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Spring Lecture and Bookclub

The National Museum of the Great Lakes is presenting a “double feature” on the topic of life on the Great Lakes with bestselling author, Jerry Dennis. Mr. Dennis is the author of...

Ed Heintschel featured on Coach Replay Show

Legendary high school coach Ed Heintschel is on a new mission to improve student outcomes. The retired St. John’s Jesuit coach is taking what he learned from his 40-years on the basketball...

Friday Fitness at your Local YMCA

Enhance your fitness and have fun at local YMCA’s on Fridays from July 4 to August 27, 2021. To take advantage of this FREE offering by showing proof of residency at your...

MLiving ASKS

What was the best advice you received from one or both of your parents? Chiquita Bennett That's an easy answer, both my parents  taught me to always do the right thing, challenge myself always,...

Toledo Man Walks 100 Miles a Week

Like to do a little walking? Think you’d be up for walking a mile today? Five miles? Ten miles? Mike Bonnar does. In fact, he does that every day. Seriously. Bonnar, 75, is...

Protecting Natural Ecosystems with Your Home Garden

“Nature is built from millions of specialized interactions and relationships.” - Dr. Doug Tallamy A professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. This powerful quote is...

HELPING OLDER ADULTS AVOID ISOLATION AND LONELINESS

As winter sets in, isolation increases for older adults, but there are ways to limit the loneliness.  In a year that has been defined by isolation, loneliness may increase in the next few...

Sponsor a butterfly and support the Toledo Zoo’s conservation efforts

The Toledo Zoo is once again offering a unique chance to support conservation efforts by sponsoring a Monarch butterfly.   The Zoo reared over 900 of the insects last year as part of a...

Outdoor activities to enjoy in Toledo

It’s crucial for all of us to be mindful of safety as the world slowly begins to reopen, but we also ache to get out of the house. Luckily, the Toledo area...

Walk into 1920’s Ohio at Sauder Village

Visitors to Sauder Village will notice a few changes to Archbold’s “living history destination.” This summer marks the opening of 1920’s Main Street, the latest addition to the Village’s Walk Through Time...

Come for the trees, stay for the presidential museum

Spiegel Grove— the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Estate and Library — has been designated as an arboretum by the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program, which means that the Grove will draw interest in...

Ice Skating Downtown

One Sea Skate offers a fun way to get some winter exercise.

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Day tripping to Frankenmuth

Great options for exploring are a short drive away.  Maybe you only have a few days to travel, didn’t get your planning done early,...

Nature’s Nursery launches “The Nest We Need,” fundraiser

Nature’s Nursery rescues and rehabilitates thousands of animals each year. Posting photos of their latest rescues on Instagram or hosting educational nature programs for...

Dr. Strange in The Multiverse of Madness Review: Campy Horror Fans Rejoice

The newest installment of the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe comes Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Directed by Sam Raimi, the horror savant behind...