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Here are 4 things to do this week |

Here are 4 things to do this week

Looking for something to do? Here are a few ideas.


Find area events or add your own with our online events calendar at http://indeonline.eviesays.com/. See the events calendar at the bottom right of our home page, or get to the calendar from the Entertainment tab at the top of the page. Also, check out the “Happenings” listing for area events in the daily newspaper. Submit items for the print edition by email to amy.knapp@indeonline.com. Write “Happenings” in the subject line and include your contact information in case we have questions.

Have a conversation with the past

Take a step back in time and talk to historical figures during HistoryAlive from 3 to 6 p.m. April 28 at Spring Hill Historic Home, 1404 Springhill Lane NE. The event features actors portraying local figures from the past as well as famous figures throughout U.S. History. The house will also be open for guests to explore. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for students 6-12, and free for children 5 and younger. For tickets, call Director Sammy Kay Smith at 330-833-6749 or email info@springhillhistorichome.org.

Take a walk

Celebrate Earth Day an early morning run/walk on The Wilderness Center’s trails. The TWC Wilderness Run 5k will be a chip-timed race beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday along the Wilderness Walk and Pioneer Path trails. A 1-mile Fun Run also will be held around Wilderness Lake at 9 a.m. After the Wilderness Run, check out the many activities planned throughout the day, including foraging for wild morsels, camping tips, a photo contest and a planetarium theater show. To register for the run, visit verticalrunnerrm.com.

Learn about urban farming

StarkFresh is opening up the greenhouse doors from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at 613 Rowland Ave. NE, Canton. The StarkFresh Food Production Job Skills Training Farm will allow the public in to see how an urban farm operates using 100 percent community input. Guests can view crops growing in garden beds, learn how to compost, check out community artwork and much more. Admission is free and a collecting of gently used pots, pans, and other cookware to redistribute to community partners teaching cooking classes will be held. Gently used gardening supplies and tools also will be collected to add to the tool lending program for community gardens. For more information, call Tom Phillips at 330-353-8793 or email tomp@starkfresh.org.

Join the fight against MS
 
Join hundreds as they raise more funding at Walk MS: Massillon on Saturday at Jackson High School, 7600 Fulton Road NW, Jackson Township. Walk MS is an opportunity for people to come together with friends, loved ones and co-workers to fundraise, connect and advocate for people affected by MS.  Check-in is at 8 a.m. with the start of the event at 9 a.m. To find a walk near you, to participate or to volunteer, visit walkMS.org, call 855-372-1331 or email fundraisi…@nmss.org.

 

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