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A Day of Freedom: Toledo Area Juneteenth Events

Celebrated annually around the country since 1865, Juneteenth— commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans— only became a federal holiday just last year. Here are just some of the ways that area communities are...

JA Inspire promotes Career Opportunities

Designed to showcase the trades and various career opportunities, Junior Achievement’s event, JA Inspire, attracted thousands of students to the Glass City Convention Center last week. Mercy Health proudly showcased opportunities in the medical field,...

PBS Encourages Young Writers Day

Save the date: April 10 is National Encourage a Young Writer Day, and PBS wants you to know it! Do you have children and want to encourage literacy? Do you know a young child who...

Road Trip to Henry Ford Museum for Apollo Film

Learn the history of the automotive industry through this captivating museum. Historical highlights at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation include the chair where Abraham Lincoln was shot in, and Rosa Parks Bus....

Young Artists at Work in the Toledo Area

The Arts Commission is seeking apprentices for their 2022 Young Artists at Work Program, a six-week paid apprenticeship that allow teens and young adults from the Toledo area to express their artistic ability and...

Calendar Highlights – March/April 2022

Worst Case Scenario Prepare for the worst, hope for the best at Imagination Station’s newest exhibit. The Worst Case Scenario Survival Experience traveling exhibition. Based on the best-selling Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook Series, it is an immersive, hands-on, minds-on experience...

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