square-foot store has numerous pieces, many imported from India, that utilize recycled metal and exotic woods.
Dining out can present many challenges to healthful eating. From portion sizes, to oversalting, there are many ways that restaurants can exploit a perfectly nutritious meal. This month, we searched out healthful options in a variety of cuisines and atmospheres, and what we found was surprisingly delightful.