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As the people of Northwestern Ohio prepare to emerge from yet another snowy winter, local event calendars in communities from Toledo to Wauseon to Sandusky fill with all sorts of special events, festivals, and family-friendly activities.
Visitors to Bowling Green can embrace the cold at the 2016 WinterFest – Bowling Green. The festival promises everything from ice-sculpting demonstrations to carriage rides, ice-skating, a chili cook-off, art exhibitions, and more in venues throughout Bowling Green’s picturesque downtown area. Check local listings for individual event times – the festival spans three days, February 12th through 14th.
Port Clinton residents and visitors combat the remaining cold on February 27th. The Lagoon Saloon, a favorite spot among locals, hosts the 2016 Burning Snowman Fest, featuring live music, craft brews, “hobo fires,” and more, before culminating in the burning of a giant snowman. Come thirsty – the taps start flowing at noon.
Gastronomers gather in Toledo, March 7th through 13th, for a variety of Restaurant Week 2016 events. Restaurant all over town open up with special deals, discounts, and prix fixe menus to showcase their finest creations. It’s the perfect chance to get a true taste of Toledo.
If it’s the arts you’re after, check out the 2016 Bowling Green Art Walk on April 23rd. The northwestern Ohio community shows off its artistic side as more than 20 downtown merchants and businesses gather with more than 50 local, regional, and national artists to present pop-up galleries, a craft fair, and even a fashion show. Get down early to see it all – things get started around 10 a.m.
Families in Sandusky are looking forward to May 7th. That’s when Cedar Point opens its gates for the 2016 season. In addition to countless thrill rides and attractions, The 2016 Cedar Point Opening Day celebration features all sorts of special entertainment and events. It’s the perfect way to start the summer.
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