Eco Discovery is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth with the Maple Sugaring Festival at Olander Park. Learn the history of extracting through the methods of Native American and pioneer settlers and also get a chance to boil down the sap from the park’s own tapped maples. Listen to stories, play games, and peruse the
Have you always aspired to wow your friends by making the perfect cocktail? Become a mixologist by attending the craft cocktail workshops at Registry Bistro. Enjoy tasty appetizers as Registry’s experienced cocktail masters teach you about the history of the drinks and give you hands-on instruction. Each class focuses on a different liquor. $25 per
Get an authentic farm-to-table experience with produce from Riehm’s Farm and special offerings from Plat8’s Chef Anthony. Hope Lutheran Church hosts this event with creative dishes from Chef Anthony combined with farm fresh ingredients from Riehm’s, a farm with five generations’ worth of expertise in sustainable practices. Make sure to RSVP so you don’t miss
Toledo’s annual Democracy Day hearing will address the ad campaigns against the Lake Erie Bill of Rights charter amendment initiative. All citizens are welcome to speak at the hearing, which is set to include discussions of the backlash via radio ads, mailouts, and social media campaigns to the recently passed bill. Advocates for LEBOR, which
Practicing criminal defense attorney Ronnie L. Wingate, a University of Toledo College of Law graduate and winner of the 2017 Liberty and Justice Award from the Maumee Valley Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, leads this Lourdes lecture on criminal justice reform. Wingate will address the recently passed First Step Act and other matters related to U.S.
Old West End Neighborhood Initiatives presents On Distrust Between Law Enforcement and the CommunityMarch 13, 2019
Old West End Neighborhood Initiatives (OWENI) presents On Distrust Between Law Enforcement and the Community, an event for anyone interested in a dialogue between police officers and community members. The panel of three officers and three community leaders will discuss how distrust developed, what it looks like in the Toledo area, and how to make