Welcome to today’s edition of Daily Toledo Patch – the fastest way to stay on top of the biggest news and events.
I’m Brad King, a lifelong native of Northwest Ohio and a proud graduate of the University of Toledo (Go Rockets!). It’s an exciting time to be Toledoan. With revitalization happening all over the city, you never know what big events are on the horizon! It’s your source for local news, politics, art, and entertainment.
In today’s daily life, Congressman Bob Latta requires the return of mail sorting services in Northwestern Ohio, a new cellar opens at Maumee, Toledo will be the test city of a new carpooling app, and a drunk driver hits a Toledo Police car after officers responded to another accident.
The maximum will be 78 degrees and the minimum will be 53 degrees. Expect mostly sunny skies with a few clouds in the afternoon.
Here are the top 5 stories in Toledo today:
- Toledo will host this year Solheim Cup golf tournament at Inverness Club, (August 31 – September 6)
- Legendary rock band TO KISS will play it Huntington Center 25 august
- Franklin Park Mall accepts applications for a new mural project at the famous shopping center until June 21
- Buff city soap opens its last store on Secor Road in western Toledo (CNB 24)
- Jazz in the garden will start July 8 at Toledo Botanical Gardens. Tickets cost $ 10 cash only at the door. (BG Independent Media)
- Happy Hour History: Stories of sailors at National Great Lakes Museum, 1st of July
- “A“Group Art Exhibition is a bimonthly series of art exhibitions at Switchboard
- Rare and Wonderful: Birds in Art and Culture 1620-1820, Toledo Art Museum until July 25
- Toledo School of the Arts will perform all summer in a free setting Jazz in the park series, June 10-August 12
- Toledo brings back Movies in the park series, June 24 – September 16
- City of Toledo accept requests from Parks and recreation Youth Advisory Council
- Community mental health organization Harbor facilitates 300 jobs for teens this summer thanks to their Youth improvement services (YES)
- Lunch in Lévis returns on June 10 and will last until September 16 and includes live performances, food vendors and other activities related to this year’s event. Solheim Cup and Toledo Jeep Fest
- Toledo night market returns from June 19 and will host live music, food and shopping as well as free parking near the Toledo farmer’s market, 6 pm-11pm every month
- the Toledo Symphony Orchestra and the Toledo Ballet have joined forces with Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts and announced an exciting 2021/2022 season
So now you all know what’s going on in Toledo. Tune in tomorrow for more updates on the news and entertainment you need to know!
About me: I grew up just outside of Toledo, when the Mud Hens were in Maumee. I studied at UT and saw with my own eyes that downtown Toledo has become THE place to be. I find new reasons to love this city every day. I’m excited to share all the great news, great food and great music that Glass City has to offer.