The North Canton Playhouse Center is a charitable and educational institution for the promotion of theatrical arts in…More the Northeastern Ohio area. The theater features entertaining and sometimes boundary-pushing works each year, including musical and youth theater, dramas, cult classics and holiday specials. Audition opportunities are offered frequently. The center runs outreach programs related to youth issues and education, senior citizens and people with disabilities. Dinner theater, field trip theater and Girl Scout theater programs are also offered.
This center was founded by Leonard and Mary McManaway and John and Sue Leonetti and is run by a volunteer board of trustees, a mostly volunteer staff and Mrs. McManaway. Shows are at 8pm and matinee shows are at 2:30pm. The theater opens for seating 30 minutes before a show starts.
Veterans of Foreign Wars 8695 Cleveland Ave NW, North Canton, OH44720 VFW Post 9904 is located on the corner of Cleveland Avenue NW and Lee Avenue NW. It is an organization dedicated to…More improving the lives of Veterans and their communities. The mission is "To foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans." It provides college scholarship programs, work on legislation and volunteer in the community. Membership information can be found on its Web site.
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio 1010 Applegrove St NW, North Canton, OH44720 Serving nearly 40,000 girls in the northeast Ohio area, GSNEO is a well-known organization of volunteers and youth. The…More group helps teach young girls life skills and values to aid them in growing into their full potential to lead successful lives as adults. The organization has bake sales, door-to-door sales of famous Girl Scout cookies, and additional group activities. Annual membership is $12 per member and provides funding for activities and supplies.
Bluecoats Drum & Bugle Corps P.O. Box 2733, North Canton, OH44720 The staff at this local, non-profit organization offers music training for youth and helps students develop…More character and leadership and social skills. The Corps, which has around 150 members between the ages of 15 and 22, travels around the country while practicing and perfecting its 11-minute routines. The organization relies on volunteers for food service and uniform repair.