February 20th 2015

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Friday, February 20
See You Next Tuesday

Enjoy a screening of See You Next Tuesday, an original film by local photographer Joseph Vogt. and a special performance by Ms. Gina Amez. All proceeds will benefit the Collingwood Arts Center. Ages 18+. 8pm. $8.75/couple, $9.27/single (online ticket purchases with service fee included). Collingwood Arts Center, 2413 Collingwood Blvd. 419-244-2787. www.collingwoodartscenter.org

Friday, February 20
Downtown Perrysburg's Winterfest 2015

Downtown Perrysburg, Perrysburg. Celebrate winter in beautiful downtown Perrysburg with over 100 ice carvings, craft beer and wine tastings and musical entertainment. Friday, February 20-Sunday, February 22. Downtown Perrysburg at 2nd Street & Louisiana Ave. www.perrysburgwinterfest.org

Sunday, February 22

Local filmmaker Steven J. Rodojev premiered his film-noir action mystery Light Eyes in the summer of 2013. With a positive response, this Toledo talent will premier his newest film Hindsight at the Maumee Indoor Theater. Hindsight serves as a prequel to Light Eyes, giving the audience an informed look back at the events leading up to the story of Matt Lorenzo, an undercover detective who is nearly in over his head. Doors open at 6:30pm, Sunday, February 22. $5 at the door. Maumee Indoor Theatre, 601 Conant St., Maumee. 419-897-8902, www.greateasterntheatres.com

Tuesday, February 24
Vegetarian Vitals

Vegetarianism is popular these days. We will discuss how to make wise vegetarianism work for followers, and what fine tuning of the diet requires. We’ll also mention some cautions, and important ecological and sustainability considerations. We'll sample some raw food treats. Registration requested. 6-8pm. There is no charge for the class, but a $10 donation is welcome. Grace Lutheran Church Fellowship Chapel, 4441 Monroe St. 419-320-2309.

Wednesday, February 25
Glassblowing Demonstration

This TMA Art demonstration will show you why we are the Glass City. 7pm. Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion, 2445 Monroe St. 419-255-8000. Free
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Start your weekend with a lot of T-Town Hockey action!

Your Walleye are home on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday kicks off with the Hockey and Hops beer tasting, presented by 104.7 WIOT and 1370 WSPD. Party with the Players after the game. On Sunday, Ana and the Snow Queen make a special appearance and you can skate with the players after the game, presented by Applebees. (Bring your own skates.) For tickets, 419-725-9255 or www.toledowalleye.com

Saturday, February 21
Winter Yarn Bomb Fest

Take a stroll and check out the yarn decorated trees and landscape, complete a scavenger hunt for a prize, enjoy ice skating on Lake Olander, a bonfire and hot chocolate. Noon-4pm. Olander Park, Nederhouser Community Park, 6930 W. Sylvania Ave., Sylvania. 419-882-8313. www.yarnbombsylvania.com

Sunday, February 22
A Cat in Paris

The Toledo Museum of Art will kick off the new Sunday Family Film Club with A Cat in Paris. This family-friendly movie series will present films related to a Museum exhibition, giving an all-ages opportunity to explore museum content beyond the gallery walls. A Cat in Paris tells the story of a little girl who discovers her pet is a part-time burglar. Enjoy the exhibition Best in Show: Animal Illustrations from the Mazza Collection before or after the film to feel extra warm and fuzzy. 2pm, Sunday, February 22. The Toledo Museum of Art Little Theater, 2445 Monroe St. 419-255-8000, www.toledomuseum.org

Monday, February 23
FeBREWary: Mini Mash Mondays

Enjoy a different small batch release every Monday through February. Mutz and the Brew Pub, 27 Broadway St. mbaybrew.com

Thursday, February 26
Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014

No need to pay top dollar for a front row ticket, as Fathom Events kicks off its Classic Music Series with Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014. The high-quality, cinematic screening features behind-the-scenes footage and up-close camera perspective, as the rockers from Aerosmith knock out their classic hits like “Livin’ on the Edge,” “Dream On” and “Walk This Way.” 7pm. $15/adult, $14/students & seniors, $13/child. Franklin Park 16, 5001 Monroe St. 419-472-2117. www.fathomevents.com