EVENTS for WEEK of MAY 25, 2015:
A RELAY for LIFE of LOUISVILLE/ALLIANCE will be held on Sat. May 30th from 10 am - 11 pm at Alliance Middle School on S. Union Ave. Form a team, camp out, have lots of fun and show that this is a community that will help the American Cancer Society. For more details, visit: www.relayforlife.org/LouisvilleAlliance
Take a leisurely stroll through Massillon Cemetery at 1 pm on Sun. May 31st to learn about the history of the community and the interesting people buired there. Cemetery is located on South Eire Street. Participants should meet at the cemetery entrance. Reservations are not necessary, but if questions, call 330 844-1525.
Church of Chirst on California Ave. NE in Louisville will be hosting A CLOTHING GIVE-AWAY on Mon. June 1st from 2 - 5 pm. If needing directions or more info, call 330 875-1673.
NAMI Stark County will be offering a free ten week - "PEER-to-PEER EDUCATION CLASS designed to foster learning, healing and empowerment among adults with neurobiological brain disorders (mental illness). The free course will be held at Make a Way located on 3rd St. SE in Massillon from 6 - 8 pm on 10 consecutive Wednesday evenings beginning June 3rd and ending on Aug. 5th. To learn more, or to pre-register, call 330 455-6264.
The ArtsinStark will host eight FREE Wednesday J-JAMS CONCERTS again this summer under the covered portico of The Cultural Center for the Arts on Market Ave. N. in Canton. Beginning on Wed. June 3rd with Pat Masalko from 12 noon - 1 pm. Held rain or shine and for the complete schedule, visit: www.ArtsinStark.com/Jjams
On Wed. June 3rd at 6:30 pm, the MONTHLY MEETING of the MASSILLON GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY will present "A WWII PILOT REMEMBERS", with guest speaker M L Weaver. During this program, we will hear a first-hand account from one of the pilots who helped maintain and supply the steady stream of planes needed to feed those aerial troops daily. There is no registration required and will be held at The Lillian Beane Center on 16th St. SE in Massillon. For additional info, call 330 832-9831, Ext. 337.
The Massillon Woman's Club - ROSE LUNCHEON and PROGRAM will be held on Wed. June 3rd and Thurs. June 4th both days and will feature Janet Weir-Creighton on White House Dinners as guest speaker. Program begins at 11:30 am and lunch at 12:15 pm. $18 for members and $ 20 for non-members and to place a required reservation and for more info, call 330 833-4896.
St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church will be sponsoring the 2015 CANTON GREEK FEST from June 4th through June 6th at the Church on 25th St. NW in Canton. The 3 day event includes: Drive Thru Service; delectable Greek pastries; traditional Greek dancing; gift store & marketplace; live music; Greek Cooking demonstrations and much more. The complete schedule and menu for all dining options can be found at: www.cantongreekfest.com
The Carnation City Players will be presenting "THE ANDERSONVILLE TRAIL PLAY" June 5, 6, and 12 thru 14th at The Firehouse Theatre on E. Market St. in Alliance. For times and ticket info, call 330 821-8712 or visit: www.carnationcityplayers.org
Historic Zoar Village hosts the next FREE SPEAKER SERIES PRESENTATION on Sat. June 6th from 1 - 2 pm in the Historic Schoolhouse. Featuring Mr. Lincoln's Camera Man: An Afternoon with Mathew Brady - with guest speaker Mark Holbrook portraying Mathew Brady. For more info, visit: www.historiczoarvillage.com
In anticipation of the Massillon Museum's Steampunk Soiree on Aug. 15th, the next Do the Mu - Sat. June 6th from noon - 2 pm will focus on Steampunk style. Participants will create a make-and-take corset or goggles. This free workshop is open to the public and guests of all ages are welcome and reservations are not necessary. If questions, call 330 833-4061.
The Creative Arts Dept. of The Chapel in Marlboro will present a SUMMER CONCERT on Sun. June 7th at 6 pm. Special music provided by The Chapel Mens' Ensemble and the JAM choir with many of the Church's favorites. Following the concert at 7 pm, ice cream floats, cones and dishes will be served. For further info, call 330 935-0132.