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Visiting Toledo & Northwest Ohio | Spring 2015
Toledo and Ohio’s northwestern region – including smaller communities like Napoleon, Wauseon, and Fostoria – are certainly ready for the harshness of winter to fade. And when spring finally arrives, area residents far and wide will get outside and celebrate with a variety of eclectic festivals and events native to the region.
For starters, what better way to get a taste of northwest Ohio than by attending Restaurant Week Toledo 2015? March 2nd through the 8th, select locally owned restaurants throughout downtown Toledo will be offering up special menu items and events, with a portion of all proceeds will going to a great cause in Youth Leadership Toledo.
Toledo-area visitors with young ones in tow won’t want to miss the Toledo Zoo Aquarium Grand Opening, set for March 27th. The aquarium has been under renovation since 2012, doubling in size while adding new displays and features. New exhibits like the Shark and Stingray Lagoon Touch Tank, Gulf of Mexico, and the Tropical Pacific are sure to be hit.
The 20th Annual Taste of the Nation in Toledo is expecting a large turnout this year, including attendees from nearby cities like Bowling Green and Port Clinton. On April 26th, the Premier Banquet Complex will see some of the region’s top chefs and restaurants offering up delectable dishes while local musicians, the Bridges, provide the evening’s entertainment by covering a slew of hits.
The lakeside town of Sandusky – north of Norwalk along Sandusky Bay – will surely see plenty of visitors this summer after Cedar Point Amusement Park opens its gates on May 9th. Affectionately as "the Roller Coaster Capital of the World,” the park houses over 70 thrill rides and attractions – including the Rougarou coaster, recently constructed for the 2015 season.
Celebrate arts and culture in the Toledo area with a visit to the 4th Annual Maple & Main Street Art Fair. Held in the streets of historic downtown Sylvania, the event will feature the work from over 100 artists, live music, and plenty of food and beverage vendors. The event is scheduled for May 30th and 31st, with event times varying by day.
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2015 Celebration of the Arts Festival
Join Gibsonburg residents as they "Celebrate the Arts" this summer with a day's worth of family events – including a craft sale, car show, 5K Color Run, sculpture ceremony, and so much more. The event will be hosted at Williams Park, beginning at 9 a.m.
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.