All posts by Courtney Probert

Toledo VegBash Serves Up Vegan Dishes

Vegans and vegetarians delight as Toledo VegBash returns to downtown. Even meat eaters will enjoy veggie-packed, flavorful dishes here. With over ten local food vendors serving up vegetarian and vegan selections, you won’t leave hungry. Live music, cash bar, cruelty free product and service showcase, and exhibits from local nonprofits accompany this tasteful occasion. $10

Women of Toledo Celebrate National Welcoming Week

Kick-off National Welcoming week (September 19-23) by mixing and mingling with others at Women of Toledo’s panel dialogue on Cultural Diversity & Family Traditions Tuesday, September 19. The panel features educational initiative success stories and runs from 5-7:30pm inside McMaster Hall at the Downtown Branch of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library. The Library will

Connect at TEDxToledo

Once a year, local leaders and innovators get together to bring the public an informative and intuitive day of sharing ideas. TEDxToledo 2018 features live presentations, screenings and deep discussion on various, engaging topics. Affiliated with the nonprofit TED, TEDxToledo is an independently organized event which brings the community together. Get involved, meet some of

15th International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference

Human Trafficking is a devastatingly close-to-home issue as Ohio is one of the highest ranked states for sex trade activity. To educate social service, health care and criminal justice professionals on human trafficking and the risks for victims, attend the 15th Annual International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference at the University of Toledo. Researchers,

Sister Cities International Hosts Anniversary Gala

Since 1931, Toledo has had a Sister City partnership with Toledo, Spain. In 1993, that partnership evolved into a non-profit organization with a mission to create opportunities to experience diverse cultures. On September 15, Sister Cities International will host a 25th Anniversary Gala to celebrate their achievements and advancements with members of ten established Sister

Stroll on Sunshine Communities’ Campus

Celebrate the legacy of Sunshine Communities during their Roll & Stroll on their 25-acre campus and new quarter mile boardwalk. The event’s location, reminiscent of where Sunshine first started in the brick home of Roy and Georgette Engler raised and welcomed children of developmental disabilities in the 1950s, continues to support those individuals, providing a