Event Series Hope Foundation-Wine for Hope

Hope Foundation-Wine for Hope

Waypoint 4180 4180 Westford Place, Canfield, OH, United States

Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley's Wine for Hope Friday, April 21st, 2023 | 6:15-10:30pm All Honorees will be honored at the Wine for Hope. An exciting evening of fine wines, gourmet food, and great music. Each year, we celebrate spring’s arrival with our Wine For Hope wine tasting event. Enjoy great wines and food,

Family Days – Butler Art

Butler Institute of American Art 524 Wick Ave., Youngstown, OH, United States

The Butler Institute of American Art is offering Family Days, a series of free educational art programs for families. The programs are for children in preschool and primary grades with their caregivers. Join artist and docent Sandy Trolio for an afternoon of family tours, demonstrations, gallery scavenger hunt, and art-making. 2023-2024 Dates are October 22,

Family Days – Butler Art

Butler Institute of American Art 524 Wick Ave., Youngstown, OH, United States

The Butler Institute of American Art is offering Family Days, a series of free educational art programs for families. The programs are for children in preschool and primary grades with their caregivers. Join artist and docent Sandy Trolio for an afternoon of family tours, demonstrations, gallery scavenger hunt, and art-making. 2023-2024 Dates are October 22,

National BraveHearts Day

Each year on April 28, we celebrate National BraveHearts Day to honor the bravery of families dealing with pediatric cancer. During this time, pay tribute and support the families and friends of those involved in the child’s life. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalBraveHeartsDay #SpotlightHope Navigating through cancer is hard and often scary. Families who

Kite Festival – Austintown Township Park

Austintown Township Park 6000 Kirk Road, Austintown, OH, United States

A Kite Festival will be held at Stacy Pavilion in Austintown Township Park on Sunday, April 28 from 12:00pm-3:00pm. Free kites to every kid until they are gone! The festival will include face painting, Home Depot projects, Safe Community Exhibit, First Responders: Austintown Police & Fire with special guest “Blaze” the Arson Dog, APD drone

Mommy and Me Tea

Boardman Township Park 375 Boardman-Poland Rd., Boardman, OH, United States

Boardman Township Park will host the Mommy and Me Tea on Sunday, May 5 from 11:00am-1:00pm and 3:00pm-5:00pm at the Lariccia Family Community Center. Girls, ages 3-9, along with mom, grandma, or special adult, are invited to attend a semi-formal tea and fashion show. You can choose to attend from either 11:00am to 1:00pm or from

Mommy and Me Tea

Boardman Township Park 375 Boardman-Poland Rd., Boardman, OH, United States

Boardman Township Park will host the Mommy and Me Tea on Sunday, May 5 from 11:00am-1:00pm and 3:00pm-5:00pm at the Lariccia Family Community Center. Girls, ages 3-9, along with mom, grandma, or special adult, are invited to attend a semi-formal tea and fashion show. You can choose to attend from either 11:00am to 1:00pm or from

National Foster Day

We are raising our voices on the first Tuesday in May to celebrate National Foster Day and encourage everyone to wear blue in support for foster youth in the U.S. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #FOSTERCAREBLUE As we kick off Foster Care Month, we are providing the platform to help repair a system that is plagued

Fathers Day

On the third Sunday in June, Father’s Day honors the role fathers play in the family structure and society. The day recognizes not just fathers, but the father figures in our lives. These are the men we look up to who set solid examples for us and guide us throughout our lives. #FathersDay Many families

National Friendship Day

Friendships come in many forms, and we begin developing them when we’re very young. Throughout our lives, friendships and their meanings evolve. Our classmates and neighborhood pals explored the world with us. Together we shared experiences and made plans for the future. Eventually, paths diverge and new friends find a place in our social experience.

National Sister Day

National Sisters Day on the first Sunday in August celebrates the unique bond between sisters. This particular set of siblings embrace moments that make them laugh and cringe. While they don’t always agree, sisters have each other’s backs. #NationalSistersDay All siblings have the odd argument here and there, but deep down there’s little way around

National Read Book Day

National Read a Book Day is observed annually on September 6th. On August 9th, we all celebrated National Book Lovers Day. While these bookish days may seem similar, National Read a Book Day invites us ALL to grab a book we might enjoy and spend the day reading. Don’t keep it to yourself. Share the

National School Picture Day

On the Second Thursday in September, National School Picture Day reminds us to put on our best smiles. #NationalSchoolPictureDay Picture Day creates memories that last a lifetime. Not only that, but the day makes moms and dads radiate with pride and joy. Whether they capture the first toothless grin or the start of adolescence, school

National Family Day

On the fourth Monday in September, National Family Day encourages everyone to gather around the table and enjoy a meal together. #NationalFamilyDay The old saying goes, “Families who eat together, stay together,” but did you know they may also be reducing the risk of addiction? According to the National Center on Addiction, families who eat

National Hero Day

On October 8th, National Hero Day honors the people we look up to and who inspire us to be the best person we can possibly be. #NationalHeroDay If asked to define the word hero, many of us will name the qualities that demand a person rise above, the qualities that genuinely drive a person to

National Pumpkin Day

National Pumpkin Day recognizes a favored autumn decoration and food on October 26th. Not only do they make great fall decorations, but the pumpkin also completes a variety of tasty recipes. Join a pumpkin competition or visit any of the many fall festivals featuring the beautiful gourds. #NationalPumpkinDay By October 26th, we’re in a frenzy

National Trick or Treat Day

National Trick or Treat Day on the last Saturday in October extends one of the country’s favorite holidays – Halloween! #TrickOrTreatDay Dressing up as the scariest or most fascinating character we know draws us to the holiday. People of all ages put hours of effort into creating elaborate costumes for one big night. Wouldn’t it

National Princess Day

Celebrate the Princess in every girl by taking part in National Princess Day on November 18th! #NationalPrincessDay Perhaps you know a Princess who shines because of her gift of laughter, making everyone around them smile. Maybe your Princess shows her royal nature by her great acts of kindness and heart of gold. Or your Princess

Mickey Mouse Birthday

On November 18th, Mickey Mouse Birthday commemorates the debut of a lovable mouse that was once a rabbit called Oswald. His character got his start on film on November 18, 1928, but before that, the story begins in 1927, when Walt Disney first sketched a floppy-eared bunny while under contract to Universal Studios. The events

National Child’s Day

November 20th each year recognizes National Child’s Day and all the potential represented by our children’s ambitions, dreams, and goals. Through educational goals, STEAM projects, and academic missions, educators and families join forces to provide an excellence at all levels of education. #NationalChildsDay Education begins at home, and by providing parents with resources vital to

National Play Day with Dad

On November 25th, National Play Day With Dad encourages fathers to spend the day focused on fun with their kids. It’s a day designed for bonding and memories. The Hidden Christmas Gem in the Valley: Kraynak’s Christmasland still bringing joy to young and old alike #PlayDayWithDad A dad play day allows the children of fathers

Gingerbread House Day

Gingerbread House Day on December 12th recognizes a family tradition for many around the country. #GingerbreadHouseDay A favorite food of an Armenian monk, Gregory of Nicopolis, brought gingerbread to Europe around 992 AD and taught French Christians to bake it. Since gingerbread was often used in religious ceremonies, monks baked to be sturdy to molded into

National Twin Day

On December 18th, National Twin Day celebrates all the siblings who enjoy the unique connection because they share a birthday. Whether fraternal or identical, twins share everything right from the beginning. While their personalities may be different, they often know what the other is going to say before the words are spoken. Distance isn’t an

National Sticker Day

National Sticker Day on January 13th recognizes all the ways stickers brighten up a page or send a special message. The day celebrates all things stickers, from the custom printing of them to sharing stickers. Every sticker has a story. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalStickerDay Historians credit the European merchants in the 1880s as

National Rubber Ducky Day

According to a 1973 Sesame Street calendar, Rubber Duckie’s Birthday is January 13th so around the country it’s National Rubber Ducky Day! A friend of Ernie and Big Bird, Duckie made his debut in a February 1970 episode. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalRubberDuckyDay The rubber ducky (also spelled duckie) has come a long way

National Tooth Fairy Day

February 28th, National Tooth Fairy Day, encourages us to take a look back on the history of one of dental care’s little helpers. It’s one way our children develop good dental hygiene. #NationalToothFairyDay Like some of the fantastic creations who oversee children, the tooth fairy is a relative newcomer to the world of childhood fantasies.

National Sons Day

Every year on March 4th, National Sons Day honors the sons of the world and those who raise them. The day also takes a look at a son’s role and his relationship with those around him. Around the world, slightly more sons are born than daughters. Both bring joy to families, though. Our rambunctious sons

National Promposal Day

On March 11th, National Promposal Day prompts the ultimate question each year. “Will you go to prom with me?” It’s the day for high school students across North America to craft their unique invitation to the event of the year. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalPromposalDay Prom takes a lot of planning. That includes finding

National Little Red Wagon Day

On the last Wednesday in March, National Little Red Wagon Day celebrates the memories in the making and the ones already made. One iconic toy wields the power of imagination for adults and children alike as it brings us together to explore, laugh and play. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #LittleRedWagonDay For nearly 100 years,

National Crayon Day

Each year, on March 31st children and adults alike, pick up their favorite colors for National Crayon Day. Opening up a box of crayons opens up a world of imagination and hours of fun. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalCrayonDay Wax and chalk-based crayons have been used by artists around the world for centuries. Edwin

National Love Our Children Day

National Love Our Children Day on the first Saturday in April focuses on raising awareness on child abuse during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This day honors all children and encourages us to develop loving, respectful relationships with our children. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalLoveOurChildrenDay Child abuse and neglect affect an estimated 700,000 children

National BraveHearts Day

Each year on April 28, we celebrate National BraveHearts Day to honor the bravery of families dealing with pediatric cancer. During this time, pay tribute and support the families and friends of those involved in the child’s life. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalBraveHeartsDay #SpotlightHope Navigating through cancer is hard and often scary. Families who

National Foster Day

We are raising our voices on the first Tuesday in May to celebrate National Foster Day and encourage everyone to wear blue in support for foster youth in the U.S. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #FOSTERCAREBLUE As we kick off Foster Care Month, we are providing the platform to help repair a system that is plagued

Fathers Day

On the third Sunday in June, Father’s Day honors the role fathers play in the family structure and society. The day recognizes not just fathers, but the father figures in our lives. These are the men we look up to who set solid examples for us and guide us throughout our lives. #FathersDay Many families

National Friendship Day

Friendships come in many forms, and we begin developing them when we’re very young. Throughout our lives, friendships and their meanings evolve. Our classmates and neighborhood pals explored the world with us. Together we shared experiences and made plans for the future. Eventually, paths diverge and new friends find a place in our social experience.

National Sister Day

National Sisters Day on the first Sunday in August celebrates the unique bond between sisters. This particular set of siblings embrace moments that make them laugh and cringe. While they don’t always agree, sisters have each other’s backs. #NationalSistersDay All siblings have the odd argument here and there, but deep down there’s little way around

National Read Book Day

National Read a Book Day is observed annually on September 6th. On August 9th, we all celebrated National Book Lovers Day. While these bookish days may seem similar, National Read a Book Day invites us ALL to grab a book we might enjoy and spend the day reading. Don’t keep it to yourself. Share the

National School Picture Day

On the Second Thursday in September, National School Picture Day reminds us to put on our best smiles. #NationalSchoolPictureDay Picture Day creates memories that last a lifetime. Not only that, but the day makes moms and dads radiate with pride and joy. Whether they capture the first toothless grin or the start of adolescence, school

National Family Day

On the fourth Monday in September, National Family Day encourages everyone to gather around the table and enjoy a meal together. #NationalFamilyDay The old saying goes, “Families who eat together, stay together,” but did you know they may also be reducing the risk of addiction? According to the National Center on Addiction, families who eat

National Hero Day

On October 8th, National Hero Day honors the people we look up to and who inspire us to be the best person we can possibly be. #NationalHeroDay If asked to define the word hero, many of us will name the qualities that demand a person rise above, the qualities that genuinely drive a person to

National Trick or Treat Day

National Trick or Treat Day on the last Saturday in October extends one of the country’s favorite holidays – Halloween! #TrickOrTreatDay Dressing up as the scariest or most fascinating character we know draws us to the holiday. People of all ages put hours of effort into creating elaborate costumes for one big night. Wouldn’t it

National Pumpkin Day

National Pumpkin Day recognizes a favored autumn decoration and food on October 26th. Not only do they make great fall decorations, but the pumpkin also completes a variety of tasty recipes. Join a pumpkin competition or visit any of the many fall festivals featuring the beautiful gourds. #NationalPumpkinDay By October 26th, we’re in a frenzy

National Princess Day

Celebrate the Princess in every girl by taking part in National Princess Day on November 18th! #NationalPrincessDay Perhaps you know a Princess who shines because of her gift of laughter, making everyone around them smile. Maybe your Princess shows her royal nature by her great acts of kindness and heart of gold. Or your Princess

Mickey Mouse Birthday

On November 18th, Mickey Mouse Birthday commemorates the debut of a lovable mouse that was once a rabbit called Oswald. His character got his start on film on November 18, 1928, but before that, the story begins in 1927, when Walt Disney first sketched a floppy-eared bunny while under contract to Universal Studios. The events

National Child’s Day

November 20th each year recognizes National Child’s Day and all the potential represented by our children’s ambitions, dreams, and goals. Through educational goals, STEAM projects, and academic missions, educators and families join forces to provide an excellence at all levels of education. #NationalChildsDay Education begins at home, and by providing parents with resources vital to

National Play Day with Dad

On November 25th, National Play Day With Dad encourages fathers to spend the day focused on fun with their kids. It’s a day designed for bonding and memories. The Hidden Christmas Gem in the Valley: Kraynak’s Christmasland still bringing joy to young and old alike #PlayDayWithDad A dad play day allows the children of fathers

Gingerbread House Day

Gingerbread House Day on December 12th recognizes a family tradition for many around the country. #GingerbreadHouseDay A favorite food of an Armenian monk, Gregory of Nicopolis, brought gingerbread to Europe around 992 AD and taught French Christians to bake it. Since gingerbread was often used in religious ceremonies, monks baked to be sturdy to molded into

National Twin Day

On December 18th, National Twin Day celebrates all the siblings who enjoy the unique connection because they share a birthday. Whether fraternal or identical, twins share everything right from the beginning. While their personalities may be different, they often know what the other is going to say before the words are spoken. Distance isn’t an