It’s time to think about getting out on the trail! The Massillon Museum’s next Brown Bag Lunch program, featuring Dan Rice, will be “The Ohio and Erie Canalway and Towpath Trail: Creating a Legacy for Future Generations,” on Tuesday, March 22. The program will begin at 12:10 p.m. and conclude at 12:50 to accommodate those who attend on their lunch hours.
Admission to Brown Bag Lunches is free to everyone and no reservations are required. Gessner Hall provides ample space and seating for the Brown Bag Lunch audience. The Museum provides free cookies and coffee for Brown Bag Lunch guests. Sandwiches, salad, and smoothies can be purchased at Greatness Cafe in the Museum lobby or guests are welcome to bring their own lunches.
Daniel M. Rice is the president and chief executive officer of the Ohio and Erie Canalway Coalition (OECC). OECC is the regional non-profit organization working for the conservation, development and interpretation of the natural, historical and recreational resources along the Ohio and Erie National Heritage Canalway from Cleveland to New Philadelphia, Ohio. Since 1994, Rice has worked with more than 150 community partnerships and raised over $75 million in development funds for the development of the 101-mile multi-use Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail and the Ohio and Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. He has received numerous regional and national awards.
MassMu is located at 121 Lincoln Way East in downtown Massillon. A visit is always free and everyone is welcome. Free parking is available on adjacent streets and in nearby city lots. For more information, call 330-833-4061 or visit massillonmuseum.org.