The Poe Road Sanctuary in Grand Rapids will showcase great local music with FROGtown GlassROOTs & Waxtastic’s 2020 Sacred Harvest Music and Arts Festival on Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12. For the past three years, Sacred Harvest’s two-day festival has hosted some of the best musicians, from Northwest Ohio and around the midwest.
Griffin Hines Farm hosts a rocking, weekly party and if you want to take the stage yourself, you can. Every Tuesday, the Hen-House Band, led by Toledo rock mainstay Chris Shutters, hosts an open jam party at the Farm. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own instruments and show what they can do on stage.
The Toledo Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is returning to the stage, with a few new twists and modifications. The Symphony’s 2020-21 schedule begins on September 21 with a performance of Beethoven’s First and Fifth Symphonies. TSO’s programs this year will offer attendees the chance to attend in-person with appropriate social distancing, or for the first time
Toledo native performer BONAVEGA made his national television debut in the second episode of America’s Got Talent’s 15th season.
“Years and years ago, we had something called shop class in our high schools,” said Ken Rusk, owner of Everdry Waterproofing of Toledo. “That got replaced, back in the 80’s, by rooms of computers. Which is fine, because we needed to learn those skills. At the same time, (however), it eliminated the chance for a