Who said there is nothing to do? NW Ohio and SE Michigan is blessed with so many things to do and see and here we highlight a few. Spend a day or take a week to discover all that there is to enjoy. You will be pleasantly surprised. Schedel Gardens and Arboretum Elmore’s “founding father,”Israel
Local Craftsmen Turn Transportation into Art by Chris Watson • PHOTOS BY MICHAEL NEMETH Chris Dixon National Auto Show Judge Custom Auto Builder Semi Retired Wounded Knee Motors We sent three cars to the moon (and several little cars to Mars). Throw in a unique paint job or custom restoration and happiness is just one
Hero’s in Action By Pat Nowak PHOTO BY MICHAEL NEMETH Heroes in Action Military Outreach is an organization committed to supporting service members, veterans and their families. The marines, soldiers, airmen, sailors, and coast guard have a mission: to PROTECT the country, families and children. The HIA mission: SUPPORTS the military by sending care packages overseas
July 2 – Dusk – Holland- Springfield – Homecoming Park July 3 – Dusk – Sylvania – Pacesetter Park July 3 – Dusk – Maumee-Perrysburg – Ft. Meigs July 3 – Dusk – Swanton July 3 – Dusk – Bowling Green, Ohio July 4 – Dusk – Toledo July 5 – Dusk – Whitehouse
The 44th annual Old West End Festival on June 6-7 showcases the 25 city blocks that make up one of the most significant architecture of the 19th and early 20th century. There is something for everyone – house tours, musicians and street performers, juried art fair, children’s activities and The King Wamba Parade. Plan to
Come and enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the beautiful campus of Lourdes University June 4 -12:00 – 1:30 on the Patio outside Lourdes Dining Hall (Rain: St. Joseph Hall, Room 101) featuring the energizing sounds of the Cake Walkin’ Jazz Band.