In March 2017, the Metroparks announced that they were planning to build a treehouse village. We were pretty excited, and exactly 561 days later (yes, we have been counting), the Board of Park Commissioners has announced some firm plans for the Metroparks Toledo’s upcoming Treehouse Village in Oak Openings. Forewarned, there’s good news, bad news,
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church’s monthly First Thursday Lunch lecture series begins on Thursday, October 4. The First Thursday series involves a soup and salad lunch at noon, followed by a presentation and Q&A.
For 25 years, the Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio Race for the Cure has rallied the community to raise funds for breast cancer research and treatment.
Join ErieHack in a community conversation about Lake Erie, its problems and exploring solutions. Technologists, engineers, farmers and water experts from Toledo and Cleveland will collaborate to discuss innovative ways to solve challenges. The schedule includes networking, a roundtable and brainstorming, then a panel discussion and Q&A session. 5:30-7pm | Thursday, October 4 Launchpad Incubation,
Celebrate Native American Culture at Perrysburg’s Woodland Indian Harvest Festival. Learn the history of early area settlers and the Indians of the North East and Great Lakes regions. Enjoy a Woodland Indian Village, arts, crafts, dancing, food, games, music and a wildlife tent with American birds of prey.
Last year, Maumee Bay Brewing Co. worked with The Ohio Environmental Council to make a statement about Toledo’s water crisis with the debut of a mean, green beer: Algae Bloom. A sour double IPA made with matcha powder and kiwi, the beer’s murky, green color and name— a play on the words ”ale” and “algae”—
The all-inclusive group, Circle, along with the Toledo Museum of Art will celebrate a program relaunch and introduce new board members Thursday, July 19. Formerly known as Circle 2445, the program works to develop new and innovative ways for the community to connect with the Museum and art culture. Working with young professionals for the
Join the African American Community in honoring culture, history, health and education at the 2018 Toledo African American Festival, hosted by the Toledo Urban Federal Credit Union. Enjoy local food and entertainment with a full day of live music, including performances from four local choirs, DJ Ellery Smith and headliner The Dramatics, joined by L.J.
Aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners should visit the library for Toledo Small Business Resource Day. If you’re looking to start or expand your business, this networking event will feature a resource fair, access to a Capital Panel, and presentations by guest speakers. 4-7pm | Tuesday, July 24 Main Branch Library, 325 N. Michigan St.
In 2000, Laguna Beach-based designer Lisa McDennon founded her interiors firm, Lisa McDennon Design, which put a spotlight on the region’s modern history, architecture and culture by balancing sophistication with an edgy aesthetic. Meet McDennon, and hear about her line of trendsetting and unexpected interior design pieces with the Ohio-based manufacturer, during Daiquiris & Design
Clara Petty, executive director of the Neighborhood Center, and one of the few paid staff, explains, “The Bridge is the nucleus of our organization because it draws people to come, and that way we can find out what their other needs are.”