April 17 Rapunzel Based on the Brothers Grimm tale, this adaptation of Rapunzel by local author Dottie Zimmerman tells the moving tale of evil, consequences for actions, perseverance and the redemptive power of true love. Come and enjoy this engaging story presented by the Children’s Theatre Workshop. Seating is first come, first serve. Public performances
Internationally renowned designers and scientists have crafted fifteen life-size dinosaurs. Be amazed as the greatest creatures ever to walk the earth return before your eyes. It’s a dazzling ten-million pound arena spectacle set to captivate young and old alike. Watch them walk. Hear them roar. Be there as they fight for survival and supremacy. From
Celebrate Toledo’s Historic Old West End during this 39th annual festival. This year features six historic home and mansion tours, an Art Fair at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion, a beer garden, food, entertainment, garage sales, yard sales and children’s activities. Saturday at 10am, the King Wamba Carnival Parade kicks off the weekend.
Presently, families make up 40 percent of the homeless population, one out of four homeless people is a child. Walk to raise awareness of the reality of family homelessness in Toledo at the Give Them Shelter event. At check-in, walkers receive t-shirts, water bottles and earned incentives. Arrive at early to help reduce waiting in
See and hear fife and drum corps play military music from the 1750s through the War of 1812. The music starts at 10am both days and the corps perform a massed ensemble at 4pm each afternoon. War of 1812 soldiers and civilians provide demonstrations of weapons, camp life and provide hands-on activities for children. Through