Looking for family-friendly activities that won’t break the bank? We’ve got a list of our favorite free June events here!
Save Our Screen will host a free viewing of their favorite movies. at the Parkside Drive-In (formerly the Sundance Drive-In). Every Wednesday night. Please note that outside food is prohibited.
Kids 10 and younger, accompanied by a parent or guardian, can fish the Maumee River at Vet’s Park with the Rossford Police Department on Thursdays, now through August 17. 10am-2pm. Weather permitting. All equipment provided.
This kids summer program combines both fitness and education into fun group activities that will engage and inspire young people. Registration is required.
June 6 and June 7
Under the Big Top: Science in the Circus
From the strongman to the trapeze artist, this spectacular show demonstrates the physics behind the awesome stunts performed by circus entertainers. Presented by Whiz Bang Science.
Point Place Branch Library
See art demonstrations, exhibits, and behind-the-scenes peeks into Artist Village studios, galleries, and garden spaces.
Join Awkward Puffin Productions for a day of games and shopping. There will be opportunities to play and shop for games and game-related products. Games will include board, roleplaying, and miniatures games.
June 9 – June 11
Opening Weekend at Glass City Metropark
The second phase of Glass City Metropark is opening and a weekend-long celebration is planned. Live music on Friday night with Nikki D. and the Sisters of Thunder. A free roller skate party on the Ribbon Saturday night (please note that skate rentals are an additional fee. Free if you bring your own skates.) On Sunday, Metroparks Toledo will host an Outdoor Expo with tons of hands-on activities.
Enjoy live entertainment, food, local vendors, family activities along with culture and heritage in the celebration of Jubilee at this free family event.
Live entertainment, local art, and so much more at this monthly celebration of arts.
Everyone is welcome to this accessible and sensory-friendly experience. Geared towards kids 6 and under. Registration is required.
Enjoy a free breakfast and learn about the food you eat! Take a farm tour, meet the farmers, see animals, and much more. Registration is required.
There will be service vehicles, fire trucks, first responders, a safety fair, and more. There will also be a car cruise-in. Food trucks on site.