Celebrating 50 Years | Stark Parks
Listing for craft shows, county fairs, bazaars, fairs, expos, shows and 1//27 – International Motorcycle Show – Cleveland 2/17 – Cars & Parts Swap Meet and Car Show – Springfield .. 8//2* – Stark County Fair – Canton .. November (1) · October (2) · September (13) · August (5) · July. Ohio Largest Indoor/Outdoor Performance Meet! Circle track, drag, sprint and. EVENT AT STARK FAIRGROUNDS: Miller Lite Canton Motorcycle Swap Meet this Sunday, Jan. 27th, 10am-4pm. For more info, call ext.
Provide park visitors the opportunity to connect and appreciate the wonders found in Stark County.
Natural history and informal interpretation training will be provided. Quail Hollow Park Unique Opportunities Visitor Center Greeter — greet people as they enter the building, respond to questions, answer the telephone Sat.
Celebrating 50 Years
Must be able to make change, greet visitors, learn about the park history to answer visitor questions weekends, pCross-Country Ski Rental — must be able to come to the park on weekends during the winter months. Assist visitors with fitting ski equipment we will train Sat. Special Events — the volunteers plan and hold two fundraising events during the year: Help is needed in all aspects of these events to make them successful.
For additional information please visit http: Stark Parks provides training in park history, First Aid, and customer service. Special Event and Marketing Love talking to people about the park? Family Fall Fest, Summer Splash ; assist staff with conducting visitor surveys or fundraising. Dixon won from start to finish with Rall second and Weicht wrapping up the final transfer position.
On lap 2 Rall made his move to take the second position, moving Dixon to third. Chris Thomas 18, Mansfield, OH 5. Ronny Rall 52, Engadine, MI 2.Dock Diving Tails 2012 Stark County Fair DockDogs Event Review, Canton, Ohio
Dave Weicht 26, Pierceton, IN 3. Mike Callen 33e, Galesburg, MI 4. Marc Monroe 9, Tallmadge, OH 5. Chris Hathaway 82, Syracuse, IN 2. Jon Massie 77, Wooster, OH 3.
Phil Mosquera, Westland, MI 5. Well-known graphic artist Richard A. Thompson of Canton created the hiking-frog logo. At just ten-years-old, Amanda Criss of Canton named the green amphibian at a contest held during the Stark County Fair.
The Stark County Trail and Greenway Plan was adopted in to connect people, places, and communities with miles of interconnected, recreational trails.
This plan is what drives the development of Stark Parks green space and trail expansion today. In July ofthe Stark Parks website was created, allowing for better connectivity of county residents. Ways to Get Involved: Not only were there many new areas and ways to enjoy the parks, but more volunteer opportunities for individuals became available as well.
With the creation of the Trailblazer program inpeople could get involved in a whole new variety of ways. Countywide Growth s Pivotal Partnerships: The partnership formed with the Stark County District Library was undoubtedly a defining connection in Stark Parks history — a significant relationship that began with a friendly conversation at a Chamber networking event.
The Stark County District Library also had a need for a permanent branch in Perry Township, so the idea of two public agencies working together to accomplish both needs in one building in Perry Township was born.
The conversation between Park Director Bob Fonte and a Library Board Member ignited the idea of joining resources and opening a joint building between the two community groups.
In June ofthe structure in Perry Township opened on the north edge of the park.
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The building has become a center of nature, culture, and life-long learning. The partnership between Stark Parks and the Library was the first of its kind in the country, serving the community with numerous recreational and educational opportunities. The Exploration Gateway was not the only significant partnership that was cultivated during this time.
Stark Parks continued expansion with the dedication of the Lake Ave. This collaboration allowed for the shar ed use of resources, and most importantly, more opportunities for county residents to take advantage of the Towpath Trail and Canal. As the number of staff increased and resources became more available, Ohio Boating Education classes were initiated in