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Calling all ‘foodthusiasts’:



The incredible spring food festival, brought to you by the Canton Development Partnership (a department of the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce) and The Repository, is serving up two days worth of local flavor and local fare on May 22

and 23 from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. “This is the best way for local restaurants to showcase their food,” commented event chair Barbara Abbott. “It’s an unbelievable way to sample your signature dishes to thousands of attendees. We invite everyone to come back for second helpings!” The delicious array of food served at Taste of Canton will be complemented by music from Jeff Poulos and the Blues Revue Band (Wednesday evening) and Ryan Humbert (Thursday evening), along with DJ Magic Mike spinning all day, both days. (continued on page seven)


• First Friday Tidbits • Art Walks • Canton Loop • 4th Street Flea Market • Downtown Living • Canton Farmers’ Market • Community Garden • New Downtown Restaurants • Color Downtown

When thousands of foodthusiasts descend on downtown Canton for the fifth annual Taste of Canton, they’ll enjoy a true taste of Canton, as more than 20 restaurants from Stark County showcase their delicacies in the form of sample plates ranging from $2 to $6 each. Selections will include appetizers, entrees and desserts from a variety of cuisines.

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Malina Moye

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June 7 & 8

Flipping a Fender Stratocaster upside-down, acclaimed singer/songwriter and lefty guitarist Malina Moye will perform at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7. Described as a modern day Renaissance woman, she’s a quadruple threat, carving out her own lane in today’s music scene as one of the few artists in history able to straddle both rock and soul genres. Moye’s musical narrative boasts an impressive resume that includes making history as the first African-American woman to play the National Anthem on guitar at a major sporting event, performing at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and owning her own successful record label. Recently, Jet Magazine praised her as “the highlight of the evening” after she headlined a sold-out concert with Chaka Khan to honor the legendary humanitarian Stevie Wonder.

May 22 & 23

The FREE summer festival, presented by the Canton Development Partnership (a department of the Canton Regional Chamber), is happening in downtown Canton on Fri., June 7, & Sat., June 8, with headliners Malina Moye and Shane Dwight!

Photo from WCE Records

First Friday of every month


ortheast Ohio’s premier Blues Festival is back for the 12th year with ten acts sure to strike a chord with blues fans large and small!


2013 Downtown Event Schedule

Malina Moye, Shane Dwight and eight others to rock the Canton Blues Fest on June 7 & 8

Downtown Developments is published quarterly by Canton Development Partnership, a department of Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Downtown Canton Special Improvement District

222 Market Ave. N. Canton, OH 44702 (330) 456-0468 fax (330) 452-7786 Dennis P. Saunier President & CEO Michael P. Gill Director Annette Rosenberger Office Manager Denise Burton Membership Director Jessica Bennett Marketing Director & Editor Erin Thompson Downtown Events Manager Sarah Lutz Graphics Manager The Canton Development Partnership is a coalition of area development organizations and city government that share an interest in downtown Canton’s continual improvement, revitalization, image, and quality of life for its citizens. Its mission is to support and coordinate the activities and programs of its partner organizations in order to encourage and sustain community and economic development in downtown Canton. The partnering organizations include: Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Canton Special Improvement District, Downtown Canton Land Bank, Canton Tomorrow, Inc., and City of Canton. Information regarding downtown events and news can be submitted for reprint at the discretion of the Partnership director and publication editor. The Canton Development Partnership reserves the right to edit all copy. Deadlines are the 15th of the month, two months prior to publication (i.e., May 15 for the July/August issue). Statements of fact and opinion within Downtown Developments are the responsibility of the authors alone and do not imply the opinion of the members of Canton Development Partnership or its partnering organizations. Advertising rates and specifications are available by contacting the Chamber sales department at (330) 458-2067.

Partnership Report

Michael P. Gill

We have endured a winter that we thought would never end. Now, finally, it is warm again and the downtown streets and sidewalks are bustling with people!

completed in mid-May. The retail space is 100 percent leased: joining Canton Glass Works will be Journey Studio and Erinn’s Laine Primitive Candles.

It is time to welcome our new businesses to downtown. Corporate Downtown Bar & Grill replaces Pete’s Grill at Cherry Avenue and Fourth St. NE. Sheri’s at Shears has opened to serve food and drink at the former Peter Shears location at 427 Tuscarawas Street E. Deli Ohio will occupy the previously vacant building at 328 Walnut Avenue NE. Cork and Canvas at 320 Third St. NW and Grapes in a Glass at 575 Market Avenue N. will specialize in wine. And all of this is happening as the summer season sets upon the downtown center city. There has never been a better time to come downtown for lunch, dinner or cocktails, and enjoy our fine arts venues and attractions.

Six new apartments are available on the second level. Square footage of each apartment ranges from 548 square feet to 651 square feet. Prices range from $1.00 to $1.10 per square foot, plus utilities. All appliances are included and parking is available on site. For leasing information, contact the Canton Development Partnership at (330) 458-2092, and read more details about the space in the center of this issue.

Get ready to enjoy a full complement of high quality events planned for our downtown. Erin Thompson, our new downtown events manager, has been working with event committee members to deliver Taste of Canton (May 22 & 23), Canton Blues Festival (June 7 & 8), Vintage Canton (Sept. 19) and Light Up Downtown (Dec. 5). Be sure to mark your calendar and plan to attend these exciting events.

In early May, the Canton Development Partnership unveiled an updated version of our 2003 Downtown Master Plan. It was certainly prudent to update our existing plan based upon all the radical changes in our local and national economy. Our consultant, Charles Buki of czb LLC, provided his findings and offered recommendations on how to take our downtown to the next level of activity. We look forward to working with our committees, The City of Canton and the community to carry out this dynamic plan. Enjoy the spring and summer months and remember to support our restaurants, retailers and art venues.

Our apartment and retail construction project at 400 McKinley Avenue NW should be

Plant for a cause: Help us beautify downtown Canton On Saturday, June 1, the tenth annual COLOR DOWNTOWN project will take place in downtown Canton. This annual planting of colorful flowers in the downtown flowerbeds continues to be an important beautification element in the downtown. Once again, volunteers from church groups, area businesses, youth groups and downtown property owners are needed to help with the planting. We’re seeking volunteers! Interested? Meet at 8 a.m. at the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, located at 222 Market Ave. N. The

Downtown Canton Special Improvement District will provide the funds to buy the flowers and other planting materials for this year’s project. By volunteering even a few hours, you’ll help make downtown Canton’s cityscape a wonderful place for the entire to community to enjoy throughout the coming summer months. To volunteer for this project, or for more information, please contact Annette Rosenberger at at (330) 456-0468, or email

First Friday Tidbits Make a Difference | May 3 Helping hands, feeding the hungry, and adopting a pet are the underlying mission of an evening devoted to the nonprofits that keep Stark County safe, secure and satisfied. Tents with agency info are the backdrop to a heartwarming night of summer song, dance, new art and new friends as the monthly street party moves back outside and ready for release from a wicked winter’s grasp.


Red, White and Blues | June 7 This First Friday bridges the blues from street to street, connecting the dots and the dancers as it ties to the twelfth annual Canton Blues Festival, taking over our downtown this weekend. All the galleries will be getting down with music, new art and summer sales in this all-American celebration of hot licks, cool chicks and heart-pounding kicks.

Chalk the Walk | July 5 This First Friday needs no introduction. Just watch where you step as the streets and sidewalks will be covered with over 20 canvases of temporary public art. The 2013 Battle of the Band winners, Good Hours, will headline the Cleveland Avenue stage, along with Around the Block Band. And if that doesn’t color your world, check out the Sumi Ink Art project.

About First Friday

First Friday is sponsored by the Stark Community Foundation and is celebrated every first Friday of the month from 6 to 10 p.m. in downtown Canton. First Friday is presented by ArtsinStark, The County Arts Council, and the Downtown Canton Special Improvement District. For the most up-to-date information, visit

Get Your Walking Shoes On! Canton Arts District Art Walk series starts May 18 Get ready because this summer is filled with things to do in the Canton Arts District, including the new Art Walk series kicking off May 18. Building on the success of six years of First Friday celebrations, ArtsinStark and the Downtown Canton Special Improvement District are excited to bring you the first installment of this year’s new Art Walk series on Saturday, May 18, with future walks scheduled for July 20 and Sept. 21. Much like First Friday, all of the Arts District galleries, studios and restaurants will be open for business with activities, great food, fine art and live music. Each evening’s event will run from 6 to 10 p.m. and the experience is free to the public. Want an extra special Arts District experience on one of those evenings? Don’t miss your

opportunity to get tickets to our one-of-akind VIP Art Encounters. Each VIP Art Encounter will include dinner at one of our fine restaurants, and two to three private art experiences. VIP Art Encounter on May 18 The evening will start with dinner at Tozzi’s Restaurant Downtown, where you will sample some of their best dishes, including a choice of soup and a small filet, scallop, and vegetable risotto, plus your choice of a glass of wine or a cocktail. After dinner you will journey over to Translations Art Gallery for a talkback with the artists and writers from their exhibit Blind Date III. Finish your evening on Court Avenue with dessert provided by a local bakery and a personal photo shoot under the lights with J. Albert Studios.

Dinner (tax and tip included) for the VIP Art Encounter is $60 per person. Only 20 tickets will be sold for each encounter so don’t miss out. For tickets for the May 18 VIP Art Encounter, or for more information on the Canton Art Walks, please visit www.

Get Mom “looped” on May 11


n Saturday, May 11, moms get in FREE to a Canton Palace Theatre flick and top area attractions as part of the Canton Loop, an offshoot of ArtsinStark’s 2020 Vision on Tourism. Accompanied by a paying guest, local moms can spend some quality time with their families, even enjoying discounts at several Canton restaurants, just by showing up, getting a Canton Loop bracelet and being the proverbial “Queen for a Day.” Check each location’s website for more information, including regular admission

fees and featured exhibits—then share a Saturday of art, history, football, food and more with that special lady. Canton Loop (with Mom!) partners include: The Pro Football Hall of Fame McKinley Presidential Library and Museum First Ladies National Historic Site Canton Classic Car Museum Canton Museum of Art

Canton Food Tours, begins at 2:30 p.m., and is FREE for mom! Canton Loop (with Mom) Saturday, May 11, 2013 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More info:

And the Canton Palace Theatre’s showing of Mama Mia! at 3 p.m., complete with prize drawings and special surprises from

4th Street Flea Market coming this June After you spend some time at the Canton Farmers’ Market this summer, take a stroll down Fourth Street for the 4th Street Flea Market! This isn’t your everyday flea market, either. The 4th Street Flea is a weekly gathering of artists, vendors and nostalgia enthusiasts that sell and purchase original artwork, rare collectible items, handmade goods and unearthed vintage treasures.   The goal is to feature a variety of vendors selling a vast array of items including vintage clothing, handmade goods, art, toys, comics, records, jewelry, buttons, books, retro collectibles, music instruments, posters, crafts and many one of kind items found throughout the debris of American pop culture from the past and present. The support of patrons and collectors not only helps to keep 100% of the money spent at the 4th Street Flea Market in the local economy, but it also helps fulfill the dreams and goals of artists as they operate both start-ups and sustain small businesses. Visit the Flea Market every Saturday this summer along 4th Street NW, alongside the studios and galleries in the heart of the Canton Arts District. Seeking Vendors! Affordable vendor space for the Flea Market is still available, and starts at just $10 per day. Visit 13thfloorgallery. com for more information or contact Billy Ludwig at (330) 280-1977. The Fourth Street Flea Market is managed by Billy Ludwig, owner of Thirteenth Floor Gallery, and supported by ArtsinStark, CopyCat Graphics, Buzzbin Art & Music Shop and Frankenstein Records.

Downtown Living Suites!

Fresh, local produce abounds downtown this summer!


he Canton Farmers’ Market returns for its tenth year

of providing fun entertainment, local flavor and freshest food around on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The Canton Farmers’ Market is a producersonly market that provides consumers with an opportunity to buy fresh, quality products at reasonable prices directly from local growers in Northeast Ohio. Along with fresh local produce, the market offers baked goods, flowers, honey, cheese, eggs and meat, and so much more! This year’s market opens on June 22 and runs every Saturday through October 19. The Market is located in the Timken High School Administrative Building parking lot at the corner of Fourth St. NW and McKinley Ave. NW. The site is perfectly suited with luscious, green grass, trees and tons of parking! Not only is the Canton Farmers’ Market one of the best places to find fresh summer food, it’s a great place for meeting with others from your neighborhood and community. On any given weekend,

the Canton Farmers’ Market offers community resources, nutrition and health education from Aultman Hospital, cooking demonstrations, live music, organic gardening tips, children’s activities and art projects for people of all ages! Once again, the market will be making fresh food available to all members of our community by offering WIC and senior nutrition (contact the City of Canton for more information.) The market lends itself to creating a higher quality of life for Canton residents and neighboring communities. Come to shop, come to play! The Canton Farmers’ Market has a fun-filled summer lineup that’s going to keep you coming back week after week! Throughout the market season, local artists will demonstrate their talents in the midst of market-goers. We’ll also have special events for the little ones, such as ‘make and take’ art.

The market is managed by the Downtown Canton Special Improvement District and is thankful for its supporters: Aultman Health Foundation, The Repository, Mix 94.1 & News-Talk 1480 WHBC AM, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Canton. Looking to join the fun? We still have a few vendor spaces available and we’re always looking for volunteers! Contact Erin Thompson, downtown events manager, at or (330) 4582072! To learn more about the Canton Farmers’ Market visit our website at

There’s something NEW each week at the Canton Farmers’ Market. With over 20 vendors and a slew of activities, the market is the best way to kickoff your weekend each week. Come down rain or shine!

Get your green thumb dirty in the downtown Community Garden The downtown Summit Neighborhood Community Garden is open and ready for business­—the business of growing, that is! Located at the intersection of Fifth Street and High Street NW, this year’s garden packs 85 beds. This year’s garden will be overflowing with a variety of veggies, perennials and more! Individual 8’ x 9’ plots are ripe for the picking at just $10 for the season. Tools, water and advice are all free! All you need is your ideas, seeds, and a little hard work. If you are interested, please call Project REBUILD, Inc. at (330) 588-3205. Reserve your plot now before they are gone! Our gardeners use organic gardening practices and can consume the fruits of their labors themselves or donate to charity. The garden will increase locally

grown food and help ease food costs for the residents of the Summit Neighborhood while providing a source of resident social interaction, building a greater sense of community pride and increasing personal connections. The garden provides an avenue of access to locally produced food and engages both children and adults in food production. Bring your kids down to teach them about the complex relationship between food, health, nutrition and the environment. The downtown Summit Neighborhood Community Garden is presented by the Downtown Canton Special Improvement District and sponsored by Project REBUILD, J.P. Morgan, The Chase Foundation and the Stark Community Foundation.


New restaurants and lounges open in time for summer fun downtown


he winter may have been wicked, but it’s made way for tons of summer fun downtown, and several new ventures are joining our landscape in time for warm weather. Read on for more information on some recent additions to the center city, as well as some new hot spots that will be opening soon.

OPEN NOW! Cork & Canvas on 3rd 322 Third Street NW (330) 453-CCO3 (2263) Lisa K. Sims and Kevin Hall, co-owners of the new wine lounge, Cork & Canvas on 3rd, are eager to welcome guests to their beautiful venue, featuring a wide selection of wines by the glass and bottle, along with beers and refreshing cocktails. The duo have long thought that there was a need for something more laid back downtown, and thus Cork & Canvas was born. Specialty cocktail concoctions include the popular champagne punch (with 10 ingredients!), Marshaa’s French Kisstini, named for Sims’ daughter, and peach sangria. The lounge has happy hour daily from 4 to 7 p.m. along with daily specials, and on Wednesdays, downtown employees get a dollar off all glasses of wine. This summer, the lounge will add small-plate tapas, and they will be open for lunch with soups, salads, sandwiches and delicious dips. Currently, Cork & Canvas on 3rd is open Tuesday through Thursday, from 4 to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. The wine lounge also features local artists on its walls and great live music in the evening. Artists interested in showing work at Cork & Canvas should contact Sims. Learn more about this relaxing, enjoyable wine lounge online at Corporate Downtown Bar & Grill 401 Cherry Ave. NE (330) 454-4745 Owner R.J. Van Almen opened Corporate Downtown, a bar and restaurant in the

former Pete’s Grill location, with the goal of attracting downtown enthusiasts and young professionals. He’s kept the modern atmosphere intact, which features urban brick and a slick bar, along with the popular outdoor patio. His menu consists of budget-conscious fare sure to please diners from lunch through dinner. Sandwiches, burgers, salads with homemade Grecian dressing, and personal pizzas are among the most popular lunchtime choices. At night, mouthwatering fish and steaks are sure to please. Come down this summer to enjoy dining on the outdoor patio, alongside live music. Corporate Downtown hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Visit Corporate Downtown on their Facebook page for more information. Sheri’s at Shears 427 East Tuscarawas St. (330) 430-0083 Sheri Morkel is at it again! She’s opened the casual eatery Sheri’s at Shears, in the location formerly occupied by Peter Shears. While the upscale atmosphere remains, Morkel’s menu is quickly becoming a downtown favorite for its reasonable prices and small but powerful selection of casual favorites. Diners can enjoy the Bacon Bleu & Beef Flatbread, daily quiche, creative burgers, wraps and salads reminiscent of Sheri’s Sweets, along with a N.Y. strip and ribeye. And don’t forget to save room for dessert! Sheri’s at Shears is open Monday and Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturdays. Visit Sheri’s at Shears on Facebook for more information and specials.

OPENING SOON! B Loco Mexican Café 237 Tuscarawas St W (330) 581-5195 At B Loco, there’s only one rule: Don’t be normal, B Loco! The Mexican café will be opening soon in the heart of downtown, and diners can expect delicious, fast,

organic Mexican food. B Loco will be open Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. The restaurant will also offer fast delivery service in town. Deli Ohio 328 Walnut Avenue NE (330) 324-8126 Deli Ohio is a simple name with a simple message. The full-service downtown delicatessen will offer high quality, natural products from Ohio. By connecting with local farms and food suppliers, Deli Ohio is able to guarantee the freshest ingredients when available. The menu features traditional deli sandwiches, including a delectable Reuben, hot pastrami and the “Cuban,” featuring pork loin and maple-glazed ham. But they also offer items for those who may be feeling a bit more adventurous. Sides, soups, and salads are all made in-house and carefully prepared using fresh, in-season ingredients. At Deli Ohio, the goal is to offer a well-crafted menu with great service at a reasonable price.   Visit for more information and a full menu. Grapes in a Glass 575 Market Ave. N Stained glass artist, wine sommelier and educator Tamara Jorgensen is combining her knowledge of art and wine at Grapes in a Glass. Her new art-gallery-slash-winetasting-bar at 575 Market Ave. will offer wine flights to encourage people to try different varietals and educate them about different types of wine.  Full bottles will be available for carry out and wine classes ranging from basic to advanced will be offered in the evenings and on weekends. On the art side, her gallery will consist of her custom stained glass windows, along with photography that represents wineries and cellars from around the world, and a local metal jewelry designer. Interested artists should contact Jorgensen for more information about available display space. Wine-related gifts will be available for purchase. Jorgensen has plans to create an outdoor patio for summer guests. Visit for more details and opening information!


Canton Blues Fest ... (continued from cover) A pioneer among the new generation of lead guitarists, Moye is the first left-handed female player to be included on Fender Guitars’ impressive roster of endorsees, and to also join the critically acclaimed 2012 Experience Hendrix tour—Guitar World magazine dubbed her the “female Jimi Hendrix” and “one of the top 10 female guitarists to know.” Moye is currently finishing her new record, Rock ‘N Roll Baby, slated for a first quarter release. Visit www. for a full biography and discography.

He has performed with and/or shared the stage with a wide variety of some of the biggest names in music and has been heard on hundreds of radio stations in over 30 different countries. And critical accolades have followed Dwight wherever he has gone: Blues Revue magazine called him a “talented musician and an impressive songwriter.” The San Francisco Chronicle called him “a music sensation…” and Andrew Gilbert of the San Jose Mercury News complimented Dwight for his “tough, lean guitar work and commanding vocals, he is a tour de force…” Visit for a full biography and discography.

Photo by Dave Lepori

Saturday night performer Shane Dwight has performed over 2,000 live shows, released seven CDs with over 60,000 units sold, been a repeat performer on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise (West Coast and East Coast), and performed at some of the biggest music festivals around the world, including Beale Street Music Festival, Bayfront Blues Festival, Bethlehem Musikfest, Ottawa Bluesfest and Portland Waterfront Blues Festival.

Boogie your way downtown, sit back with an ice-cold beverage, delicious midway fare, sensational tunes and great friends, and enjoy the best outdoor music festival north of Memphis! Want the best seats in town? Grab a two-day Blues Fest VIP Pass online for $75 and take advantage of FREE food, beer and incredible views of the stage. Visit for a full list of festival performers, including special guest stars Devon Allman and Midlife Chryslers!

Shane Dwight

This year’s Canton Blues Fest is presented by the Canton Development Partnership, a department of the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce.

2013 Canton Blues Fest

Taste of Canton ... (continued from cover) All dishes and beverages can be purchased with Taste of Canton tickets, sold individually for $1 per ticket and redeemed at each vendor booth. You can purchase your tickets onsite the day of the event, or in advance at all seven Fishers Foods locations, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce or online at Taste of Canton will be held rain or shine, and the entire Market Square greenspace will be tented for the occasion. This spring festival is made possible through the support of Fishers Foods, who has served as the title sponsor of Taste of Canton since its inception, and sponsors (to date): Chef Jon Molnar, Sugardale, Superior Dairy, Lipari Foods and Canton Chair Rental. Downtown Canton never tasted so good! Visit for more information.

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Jackson High School AP Art Show Second April Galerie Exhibit: Aspectations McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Art Film Canton Palace Theatre Aultman Prime Time Concert Cable Recital Hall Joseph O’Sickey: Unifying Art, Life and Love Canton Museum of Art Chesapeake Energy Casual Concert Cable Recital Hall First Friday – Make a Difference May Downtown Canton First Friday Family Movie Canton Palace Theatre Battle of the Magicians Canton Palace Theatre Don Dixon’s Basement Second April Galerie Enshrinement Festival Queen Pageant Canton Palace Theatre Poison Apple Ball presented by Indigo Ink Press Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography Lux Botanica: The Photography of Doug McLarty Canton Museum of Art

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CMA Permanent Collection: In Living Color Canton Museum of Art Beauty and the Beast Players Guild Theatre Canton Ballet – Classroom Demonstration Canton Palace Theatre Silent Film Special Canton Palace Theatre Spring Tea McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Fun, Fitness & the First White House Garden National First Ladies Library Taste of Canton Downtown Canton Exhibit – White House Horses; West Wing McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Peter Pan Players Guild Theatre

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Peter Pan Players Guild Theatre Lux Botanica: The Photography of Doug McLarty Canton Museum of Art Joseph O’Sickey: Unifying Art, Life and Love Canton Museum of Art

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CMA Permanent Collection: In Living Color Canton Museum of Art Exhibit – White House Horses; West Wing McKinley Presidential Library & Museum First Friday – Red, White and Blues Downtown Canton Canton Blues Festival Downtown Canton Peter Pan Players Guild Theatre Don Dixon’s Basement Second April Galerie Summer Kids Movie Canton Palace Theatre Tea with the Curator McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Canton Farmers’ Market Corner of Fourth & McKinley NW Car Show McKinley Presidential Library & Museum


Summer Kids Movie Canton Palace Theatre Joseph O’Sickey: Unifying Art, Life and Love Canton Museum of Art Lux Botanica: The Photography of Doug McLarty Canton Museum of Art

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CMA Permanent Collection: In Living Color Canton Museum of Art Exhibit – White House Horses; West Wing McKinley Presidential Library & Museum First Friday – Chalk the Walk Downtown Canton Canton Farmers’ Market Corner of Fourth & McKinley NW Scared Scriptless Improv Comedy Second April Galerie Summer Science Camp McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Summer Science Splash McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Enshrinement Festival Concert & Fireworks Downtown Canton, Cornerstone Square Enshrinement Festival Community Parade Downtown Canton

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