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Noon Tunes at Wildwood Preserve Metropark

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Toledo School for the Arts student Arianna Dyer of Ottawa Hills, right, plays the violin along with student Olivia Bryan of Sylvania.

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People walk to attend Noon Tunes at the Wildwood Preserve Metropark Manor House. Normally held outdoors, minor flooding and wet grass moved the event inside.

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People listen to Toledo School of the Arts students perform classical pieces.

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Toledo School for the Arts student Emily Gillikin plays the cello.

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Toledo resident Fawn Richmeier sits with her son Andrew, 6, and Angelina, 3.

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Toledo resident James Sarno listens to the music. "It was fantastic, they were certainly deserving of a greater audience," Sarno said.

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Bedford, Mich. resident Lindsey Francis listens with her son Elijah, 14 months.

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Violette Cherry, 5, of Toledo smiles after putting up a fake high-five to her cousin Oliver Cherry-Timmons, 5.

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Children have lunch during Noon Tunes.

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People enjoy lunch during Noon Tunes.

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