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Visiting Toledo & Northwest Ohio
The people of northwest Ohio take advantage of this season’s warm weather by heading outdoors to engage in a wide range of activities. From Wauseon and Napoleon to Sandusky and Norwalk, communities are preparing for countless summertime events and festivals – and visitors are invited to jump into The Heart of It All.
Families visiting Toledo can celebrate our nation's indepenence by treating the young ones to a Fourth of July tour of the National Museum of the Great Lakes. The museum promises a full day of educational and interactive activities as part of Kids Fest 2015, which culminates in a fireworks display best viewed from aboard the Col. James M. Schoonmaker on Lake Erie.
Get acquainted with Toledo’s Polish heritage on July 10th, when the 2015 Lagrange Street Polish Festival fills Lagrange Street, in ONE Village, with a full day’s worth of authentic food, games, rides, and more. Get there early – the all-day event begins at 5 a.m.
Motor heads won’t want to miss the 2015 Classics on the Main Car Show, on July 11th, in the newly renovated downtown area of Bowling Green. An anticipated 200 rare and classic cars line Main Street while contests, games, and raffles fill the day with fun. Not into cars? Come downtown anyway to take advantage of special deals from surrounding restaurants and merchants.
The community of Bowling Green and surrounding areas come together, August 3rd through 10th, for the 144th Annual Wood County Fair. This year, the fair is eight days of family-friendly fun, featuring midway rides and games, livestock exhibitions, and performances by the likes of Night Ranger and the Oak Ridge Boys. It’s all held at the Wood County Fairgrounds in Bowling Green.
Summertime visitors to Sandusky and Norwalk venture into the Sandusky’s picturesque downtown area on Saturday mornings to browse the Sandusky Farmers’ Market. Held through the end of October at the intersection of Hancock and Market Street, the market prides itself on the products of permanent vendors. Fixtures include A.B. Phillips & Sons Fruit Farm, Grumpie’s Hot Dogs, TNT Horticultural Professionals, and many more.
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2015 Sandusky Farmers' Market
Peruse locally grown produce and vegetables, homemade goods, handcrafted gifts, and so much more at the Sandusky Famer's Market, held every Saturday in downtown Sandusky all summer long. The market opens at 8 a.m.
2015 Kids Fest
Celebrate our nation's indepenence with the young ones by visiting the National Museum of the Great Lakes in Toledo. The museum will feature a day of interactive fun and finish off with a fireworks display aboard the Col. James M. Schoonmaker on Lake Erie.
2015 Lagrange Street Polish Festival
Take in Toledo's Polish heritage by visiting Lagrange St. in One Village – featuring a day's wroth of authentic food, games, rides, and more. The all-day event begins at 5 a.m.
2015 Classics on the Main Car Show
Auto buffs and motor heads won't want to miss this event, when hundreds of classic cars line Main Street in downtown Bowling Green for an afternoon of gasoline-fueled family-fun. The event start time is TBA.
144th Annual Wood County Fair
The community of Bowling Green and surrounding areas will come together for eight days of family-fun, entertainment, contests, and performances by Night Ranger and the Oak Ridge Boys. The event is held at the Wood County Fairgrounds in Bowling Green.