Interested in opera and want to support the community arts scene? Look no further than Toledo’s Opera Guild, which is always looking for volunteers.
Founded in 1959, accounting firm William Vaughan Company just celebrated its 60th year of serving Northwest Ohio.
In partnership with The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, the Libbey House Foundation recently received $9,158 from the Ohio History Fund.
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
Walt Churchill’s Market was named Outstanding Multistore in the Progressive Grocers 7th Annual Outstanding Independents Awards, a celebration of independent grocers who provide fresh foods and quality products to their communities. “This year’s honorees offer inspiration to all retailers on how to operate a successful grocery business,” said Kat Martin, senior editor of Progressive Grocer.
For the third year, Yark Automotive is supporting local families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia through donations to MemoryLane Care Services. A portion of the sales from all cars sold in December 2018 from Yark dealerships are going to the organization, and Toyota has agreed to match $10,000 of raised funds. “Yark Automotive Group is
For the 2nd Annual Zest of Toledo, 25 local chefs will prepare their best dishes, to be paired with wine, at Hensville Park, followed by an after-party/raffle at Fleetwood’s Tap Room. All proceeds go to support the Aurora Project, Toledo Day Nursery, Toledo GROWS, and Toledo Northwest Ohio Food Bank. Ticket costs are mostly tax
It’s springtime, and you know what that means… Art Loops are back! On April 18, explore downtown Toledo’s finest studios, galleries, exhibitions, businesses, live music, and so many other surprises. This family-friendly event has a little of something for everyone; whether you are into literature or art installations, this is a wonderful opportunity to learn
As part of the National Geographic Live Speaker Series at the Toledo Museum of Art, the authors of Birds of Paradise Revealed will present a riveting presentation on their work photographing these vibrant, colorful birds. Photographer and forest canopy researcher Tim Laman and ornithologist Ed Scholes have incredible adventures to share about capturing the beauty
After a $2.7 million renovation and expansion, the Thomas M. Wernert Center is hosting its Grand Re-Opening. The Center’s tireless advocacy for mental health recovery and support is a valuable resource for those living with mental illness. With a knowledgeable staff and peer-to-peer support through social programs and wellness education, the Re-Opening is the perfect
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Award-winning artist Mary Jane Erard will be leading a Paint an Impressionist Still Life class, where students will use soft or oil pastels with impressionist techniques to recreate a still life arrangement.