Saturday, October 6, 2012
Our top five most popular stories of the week — all in one place
1. Mitt Romney crashes through North Canton bar window: If it's in the newspaper, it must be true, right? Well, not in this case. We found this completely made up story in the farcical online newspaper The Onion this week and had a good laugh about the North Canton name-drop. 2. Car gets stuck on retaining wall in construction area: What do you think? Was this an easy mistake to make? An East Canton woman misjudged the entrance to the shopping plaza at North Main and Applegrove streets and found her car stuck on a newly constructed retaining wall. 3. A new councilperson steps up to the plate: North Canton City Council swore in Stephanie Snow Werren as Ward 3 Rep Wednesday night, and we got a chance to talk one-on-one with Werren to see …
We've getting close to 100 photos in our Brews After 5 blog post. Have you shared your pics yet?
Thursday, October 4, 2012
The North Canton Chamber hosted its third annual Brews after 5 event at Hoover Park. Check out the gallery to see a sampling of beers, bands and the many guests!
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce snagged one lively band to play at its annual Brews After 5 event, taking place tonight at Hoover Park
No, your eyes aren't deceiving you; that musician really is playing a rubboard. The rubboard is just one unique instruments in a lineup of many when it comes to the band Mo' Mojo. You'll also see them pick up the accordion, fiddle, guitar, bass, sax, trumpet and harp as well as percussion instruments. The band will play at the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce's Brews After 5 event, which takes place from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. tonight at Hoover Park. Tickets for the event, which features 10 beers from around the world, are sold in advance through event committee members and will also be available at the door. Need more details? You'll find them in this North Canton Patch story.
Saturday, September 29, 2012
The North Canton community will come together for an evening of food, live music, friends, networking and beer appreciation as the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce presents the third annual Brews After Five event
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Check out some of our most popular stories of the week
1. A blast from the past: One North Canton Patch reader wrote into us this week about an interesting sight at North Main and Applegrove streets. Craig Barnard said he could see trolley tracks, and sure enough he was right. Here's what the North Canton Heritage Society had to share about them. 2. Thirsty? Get your ticket to Brews After 5: The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce will host Brews After 5 again this year at Hoover Park. It's $15 for a sampling of 10 beers from around the world. We've got the full details here! 3. Orchard Hill PTA investigation over: North Canton police announced this week that they no longer are investigating money that was reported missing from the Orchard Hill PTA in May. See what they concluded here. 4. …
Monday, September 17, 2012
The event, hosted by the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce, takes place from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Oct. 3 at Hoover Park
Looking to get a little more adventurous with your drink choices? The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce can help with that. The Chamber will host its annual Brews After 5 event from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Oct. 3 at Hoover Park, and it's put together a strong lineup of drinks. We're talking brews ranging from very light (the Belgian Affligem Blond) to the darker stuff (the Waterloo Dark). There's even some limited edition brews, like the Newcastle Werewolf Ale, and some that are just hitting the shelves, like the Leinkugel Lemon Berry Shandy. "There's really something for everyone," said Christina Weyrick-Cooper, organizer for the Brews After 5 event. "And the great thing is you can try them all in 4-ounce tastes and then buy full bottles of …