Monthly Archives: October 2011

Boredom No Option at Concord NH Boys & Girls Club

Boredom is NEVER an option at the Boys & Girls Club! Want to find someplace for your children to connect with other kids under close adult supervision? Then this is the place for you. One of the iTownz team members … Continue reading

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Is Your Floor Clean? Are you Sure?

NexClean Carpet & Furniture Cleaning Service If you live in Akron, Cleveland or South to the Sugarcreek area then you need to make sure that your floors are squeaky clean and that you use NexClean for your next cleaning job! … Continue reading

Posted in Carpet & Furniture Cleaning Ohio | Tagged , , , | 28 Comments

Love Your Puppy…And People

This blog submitted by Bob Williamson. Bob can be reached at bob@wftd.com I usually get up between 2 and 3 a.m. My little dog sleeps near my office in his bed inside a wire crate (and has done so since … Continue reading

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Train and Toy Show in Wayne County! Woot Woot

What could be better than a Train & Toy Show in Wayne County? Nothing, so you need to make plans to get to this event! iTownz is very partial to trains anyway! Jon Ulbright says “Only two and half weeks … Continue reading

Posted in Attractions Massillon Ohio, Attractions Wayne County, Things to do in Wooster Ohio | Tagged , , | 64 Comments

Nature Fest Arts & Crafts Show at The Wilderness Center in Wilmot

The Nature Festival Arts & Crafts Show is scheduled for Saturday, November 5th from 9am until 4pm and features artisans and crafters who depict nature in their work. A bake sale offers sweets while you shop! This event supports The … Continue reading

Posted in Amish Country in Ohio, Arts & Entertainment, Attractions Wayne County, Education, Food & Dining, Fundraiser Good Cause Wayne County Ohio, Home & Garden, Shopping, Wayne County CVB | Tagged , , , , , | 12 Comments
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