All posts by Sarah Emily

Chaka Khan Comes to Toledo September 20

Modern/contemporary soul singer Chaka Khan and her too perfect band grace the Promenade Park outdoor stage for one more taste of summer. Chaka Khan, known for 80s hits like “I Feel For You” and “I’m Every Woman” has never quit the beat. The artist’s newest single “Like Sugar” is an instant funk dance classic with

“Boom: Mad Money, Mega Dealers and the Rise of Contemporary Art”

The Toledo Museum of Art’s Art Book Club will discuss the non-fiction work Boom: Mad Money, Mega Dealers and the Rise of Contemporary Art, a thoughtful look inside the world of art collectors and how taste and ungodly amounts of money have built a self-perpetuating market. Author Michael Shnayerson follows the international art trade through

7th Ann Arbor Russian Festival

This annual festival pays tribute to Russian culture with two days of live music, dance, and food at the Historic St. Vladimir Church in Dexter. Try traditional foods like shashlik, and blini, borscht and pelmeni. September 14-15 | 11am-8pm, Saturday 1-7pm, Sunday | 9900 Jackson Rd., Dexter, MI. 734-475-4590 | | Free

Black Swamp Conservancy Screens “The Biggest Little Farm”

The environmental preservation and land trust organization Black Swamp Conservancy will host a free screening of the ground-breaking 2018 documentary, The Biggest Little Farm. Shot over a period of eight years, the film documents new farmers John and Molly Chester as the couple transform acres of disused fields into a sustainable permaculture landscape. While the

Toledo Grows hosts its 8th Harvest Market Dinner

The sustainable urban agricultural and educational organization, Toledo Grows will host its 8th Harvest Market Dinner at the Toledo Farmers Market. Come dressed in your best ‘rustic-chic’ attire as 20 area chefs inspire your tastebuds. This roving feast will highlight the harvest featuring organically grown produce from the Toledo Grows Urban Farm on Oneida St.,

3rd Annual Literary Feast at Henry Ford Museum

The Historic Greenfield Village at the Henry Ford Museum hosts the 3rd Annual Literary Feast, dedicated to the legacy of Robert Frost. Author and poet, Professor Tyehimba Jess, will give an inspired reading from his Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry book Olio. The evening concludes with a farm-to-table dinner, served outdoors in the Pavilion on the Green.