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Lights Before Christmas 2020!

It’s time to start dashing through the snow (well, when the snow gets here) and head out for one of the most beloved traditions of the holiday season! The 2020 Lights Before Christmas...

Make it a Hoen’s holiday and decorate your own wreath

Hoen’s Garden Center is offering the chance to put your own handmade spin on a Fraser Fir wreath. Holiday Wreath Workshops will be held at Hoen’s on Tuesday-Thursday, December 1, 2, and 3,...

Good Giving: Understanding the differences between Charity and Philanthropy

 By Sean Nestor Toledo is a city experiencing challenges, both economic and social. Many need help. A bit of expendable time or income may spark considerations of how to give back. Invariably, when...

Clicks for Conservation: Lucas SWCD hosts first Virtual Conservation Week

The Lucas County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) will hold its first Virtual Conservation Week at the end of October. Events will begin on October 25 and climax on October 31 with...

Discover “What’s in a Name” for classic Great Lakes ships

Learn the history behind the names of a number of ships that sailed the Great Lakes as part of a new exhibit the Toledo Zoo Aquarium. The National Museum of the Great Lakes...

Frogtown Froggy Museum

The Frogtown Froggy Museum is a fun place with over 700 frog related items on display.  It is a perfect museum for Toledo, long considered “Frogtown”.  Ever wonder why this nickname?  There...

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...

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Where Does the Money Go? How We Save, Where We Spend

As much as we hate to admit it, money is one of the driving forces in our lives. We spend a lot of time...

Glenlore Trails Returns with The Haunted Forest

By Katie Friedman The veil between worlds has lifted, the ghosts and ghouls have come out to play, and a thrilling journey is in store...

Great Lakes Museum presents exhibit on pre-Revolutionary disaster

On October 18, 1764, a British colonel named John Bradstreet was sailing Lake Erie with 60 boats and 9 canoes, returning from an effort...