Description: If you’re looking for a fun day for the entire family, the 10th Annual Ottawa Hills Fall Festival marketplace & car show is right around the corner. Bring the whole family and celebrate rain or shine.
Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Something For Kids of All Ages.
4th Annual Car Show
Art Fair & Marketplace
Live Music & Entertainment
Arts & Crafts
Pony & Wagon Rides
Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Corn Hole Tournament
Great food from Ottawa Hills Boosters, Shorty’s, Chick-fil-a and Coldstone Creamery
The Festival is located at the corner of Indian and Evergreen, directly in front of the Ottawa Hills High School.
Admission to the festival is FREE and open to the general public.
More than 75 Art Fair & Marketplace vendors will be selling everything from glass and steel sculpture, kiln fired glass, home furnishings, silver jewelry, handmade hair accessories, metal sculpture, women’s accessories: purses, belts, scarves, handmade Haitian jewelry, and much more.
Presented by the Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association (OSHPA)
Description: Hope United Methodist Church is hosting its 10th Annual Spring Craft Show featuring talented crafters from Ohio and Michigan offering an excellent variety of crafts for men, women, children, and even pets. You'll also find unique gifts for Easter and Mother's Day at our show. Lunch will be available 11-2, as well as an all-day bake sale. The church is located directly across from Franklin Park Mall
Description: The floppy-eared gladiators are back for the 10th Annual Wiener Dog Nationals presented by HammerWeb on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at the W.W. Knight Nature Preserve as part of the Wood County Humane Society’s Mutt Strut from 10am to 2pm. Dachshunds run drag race style races and winners advance with a chance to win the coveted Wiener Dog Nationals trophies.
Think your wiener has what it takes to go the distance? Enter them today and join the fun! Registration is just $6 and proceeds go to local dachshund rescues and the Wood County Humane Society. See the Official Rules for more information.
Description: Hope United Methodist Church is hosting its 11th Annual Spring Craft Show, featuring talented crafters from Ohio and Michigan offering an excellent variety of handmade crafts for men, women, children, and even pets. You'll find unique gifts for Easter and Mother's Day at our show. Lunch will be available 11-2, as well as an all-day bake sale. The church is located directly across from Franklin Park Mall.
Description: Free but Reservations Required at 419-882-8313 ext. 31 or email@example.com
Three Sessions: 10AM, 11AM, & Noon
Make an Eggstra-special art project then head out to collect plastic eggs. Redeem each egg for a prize, take and egg-stra cool family photo with the Easter Bunny, and hop on down the Bunny Trail with a delicious chocolate treat!
*Families, Bring your Cameras!
Description: Come join us for our 12th Annual Stuff the Truck event sponsored by 93.5 FM at the Churchill's Market in Maumee and Perrysburg. Help us pay it forward to our neighbors in need by dropping off turkey, stuffing, and even cranberries. We will have the truck there to carry all the Thanksgiving cheer from 6am until 6pm on November 21st, 2014.
If you would like to volunteer for this event please contact Cheri or Angi at 419-244-6996 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Description: Come enjoy the Premier Native American Event in the State of Ohio and the Region by being a part of the beautiful Harvest Festival of the Eastern Woodland American Indians of the North East and Great Lakes. Buttonwood Park, the Gathering Grounds for the Blackswamp Intertribal Powwow in Perrysburg were very seriously damaged by 4 floods of the Maumee River from February to July including a massive ice dam in February and March. Therefore, Seven Eagles Historical Education Center has been selected as a new location for the 2015 Powwow.
The event is scheduled for the 26-27 September 2015. Seven Eagles is 25 min due west from the old location of Buttonwood Park in Perrysburg: 16486 Wapakoneta Road, Grand Rapids, Ohio 43522. Be a part of Native American Arts, Crafts, Dance, Food, Games, History, Music, and more.
The new location for this year offers over 40 acres of wooded trees, with a Woodland Indian Village, 1750 Trading Post, 1790 Tavern, 1800 Log Cabin and a Cricket Frog Pond.
The event has been listed as one of the Top 20 Great Escapes: Weekends Worth Having in the State of Ohio by the Cincinnati Magazine and has been listed a State of Ohio Top Event by The Ohio Arts Council, The Ohio Humanities Council and The Toledo Blade.
Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Saturday and 10:00 a.m. Sunday
12:30 Saturday (schedule may change) and 1:00 p.m. Sunday
Closes Saturday at Dusk & Sunday at 5:00 p.m.
OTHER: Douglas Blue Feather of Springboro, OH, Multiple Award Winning Native American Flutist
South Eastern Water Spider of Ohio
Southern Singers of Ohio
Closed Drum: Invitation Only
VENDORS: Invitation Only
CAMPING: Tent camping is allowed in the far back of the grounds only. You need to set up and then move your vehicle to the front parking lot. RV Camping is in the back also. See a Seven Eagles Staff Member on Friday about set up.
Adults = $5.00
Seniors 60 and over = $3.00
Children 5-11 = $2.00
Children 4 and under = Free
CONTACT & SPONSORS: email@example.com
Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation @ 419-250-0951
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center: www.facebook.com/SevenEaglesHistoricalEducationCenter
SouthEastern WaterSpider Drum
HOST HOTEL: Country Inn & Suites in Rossford, Ohio (inquire for “powwow rate”) 419-872-9900
No pets, no alcohol, no drugs, no Indian politics and no Indian policing.
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center, owned and operated by the Arts Council Lake Erie West, is a year-round active outdoor living history and environmental center located near the quaint Victorian Village of Grand Rapids in northwest Ohio. Seven Eagles has been coined the ‘EARTH Center’ by many school teachers and scout groups due to our incorporation of the environmental sciences in the local history and arts programs. ‘E’ for environment, ‘ART’ for arts, and ‘H’ for history and the humanities. Annually, it hosts over 5,000 school children and scouts for educational field trips and overnight camping programs.
Description: Foundation for Life invites you to join us for our annual Benefit for Life Charity Gala. The evening is our chance to celebrate together all that we have achieved in advancing the pro-life cause. With thankful hearts, we rejoice that unborn babies lives are saved and that hearts are changed through God's grace. Our keynote speaker for the evening will be Lila Rose of Live Action.
Description: FREE to Sylvania School District Residents; $5 per car admission for Non-Residents.
9am, 10am, 11am & Noon Sessions
Limit 35 families per session
REGISTRATION REQUIRED by email at Info@olanderpark.com
Make an Easter Art Project, then head out to find and collect plastic eggs. Redeem each for a prize, take and Eggstra-cool family photo with the Easter Bunny, and hop on down the Bunny Trail with a delicious treat.
Families: Bring your own cameras for photos.
Description: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is hosting the 14th Annual Toledo Dinner of Champions honoring Kim Kaplan, President and Chief Operating Officer of K-Limited Carrier, Ltd. Kaplan,will receive the Norman Cohn Hope Award, the National MS Society’s most prestigious award, for her commitment to volunteer leadership, philanthropy and community service.
Kaplan, a Sylvania resident, started K-Limited with her husband, Dean Kaplan, in 1997. The company is the largest known women-owned liquid bulk carrier in the United States. The company is based in Toledo with terminals in Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland and Cincinnati.
Kaplan is committed to her profession and to the community. She sits on the Board of Directors at the Beach House Family Shelter and is a huge supporter of the National MS Society’s Ohio Buckeye Chapter. “Kaplan Krusaders” has been one of the top teams at the Toledo Walk MS event, excelling in the number of walkers and the amount of funds raised.
“We are very excited to be honoring Kim for her contributions to the community,” said Janet Kramer, president of the Ohio Buckeye Chapter. “We are thankful for her strong leadership and longtime support.”
The Dinner of Champions will be held Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at Inverness Country Club, 4601 Dorr St. in Toledo. The evening begins with a silent auction and cocktail reception starting at 6:00 p.m., followed by dinner and the program at 7:30 p.m.
All proceeds from the Toledo Dinner of Champions will be used to provide programs and services for more than 20,000 Ohioans who have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The funds will also be used for MS-related research efforts to help find the cause and a cure for the chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system.
Individual reservations are $125 per person and table reservations start at $1500. For more information, please contact Natalie Phillips at 419-482-1593 or firstname.lastname@example.org.