Arts District Fall Fun October 31

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in News

Arts District Fall Fun October 31

By Todd Walburn As the push for the Christmas holiday yearly creeps more and more into Autumn months, Halloween costumes and decorations are often crammed against trees, tinsel and garland in stores trying to capitalize on two very different but very kid-friendly holidays. What saves Halloween from getting absorbed completely by jolly old St. Nick is a push from aging but ardent generation X, Y & Z adults who aren’t quite ready to give up the ghost. As we all graduate from plastic pumpkins to pillowcases, it is clear to all of us as children that our days of such spooky thrills are numbered (we have all had the awkward 17 year old trick-or-treater at our door and it ain’t pretty) but we long for the rush of dressing in costume and the scary excitement of knocking on the doors of strangers and, of course, piles and piles of candy. This year, some creative folks in The Canton Arts District have found a way to combine the youthful joy of trick-or-treat with the adult pleasures of shopping and dining out (and you can still be a grown-up princess or zombie and nobody will turn you away.) Halloween afternoon from 1pm to 4pm, most of the galleries, shops and restaurants will be open for grown-up shopping and dining as well as free treats for kids in costume! It’s a safe, fun and festive way to share our adult love of Halloween with the kids in our lives. They get candy, while we enjoy a great cup of coffee, an amazing gourmet burger and a jump start on our holiday shopping, and everyone gets to see new art by local artists. It’s trick-or-treat in Canton’s favorite neighborhood where everyone is a friend and there is no stranger danger. You don’t have to be under 12 to enjoy a great Halloween afternoon gathering candy. The holiday season begins in The Canton Arts District! And when darkness falls downtown, there is still more to do (once you get the kids home and in bed). The Canton Palace Theatre is showing The Rocky Horror Picture Show at 7:30pm, then treat yourself to some great beer and great music at The Buzzbin Halloween Crawl. Don’t forget that most downtown Canton businesses are open regular hours during the week as well! Remember to support the people and places that continue to bring great, unique family entertainment to our community! If it wasn’t for great art, food and shopping, Downtown Canton would be pretty scary!     Todd Walburn is the co-owner of Second April Galerie and Studios and a blogger for...

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Canton Arts District All-Stars Exhibit

Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in News

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Canton Arts District All-Stars Exhibit

The Canton Arts District All-Stars Exhibit is a one-night art event that is open for submissions to visual artists who work, play, or exhibit artwork in the Canton Arts District. Drop off your artwork and complete an application on Monday, November 2, 2015 from 10am – 6:30pm at the Canton Museum of Art. (Printed applications will be provided to artists at CMA on Nov 2.) The works will be on display in the Museum Galleries for one-night only: First Friday, November 6 from 5-8:30pm. Visitors during the event will vote on their favorite works until 8:00 pm and the winner will be announced before the show closes at 8:30pm. The winning artist will have a feature profile in About Magazine, a special ARTe newsletter dedicated to their artwork sent to thousands of subscribers, a $100 gift card to Pat Catan’s Prizm Art Store, and a feature in the @CantonMuseum quarterly magazine. All artwork must be picked up after the exhibit closes between 8:30-9:30pm on Friday, November 6. There is no fee to participate. RULES: Artists must be at least 18 yrs. old Limit one submission per artist Open to all artists who celebrate the Canton Arts District (May live in Summit, Stark, or other counties) Collaborative works are welcome but each individual can only be part of one submission Entries must be original and created between 2013-2015. 2D Size Limits: Must be under 4’W x 4’H and 6” Depth (Must be ready to hang/install) 3D Size Limits: Must be free standing or fit on a 20” x 20” pedestal. Visit www.cantonart.org/all-stars for more...

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Art as a process: Walburn reflects on time writing “We Rise”

Posted by on Oct 20, 2015 in News

Art as a process: Walburn reflects on time writing “We Rise”

By Todd Walburn The creative process can, at times, feel as much about chance as it is about craft. As artists, we can stare at blank pages or blank canvases (with talent and decades of experience behind us) and still have no idea where to make the first mark. Other times the ideas flow so freely that it seems we can’t keep up, an unexpected spark lighting the imagination like a match to gasoline, burning through the walls of self-doubt and excuse effortlessly. The trouble is, we can’t always predict when that inspiration will take hold of us or how well-prepared we will be when it does. So it was for me when the story for my first play, “We Rise” presented itself to me a year ago. I was not prepared to feel the kind of pull to a subject that I felt with this story, nor did I have the time or the resources to follow it through, or so I thought. There is a point in your career as an artist where you begin to realize that all of the experience, all of the success and failure and wasted canvas, clay and paper becomes the foundation upon which you create something really worthwhile (for yourself at first, then hopefully for others). You also find that, despite the restraints you imagined for yourself, everything that came before that moment was preparation for what lies ahead. I was drawn to the story of AIDS activism because of my history growing up in the midst of the AIDS crisis as well as an interest in the seemingly opposite subjects of mortality and hope. I was compelled to tell a story of people who I found fearless and smart, innovative and strong. It becomes difficult to make excuses why you can’t tell a story you feel is important to share with others when throughout your research you are uncovering stories of unimaginable bravery and strength. So I found the time and I found the resources. Much of the play was written on my iPhone when I had spare moments before I fell asleep at night or waiting for laundry to dry. I took incredibly efficient trips to New York City, funded by friends and family on Kickstarter, to interview and research my subjects. I immersed myself in my subject day and night, all the while trying to keep a business and a personal life operating as normal. It wasn’t easy but, it turned out, it was possible. We can’t predict when inspiration will happen for us. Maybe it happens once in your life, maybe it happens over and over again. What is important to remember is that all of the work that we do as artists prepares us for those moments of inspiration. The crumpled pages, discarded canvases, abandoned creations of all sorts, are our foundation, the basis upon which...

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Rocky Horror Picture Show

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in News

Rocky Horror Picture Show

On October 31st the Canton Palace Theatre will once again present its annual showing of the Halloween classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”.   The film was released in 1975 – that’s  40 years ago!  40 years  of Dr. Frank N. Furter, Janet, Brad, Dr. Furters creation – Rocky, and The Time Warp! Along with the film screening, the Palace also hosts a costume contest, and attendees are encouraged to come in your best Columbia, Frank or Magenta costume.  The show beings at 7:30, and the costume contest starts at 7:00pm so plan to arrive early!  Movie admission is $7.00, and prop bags are available for an additional $8.00 (no outside props permitted)....

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Urban Farming: StarkFresh needs your vote

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in News

Urban Farming: StarkFresh needs your vote

According to the US Census Deli Ohio on Walnut Avenue is located right in the middle of an urban food desert, with more than a half mile of distance for residents with low access and low income the opportunity to access fresh food. How do we change such a large problem on our tiny little plot of land? We start a revolution in our back yard. Deli Ohio and StarkFresh are attempting to deconstruct an eye-sore of a parking lot with an edible pocket park. The Edible Oasis will transform this community by bringing a beautification effort along with a place to grow fresh foods for the public to consume. It will also provide lush shade in the form of fr…uit trees in a downtown atmosphere that is mostly a concrete jungle. Now that we have your attention you may be asking how you are able to help. While there will be many ways to help in the future, an immediate way for you to help is by simply voting for the cause and getting the word out. Voting is open now and lasts through July 6th. You can vote once a day through the end of the competition. If StarkFresh is able to secure another $15,000.00 in grants not only can we help pull this off but we can make it the best pocket park Downtown Canton has ever seen! Like, Share, Vote, Repeat! Thank you for your support and your effort in making Downtown Canton a better community for everyone. VOTE HERE —>...

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“Life by the Water” exhibit opens at Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in News

“Life by the Water” exhibit opens at Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center

Artist Sandy Paradis is back home from a long winter’s stay in Florida where she has been furthering her studies in watercolor dye techniques. Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center & Gallery is excited to present “Life By the Water” the artwork of Sandy Paradis, highlighting the excitement of Florida’s fish, sea turtles, crabs, water birds, plants, lakes and ponds. Former Canton City Schools art teacher, Sandy will captivate viewers with these fun, vibrant, colorful watercolor paintings. Come meet Sandy at the Exhibit Opening Reception, a celebration event with light refreshments, on Thursday, July 2nd 6-8 pm. Sandy will also be at the gallery to meet guests on First Friday, July 3, 6-9 pm. Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center & Gallery is located in the Canton Arts District at 209 6th St NW, Canton OH 44702. In conjunction with this exhibit will be a variety of classes and workshops for youth and adults studying watercolor techniques. To make this exhibit opening even more spectacular, the gallery will also feature Brenda Gallagher-Baker’s Canton Quilt. This visual masterpiece has over a hundred historical pictures of Canton, Ohio embedded in the design. The hand stitched quilt measures 88″ x 106″. Born and raised in Canton, Ohio, Brenda now resides in southern Kentucky. She created this quilt to help keep the stories of Canton alive. For more information contact the gallery at 330-452-8211 or email lt@LyndaTuttle.com....

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What’s With all the Hub-bub?

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in News

What’s With all the Hub-bub?

By: Sonny Grzybowski On a quiet corner in Downtown Canton sits the color-block building that many have seen but only few know. I’m talking about the Hub Art Factory. Located on 6th St., this bold building is hard to miss, but not a lot of people know what exactly goes on in there. The factory consists of a group of local Canton artists, creating and displaying their works in the same building. Great idea, right? Sometimes they host special artists for special events, but usually the cast consists of Alaska Thompson, David McDowell, Hugo Jimenez, Jeremy Aronhalt, Kelsey Stoddard, “Letterpress Jess”, “Razor and Ink”, Robbie Q., Tim Eakin, and Tim Carmany. No one artist is alike, and with this talented group you never know what you are going to experience. If you want to see some pictures of their work, hop onto their website and go to the artist page. If you click on their pictures, you can see work that they have done in their profile. Each month The Hub has some special events that go on. Coming up on June 5th, they will be hosting SWARM by Steve Ehret and Kat Francis. It should be a MONSTEROUSLY good time and will be CRAWLING with fantastic artwork by both of these amazing artists. Want to know more about the events that are going on at the Hub? Take a look at their website at thehubartfactory.com and visit their events page or go to their blog at thehubartfactory.com/home-page/blog . “There is still so much more we can do.  So much more inspiration and empathy and deep thought and humor and harmony that we can impart.  These are what make us human.” Help these talented artists do what they love by supporting them in their work. The Hub has an Etsy page where you can purchase some of the pieces created there, www.etsy.com/shop/HubArtFactory. Stop by and say hello, and take a minute to appreciate what these wonderful people do, some of them for a living. Buy local art, and make sure to Keep it...

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Lots of changes on 4th Street

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in News

Lots of changes on 4th Street

When was the last time you were in Downtown Canton? If it hasn’t been recently, then you haven’t seen all of the changes happening in the Arts District. Just on 4th St. alone there are new shops going in! Buzzbin Art and Music shop is preparing to expand into their new, larger location just next door. With a huge new patio, warm summer nights will be filled with live music, good beer, and some fresh air. Next stop is Cool Again, a brand new shop in the neighborhood. They specialize in 1950’s-1980’s vintage items which include clothing, jewelry, houseware, and a lot more! They also have some really cool robots! Welcome these nice folks to the neighborhood by stopping by to say hello! Coming soon to the 4th St. family is Stoffer’s Market. They are going to have locally grown fruit, and veggies, and farm fresh meat and eggs. Add some local to your dinner table, and stop in to Stoffer’s. Need your photo taken? Need some last minute senior pictures? Need some new local photography to hang in your house? Or maybe you’re just feeling like a “Character of Canton”. Visit Joe Albert Photography. The face behind the “Characters”, Joe shows his talent and his passion in all of the work he does. Last but certainly not least is Arrowhead Vintage Shop. They sell records, home décor, pins, patches, and clothing. Arrowhead is more than just vintage, though! They feature handmade items such as beard oil, greeting cards, necklaces, and soaps. And that’s just to name a few! Downtown Canton is bursting with excitement, and this summer is going to bring so much more. Make sure you stop down and check it out for...

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Monumental 4th Celebration

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in News

Monumental 4th Celebration

ArtsinStark is a sponsor of the BRAND NEW Canton’s Monumental 4th Celebration. The fireworks are returning to the monument this year and there will be a new festival component that runs from 4-10pm. We’d love to have you participate if you’re interested.   The festival will start at 4pm down in monument park on Stadium Drive. There will be live music, food, games, art. At 8pm on the monument steps, the Canton Bluecoats will perform and there will be a short ceremony honoring local veterans. Fireworks are set to go off between 9:45 and 10pm. If you participate, you have two options. You can tear down at 8pm when the bluecoats start, or 10pm when the fireworks go. Up to you. Better placement will be given to those groups that commit to being there till 10. If you are interested, please fill out one of the forms below and return it to Tricia at tricia@artsinstark.com Nonprofit Application Artist Application Food...

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Character of the CAD, Tim Carmany

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in News

Character of the CAD, Tim Carmany

Tim Carmany, the Owner of The Hub Art Factory, is the face behind the ever changing piece of art, well building, on 6th Street.  Beginning his journey in the Canton Arts District in a small studio space in Second April in the Fall of 2011, he has only been expanding his signature marks throughout the community since then.  He brings his energy to creating his own works of art through glass, Improv, and giving a home to many other local artists at The Hub Art Factory. Carmany grew up in Huntington, Ohio, or “Corn County” as he calls it.  He brought his talents to Canton when he chose to attend Malone University where he studied Communication Arts.  After his time at Malone, he spent time all over the country including Los Angeles, New Jersey, Chicago, and Philadelphia.  After being away for five years, Tim ended up right back here in Canton.  All of his experiences have shaped him into the artist and person that he is today. When Tim is not creating masterpieces of art or helping others find their creative side, you can see him making people laugh with Canton’s own Improv Troupe, “Scared Scriptless”.  Using social media, he has also been able to connect with a whole new audience of art lovers that are not from Canton, including celebrities!  He is always coming up with creative ways to keep his gallery going, including “Buy a Piece of Art, Pay a Bill”. When asked what his favorite thing about the Canton Arts District, Tim replied “(There is) almost unlimited possibility.  Very few things that I can dream up are impossible here.  And there is no shortage of people who want to help.” Make sure to check out The Hub Art Factory at 336 6th...

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Character of the CAD, “Buzzbin Mike” Nasvadi

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in News

Character of the CAD, “Buzzbin Mike” Nasvadi

“Buzzbin Mike” Nasvadi, the owner and head honcho of Buzzbin Art & Music Shop and Buzzbin Magazine, has been bringing the latest music news, bands, and energy to downtown since 2008.  Mike considers himself to be everything Buzzbin and you can always see him in that iconic yellow building on the corner of 4th and Cleveland and if he is not there, then he is riding his bike around town! Mike grew up in the Canal Fulton area, has lived in Massillon, and now currently lives in Canton.  He has always had a passion for art, starting off as an Art major at Kent State University, but ended up studying the Theory of Mathematics.  Mike also received a Master’s degree in Math from the University of Akron.  All of these passions have made him a successful business owner, creative mind, and supporter of the arts. When he is not busy expanding his own organizations, Mike is constantly creating new projects for the Canton Arts District.  He is one of the leading founders of the Canton Music Block and he is constantly using social media to gain attention of the Canton Arts District, Buzzbin, and Canton Music Block.  Recently announced, Mike will be recognized for all his involvement within the community as a 2015 ystark! Twenty Under 40. When asked what his favorite thing about the Canton Arts District, Mike replied “I love the fact that we are a cooperative community.  We all work together and stay in pretty close contact.  Also, Canton is such a small-big town.  In one night you can see a Charge game, a great band, and have a custom crafted Canton beer…all on foot.  The walkability and personality of the district is unparalleled by surrounding downtown areas.  That’s what makes the CAD so unique!” Mike loves what he does and is so excited to share that Buzzbin is getting ready to expand within the next few months.  Bigger shows, bigger places to hang out and a sweet back patio!  Make sure to check it all out! Phot by Joe Albert of Characters of Canton page and J. Albert...

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May First Friday calls you to “Hit the Streets”

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in News

As warm weather makes its way into downtown Canton, so should you for First Friday on May 1st! This months theme is “Hit the Streets”, and with all of the exciting events going on, that’s exactly what you’ll want to do! First Stop is at Canton Museum of Art. Enjoy their Annual Canton Ceramic Arts Guild May Show and Sale, featuring pottery and sculptures, all handmade and available for purchase! Support the Stark County Hunger Task Force by visiting their exhibit, “Empty Bowls Against Hunger”. Ikuko Miklowski is at Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center between 5-8. See her award winning Diminutive Stoneware. Ryan Humbert is performing from 7-9, so stick around for some great music! “Explorations” by Carol McGill and “Post Human Biomes” by Jonah Jacobs are at JourneyArtGallery. With music by Jeff King, these exhibits are bound to get your creativity flowing. Beads for Life, an organization that helps women in Uganda provide for their families, is hosting a trunk show. Their jewelry is not only beautiful and handmade, but it’s affordable, too! IT’S A MAD, MAD WORLD at Translations Art Gallery at Julz by Alan Rodriguez. This exhibit celebrating AMC’s classic drama, Mad Men, features artists tributes to the themes and characters of the show. “What would you name your personal luxury yacht?” Come to Snarky Art for “The Jackson Pollock Project” and help create a floor-sized work of art to show off your answer! Participants ages 12+, stop by before 9:30. Giant Sloths, Guardian Whales, Combat Catfish, Oh My! The UNEXPECTED HEROS collection by Tim Eakin and Alaska Thompson at the Hub Art Factory takes you on an adventure into the backstories of these fantasy creatures from 5-10. Grab some original artwork, prints, or trading cards to take home with you! Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the kids! Court Avenue is loaded with free kids art activities from 2nd St. to 6th. Tony Morris, Brilliant Balloon Bender blows away the info booth with balloon beauties from 6-8. Louise Udovich, Creative Captain of Caricature’s, creates captivating characters on Court Avenue from 6:30-8:30. Student art will be displayed in Second April Galerie and in Juilliard Arts Centers 3rd Space from 6pm to 8pm. Come to the United Way parking lot and learn about healthy eating, exercise, and good mental health through creative arts. After 10, don’t go home just yet! Shuffle down to the Auricle for Dance Night at 11, (bar opens at 5), boogie over to Buzzbin for some great local music starting at 8:30, or wiggle over to Cheese Louise for some tunes by Mia Morning and friends from 9-2am. No matter how you “Hit the Streets” this First Friday, you’re bound to have a good time....

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Character of the CAD, Georgia Paxos

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in News

Character of the CAD, Georgia Paxos

Georgia Paxos, the Executive Director of the Canton Palace Theatre, has been the face “behind the screen” since 2007.   She, along with her small staff and dedicated Board of Directors, bring films, live performances, and music to a historic stage that has been set for entrainment for over 85 years. Before coming to Canton, Georgia was born and raised in the Washington DC metropolitan area.  She is a graduate of George Mason University, where she majored in Communications and received a minor in International Relations.  She brought all of her skills to Canton, when she married Canton native, Mike Paxos and later began her career at the Theatre.  Under her direction, the Palace has increased its attendance, and offered more diverse programming and most recently completed a $1.35 million Capital Campaign.  This campaign has been the first of its kind for the Palace since 1991. Not only is Georgia making amazing strides within her own organization, she is also extremely active in the rest of the community.  She is a graduate of the 26th Class of Leadership Stark County and sits on the ystark! Executive Committee and the Leadership Stark County Alumni Committee.  Georgia was recognized in 2014 as a ystark! Twenty Under 40 and About Magazine Downtown Mover and Shaker in 2013.  She is also a member of St. Harlambos Greek Orthodox Church and serves as the advising co-chair for the Canton Greek Fest. When asked what her favorite thing about the Canton Arts District is Georgia says “I love the camaraderie of all the business owners/operators have amongst each other.  We’re always willing to help promote each other’s events and work towards keeping the CAD and all of the downtown busy each and every day of the week.” When she is not in the Canton Arts District, she loves spending time with her husband, and two sons, at their home in North Canton.  She does love the Arts District so much though, that both her boys attend the only school in the CAD, St. Peter’s School! Photo by Joe Albert of Characters of Canton page and J. Albert...

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February 6’s First Friday is Art of the Author

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in News

February 6’s First Friday is Art of the Author

Book lovers, art lovers, food lovers, music lovers, and well – lover lovers – are all snuggling in for a cozy First Friday on February 6 from 6-10 p.m. in the Downtown Canton Arts District.  “Art of the Author,” is the theme of the evening, bringing page turning excitement from the Canton Museum of Art, the Stark County Public Library, The Hub, Julz by Alan Rodriquez and every place in between.  Start the night at 5 p.m. with the CMA as First Stop First Friday offers free admission to the Ferdinand Brader exhibit plus heart-stopping gifts from the museum store and artists on display in Wilkof courtyard.  Then, travel to the library – before 7 p.m. — to view the repurposed book art of artist Pam Neff and learn how to make art from discarded pages.  You can also grab a book to borrow and take your picture with it, tagging #SCSLartoftheauthor on Instagram.  Everyone’s favorite author, JK Rowling, will have her hit, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” shown for free at the Canton Palace Theatre at 7:30 p.m.  And adults can enjoy some author-inspired drinks, like the F. Scott Fitzgerald Gin Ricky, at Grapes in a Glass.   But save some money to bid at the “Silent Love” silent auction, at Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center, benefitting art intervention and outreach.  Then, pick up lovely new top and save $5 at Dress No Evil.  The Hub Art Factory will be experimenting with everyone’s favorite colors – red, white and blue, as they deck their walls with fun.  Artist Su Nimon will have loads of heart-inspired art and cards to buy along with Journey Art Gallery’s exhibit, “Horses, Landscapes and Beyond,” featuring the work of artist Margo Miller.  Next door, Snarky Art invites you to engage in “Heart Attack,” a community art project.  Buzzbin will start rocking at 7:30 p.m. with a cliff-hanger line-up, The Auricle opens at 5 p.m. with Dance Night running from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Download the First Friday map for Art of the Author – February 6  — plus additional details you may need at www.cantonartsdistrict.com/firstfriday  First Friday is presented by the downtown Canton Special improvement District and ArtsinStark.    ...

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Sixth Annual Taste of Canton Set for May 21 and 22 in Downtown Canton

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in News

Feast on local fare from over 20 restaurants and specialty vendors. Join fellow foodies in downtown Canton for the sixth annual Taste of Canton, a two-day food festival that’s bigger and better than ever in 2014. Taste of Canton, now in its sixth year, will be held on Wednesday, May 21, and Thursday, May 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Market Square (301 Market Ave. N) featuring a feast of local flavors from over 20 restaurants and specialty vendors. From grilled barbeque to gourmet burgers, from fancy crab cakes to frozen custard, this year’s list of participants includes a little something for every palate. Stark County food enthusiasts will enjoy a new look at this year’s Taste of Canton, including more seating, 12 new restaurants to the event, a craft beer and wine garden, preview of the Canton Farmers’ Market and more. This year’s lineup includes (to date): Almost Heaven Ice Cream, Baja Pizzafish, Benders Tavern, Bombshell Cupcakes, The Canton Club, Carpe Diem, Chocolates by Erin, Danny Boys, Deli Ohio, George’s Lounge, Kabab & Curry, Loby’s Bar & Grille, Lucca, Mack’s Custard, 91 Restaurant Group, Nom Nom Popcorn, Old Carolina Barbecue, Papa Gyros, Peace Love & Little Donuts, Tapas 218, Two Fat Guys BBQ, and more! Each will showcase their delicacies in the form of small sample plates, available for $2 to $6 each. Selections will include appetizers, entrees and desserts from a variety of cuisines. In addition to these delicious “tastes” of Canton, attendees can enjoy an expanded selection of craft beers and specialty wines.Beginning at 6:30 PM each evening, the event will feature live music: The Bearded Lady with Elec Simon and Saxy Rob (Wednesday) and Yankee Bravo (Thursday). All dishes will be purchased with Taste of Canton tickets, sold individually for $1 per ticket and redeemed at each vendor booth. Tickets can be purchased onsite the day of the event, or in advance of the event at all seven Fishers Foods locations, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, or online at CantonChamber.org. Buy tickets by May 19th, and receive 30 tickets for the price of $25.Taste of Canton will be held rain or shine, in and around the Market Square greenspace. For more information or to buy tickets, visithttp://www.TasteofCanton.com. This event is made possible by Fisher’s Foods, along with sponsors Smuckers, Sugardale, Superior Dairy, Brewster Cheese, About Magazine, Ticket, Canton Chair Rental, and...

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Annex of Second April looking for vendors for May 3 Art Walk

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in News

The Annex of Second April and Arcadia Grille are hosting an art walk on May 3 from 2pm-7pm. The Art Walk will be held on Court Avenue between 2nd St. NW and 4th St. NW. 10×10 spaces are available to artists for $20. A special rate of $15 is offered if the artist donates a piece to be raffled off). The deadline to apply is April 30 at 6pm. For more information please call the coordinators at 330-412-1788 or e-mail...

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