All posts by Toledo Parent Staff

October Giveaway

Do your littles love to bake? Don’t miss out on your chance to win our October giveaway! One lucky reader will win Real Cooking’s Princess Cakes Deluxe Baking Set. This adorable set is packed with kid-friendly culinary tools, empowering kids to create, bake and design their very own professional looking and tasting princess doll cake

TSO and the music of Prince at Promenade Park

Catch the excitement at Promenade Park downtown on Friday, September 15 with a free concert! The Toledo Symphony Orchestra and a tribute band of former members of Prince’s New Power Generation will play the artist’s biggest hits, including “Purple Rain”, “When Doves Cry”, “Raspberry Beret” and more. The stage will be near the Maumee River

Moonlight Canoeing down the Maumee River

Looking for something different to do? Here’s something to try – canoeing down the Maumee River under the light of a full moon. BGSU Outdoor Program is hosting this event on Friday, September 8. Cost is $25 for students, $30 for faculty/staff and $35 for the community. Canoes, oars and life jackets are included in

FAMILY FUN DAY AT THE TOLEDO ZOO

Lace up your walking shoes, celebrate superheroes and raise money for a great cause. Enjoy a stroll around the zoo, an auction, picnic style lunch and family activities inside the Broadway Pavillon. All funds will help children in Northwest Ohio or Southeast Michigan impacted by childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) or another invisible disability. This

Momentum: Hot Glass, Cool Music

The first annual music and art festival includes glass and design vendors, live music and entertainment, food and beverages, and interactive public art projects. Feel free to bring chairs and blankets. 10am-5pm Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17. Promenade Park 400 Water St. | 419-254-2787 theartscommission.org. 

TBIRC Fall Festival

The Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center celebrates the launch of their pediatric program with food, fun, and entertainment, including balloon sculptures, fairy garden-building, a pumpkin patch, and the MEGA Brain interactive display, an inflatable brain exhibit. 10am-5pm. Saturday, September 30 Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center 7430 W. Central Ave. | 419-214-0555 | tbirc.org.