Looking for a fun, family-focused event? Attend Breakfast on the Farm, Saturday, June 15 at the Henricks & Krieger Dairy in Fayette, Ohio, where you and your family will have the chance to meet local farmers, see some cows and even tour a working farm! In addition, you’ll enjoy a FREE breakfast and learn about
In celebration of its 118th year, the Toledo Museum of Art is working on an oral history initiative, asking for stories from the community about their TMA experiences. To share accounts of how you spent time in the Museum in years past, email email@example.com to set up an appointment to have your story recorded. The
The North American Association of Club Athletic Directors (NACAD) has named the Toledo Club 2018 Renovation of the Year. Improving the athletic department through fundraising alone, the Club did not need to increase member dues, and was able to build a sauna and provide updated squash courts, showers, and fitness equipment. The Toledo Club beat
Spend perfect summer evenings at Olander Park’s Nederhouser Community Hall Deck every other Wednesday evening, June 12- August 21; 6pm, Swisher Dogs & Mayberry Ice Cream; 6:15 to 6:45pm – Unfiltered – Toledo’s Premier Improv Troupe; 7pm – Concert. Parking and admission free for Sylvania School District residents; all others $3-per-car parking fee.
The Toledo Museum of Art is hosting a car show as part of their Life is a Highway: Art and American Car Culture exhibition on display from June 15 to September 15. Featuring live music and kid-friendly art projects, Cars and Coffee is the perfect compliment to the 125-work exhibit, which highlights the cultural importance
Toledo was recently named number four in the nation for LGBTQ+ retirement communities. Criteria included the percentage of LGBTQ+ population, number of gay-friendly senior communities and the score by the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Index (Toledo received a perfect score!). The Glass City follows closely behind Tucson, West Palm Beach, and New Orleans. Read the
Become a Score volunteer to help budding entrepreneurs achieve their dreams! The nonprofit organization is looking for mentors, subject matter experts, workshop presenters and administrative supporters to join their team to assist people starting their own businesses. To learn more, reach out to score by calling 419-259-7598 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Toledo Assistant Professor of Theatre and Film Matt Foss was recently honored with the David Mark Cohen National Playwrighting Award for his adapted version of All Quiet on the Western Front, which he also directed. Bestowed by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the award includes a cash prize, membership in the
The 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Program is seeking nominations for Toledoans who are exceptional in their careers, achievements, and community involvement. The nominees must be under 40 to be eligible, and will need to complete a personal profile about their past achievements. Submit your nominations at 20under40.com by Monday, July 8. A ceremony at
Take the grandkids with you to the Walleye Festival filled with educational programs and activities, free concerts, carnival rides, vendors, and kids fishing derby.
The national historic site has reopened their Discovery of Trees Series led by Ohio State University Extension’s Amy Stone.
The Toledo Museum of Art recently hired Toledo native John S. Stanley as the new director of special projects.
Presented by the Library Legacy Foundation, the Authors! Series for this month will not disappoint. First up is Heather Morris, author of the bestselling novel The Tattooist of Auschwitz, a heart wrenching account of Lale Sokolov, who was forced to work as a tattooist in the concentration camp. At the end of the month, attendees