Fiddler on the Roof Family 4-Pack Ticket Giveaway

******Winner is…Jessica Demaline!*****

Tradition!! On Thanksgiving night, after all our family & friends had left my sister, brother, & I would get in our jammies, mom would heat up leftovers, & we all had permission to eat our 2nd Thanksgiving in the living room (extremely rare)while watching the musical, Fiddler on the Roof.  TRADTION!! As the years progressed we would say the lines along with the characters, sang along, & yes, we even danced, lol! Thus, to say that Fiddler on the Roof holds a special place in my heart would be an understatement. When I saw Fiddler on the Roof would be live on stage at the Stranahan Theater Oct. 17-20 I about lost my mind, I’m SO excited! Never seen it? Here’s a brief synopsis…

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF is a musical about life among the Jewish community of a pre-revolutionary Russian village. A poor milkman, determined to find good husbands for his five daughters, consults the traditional matchmaker – and also has a word with God.

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FIDDLER ON THE ROOF is a heartwarming story of fathers and daughters, husbands and wives, and life, love and laughter. Featuring the Broadway classics “Tradition,” “If I Were a Rich Man,” “Sunrise, Sunset,” “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” and “To Life.”

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF will be live on stage at the Stranahan Theater, Oct. 17-20! And Mom on the go in Holy Toledo followers have the opportunity to be entered to win a family 4-pack tickets to the opening night performance!! (Thursday, October, 17th @ 7:30pm)

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WHERE:

Stranahan Theater, 4645 Heatherdowns Blvd, Toledo, OH, 43614

SHOW DATES & TIMES:

October 17th @ 7:30pm

October 18th @ 8pm

October 19th @ 2pm

October 19th @ 8pm

October 20th @ 1pm

October 20th @ 6:30pm

TICKET INFO:

Link to purchase tickets: https://bit.ly/2lSjb3f

CONTEST

Enter to win FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Family 4-pack tickets for opening night performance, October, 17th @ 7:30pm

HOW TO ENTER:

1-Share this post on Facebook

2- Comment on the BLOG with the answer to the following question: What is your favorite song from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF?

Winner will be randomly selected September 29th @ noon

Momentum Festival is Back!

What is Momentum?

Momentum is a three day festival of music and art in downtown Toledo, Ohio, centered on our revitalizing waterfront along the Maumee River. Momentum supports local artists and musicians and invites international creatives to perform and exhibit in Toledo. Since 2017, the Momentum festival has brought dynamic interactive and accessible programming to thousands of attendees. Momentum centers in Promenade Park and is supported through partnerships with Toledo’s philanthropic community.

When?

September 19th-21st

Where?

Promenade Park & spaces linked to Imagination Station….riverfront area

Cost?

Mostly free! (CHAKA CHAN tickets are $20 at the gate)

Schedule of event….

https://momentumtoledo.org/schedule

To put it bluntly it’s awesome! It’s legit a weekend (well, Thursday-Saturday) full of fun for the entire fam! Here are some pics from last year…..

This year’s attractions are equally as awesome, here’s a few we’re most excited about, check it…

Aqueous….. http://jenlewinstudio.com/aqueous

The Herd, think glowing floaties, for a cause!…..https://www.cakeweek.com/the-herd

And much more!!!

Tag/share with friends & make plans to meet up downtown Toledo this weekend!

 

Secret Forest with a Hidden Treehouse in Toledo

This is where childhood comes alive, where the imagination lives! The Toledo Botanical Gardens is a feast for the eyes, with gorgeous flowers, grasses, & ground coverings, layers upon layers of textures, its beauty is bountiful. It’s a living classroom where kiddos can learn about pioneer times, explore the vegetable gardens, & most recently allow their imaginations to roam freely in the Secret Forest!

Toledo Botanical Gardens

Address: 5403 Elmer Drive Toledo, Ohio 43615

Phone: 419-270-7500

Website: https://metroparkstoledo.com/explore-your-parks/toledo-botanical-garden/

Hours: Open 7 a.m. until dark every day

Admission: FREE

Amenities: Picnic area adjacent as well as restrooms

 

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Kiddos can climb, jump, run, & explore their way through the Secret Forest. As you stroll up it’s reminiscent of a Secret Garden, with just the roof of the treehouse peeking up from the trees below and the wood threshold acting as the gate to imaginary play.

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Once one walks through it the magic comes alive! You’re greeted by a multi-level treehouse complete with a suspended bridge, entirely enclosed climbing rope netted tube, and rope bridge with rope netting surrounding it, and an overall atmosphere of adventure!

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After visiting the Secret Forest stop off at Schmucker’s down the road for lunch, dinner, or a shake! Located at, 2103 N Reynolds Rd, Toledo, OH 43615 it’s a local piece of history, established in 1948…open daily 5am-11pm & closed Sundays.

 

5 Tips for Managing Screen Time during the School Year

Screen time is a privilege! If you have a child between the ages of 8 & 14 you already know just how persuasive they can be, it’s legit impressive…they know how to tug on those heartstrings just enough, to the point of practically teetering on manipulation. They also seem to have amazing selective memory skills, they can list the last 8 times their sibling used their screens, what they were wearing when they used them, & the exact amount of time they used it for, yet can’t seem to remember where they put their shoes 2 minutes ago.  They will undoubtably use both their persuasion skills, & selective memory skills to convince you, the parent, that they are not only worthy, but clearly due their screen time, it’s only fair! Oh, and I also forgot their MOST extraordinary skill, perseverance…yup, I’m even talking about that child who quits everything, not this, they are relentless, & they will strike when they know we are at our weakest….ya, know, after they’ve asked a dozen time & we are entering our REM sleep cycle, lol!  And that brings us to our first tip!

  1. Parents NEED to stick to their guns! Parents you can’t waiver, no matter how persuasive kiddos may be or how sick & tired you may become of hearing them beg. Once you establish the rules for screen time you can’t waiver.
  2. Screen time is a privilege! This really needs to be embedded into their memory. In our home screen time is a special right granted to children who complete their chores and homework. Once those are both completed screen time can be given. But what if they don’t complete their homework and chores until it’s time for screens to be on sleep mode, (which is 8pm in our house on weekdays)? Well then, no screen time that day. End of discussion. This is a great rule for children to understand because as an adult they are going to need to establish boundaries & self-control with technology.
  3. Screens are to be used in community spaces & parents have the right to do a screen check whenever they wish. I firmly believe that there should be nothing they need to hide from us, and likewise, I’ve allowed my children to use my phone on occasion, & I have nothing I need to hide from them…I can’t help but think back to the house phone, answering machine, & home computer days, when everyone in the family shared those devices, those were good times. And while I realize we can’t go back & we need to acclimate children with today’s technology we don’t need to throw them into the deep end & say good luck!
  4. Screens can be confiscated at any time & grounded till further notice by parent. Likewise, screen time can be awarded to their weekend screen time due to exceptional behavior. Since screen time is a privilege it can be taken away if a parent deems appropriate. But what if the child needs it for a school project? Parent can decide if they will grant use, or there is always the public library. Extra screen time can be awarded on the weekend as a reward….kids usually appreciate this most in the wintertime, lol!
  5. Screens live in the charging station– Screens are to be placed on the charger, shut off, & charging (if needed) at 8pm on the weeknights. (I love this charging station because it holds & charges up to 5 devices at a time, isn’t bulky, doesn’t take up much counter space, & it has a light, so I don’t have to leave the larger kitchen lights on when kiddos charge their devices at night.) Phones are only removed before chores and homework are done if a child has an afterschool activity & a parent might need to get a hold of them…otherwise only once their homework and chores are completed.

 

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Toledo Fall Family Fun Guide 2019

Omg, y’all it’s legit (almost) Fall!!  Bring on the Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL), boots, flannels, sweaters, apple picking, pumpkin patches, pumpkin pies, apple pies, cinnamon & sugar doughnuts, apple fritters, fall festivals, corn mazes, hayrides, and so much more! Fall is when the Midwest shines, but don’t blink, it goes by fast, so tag friends and make plans now! Here is this year’s Toledo Fall Family Fun Guide….

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Gust Brother’s Pumpkin Farm

Gust Brother’s Pumpkin Farm is a working farm that provides a real farm experience to all visitors. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a wholesome and fun family atmosphere…visit the cows, pigs, goats, bunnies, roosters, etc. and don’t forget to pick put the perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch!

Location: 13639 Mulberry Rd, Ottawa Lake, MI 49267

Phone: (517) 486-2237

Dates: Open Sunday, September 8 to Thursday October 31, 2019

Hours: Open every day from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M

Cost: FREE (but do bring some spending cash for a Hay Ride, donuts, cider, and other Fall goodies and decorations)

Website: https://www.gustbrothers.com/

MacQueen’s Apple Orchard

Famous for their Apple Butter Stir Festival held every year on the first weekend of October, MacQueen’s Orchards grows 16 varieties of apples and 10 varieties of peaches, plus they sell a large variety of all your favorite, seasonal locally grown vegetables year round. In the fall, (Mid-Sept-3rd Week of Oct.), you can drive your own vehicle in the orchard to pick your own apples, if you choose.

Location: 7605 Garden Rd, Holland, OH 43528

Phone: (419) 865-2916

Dates: Apple Stir & Crafts Festival 2019 Saturday, Oct. 5th & Sunday Oct. 6th for more farm fun!

Hours: Aug-Oct: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Cost: Varies depending on your purchases (and parking for the Apple Butter Stir)

Website: http://www.macqueenorchards.com/index.htm

 

Erie Orchards & Cider Mill

Erie Orchards and Cider Mill is a working farm with approximately 70 acres in production. Approximately 15,000 bushels of apples are harvested annually. They minimize the use of chemicals and use no chemicals which are absorbed into the tree. There is something exciting going on every weekend be sure to check the website for a full list.

Location: 1235 Erie Rd, Erie, MI 48133

Phone: 734-848-4518.

Special Event Dates: Literally an event every weekend September-end of October, click on website for details

Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9am – 7:00pm and Sunday: 11am – 6:00pm. Note: the u-pick closes a 1/2 hour before the store closes each evening

Cost: Varies depending on purpose for visit and event

Website: http://www.erieorchards.com/?pg=events

 

Fleitz Pumpkin Farm

Savor the fall season with your family at their farm! Located just two miles south of Maumee Bay State Park in Oregon, OH. Opened from the 2nd Sat. of Sept. thru Oct 31!

Location: 7133 Seaman Rd, Oregon, OH 43616

Phone: (419) 836-7613

Dates: FALL Opening Day is Sept. 12th @ 10AM (Thursday special is Oreo Donut!)

Cost: Varies depending on purchase…FREE admission

Website: https://www.facebook.com/fleitzpumpkinfarm/?rf=593051204063529

 

Trabbic Pumpkin Farm

Experience the Fall Atmosphere in a Family and Faith Filled environment. From visiting the animals in the “Animal Kingdom”, to the rides, Cider and Doughnuts, if you love the Fall season, then the farm is the place to be. This year they are celebrating their 29th year with the pumpkin patch and it wouldn’t be possible without you. God has blessed them and the farm in so many ways over the past 29 years and they appreciate all of your business and support.

Location: 1560 E Sterns Rd, Erie, MI 48133

Phone: (734) 848-4049

Dates: September 14th – October 31st, 2019

Hours: 10am-7pm

Mon-Wed: 4-6:30pm (Corn Maze and Play area Only)

Thurs-Fri: 4-6:30pm (Corn Maze, Play area, Pumpkin Train, and Teddy Bear Spin Only)

Sat-Sunday: 11am-6:30pm (Hay Ride, Corn Maze, play area, Pumpkin Train, Teddy Bear Spin)

Cost: Admission is FREE (Bring money for Rides, Pumpkin, etc.)

Website: https://www.trabbicpumpkinfarm.com/

The Pumpkin Peddler

The fall season just isn’t complete without a hayride to a pumpkin patch, and The Pumpkin Peddler offer a memorable ride through the tree farm for you and your family to enjoy. There are thousands to choose from and your children can pick their own pumpkins right in the field. Your family can enjoy other activities as well, such as a pumpkin maze, face painting, and guessing the weight of a painted pumpkin. A craft store is also on site where they offer Indian corn, gourds, mini and pie pumpkins straw bales, corn stalks and more for your fall and Halloween decorating needs. Enjoy a cookie and some apple cider and your family outing is complete!

Location: 20354 N Dixie Hwy, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 409-0252

Dates: Month of October

Hours: Weekdays: Noon til Dark, Saturday: 10 til Dark, Sunday: 11 til Dark

Cost: Varies depending on purchase Admission is FREE

Website: http://bowlinggreenchristmastrees.com/pumpkin-farm.php

Country Lane Tree Farm Fall Festival Weekends

No other farm in NW Ohio or Michigan allows you to wander through their farm, alongside of peacocks, ducks and chickens, hold baby ducks, chicks and bunnies, and then feed all of their farm animals. Milking their REAL cow is always a big hit with the kids and adults! In addition to the farm tours, Fall season brings the Fall Festival that features 10 acre U-Pick pumpkin patch, a FREE Hayride, Family Farm Animal Tours, and NW Ohio’s ONLY Haunted Hayride! (see Panic in the Pines)

Location: 3525 N Bolander Rd, Genoa, OH 43430

Phone: (419) 461-1298

Dates: OCTOBER 5,6, 12,13, 19,20 and 26,27

Hours: SATURDAY and SUNDAY 11 am to 4 pm – NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED!!! Last Admission 3 PM. (All activities end at 4 PM!)

Cost: FALL FESTIVAL WEEKEND ADMISSION PRICES: Children under 2 are FREE, 3yrs – 12 yrs -$10/person, Adults – $5/person, Active Military – FREE

Website: https://www.countrylanetreefarm.com/

 

 

Little Boo At the Zoo

Little Boo is the pre-school pirates’ and princesses’ chance to delight without the fright! Toddlers and preschool aged children are invited to wear their Halloween costumes to trick or treat throughout the Zoo and enjoy crafts and games sized just for them.

Location: 2 Hippo Way, Toledo, OH 43609

Dates: Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Cost: $8 for Members’ Children, $18 for Non-Members Children & $18 for Non-Members Adults

Website: https://www.toledozoo.org/boo

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Pumpkin Path

Pumpkin Path is when the Halloween fun really comes alive at the Toledo Zoo! In addition to costumed trick or treating for all ages, there will also be games, artistic pumpkin carving demonstration, bounce houses and magic shows to entertain all the ghosts and goblins!

Location: 2 Hippo Way, Toledo, OH 43609

Dates: Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: $8 for Members’ Children, $18 for Non-Members Children & $18 for Non-Members Adults

Website: https://www.toledozoo.org/pumpkinpath

 

 

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Sandpiper Fall Color Cruise

Travel down the Maumee and enjoy the fall festival of color. Make sure to bring your camera for some of the most beautiful views along the Maumee River. As the leaves change, the river becomes even more breathtaking. This 2-hour cruise will leave you counting down the days until the next Sandpiper season.

Location: The Sandpiper is docked at Water Street and Jefferson Avenue in Downtown Toledo. For GPS directions to the dock, use this address: 1 Jefferson Avenue Toledo, Ohio

Phone: (419) 537-1212

Dates: Saturdays & Sundays in October @ 1pm and 4pm

Cost: Adults are $19 Children are $11 (12 and under) reserve your spot online today!

Website: https://www.sandpiperboat.com/public-cruises/

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Sandpiper Halloween Boo Cruise

Halloween BOO! Cruise is a family-friendly experience for kids of all ages. This 30-minute cruise features Halloween treats and fun. Dress to impress!

Location: The Sandpiper is docked at Water Street and Jefferson Avenue in Downtown Toledo. For GPS directions to the dock, use this address: 1 Jefferson Avenue Toledo, Ohio

Phone: (419) 537-1212

Dates: 24th, 25th, 26th, & 27th of October with various times each day, click on link below for times

Cost: only $5 per riders! Buy Tickets online in advance, these will fill up FAST!

Website: https://www.sandpiperboat.com/calendar

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Wheeler Farms Corn Maze

CLOSED DUE TO CROP GROWTH HINDERING THIS SEASON

Location: The Corn Maze 11455 Obee Rd. Whitehouse, OH 43571

Phone: 419.872.1731

Dates: Closed for the 2019 Season

Hours: Friday: 5pm – 11pm, Saturday: Noon – 11pm, & Sunday: Noon – 8pm

Cost: Adults (12-64):$10, Youth (4-11): $8, 65 & Over: $9, Under 3: Free with Adult

Website: http://www.wheelerfarms.com/corn-maze/

 

 

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PANIC IN THE PINES

Panic in the Pines is located deep within a 150 year old farm. Climb onto the hayride that takes you out into the Forest of Pines where flesh eating zombies are lurking around each twist and turn…waiting for the right victim.

Enter if you dare into the Haunted Woods….where a crazed Psych Doctor and his staff work to keep the current patients locked up and try to pick out a few new ones to stay!

The Haunted Trail will take you back to what you may believe to be happy memories of childhood play…. BUT games can be misleading and not what they seem.

Haunt ticket booth opens at 7PM!

Location: 3525 N Bolander Rd. Genoa, OH 43430

Phone: (419) 461-1298

Dates: October 5th, 12th, 19th, & 26th

Hours: 8-10pm…The first hayride of the night starts promptly at 8PM! All 3 haunts are outside so dress appropriately.

Cost: 3 Haunts- 1 price! $20 purchase tickets online, click link below

Website: http://www.panicinthepines.com/

 

 

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Wolcott Heritage Complex

Enjoy an afternoon of family time together. Listen to live music or enjoy a story at the log house. Youngsters can make a craft to take home and so much more. Cost: Free!

Location: 1035 River Rd, Maumee, OH 43537

Phone: (419) 893-9602

Hours: Saturday and Sundays from 12:00-4:30 (Tours Saturday at 12:30 and 2:30pm)

Cost: FREE

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/maumeevalleyhistoricalsociety/museum-complex

 

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Children’s Halloween Pizza Train

Magician Andrew Martin performs as Count Wakula. Includes pizza, salad, bread sticks, dessert and pop, coloring activities, costume contest with prizes, cider and doughnuts, and two hour train ride!

Location: 301 E Adrian St, Blissfield, MI 49228

Phone: (888) 467-2451

Date: Sunday, October 27, 2019 Board @ 4:30PM leaves @ 5:00PM

Cost: $34.00 Adults, $22.00 Children (2-12)

Website: https://www.murdermysterydinnertrain.com/

 

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Sauder’s Village Family Fun Nights

There is something magical about being in the Village after hours! Register now to take part in their annual Fall Family Fun Night! Take a trolley ride, learn about pioneer life, decorate a pumpkin, warm up with some hot cocoa and enjoy a snack, take an evening train ride and other activities fun for everyone in the family. Space is limited, so register early!

Location: 22611 State Route 2, Archbold, Ohio 43502

Phone: Register early, call 419.446.2541 or 800.590.9755

Dates: Friday & Saturday, October 18 & 19, 2019

Hours: 6:00 – 8:00 pm each evening

Cost: $13 for adults, $7 for children (4-16) and children 3 & under are free. Discounted rates available for members. Pre-registration is required!

Website: https://saudervillage.org/classes-events/details/2019/10/18/default-calendar/fall-family-fun-nights

 

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Garrison Ghost Walks at Fort Meigs

Come to Fort Meigs for a “spirited” stroll this fall at the Garrison Ghost Walk. Tour the fort with your 1812 guide and encounter the spookier side of this historic place.  The whole family will enjoy hearing tales from the past, and while the ghosts may not be real, the fun certainly is!  Proceeds from this event go to the Old Northwest Military History Association, the volunteer association for Fort Meigs. (Advanced Tickets required, Online ONLY)

Location: Fort Meigs 29100 W. River Rd. Perrysburg, OH 43551

Phone: (419) 874-4121

Dates: October 18-19 & 25-26, 2019

Times: 7 & 8:30PM (For ALL) 8:45 & 9PM (Adults ONLY)

Cost: $10 ages 13+, $5 ages 6-12, Not recommended for ages 5 and under

Website: http://www.fortmeigs.org/

 

Valentine Theatre Silver screen Classic, Young Frankenstein!

Young Frankenstein is a 1974 American horror comedy film, directed by Mel Brooks and starring Gene Wilder as the title character–a descendant of the infamous Dr. Victor Frankenstein. The supporting cast includes Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Peter Boyle, Madeline Kahn, Kenneth Mars, Richard Haydn and Gene Hackman. Tickets are general admission and can be purchased at the box office window one hour prior to the show. Tickets are only $5 and Tall Drafts, Full Bar, and Popcorn are available for purchase!

Location: 410 Adams St, Toledo, OH 43604

Phone: 419.242.3490

Date: Friday, October 11th at 7:30 p.m.

Cost: $5

Website: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/4891190/young-frankensteinsilver-screen-classic-film-toledo-valentine-theatre?country=US&language=en

 

 

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OctoBOOfest Downtown Perrysburg

Join Downtown Perrysburg Inc for another fun OctoBOOfest event, sponsored by Mercy Health. OctoBOOfest is their annual Fall festival filled with family fun events, including trick or treating, costume parades, and scavenger hunts. Click on website for more information on the fun activities to come!

Location: Downtown Perrysburg

Date: October 26th 11am-3pm

Cost: Admission is FREE

Website: : https://www.facebook.com/events/2412352012330908/

 

Hoen’s Greenhouse Autumn Harvest Festival

Bring the entire family for a weekend of warm autumn cheer at the Autumn Harvest Festival. Enjoy delicious eats and fall treats around a warm bonfire, a relaxing tractor hayride around the farm, or search the pumpkin patch for unique pumpkins and gourds. They’ll have a petting farm with some of your favorite barn animals, pony rides for the little ones, and plenty more outdoor activities and crafts for kids of all ages.

Location: 1710 Perrysburg Holland Rd, Holland, OH 43528

Phone: (419) 865-6566

Dates: To be Announced

Cost: Varies depending on activities/purchases admission is FREE

Website: https://www.facebook.com/hoensgardencenter/

 

Roche de Bouef Festival in Waterville

The Roche de Boeuf Festival has something for the entire family to enjoy. Children will love the kids zone and parents can shop for beautiful art and one of a kind items. Take a journey back in time with Pioneer Village, see amazing cars in the car show, and enjoy wonderful music and entertainment throughout the day. The Roche de Boeuf Parade is the cornerstone of the Roche de Boeuf Festival. Local bands and organizations make their way through downtown Waterville as a kickoff to the Festival. Parade begins on Farnsworth Rd. The parade starting point will be on Farnsworth at Michigan Street. The parade will then proceed east onto Farnsworth to River Road and then to Waterworks Park.

Location: FREE Shuttle Service, pick-up locations Conrad Park next to the Waterville Library (800 Michigan Ave) and Waterville Landings (J&R Contracting) 1300 Michigan Ave.

Date: September 28, 2019

Hours: Parade Starts at 10 AM and Festival 9 AM – 5 PM

Cost: FREE admission

Website: https://watervillechamber.com/roche-de-boeuf-parade-and-festival/

 

43rd Applebutter Fest Grand Rapids Ohio  

What is Applebutter Fest? It’s historical reenactments, pioneer demonstrations, crafts, live music, food, and family fun along the beautiful Maumee River!

Location: Click on website for specifics….where to park and what streets will be closed

Phone: N/A

Date: October 13th, 2019

Hours: 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Cost: There are no participation fees other than a $15 per vehicle parking fee that provides the operating funds for the Fest. Parking in the official lots is sincerely appreciated!

Website: http://www.applebutterfest.org/

 

Downtown Sylvania Fall Festival and Parade!

A longstanding Sylvania tradition, the Sylvania Fall Festival returns this year with several dozen food, craft, informational and other vendor booths will line Main Street, Tree City’s historical throughway. Everybody’s perennial favorite, the fall festival parade, will energize the town from Monroe to Main Street. Catch a stage performance at the corner of Main and Maplewood, explore Sylvania Historical Village and celebrate community when you join us for the 34rd Annual Sylvania Fall Festival!

Location: Downtown Sylvania

Phone: 419.882.2135

Date: Sunday, October 20th, 2019 10AM-4PM

Cost: FREE admission

Website: https://www.sylvaniachamber.org/sylvania-fall-festival/

 

The Shops at Fallen Timbers Truck or Treat

 Bring the kids out in Costume for a family afternoon of Truck or Treat, Dance party, and Costume Contest! This FREE event is one for the whole family! Let the kids explore some of their favorite “big trucks” and get some early trick- or- treating done! Enjoy spooky Sounds, Character interactions, & Treats!

 This event will be located at the Main entrance of the mall, in front of Men’s Warehouse/Dillard’s

Location: The Shops at Fallen Timbers – Maumee, OH 3100 MAIN STREET, Maumee, Ohio 43537

Phone: (419) 740-7080

Date: Saturday, October 19th

Hours: 11 AM – 2 PM

Cost: FREE

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1379951865498296/

 

THINGS THAT GO! at Levis Commons

Get up close and personal with all your favorite things that GO at this year’s THINGS THAT GO SHOW at Levis Commons. Live Music From Mike Szafarowicz Music 10am -2pm, Free Train Rides On The JR Express, See ProMedica Air land at the event at Noon. Visit with the pilot and see the inside of the helicopter from Noon-2pm (weather, wind and emergency dependent), and much MORE, for full list of trucks click on link below…

Location: The Town Center at Levis Commons 3201 Levis Commons Blvd Perrysburg, OH 43551

Phone: (419) 931-8888

Date: October 5th

Hours: 10am-2pm

Website: https://www.shopleviscommons.com/event/Things-That-GO-Show/2145530884/

 

 

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