ArtsinStark runs one of 60 united arts fund drives in America. The $1.7 million raised through the annual arts campaign supports the area’s largest arts organizations: Canton Ballet, Canton Museum of Art, Canton Symphony, Massillon Museum, Palace Theatre, Players Guild and Voices of Canton.
900 Cleveland Avenue , Canton, OH 44702
Event Lighting has been designing spectacular ambient and decorative lighting designs for individuals, companies and organizations since 2002. The principal owner, Dean Ross, has worked in theater, touring productions and the television/movie industry his entire career, and it is this expertise that he brings to illuminate your event. We offer uplights to add color, pinspots to add focus, special-effect lighting and images/names/logos projected in light. Our designs range from simple and subtle
2525 34th NE, Canton, OH 44705
Foltz Community Center
Our Business is Bringing People Together! Trade Shows, Expos, Seminars, Training Classes, Fundraising Events, Weddings. The Foltz Center maintains a wide range of state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment for all your meeting needs. Joel Davis Hall with table seating for 360 guests, Brunner-Bland & Kroft Rooms, each have table seating for 80, and Varian Room seats 65. Our Sunday Brunch held bi-weekly features omelet & waffle stations. Call for Dates.
224 Wood St. N, East Canton, OH 44730
Louisville Public Library
The Louisville Public Library serves as a centralized hub for innovation and lifelong learning within the Louisville community. By providing the only full makerspace in Stark County, called the Library Lab, the Louisville Public Library makes it possible for patrons to take a hands-on approach to learning new and unusual prices of technology. The library is also on the cutting edge of sensory programming through its Discovery Center programming space. The Louisville Public Library encourages all!
700 Lincoln Ave, Louisville, OH 44641
Town & Country Garden Club
We protect and conserve natural resources, educate the public to become caretakers of our environment and encourage beautification of our community to promote business and residential growth. We maintain many public gardens and the downtown pots in the city, provide funding of scholarships for students studying Earth related sciences, provide opportunities to further knowledge of horticulture for members and the community and provide garden related programs for children. Like us on facebook!