Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The organization announced exciting news on its Facebook page Tuesday morning
Update at 10:18 a.m.: The teasing is over — the Hoover Historical Center made a big statement Tueday morning by announcing its tours are now free. The organization will reopen its doors on Feb. 27. The historical center previously charged $5 for admission for adults and children under 12 were free. Do you think not charging for admission is a good move? —————————————————————— The Hoover Historical Center is teasing us. The organization posted on its Facebook page that it is planning on making a big announcement around 10 a.m. Tuesday. Some Facebook followers began to guess at the big announcement: To which the historical center replied no. Until the big news is shared on Facebook — what do you think the announcement will be today?
Saturday, December 15, 2012
The folks at Walsh University's Hoover Historical Center have are having a merry time sharing "throwback" Hoover vacuum commercials on their Facebook page this week
The Facebook page of Walsh University's Hoover Historical Center is full of vintage Hoover vacuum commercials this week, and we couldn't help but notice. Take a look at this 1959 Australian TV commercial posted on YouTube. Want to see more? Head over to the center's Facebook page!
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Hey, shutterbugs: Are you attending one of the many (free!) holiday events in North Canton? Share your photos with everyone right here!
Not in the holiday mood yet? Catch the spirit at one of these weekend events in North Canton – then share your photos with fellow Patch readers! Here's what you do: Just upload your photo to this story by clicking the "upload photos and videos" button underneath our photo and take it from there! Here's a rundown of what's going on in town this weekend:
Thursday, December 1, 2011
We've rounded up a few holiday-related events for you, like an ugly holiday sweater party and North Canton's Christmas sing and tree lighting, as well as other stuff to keep you entertained through the weekend
- HOLIDAY GUIDE
- Morgan Day
Thursday, December 1, 2011
1. COFFEE HOUSE NIGHT AT CAFFE GELATO Where/When: Caffe Gelato; 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Friday Why Go: They'll have poetry readings, live music and awesome gelato and coffee drinks to keep you buzzed on a Friday night. Cost: Free 2. 'A FASHIONABLE MURDER' AT THE FAIRWAYS Where/When: Fairways of North Canton; 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday Why Go: Presented by the North Canton Playhouse, A Fashionable Murder is not only a drama you get to watch, but a drama you get to participate in. This dinner theater also features a 50/50 raffle, a silent auction and a chance to win dessert. Cost: $30 3. DOLSON HOLIDAY SWEATER PARTY AT THE MUSICA Where/When: Musica, 51 East Market St., Akron; 8 p.m. Saturday Why Go: Here's your chance to whip out that ugly Christmas …
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
The Hoover Historical Center is beautifully decorated every holiday season, thanks to hundreds of volunteers from North Canton and surrounding communities
When it comes to decorating for the holiday season, the general rule is the more people involved the merrier. The many community groups that come together every November is what truly makes Walsh University’s Hoover Historical Center a special place for the holidays. By Thanksgiving of every year and in plenty of time for the annual “Christmas on Hoover Farm,” volunteers will have the Hoover home dressed up in holiday glory. Each year several groups from North Canton and surrounding areas donate decorations and volunteer their time to put up the decorations, including nine trees, window wreaths, swags on the fence and other festive adornments. The volunteers come from several community service groups, including members of The Herb Society…