Festivals in Toledo, OH (showing 1 - 3 out of 3)
America's Walk for Diabetes
The number of people affected by diabetes seems to be rising at an alarming rate. That is a fact that has not escaped the people of Toledo, who do much to raise awareness and raise money to help not only people with diabetes but also to fund further research for a cure. One of the American Diabetes Association's biggest events is America's Walk for Diabetes held at the Toledo Zoo every spring. This high-profile location brings all ages together as they walk in teams that are sponsored by area businesses and individuals whose unwavering commitment to putting an end to diabetes becomes a greater reality with every step that is taken on this important walking event.
Black Swamp Arts Festival
The Black Swamp Arts Festival is usually held every Labor Day Weekend in downtown Bowling Green, Ohio, which is just twenty miles south of Toledo. This is a celebration of many forms of art as well as the people who create it. The underlying purpose of this multifaceted event is to ultimately connect these talented artisans and creators with other artists as well as the public who are given the chance to purchase many of the paintings, sculptures and other pieces on display over the course of this three-day event. There is also live music, food and plenty of family-friendly activities that practically guarantee a splendid time for all.
Lagrange Street Polish Festival
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The Lagrange Street Polish Festival is held every July in Toledo. A celebration of Polish culture, this three-day event brings it all together in a most spectacular way. Some of the best polka bands from all over the world are scheduled to perform, so be prepared to dance! You'll also enjoy some authentic Polish food, see some unforgettable arts and crafts, as well as more wares from various artisans. Plenty of fun and and games for the kids, too. This event is regularly attended by approximately 25,000 guests and it all happens on Lagrange Street in Toledo.