Class Time: 2:30 p.m. Post by: Karen Dhyanchand I am excited to share chair yoga with the community this Saturday.  We will explore stretches while sitting, as well as standing behind the chair.  This class will be accessible for everyone – all ages, all abilities.  Bring a friend that has always wanted to try yoga.  Chair yoga is a […]

Class Time: 1:45 p.m. Join this class to learn how Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes criminally abused, neglected and abandoned farm animals, and how you can get involved. BONUS: delicious vegan cupcakes will be served. About Happy Trails: Rescue – working in cooperation with law enforcement and county humane organizations, we provide […]

Class Time: 1 p.m. Post by: Terri Greenwald, Librarian, North Canton Public Library “Tai Chi does not mean oriental wisdom or something exotic. It is the wisdom of your own senses, your own mind and body together as one process.” Chungliang Al Huang There are many different Tai-Chi practices. We offer Tai-Chi Chuan, Yang Style […]

So, you’ve just finished reading the most amazing novel about a forbidden love affair between a vintner and a flower girl. All you truly want now is to find another novel just like it, or at least pretty close. (You’re willing to settle on a romance between a dairy farmer and seamstress, for instance.) In […]

Class Time: 1:45 p.m. Bicycle gurus from Ernie’s Bicycle Shops will be demonstrating how to assess the different types of flat tires and how to change that flat tire, so you can enjoy your ride.  They will also touch on the 10 point bicycle safety check.  This is a great how to clinic for the […]

It might be because I’m kind of a dork about my computers, but I have to confess that every time I get a new laptop, I can’t wait to personalize it. Now, a lot of it is practical—I want the programs I use all the time to be pinned to the Taskbar or the Start […]

Did you know you can write an entire novel in just one month? People do it all the time, and I’m not just talking about Stephen King and Nora Roberts, but amateurs with a crazy idea and some motivation. It happens every November during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but there are tips you can […]

Do you have a favorite book? You know which book I’m talking about—the one you tell everyone about, and the one you look at someone a little bit out of the side of your eye if they say they didn’t like it. Yeah, that book. Well, we want to know how much you love your […]

The 2019 May Show opens April 28 and will be on display in the gallery through June 1. Call for Entries Guidelines: The call for entries is open to any artist 16 years of age or older living or working in Stark County. All works submitted must be original, recent (within the past three years) […]

Not to bring up those pesky New Year’s resolutions again, but a lot of people use this time of year to set the goal of learning another language. If that’s something you’re interested in, the library has a great database called Transparent Language. With nothing more than a library card and a desire to learn, […]