Chef Aaron Lawson, a Toledo native, has deep roots in the South, with family connections in Kentucky and southern Tennessee. The eight-course meal he offers up on the second Thursday of every month at Brim House is a testament to those influences.
Have dreams of becoming a mixologist? Registry Bistro wants to help you fulfill the dream, just in time to wow your family and friends during the holidays. This Craft Cocktail Workshop includes light refreshments and a hands-on tutorial on how to make the perfect cocktail. They’ll also throw in a little history lesson about the
The Arts and Performance Center presents readings by two accomplished poets – Sandra Feen and Anthony Frame – on December 7. Feen, a teacher for 32 years, often writes about her experiences with the insular school world, gathered in her book Fragile Capacity with poems like “Before the Tardy Bell.” A Toledo exterminator, Frame’s most
Mancy’s Ideal offers the perfect date night deal for those who enjoy fine dining without breaking the bank. Choose an appetizer to share with your dining companion, either roasted brussel sprouts and carrots or the phyllo-baked brie, a sweet starter with Macintosh apples, honey, and raisins. Each diner orders an entrée, selecting from beef tenderloin
With books, CDs, DVDs, magazines and other media for sale for as low as 25 cents, the Friends of the Library Book Sale is an event you don’t want to miss. With amazing deals, the proceeds go to Friends of the Library to benefit library programs. Everything at the sale is $2 or lower! Get
In an effort to educate and certify early childhood educators about child abuse, YWCA’s Child Care Resource and Referral of Northwest Ohio is offering two days of training. Child Abuse Recognition and Prevention Initial and Refresher course will teach participants how to recognize signs of child abuse and neglect, follow safety procedures, provide documentation, and