Check out this article about Saturday’s party at Bozart’s.
Category Archives: Events
I guess the last post didn’t answer many questions; it just showed you the locations where you are likely to have such questions. Hopefully, there are some answers here.
There’s a lot of excitement about the bike and trolley tour, but a lot of questions too.
Routes for the bikes and trolleys are on MapMyRide.com. I think anyone can see the public rides, but you might have to do the free sign up.
Here is the route of the bike tour.
Here is the route for the trolley tour.
A number of people have said that they are looking forward to checking out the Toledo Museum of Art, and a new exhibit sounds pretty interesting. The exhibit, called Out of Sight, shows art from the permanent collection that is normally hidden. Check out the watercolor on the back of a Picasso or the design on the bottom of a vase. We haven’t seen Out of Sight yet, but we’ll keep you updated.
At least 70% of the fronting households on Winthrop between Collingwood and Parkwood have signed a petition declaring their intention to party down! We got the block party petition into the city on time and all of my neighbors were excited about the party. Knocking on each door gave us the opportunity to meet all of the neighbors we haven’t me yet.
The first news about fireworks and festivities on the Fourth is here. Hotel California, the Original and Best Eagles Tribute Band; Draw the Line, playing all your favorite Aerosmith; and fireworks, all on the banks of the Maumee River? What more could you ask for?
The Bike Coop will be providing regular one-person, two-wheeled bikes, but I just reserved one of these as well.