All posts by Jeff Klima

Blackout Halloween Wine Tasting at Zinful

Because some things are better in the dark, Zinful is hosting its Blackout Halloween Wine Tasting. With low lighting, black wine glasses and plenty of vino on hand, you won’t be sure if you’re drinking whites, reds or something else entirely! Costumes are optional, but there will be a contest and plenty of festive finger

Local author Julie Arnold to read at Gathering Volumes

Treasure is at the center of author Julie Arnold’s novel Gold in the Dust— find out more when you head down to Gathering Volumes to listen to the local author read a selection from her novel. Dr. Helena Thessaylia, an archaeologist hunting a fabled treasure in Syria, experiences danger and adventure when her quest becomes

Toledo’s slow roll for the dead

Take a leisurely bike ride in remembrance of ancestors past (and passed!). The Día de los Muertos Ride invites all bike enthusiasts to roll on a trip from Toledo Bikes down through International Park and back. An approximately five-mile slow ride, this event allows you to dress up (if you choose). Lights are required on

Be a life lotto winner

Don’t be discouraged by only losing a pound after hard work. You’ve spent years gaining the weight, so it may take time for it to come off. Join Winning the Health Lottery for Life, a program that will teach you how to take the small numbers in weight loss and turn them into big, long-lasting

Meet your favorite local authors at the Glass City Author Event

Want to connect with your favorite local authors? There’s a good chance they will be at the two-day Glass City Author Event, as more than 120 wordsmiths head down to the Seagate Convention Center to meet the fans, sell books and mingle. Attending authors include AJ Norris, ZN Willett and Emma Rider. A $25 VIP

The National Alliance on Mental Illness hosts 3rd Annual Latino Mental Health Forum

Members of the Toledo Latino community: don’t let mental health issues be a mystery for your family. Register for Promoting Wellness and Recovery— “Latino Families and Children: Coping with Mental Illness.” This day-long National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) event encourages Latino families to enjoy a series of presentations, meet with specialists and peruse information