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Published: 6/30/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Noon Tunes at Wildwood Preserve Metropark

A four-string quartet performed popular classical compositions for the residents of Sylvania and Toledo at the season’s first noon time music session at Wildwood Preserve Metropark. Families packed the lunches and brought area youngsters for an hour filled with melodic tunes at the park. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW

Toledo School for the Arts student Arianna Dyer of Ottawa Hills, right, plays the violin along with student Olivia Bryan of Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledo School for the Arts student Arianna Dyer of Ottawa Hills, right, plays the violin along with student Olivia Bryan ...
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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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo People walk to attend Noon Tunes at the Wildwood Preserve Metropark Manor House. Normally held outdoors, minor flooding and wet ...
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People listen to Toledo School of the Arts students perform classical pieces. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledo resident James Sarno listens to the music. "It was fantastic, they were certainly deserving of a greater audience," ...
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Bedford, Mich. resident Lindsey Francis listens with her son Elijah, 14 months. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Children have lunch during Noon Tunes.
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People enjoy lunch during Noon Tunes. Enlarge | Buy This Photo People enjoy lunch during Noon Tunes.
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