Founded in 1990 by Ken Leslie, Tent City is an annual event that brings awareness to people experiencing homelessness. Volunteers and groups camp downtown either night over the weekend to experience what it’s like to be without a roof over their head. Community organizations provide services to patrons including grooming and a hot meal as
National non-profit LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) has a mission to create investment opportunities in re-emerging cities like Toledo. LISC works in a variety of ways including community engagement, economic development and creating low income housing. Learn more about LISC and their work with Integrated Service Delivery at the Spotlight on Community Development event at
Under the suggestion of Warren Woodbery of Jones Leadership Academy, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz has set up a city-wide chess tournament to bring this classic game of strategy to the attention of local students and citizens.
See the creepy, kooky and quirky film at the Michigan Theater while singing, dancing, and shouting along with the Leather Medusas, a group of University of Michigan students that are Rocky Horror fanatics. Follow the performance with an after party at Necto Nightclub.
Help be a part of the fight against cancer by participating in the Light the Night Walk presented by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Northern Ohio Chapter.