Tchaikovsky’s beloved score comes to life on stage through beautiful choreography and enchanting scenes during Toledo Ballet’s The Nutcracker. This holiday tradition has kept folks coming to the theater for decades. The famous story follows Clara and her Nutcracker Prince and their magical journey in the Land of Sweets filled with toy soldiers, dancing snowflakes
Now in its 36th year, The Toledo Rep presents the holiday tradition A Christmas Carol, the story of Ebenezer Scrooge who hates Christmas. With a tremendous musical score, fantastic sets and costumes, see how his attitude changes from disgruntled to cheerful. $17/children, $27/adults. Showtimes are 8pm Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1, and 2:30pm
Vocalist Dr. Jim Young and pianist, composer and arranger Scott Lavender of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra perform eclectic jazz styles for your listening pleasure.
Local wine expert Nicholas Kubiak will open your mind to the fruit of the vine with four specialized wine classes as part of Lourde’s Lifelong Learning Program.
The Village Players presents a new comedy play, Things my Mother Taught Me in which characters Olivia and Gabe start a new life together by moving to Chicago
The American Heart Association Northwest Ohio Division hosts this event showcasing area farmers to promote the economic benefits of buying local and eating fresh.