The following is a basic list of Village events that typically take place throughout the year. For specific dates and details, check our website homepage and Facebook page.
Village Clean Up: 1-2x per year, spring and/or fall
Sponsored by Sandy Valley Sanitation
What: bring your junk
Where: old Magnolia School lot, behind the new fire station
Time to get rid of your junk! The Village of Magnolia, sponsored by Sandy Valley Sanitation, will be providing a dumpster on the morning of Saturday May 8th for Village residents to drop items free of charge. Only three roll off dumpsters will be provided, and when those boxes are full, the Clean Up event will be over. Please take care to recycle items (recycle bins are at the downtown park) when able, and the following items are prohibited: paint, chemicals, tires, appliances, electronics, and regular household trash. Happy cleaning!
Street Sweeping: typically 1-2x per year, usually in May and other times as needed
Street sweeping will begin early morning. In order for all streets to be swept, please have all vehicles parked off street. Overnight parking will be available in the downtown Village Park parking lot and at Village Hall.
Hydrant Flushing: 2x per year; once in spring and once in fall
The Magnolia Water Department will be flushing the Village fire hydrants during this week. Excess water will be in gutters, and some water discoloration in your home is possible. Please call the Water Department at (330) 265-8747 with any questions.
Join the Village of Magnolia as we honor those who served. Parade steps off from the Funeral Home parking lot around 10:50am and will march to the Magnolia Cemetery with a ceremony to follow beginning around 11:00.
Rabies Clinic (sponsored by the Carroll County Humane Society): typically 1x per year
The Rabies Clinic will take place at Magnolia Village Park. The cost is $7 per animal – dogs, cats and ferrets. All animals must be on a leash or in a cage, cannot be pregnant, and at least 4 months old. Veterinarian Dr. John Walters will administer the vaccines.
Mosquito Spraying: August (if needed)
The Stark County Health Department will be conducting mosquito spraying inside the Village on the evening of TBD. In case of rain, high wind, or cold temperatures, spraying will be postponed. Persons who suffer from respiratory ailments may vacate the area. Beekeepers should take the necessary precautions to protect their hives. For any additional questions, contact: Philip Revlock, RS – Environmental Division – Stark County Health Department – (330) 493-9904, x2027 – email@example.com
Canal Days: typically the second Friday and Saturday in August
Mark your calendars for great Magnolia food and fun starting Friday night, the Grand Parade Saturday evening, and much more!
Fall Leaf Pick Up: late September through early December
Leaf Pickup will take place in the Village on Mondays and Thursdays as needed through December. Leaves must be bagged and placed at the curb / street edge. Bags must be light enough for one person to lift; any bags which are too heavy will be left at the curb. Only leaves will be accepted; no sticks or other yard waste.
Magnolia Trick or Treat!: always on October 31st (unless there is local HS football)
Join us for Trick or Treat in the Village! Residents who plan on passing out candy are to turn on their front porch lights. Trick or Treat runs from 6-7pm, followed by a bonfire and costume contest in the downtown Magnolia Village Park, sponsored by the Sandy Valley Lions Club. Apple cider and doughnuts will be served.
Tree Lighting: early December
Join us for Magnolia’s Tree Lighting. At 6:00 on Taggarts patio, hear the SVHS Select Choir & watch the tree lighting. From 4:00-7:00 visit the toy, train & tree display in the Caresha building. Tour Kemp Blacksmith Shop & take your photo with an antique sleigh donated by Allan & Suzanne Tozzi.
Santa Visits the Firehouse: December
Come to the Magnolia Fire Station and visit Santa! Check back for dates and details.