Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Monday Night Modern
Old School Gaming – Event: Modern with Swiss pairings. We Fire Every Monday! Entry: $4 Payout: $5 store credit into the prize pool per entry, paid out to top half according to record.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 10:00 AM
Franklin Park Mall – Little one’s will have fierce fun playing, creating, pretending and moving during Toddler Tuesdays at Franklin Park Mall this fall! Join us for FREE fun in the Food Court every other Tuesday in November from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. November 21 - "Thankful Day" Join us while we give thanks for all we have! Create your own pretend Thanksgiving dinner, make paper turkey hands, and play Thankful Bingo!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:00 PM
Intro to Pastels Workshop
The Art Supply Depo Toledo – INTRO TO SOFT PASTEL WORKSHOPS $35.00 Instructor: Mary Jane Erard Ages: 18+ Date: Tuesday, November 21st from 6:00pm - 8:00pm This is not a multi-session class; every session is separate and priced at $35 each. Not sure if you are going to like pastels? Come in for a short intro class with pastel professional Mary Jane Erard. Unlike our four-hour pastel workshops, all materials will be provided. No experience is required and absolute beginners are welcome! About the Instructor: Mary Jane Erard is an award-winning artist painting in soft pastel, oil pastel, gouache and oil. Her works are usually rural landscapes of the US and Europe. During the past 15 years Mary Jane's paintings have been accepted in 60 juried exhibitions and have won over 35 awards. She has also exhibited in over 11 national and international solo shows. Mary Jane's artwork has been published several times in national magazines and books. Three of her paintings were published in the book "Best of Pastel Painters". Mary Jane is a juried member of the Pastel Society of America and a juried member of the Degas Pastel Society. MJ is represented by Collector's Corner at the Toledo Museum of Art where you can find several of her paintings on display at all times in her own corner of the gallery and the Robin B Gallery in Chicago. Please register as soon as you plan on attending. Classes that don't reach the minimum number of students required will be canceled 48 hours before the first day of class. Last minute registrations are accepted if class minimum is met and space allows.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Open Gym and Game Night
Ignite - Westgate – Get ready for an awesome night of fun and games with Ignite! We'll be playing volleyball, basketball, 9-square, board games, card games, and more! Snacks and drinks will be provided. :) We'll be hanging out in the East Entrance and the Gym at Westgate Chapel. See you there!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
A Night of Thanks
Calvary Bible Chapel Toledo, Ohio – Thanksgiving service. Join us to give thanks to our Lord!
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 10:00 AM
Packos for Pit Crew!
Lucas County Pit Crew – Bring in our flyer, or show it on your phone, and enjoy a delicious meal at Packo's on Secor! LCPC will receive 15% of every dollar spent all day. Help our dogs and enjoy a great meal, win=win! See our website for the flyer www.LucasCountyPitCrew.com
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 5:30 PM
Wednesday November 22 at 5:30PM Board Game Night
Old School Gaming – Because we will be closed on Thursday November 23 for Thanksgiving we are moving board game night to Wednesday November 22. We have lots of new games being played. Stop in and find something new to play over the holiday weekend!!
Wednesday Nov 22 @ 7:00 PM
Wednesday Night Modern!
Old School Gaming – Event: Modern with Swiss pairings Entry: $4 Payout: $5 store credit into the prize pool per entry, paid out to top half according to record.
Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 23 @ 9:00 PM
Emo Night at The Ottawa Tavern 11/22
Innovation Concerts – Join us for another round of Emo Night hosted by Ian Reiter of Grubby Paws! This very special event will be taking place the night before Thanksgiving. Come drink and jam and prep yourself for awkward family holiday time with some of the old hits and deep cuts from the Golden Age of Emo. No cover. Music starts at 9 p.m.
Thursday Nov 23 @ 9:00 AM
Dave's Turkey Chase 5k — Family Run/Walk
Run Toledo – Dave’s Turkey Chase, Thanksgiving Day 5k Run/Walk Presented by: WTOL & FOX 36 The Dave’s Turkey Chase 5K is a Thanksgiving Day race, benefiting Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Cherry Street Mission Ministries and Hannah's Socks. The course is a loop course through downtown Toledo. — Starting on Summit St at WTOL 11, heading south, around past Fifth Third Field and the Huntington Center, Across Cherry St., then back down Summit St., left on Lagrange and right on Water St. to the finish at WTOL 11. The ideal Thanksgiving Day family fun run/walk 5k. Join us in showing thanks by giving to help others, and burn off the days extra calories in the process. A premier Dave's Performance Footgear and Run Toledo event. Start Time: 9:00am Course Open: 1.5 hours Maximum Field: 3000 Runners Minimum Age: 6 on Race Day
Thursday Nov 23 @ 9:00 AM
2017 Eastside Turkey Trot
Eastern Community YMCA – The Toledo Area's Longest Running Thanksgiving Day Tradition. - Lowest entry fee in the area for a Thanksgiving Day race. - Long Sleeve Next Level Triblend Shirt! Shirts will be limited on race day! Don’t wait and miss out, pre-register now. - QR code on your bib number – you can scan with your smart phone and get your races results instantly. - Benefits the YMCA Scholarship Fund - Top 5 in each age group receive commerative stuffed animal turkeys. - Free turkeys to first male and female at the one mile mark. - Disposable bib chip timing with start and finish mats. - Flyer and registration linformation available at http://www.everalracemgt.com/events/full.php/2017/eastside-turkey-trot.html - Receive a discount on pre-registration fees by visiting Second Sole, 4190 Levis Commons Blvd. Perrysburg, Ohio by Monday, November 13, 2017. - No standing out in the cold before or after the race! Enjoy the warmth and comfort of the Eastern Community YMCA facilities before and after the race, including showers. Remember to bring a lock and towel. - Registration, food, and awards held indoors in the YMCA’s gym. - Free Parking. - Family friendly event. - Early packet pickup available at Second Sole on Tuesday, November 21 and Wednesday, November 22 during store hours. - Free shuttle bus service before and after the race from Cardinal Stritch High School if you get there late and all the parking at the YMCA is gone. Sponsored by and put on Second Sole and The Eastern Community YMCA.
Thursday Nov 23 @ 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Day Mass
St. Catherine of Siena Parish - Toledo, Ohio – All are invited to attend Thanksgiving Day Mass.
Thursday Nov 23 - Dec 15 @ 10:00 AM
Lucas County Children Services Angel Tree's
Franklin Park Mall – Lucas County Children Services Angel Tree's LUCAS COUNTY CHILDREN SERVICES ANGEL TREE'S November 23– December 15 | Mall Hours Franklin Park Mall is proud to support Lucas County Children's Services with Angel Tree's in center court. Choose a child’s tag from the Angel Tree's and drop off the donation in the Security Office. (Located on the Mezzanine Level above Center Court)
Thursday Nov 23 @ 11:30 AM
Thanksgiving 2017 Lunch at The Hunt Center
Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc. – Join us for a delicious Thanksgiving meal with all the fixings at The Margaret Hunt Senior Center. Lunch will be served from 11:30 am-12:30 pm on November 23, 2017. To register please call 419-382-5791
Thursday Nov 23 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 PM
WHAM! - A Very Thankful 80's Night at The Ottawa Tavern 11/24
Innovation Concerts – Join us at The Ottawa Tavern Thanksgiving Night for WHAM! A Very Thankful '80s Night featuring DJ Freddy Crewga spinning '80s pop jams from bands like Wham all night No cover. Party starts at 9 p.m.
Friday Nov 24 - Nov 25 @ 10:00 AM
Designer Consignment Pop-Up Shop with Sarah Saddemi!
Paula Brown Shop – Sarah Saddemi is bringing her standout designer handbags, accessories and clothing from Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada and more to the Paula Brown Shop on Friday, November 24, from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and will continue Saturday, November 25, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. We're kicking off her visit with a fun Friday. The show will be located in the gallery with The Pub open for cocktails! Find out more about Sarah and the Luxury Garage Sale by visiting her site at: https://luxurygaragesale.com/ Looking for something special? You can make product requests to Sarah Saddemi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday Nov 24 @ 10:00 AM
Black Friday at Culture Clash Records
Culture Clash Records – Record Store Day Black Friday @ Culture Clash Records! Our doors will open at 10am For those who brave the cold and wait in line for us to open up, we'll have... Kombucha from Boochy Mama's Probiotic Tonic (while it lasts) Coffee from Black Kite Coffee (while it lasts) Rockys Bar will start serving food and drinks at noon! 104.7 WIOT Toledo's Rock's Aimee Brooks will be broadcasting live from the store throughout the day Live Music starts at 3pm 3pm: The Crashlanders https://crashlanders.bandcamp.com/ Garage rock from Columbus, OH 5pm: Salvadore Ross https://salvadoreross.bandcamp.com/ Psych rock from Dayton, OH 7pm: Wild Savages https://wildsavages.bandcamp.com/album/wild-savages High energy rock from Ann Arbor, MI SPECIAL BLACK FRIDAY PROMOTIONS Free CDs, LPs, Posters, and Stickers (while they last) Discount Prices on Gift-Ready Box Sets Prices reduced on hundreds of new records Discount Prices on Turntables and Speakers Select New/Used CDs $5 or less 5 for $1 on all $1 CDs and vinyl Culture Clash T-Shirts on sale in the store - beat our Cyber Monday T-Shirt sale! ...And here are some FAQ's surrounding Black Friday releases that we can clear up for you: Q: Can Culture Clash hold any releases for customers? A: We cannot hold any releases on Black Friday. In the spirit of fairness and record hunting, Black Friday will be on a first-come, first-served basis. As always, let your fandom be your guide when planning on how early to show up to find the release you are looking for. Q: What will Culture Clash have in stock? A: We will try our best to stock the releases best suit our customer base, but we cannot guarantee that we will have any particular titles. That being said, we planned for a big day with our ordering, so chances are the title you are looking for will be there. You can find a full list of exclusive releases here: http://recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases Q: Can I buy multiple copies of the same release? A: We try to discourage buying multiple copies of the same release in order to encourage fairness in the spirit of what Record Store Day is all about. We want everyone to have a chance to pick up the release they've been looking for. Q: What time should I show up? A: Every year we tend to have a few dedicated fans camp overnight to be at the head of the line, but we know that isn't for everyone. The best bet here is to trust your gut and let your fandom be your guide; some releases sell out very quickly and others hang around for months, so it can be hard to predict if we will still have certain titles at certain points in the day. For those who brave the cold and wait in line for us to open up, we'll have Kombucha from Boochy Mama and coffee (while they last).
Friday Nov 24 - Nov 28 @ 12:00 PM
University of Toledo Hillel – Going on our Birthright trip this winter and not sure what to expect? Come get essential information on the Birthright program, your itinerary, what to pack, who you will be traveling with, and how to stay excited about Israel after you come home! You'll meet other participants, learn about your Madrichim, eat (of course), and get even more excited about January 1st! Elizabeth Lane-Mariani and Devin Billstein will be hosting two orientations, please let us know in the comments which one you will be attending!
Friday Nov 24 @ 4:00 PM
Framework with Pane: Solo Exhibition Reception for Sarah Thomas
The Art Supply Depo Toledo – Join us for the reception of our dear friend Ms. Sarah Thomas' new body of photography on display at The Art Supply Depo's flagship location in Downtown Toledo. Sarah will be back in town from Washington D.C. for the Holiday weekend and we cordially request the pleasure of your company to celebrate her work and her spirit. Please feel free to invite guests. Champage and other light refreshements will be served. Artist Statement: Amid the whirlwind of emotion and experience that accompanies moving to a new city, I’ve sought discomfort and novelty. I’ve tried to embrace that feeling and incorporate it into my recent work, charting new territory in terms of influences and material. Leaving the Midwest has helped me understand how it shaped me, and more broadly, the way in which everything and everyone I’ve worked with has formed the framework for my photography. It’s these layers, which add to and compound upon rather than replace each other, that I’ve recently attempted to explore. Windows became a fascination during this process: the openings and closings and flashes between opacity and transparency led in alternating fashion to disappointment and exuberance. I looked for familiarity and found none, but as soon as I realized the source of the let down, I stopped comparing what used to be to what is in front of me, and I started seeing new environs in new light. It was through the process of acceptance that I could finally open my mind to a new light, even a new familiarity. I discovered windows represent the presentation of ourselves: we are only as transparent as we want to be, and the differences – closed, open, with or without curtains, with broken or thick panes – can be changed or reinvented through emotional struggle and honesty. But without the sturdy framework of my past, there wouldn’t be a place for new panes of experiences and images to fill the void. I think these photographs make the framework stronger. In my case, making this series in a new city challenged me to figure out how transparent I wanted to be and what this transformation would mean.