Upcoming Village Events:
Memorial Water Tower Service: May 2019
The Magnolia water tower will be in service for 20 days beginning in mid-May. Water service will not be affected, but pressure may vary. For full details, please see the letter from our Board of Public Affairs as posted on our Village Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/villageofmagnoliaohio/
Rabies Vaccine Drop: May 19th – May 25th, 2019
The Stark County Health Department will be conducting an aerial rabies vaccine drop around the greater Magnolia area. Visit their website for more information: https://www.starkcountyohio.gov/public-health/latest-news/stark-county-health-department-announces-oral-1
Street Sweeping: May 23rd, 2019
Street sweeping will begin early morning on Thursday, May 23rd. In order for all streets to be swept, please have all vehicles parked off street by midnight Wednesday May 22nd. Overnight parking will be available in the downtown Village Park parking lot.
Memorial Day 2019: May 27th, 2019
Join us in Magnolia to honor those who served. The parade will step off from the funeral home and proceed to Magnolia Cemetery, where there will be speakers, music, and honor guard salute. Parade forms at approximately 10:40am and cemetery ceremony will begin at the conclusion of the parade (approximately 11:00am).
Hydrant Flushing: Spring 2019
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.
Canal Days 2019: August 9, 10, & 11
Mark your calendars for great Magnolia food and fun, starting Friday night and ending with the Grand Parade Sunday afternoon!
Mosquito Spraying: Look for a date in summer 2019!
The Stark County Health Department will be conducting mosquito spraying inside the Village on the evening of August 8. 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
Historical Society Apple Dumpling Fundraiser at Taggert’s: October 2019
HOMEMADE APPLE DUMPLINGS
Taggart’s in Magnolia – Add a scoop of their delicious ice cream 🙂
Made & Sponsored by the Magnolia Historical Society
TAKING ORDERS FOR FROZEN APPLE DUMPLINGS UNTIL OCTOBER 21st
e-mail Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org orcall 330-866-9744 orPlace order at Taggart’s
Note: no orders filled until after October 7th
Fall Leaf Pick Up: Mondays and Wednesdays, October – early December 2018
Leaf Pickup will begin in the Village for autumn 2018 on Monday October 22, and continue on Mondays and Wednesdays 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!: TBD, 2019, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Join us for Trick or Treat in the Village! Residents who plan on passing out candy are to turn on their front porch lights. Be sure to make your way downtown to the Village Park afterwards for the Lion’s Club Bonfire and costume contest, complete with doughnuts and cider, starting at about 7:15pm.
Village Clean Up: Look for a date in Fall 2019
Sponsored by Sandy Valley Sanitation
What: bring your trash
Where: old Magnolia School lot, behind the new fire station
Time to get rid of your junk or trash! The Village of Magnolia, sponsored by Sandy Valley Sanitation, will be providing a dumpster on the morning of Saturday April 13th for Village residents to drop items free of charge. 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, and electronics. Happy cleaning!