CANTON — A re-enactment of the marriage ceremony of William and Ida McKinley highlights First Friday functions on June 4.

“I Thee Wed,” the 150th marriage ceremony anniversary re-enactment of the presidential few will be 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. at Christ Presbyterian Church at 530 Tuscarawas St. W.

Christ Church users Adam and Bonnie Wiggins will portray the betrothed couple. The Rev. Michael Wallace, associate pastor, will portray the Rev. Ebenezer Buckingham, who performed the ceremony in 1871.

An opening event will be held at 5 p.m.

“I Thee Wed” also incorporates historic walks to the Stark County Courthouse, Crossroads United Methodist, Canton Repository and National To start with Ladies’ Library.

President William McKinley and First Lady Ida McKinley are pictured together in this undated photograph.

June 4 occasions are 6 to 10 p.m. The First Friday theme is “Canton Satisfaction.”

Elec Simon’s drum circle is 6 to 7 p.m. at Centennial Plaza. “Deliver your five-gallon bucket and sign up for in the pleasurable,” Arts in Stark mentioned in a Initial Friday information launch.

Disco Inferno performs from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at Centennial Plaza.

Elec Simon will be leading a drum circle from 6 to 7 p.m. at Centennial Plaza in downtown Canton as part of the June 4 First Friday events.

Admission to the Canton Museum of Artwork, 1001 Market Ave. N, is free of charge 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. by reserving timed tickets at www.cantonart.org/reservetickets

The museum’s totally free Downtown Canton Scavenger Hunt launches throughout Initial Friday.

The scavenger hunt, for all ages, is impressed by the museum’s “Mort Künstler: ‘The Godfather” of Pulp Fiction” exhibit.

"Mort Künstler: 'The Godfather” of Pulp Fiction Illustrators' exhibit at the Canton Museum of Art showcases more than 70 original drawings and paintings that graced the covers of American magazines, paperbacks, and weeklies throughout the 1950s and ‘60s. The exhibit is open through July 3.

“Guided from any smartphone, teams will discover the show and Canton’s public art and culture as you operate your way through the adventure clues, completing responsibilities and photo challenges,” the museum stated on its internet site. “Consider an afternoon or evening, place on your going for walks footwear and go take a look at our fascinating downtown with mates or relatives.”

Acquire a free Canton Museum of Art shirt at the final halt by finishing the hunt, while provides last. For a lot more facts on the scavenger hunt, visit www.cantonart.org/scavengerhunt

The Canton Museum of Art's Downtown Canton Scavenger Hunt is part of the June 4 First Friday activities.

At Very important Arts, 324 Cleveland Ave. NW, featured artist David King offers “Time Vacation,” a assortment of paintings inspired by 50- to 60-year-aged spouse and children film reels depicting “the slippery attempts of the mind’s eye to pause and protect disintegrating memories,” the To start with Friday news release reported.

Born in Stow, King gained his master of wonderful arts in portray from Kent Condition University.

A retired higher college artwork trainer, the Cleveland Heights resident has curated and juried various exhibitions.

“I uncovered the film reels and photo negatives,” King explained. “I imagined likely back again in time to expend extra time with kin that had handed. I imagined heading by way of a image or film projecting myself in that room and time.”

David King's "Time Travel" art exhibit is featured at Vital Arts Gallery at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW. The exhibit is among the arts and music activity featured at the June 4 First Friday in downtown Canton.

Are living tunes alternatives include things like the Pinkertones, a Weezer tribute band doing at 8:30 p.m. on an outdoor stage in close proximity to The Aurcicle at 2nd Street and Cleveland Avenue NW. There is no admission charge.

The Pinkertones, a Weezer tribute band, will perform 8:30 p.m. Friday on the outdoor stage at The Auricle at 201 Cleveland Ave. NW in downtown Canton. Admission is free.

Buzzbin, 329 Cleveland Ave. NW, also has dwell new music Friday night. The Battle, Chronosonder and Abandoned Cars will be accomplishing.

Brooke Tournoux performs 6 to 8 p.m. at Napoli’s Italian Eatery at 221 Market Ave. N, although Arthur Elliot performs 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Mark Loy performs 8 to 11 p.m. at Grapes in a Glass at 575 Market Ave. N.