Living in Youngstown

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About Youngstown

Youngstown, Ohio is a traditional Midwestern town. It has come together on its rich way of life of hard work and dedication. Youngstown is a town with much to be proud of. It excels in arts with the establishment of the Youngstown Area Arts Council and it excels with its recreational opportunities, the Mill Creek Park.

The Butler Institute of American Art is perhaps the most well known museum in Youngstown. It was established in 1919 as the first museum in the region devoted to American Art. At Butler, you can currently view 20,000 individual works. Youngtown also houses the Arms Family Museum, Noah’s Lost Ark Exotic Animal Sanctuary, War Vet Museum, and the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor. Powers Auditorium, a former Warner Brothers Palace, is Youngstown’s music hall and the Oakland Center for the Arts is where you can go see a variety of plays.

One of the newer editions to the city of Youngstown is the Chevrolet Centre. There you can go and watch hockey games, football games, ‘on-ice’ shows, and more. Most enjoy Music at Madison, Easy Street Productions, and the Monday Musical Club. For more outdoor fun the White House Fruit Farm, Yellow Duck Park, and Mill Creek Park are also available. Mill Creek Park is a 2,600-acre park that caters to hiking trails, biking trails, picnics, boating, golf, tennis, sand volleyball and more. It is truly an all around park that offers more than most for a day of fun.


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