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The Things that Go Show at Levis Commons

Cars, trucks, construction vehicles, farm equipment — anything and everything that goes will be at Levis Commons on Saturday, October 7. Your littles can get up close and personal with all the vehicles they usually admire from a distance. Plus, the ProMedica helicopter will be landing during the event The Things that Go Show is

Saturday art workshops at the University of Toledo

The University of Toledo Department of Art is offering a variety of Saturday workshops for students ages 9 through high school. On October 28, participants can paint their own pirate treasure chest and design a puzzle piece map to go with it. The workshop runs from 9am – 1pm, costs $25 and all materials are

Luminous Lights at the Toledo Zoo

Enchantment awaits with this Chinese lantern festival, with over 500 beautiful lanterns in the shape of zoo animals and botanicals. 6-11pm. $17/adults, $14/kids, $14/adult members, $11/kid members. Toledo Zoo 2 Hippo Way | 419-385-5721 Toledozoo.org

Positive Parenting Series: Raising Confident, Competent Children

Could you use some tips on building a stronger relationship with your child? How about tips on managing misbehavior or reducing your own stress and anxiety? Mark your calendar and check out the Toledo Public Library’s Positive Parenting Series: Raising Confident, Competent Children Monday, October 9 6:30-8pm at the Locke Branch Library (703 Miami St,

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