To bead or not to bead? Whether you’re an expert jewelry-maker hunting for perfect beads, or simply a DIY novice seeking advice, local bead shops are stringing together a crafty opportunity. You’ve always been interested in learning how to make your own jewelry but don’t know where to start, or if you just love shopping
Got an eye for vintage? Join Bowling Green’s popular shopping destination, Painted Clovers Vintage Market for a pop up market full of all things vintage, chic and handmade. See what local vendors have been crafting. Spring Fling Vintage Market. 10am-6pm. Sunday April 2. $4, or $3 with a donated nonperishable food item. Wood County Fairground
For Toledoan Tim Story, presenting his music is a little more complicated than having a listener press ‘play’. The electronic musician has a lengthy catalogue of album releases and his sonic ambitions are, at times, bigger than what can be contained on a CD. March 16 through 24 Story will give his sound the space
A new art exhibition is bringing a glimpse of Mexico to Toledo. Through March 17, the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria (1224 Broadway St.) will feature works from the Rasquache Artist Residency, the center’s first international program. The exhibition displays work by eleven artists, including SQACC art coordinator David Cuatlacuatl
The Anthony Wayne Bridge, one of three scenic overpasses that lend style and shape to the downtown skyline, is the perfect subject for a lighting makeover.