Founded in 1907 as an exclusive haunt for elegant businessmen, The Canton Club showers guests in grandeur with its elegant dining, décor, and theater productions. Delight a date with Scarlet Fever—A Romantic Comedy, a Top of the Town Production that turns a bitter breakup and vengeful plan into a rousing rendezvous, filled with music, a mischievous cupid, and mistaken identity. Each ticket includes an all-you-can-eat meal with soda, coffee, and tea; late-night laughs can also be supplemented with the on-site cash bar. Enjoy a romantic evening with a significant other or clingy patent lawyer bathed in the majestic Canton Club atmosphere, fully garnished with working fireplaces and Tennessee marble. The curtains part for Scarlet Fever at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m.
In 2004, Debbie Quinn was the manager of several high-rise office buildings, an environmental manager for local hospitals, and the head of laundry operations for multiple four-star hotels. But still, she felt that perhaps something was something missing, and that something was a more personal, client-facing operation. That’s when she started QCS Carpet Cleaning, which, according to an interview at The Suburbanite.com, began out of Debbie’s house. And within only a few years of her husband Mike joining in on the venture, the couple had grown the company to envelope a modest group of 40 employees.
In the same interview, Mike radiates with pride at his wife’s dedication to her client base. “The first day on a job,” he explains, “Debbie is usually there cleaning and working with the lead project manager for that team.” Though QCS specializes in residential and commercial carpet cleaning, the company’s services tackle many tasks, from floor refinishing and interior painting to one-time flood cleanups for special occasions such as soprano night at the local aquarium.
The Canton Palace Theatre is a 1509 - seat theatre built in 1926. The Palace is available for use for corporate events, private movies, private receptions and wedding ceremonies. The majestic Palace Theatre is the heartbeat of the Canton community and plays host to over 300 events (movies, recitals, conecerts) per year.
Helmed by a licensed doctor and ably staffed with professional nurses and personal weight-loss counselors, Physicians Weight Loss Centers continues a 33-year-long corporate tradition of helping patients achieve and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. Six different programs, such as a low-carb VLCD 700 or a low-fat, high-energy 1500, slim bodies with calculated nutrition regimens that may prove to be much more effective than fad celebrity diets of sugar water and shredded movie reviews. Products such as meal-replacement bars and B12 shots give helpful boosts to systems, and one-on-one support and guidance empowers patients to work their way to healthy living.
Out on the first tee at Arrowhead Golf Club, players stand on the precipice of an 18-hole gauntlet formed by heavily wooded fairways, green-guarding bunkers, and hero-minting water carries. One make-or-break shot arrives as early as the second hole’s approach shot, where anything short of the peninsula green lands in the water, anything long winds up among the evergreens, and anything too high disintegrates upon atmospheric reentry. The premium on strategic shot-making exists throughout the rest of the course as well, most notably on the 200-yard tee shot on the par 10th, the treacherous carry over the sand moat on the 15th green, and around the severe dogleg turn on 16. Upon successful completion of their round, players can dine in the club’s grillroom, where they’ll find a menu stuffed with appetizers, sandwiches, and cold drinks.
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Roscoe Village’s end came swiftly. In 1913, the bustling canals that serviced the small port town burst under the weight of a flood. Afterward, due to the extent of the damage and the increasing use of railroads and trains for shipping, its residents decided that the devastation wasn’t worth the repair. They packed up and left Roscoe Village for time and antiquing bears to tear apart.In the 1960s, Edward and Frances Montgomery rediscovered the dilapidated village. They remembered it in its glory, and, anxious to give back to the community they had called home for so many years, put forth the funds to restore it to the leisurely grace it embodied in the 1830s. Now, the historic buildings are again bustling, but with artisans performing age-old trades such as broom making, blacksmithing, and avoiding scurvy. Guides further divulge historical tidbits as tour groups stroll through the village, which features dining, lodging, and shops full of handcrafted souvenirs, homemade fudge, candy, and jam. Roscoe Village also sets an old-timey backdrop for yearly festivals that include craft fairs and fundraisers.