All posts by Jeff Klima

Michigan Cactus & Succulent Society show at Matthaei Botanical Gardens

You haven’t truly experienced the majesty of the noble cactus until you’ve attended the Michigan Cactus & Succulent Society Annual Show & Sale 2017. See and purchase the desert-dwelling plants and other succulents and bromeliads during this two-day festival. Mix and mingle with members of the club, encounter experts with advice on how to make

Ghost Day with Paranormal Toledo

To encounter Toledo true believers, go to the Collingwood Arts Center to confirm the existence of ghosts. Paranormal Toledo interacts with local ghost hunters, spiritualists and occult fanatics during a full day of lectures, films and spooky vendors. $30 ghost tours. $50 VIP experience includes dinner and a ghost hunt at the center ‘til 2am

Toledo School for the Arts hosts third annual Flying Pig Music Festival

So nice they’re doing it thrice. The Toledo School for the Arts’ third annual Flying Pig Music Festival TSA parking lot fundraiser to benefit the school, features live music, food and plenty of fun and games for the kids. Gates open at 3:45pm. 4-9:30pm. Saturday, September 16. Toledo School for the Arts 333 14th St.

Northwest Ohio’s Diamante Awards

Local Latino advocacy group IMAGE of Northwest Ohio invites you to take part in the Diamante Awards, a cultural celebration for the community recognizing individuals and organizations in NW Ohio for their outstanding achievements and service to Latinos. The Awards also raise money for scholarships that benefit Latino students. 6-9pm. Thursday, September 14. $25-$75. Bowling

Learn about the Glass City’s history with the Unholy Toledo Tour

Toledo’s past is filled with bootleggers, houses of ill repute and gambling joints. The area around Fifth Third Field used to be known as “Below the Dead Zone” or the Tenderloin district, where lawlessness and carnality ruled. Learn more about the Glass City’s history with the Unholy Toledo Tour presented by the Toledo History Museum,