A Busy Weekend is Ahead for Downtown Toledo

By | August 11, 2016 at 3:03 pm | 2 comments | Downtown News, News

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For those visiting Toledo’s Jeep Fest this weekend, there’s a lot to do in town. Toledo will be celebrating Jeep’s 75th year by presenting the Toledo Jeep Fest, a free public event that will take place on August 13 from 11:00 am- 6:00 pm. Some streets will be closed for the daylong festival while other exhibits will be held at the SeaGate Convention Centre.

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The Toledo Jeep Fest will feature indoor and outdoor car shows, a parade, historic displays, Jeep accessory vendors and food and live music. There are also a number of other exciting things to do while you are visiting downtown Toledo and the surrounding area.

_DSC9937The Toledo Museum of Art is right around the corner and will be hosting “Wine by the Glass Pavilion- Salud! Spanish Wines”, glass blowing demonstrations and a new exhibit called “I Approve This Message: Decoding Political Ads” this weekend.12186403_10153780725878606_1662841858517560887_o

You can experience the Toledo Zoo at night by attending their unique summer outing called “Wild Night” this Sunday, August 14. The Zoo will open at 2:00 pm and closes at 8:00 pm. Admission will be half price from 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm, and free from 6:00 pm until final admission at 7:00 pm.

Come back and visit downtown Toledo another time and catch a Toledo Mud Hens game, or a Toledo Walleye game. If you’re curious to get a sneak peak at upcoming talent, check out the Toledo Walleye “Snag-A-Seat” event from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday, August 13, and you can select your game seat locations while watching their Free Agent Camp where players compete for a chance to make the 2016-2017 te01B_EXT_DSC9956am.

Check out our various retail locations such as the Paula Brown Shop, Handmade Toledo, Sophia Lustig or Davoon for beautiful and unique finds.

Downtown Toledo pubs and restaurants will be running specials all weekend, stop by The Blarney Irish Pub, Ye Old Durty Bird, Fleetwoods or any other of our various restaurants for live music, cold drinks and tasty food.

2 Comments

  1. Courtney (9 months ago)

    Also, Toledo Symphony and Toledo Museum of Art will be doing a 24 hour music marathon “Bach Around the Clock”

  2. Kevin (9 months ago)

    Are there any designated trails or off road areas that coincide with the downtown festival?

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