Monday, December 17, 2012
Here are a few in town and around Northeast Ohio. If you know of any of your favorite restaurants that are open that we missed, add them in the comments.
Whether you don’t celebrate Christmas or just don’t feel like cooking for the holiday, we have you covered. Here are some of the restaurants that are open on Christmas Day in Northeast Ohio’s Patch towns: Click on the links above for information on each restaurant, including its phone number and regular business hours. Holiday hours may be different, so call ahead! Did we miss the restaurant you love to visit on Christmas? Add the details in the comments.
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Our Patch Elf on the Shelf has gotten ahold of our computer and now wants to know what his buddy elves are up to. Share your photos here!
Hi friends! I'm the Patch Elf on the Shelf. Call me Patchy. I've heard about more of my friends hanging around the area lately, and I wondered what they were up to. Could their families post pictures here on Patch to show me? I'd love to catch up with all of them. We all go back to Santa on Christmas Eve, but in the meantime we'll be watching you! Cheers, Patchy the Elf Upload your best Elf on the Shelf photos to the slideshow above! The photos above are from our Pennsylvania Patch readers.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Sobering fire safety video shows how important it is to water your tree regularly
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Well-meaning but intrusive relatives at holiday gatherings can be a challenge for women without children. Personal boundaries will help; anger and tears rarely do.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
This year's holiday event takes place Dec. 2 on the Hoover Company lawn
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Christmas is on its way, and North Canton is ready to kick off yet another Christmas Sing and Tree Lighting. This year's event takes place Dec. 2, with events taking place on the Hoover Company lawn and along East Maple Street. The scheduled activities include a holiday performance by the Elite Silver Stars from 4:30 p.m.-5 p.m., followed by the Hoover High School Hi-Notes and Hi-Los. Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive on a North Canton fire truck at 5:45. Then, Mayor Held and guests will light the Christmas tree. Santa will stay to visit with children in his special Santa House following the tree lighting. Complimentary refreshments include hot chocolate from St. Paul’s LifeTeen Group and Bill and Mary’s Diner, coffee from the Washington …
Friday, November 16, 2012
'Dream Receipt' promotion runs Nov. 23 - Dec. 24 at every store
Kohl’s is launching a “Dream Receipt” program, picking up the tab for one winner every day from Nov. 23 – Dec. 24, in every store and at Kohls.com. A Kohl’s shopper will be picked at random every day in every one of Kohl’s 1,146 stores across the country and on Kohls.com. Kohl’s will pay for each winner’s entire purchase. The store will give each winner an additional $10 transferable promotional gift so that they can help “pay it forward” by giving it to someone else for this holiday season. Over the 32-day period, Kohl’s will reward more than 36,500 Dream Receipt winners. During the same period, for every new "like" on Kohl’s Facebook page, the store will donate $1 to Toys for Tots, up to $500,000.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The committee will send your child a personalized letter — from Santa Claus, of course — along with a special coloring page, for $5
To raise money for this year's prom, the Hoover High Junior Prom Committee is getting a little help from jolly ol' St. Nick. The group will send out personalized letters — addressed to your child and signed by Santa Claus — for $5. The child also will receive a special coloring page mailed directly to the name and address provided. What's more? Santa will even mention a specific gift in the letter. The Junior Prom Committee works hard throughout the year to raise money for the event, said Nicole Makowski, Hoover High business teacher and prom adviser. "My junior prom committee members come to early morning meetings to plan our fundraisers and to sign up for duties; they come in during their study hall periods and even stay after school …
Monday, November 12, 2012
The North Canton Public Library will actively collect donations for “A Community Christmas” and the “Holiday Paws Pantry” beginning Monday, Nov. 19.
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Trade in old or broken sets for energy efficient LEDs
People can save cash and energy this year by participating in The Home Depot’s fourth annual Christmas Light Trade-In. From Nov. 1 - 14, customers can bring in their old working or non-working Christmas light strings to be recycled and receive coupons from $3 - $5 off the purchase of energy efficient seasonal LED string lights. Want to recycle your lights in North Canton? The closest Home Depot is at 4873 Portage St. NW, North Canton.