On Saturday, June 2, the community is invited to visit the Bond House, 44 West Main St. to see and vote for their favorite Canfield postcard. It is part of an elementary school program for third-graders.
"The postcards are based on Canfield History," said Bond House curator Laura Zeh.
She said it is part of a program that has turned into a contest for the third-graders at C.H. Campbell and Hilltop elementary schools. The students had to design a postcard based on their study of the Canfield community. The students are in Jenny Beil's class at Hilltop Elementary, and in Heidi Snyder's class at C.H. Campbell.
From 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, the public can come in and see the postcards and vote for their favorite.
"The children themselves will also be voting in the postcard contest, but not for the postcards done by their particular classroom," Zeh said.
The winner of the postcard contest will win a basket filled with Canfield gift certificates, original vintage Canfield postcards, and more.
Admission to the Canfield Historical Society's Bond House is free.