To celebrate the grand reopening of Promenade Park, ProMedica and the Arts Commission teamed up to throw Toledo a big party celebrating the arts at our beautiful, historic waterfront park! 20 vendors had their unique works for sale, showcased live demonstrations, and even shared some interactive art pieces with the community.
Art & Jazz are a perfect combination… Now in its second year, we’re in the “humble beginning” stages of what we hope to grow into an annual, regional arts & jazz festival for visitors to rediscover the beauty of Ottawa Parks’ historic Amphitheater. Celebrate the rich heritage of jazz in Toledo. Support Toledo-area talented artists.
Ever been to the Glass Pavilion for glassblowing? Now you have.
Check out the latest exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art, dedicated to the portraits of Dutch Golden Age painter, Frans Hals.
2018 marks the 2nd Toledo Jeep Fest. Joining in are the Glass City Crawlers. We caught up with this entertaining group to see what the life of a Jeeper is all about.
Teenage Toledo-based artist Amanda Gargac talks about her battle with mental health and the personal hyper-realistic style of her artwork.
Books for Adults
Books for Children
Books for Pre-Teens and Teens
The First Peoples of North America series by Raymond Bial
This series is great for grades 4 and up.
Looking for more on the topics above? Search the catalog using the following terms:
- Indians of North America
- Indians of North America — Folklore
- Indians of North America — Social life and customs
- Indian Art — North America
- Indian Mythology — North America
- Inuit — Social life and customs
- Native Americans
Originally posted by Toledo Lucas County blogger April S. at ToledoLibrary.org/blog/celebrate-native-american-heritage.
Hosted by the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center, Dia de los Muertos is a celebration to honor deceased loved ones.