Tag Archives: Events

Striking for the Planet

Toledo-area residents prepare to take a stand for environmental issues by participating in the #GlobalClimateStrike on Friday, September 20. Area events include “The Grownups Join the Youth,” as workers from around the city are encouraged to be #OutOfOffice and visit the fountain outside One Government Center, 640 Jackson St., from 11-2pm. Then, they can learn

2019 Diamante Awards

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Diamante Awards are held annually to recognize people and organizations that have provided services to the local Latino community and made outstanding achievements. Founded in 1989 by a Latino advocacy group, this 30th-anniversary awards ceremony will continue the tradition of raising scholarship money for Latino youth in

19th International Festival

Travel the world under one tent with more than 20 countries represented. Sample foods from across the globe, play games, learn new dances and hear music that you may have never experienced. Bringing the excitement of world travel right to you locally, this festival is one that you won’t want to miss. $5 parking |

Maumee Bay Brewing Co.’s Annual Oktoberfest

Can’t make it to Munich for Oktoberfest? No worries. You can celebrate the brew-centric folk festival during Maumee Bay Brewing Co.’s annual Oktoberfest bash. Sip ice-cold German-style M Bay beers straight from the beer truck, feast on a pig roast, and dance to live music from Polka Floyd in the courtyard. Then, head to The

Planned Pethood Celebrates 40 years of Rescue

These days, we all know the importance of spaying and neutering pets to prevent the overpopulation of dogs and cats, but this issue wasn’t always common knowledge. In the Toledo area, the movement was first organized in the 1960s and 1970s, with one local organization emerging as an invaluable resource. Since 1979, Planned Pethood has

Abbey Weekend at the Libbey House

Experience a three-day blast from the past with the Libbey House’s British-themed Abbey Weekend! Happenings include a historical lecture with wine and appetizers, an 1900s-based costume ball, an Edwardian fashion show with era models and more! $10-25 | Lecture at 6:30pm on Friday, September 13 The ball is on Saturday evening, September 14. Tea is