Urban growth in Northwest Ohio makes it hard for many to remember their homegrown roots. Overwhelmed by the sheer amount of grocery stores that have popped up in the Toledo area? Shop a local farmers market, which not only brings fresh products to Toledoans, but provides a small town taste to a city on the
The Wheeler Farms Butterfly House opens its doors for spring Containing over 1,000 butterflies and 100 different species that originate from North America, South America and Asia, the facility teaches guests about the life cycle and environmental impact of these insects. Since the lifespan of a butterfly is only two to three weeks, a new
Toledo Sister Cities International celebrates our city’s ethnic diversity with their eighth annual festival featuring a full day of music, dance and martial arts. Guests can nosh on ethnic foods, sip beer and wine, learn a little bit of a new language every half hour, learn about different cultures, shop from vendors offering ethnic crafts
You wouldn’t recognize Skyzone when the lights are turned off. Glow, Skyzone’s new attraction, allows guests to experience skyzone in a way they haven’t before, replacing the regular lighting with black lights and a live DJ, so guests enjoy an after-hours party. LEDs and lasers will be added to help create an immersive party environment.
Raise money for Mercy Children’s Hospital while busting a move. University of Toledo’s RockeTHON is a 13-hour long dance marathon that celebrates while raising money. This year, they plan to raise $700,000 for Mercy Children’s Hospital. The day will be filled with live music and performances from various groups on UT’s campus. This is also
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, although it’s often an afterthought in the United States. Die hard fans are not lost though— they can be found at the Village Idiot early in the morning, ready for every minute of the game. During weekend mornings, the Maumee bar turns into the