Enjoy jeep, Indian food, and craft beers this weekend. Everything you need to have a good time is here at 419.
Toledo, Ohio – This weekend, like many other events, you can experience the wonderful tradition of Toledo, which took a year off for COVID-19. Now that the Toledo Jeepfest and Indian festivals are back, turn to 419 and here you can combine local and foreign cultures.
Baby Animals Day | Indian Creek Zoo | 10h
Some baby animals are so adorable that you can get up close and personal with a lot of animals at the Indian Creek Zoo this weekend. When you visit all the babies in the zoo, the children will receive prizes for visiting all the stations. Once you’ve met all of your babies, take part in other family activities like face painting and big inflatable slides to meet the characters from Laurel’s Princess Party.
It happens all weekend from Friday to Sunday.
Tickets for the zoo range from $ 12 to $ 14. Find out more about this event on the Indian Creek Zoo website.
Glass City Craft Crawl | Adams ST Toledo | Every weekend
Beer drinkers, this weekend is for you. Taste a craft beer at the Glass City Craft Crawl. Try great craft beers from Maumee Bay Brewing Company, Earnest Brew Works, Upside Brewing, Wild Side Brewing Company, Pavlov’s Brewing Company, Patron Saints Brewery, Black Frog Brewery, Twin Oast Brewing, Inside the Five Brewing Company, Soaked & Tempered. Brewing Co., Ltd., Heavy Beer Company.
Creepy breweries are available at Manhattan’s Pub’n Cheer, The Ottawa Tavern, The Attic On Adams, Georgjz419 Fun, Food, & Spirits, Carlos’Poco Loco, Wesley’s Bar, and the following outdoor beer gardens: .. The future home of HEAVY Beer Company at the corner of Adams and 13th Avenue.
Enjoy a great local craft beer this weekend while you are downtown.
Jeepfest of Toledo | Toledo | Every weekend
It’s the weekend we’ve all been waiting for: Toledo Jeepfest is back! This weekend is full of great events, experiences and just downtown fun for this festival.
The parade kicks off events throughout Saturdays and weekends, where you can experience great jeeps, enjoy shows, and participate in marathons.
Check out the official Toledo Jeep Fest website for this weekend’s full schedule of events.
First day of the dog Friday-summer | Adrian Town Center | 5:00 p.m.
August is here and you can go to Adrian to celebrate Summer Dog Day with your furry friends. Every first Friday the city celebrates downtown and this month it’s for the dogs! This Friday, enjoy everything you already love on your First Friday, including classic car shows, live shows, and your favorite downtown business promotions.
There are pet parades, raffles, dog competitions, Pawsport, and you have the chance to feature local businesses and win big prizes.
Enter several contests and learn more on the Lenawee County Humane Society website.
Hot air balloon festival | Defiance Memorial Airport | 6.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.
They can’t wait to find them in the air, and on Saturday you might be in a hot air balloon at this Defiance festival. Stop by lanyard or hot air balloon. There’s a busy day on top of the rides, including a pancake breakfast, live music, and a kids’ area, and the night ends with a balloon glow with all the balloons on.
You can attend the festival for $ 10 per car and go shopping for under $ 15. Get the full schedule and detailed event information here.
Jeepfest Family Zone Hensville Metro Park | Hensville | 10 am-5pm
Metro Park Toledo and Hensville are working together for the Jeepfest Pop-up Metro Park, which serves as the family zone on weekends. Here in the Family Zone, you can enjoy an interactive experience led by Metroparks Toledo, such as rock climbing, paddling in the mobile pool, and mountain biking on the mobile trail. Hensville Metro Park is filled with inflatable games for kids and families.
Admission to Hensville Metropolitan Park is free.
Stoney Stock Summer Music Festival | Stoney Ridge Winery | 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sip a glass of wine and listen to a great song at the 5th Annual Stoney Stock Summerfest at Stoney Ridge Winery. Of course, they’ll have beer as well as some fine wine, and there’ll be a food truck for you to dine while you’re at it. Next, let’s dance with DJ Chico, Distant Cousinz and The Y’s Guys.
Village Arts & Wine Festival Sculpture | Williams Park | 3 p.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday night is all about wine and art at Gibsonburg in Williams Park. At the 3 to 9 hour sculpture village in the park, you can taste wines from a variety of local vineyards and discover many great arts and crafts vendors. You can also enjoy great live music and dine in the food truck.
Check their website for a full list of vendors and wineries here.
Duel Piano | Hensville | 7:00 p.m.
Music lovers, you won’t want to miss this show under the stars. Two pianists fight in Hensville to see who can get the most applause.
Hensville is a Jeepfest entertainment venue transformed into a unique outdoor lounge that creates an interactive experience for high-energy shows featuring Piano Wars.
The gate opens at 7 p.m. and the Piano War takes place from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. General admission is free, but if you want to get closer to this interactive show or Fleetwood Patio, you can get a VIP table. $ 60 to $ 120. You can reserve your table here.
Bringing 90s Park Jam back to life | Uptown green | 7 p.m.
The ’90s may be over 20 years old, but this Saturday you can enjoy a party like downtown 1999. If you’re missing out on a good’ 90s jam, head to the green of the town and swing your DJ knots all night long. There will be a first screening and come out 22 feet. There will be an inflatable screen and, of course, a food truck to play Super Nintendo.
This event is completely free, but children cannot attend the party!
Indian feast | Centennial Terrace | 11am
Sat Sri Akal, this Sunday you can learn, experience and celebrate new cultures at festivals in India. Try a variety of excellent vegetarian dishes, and come shop for stunning, authentic Indian wares such as clothing, jewelry, and art. What’s more, you can listen to live music and watch dancing. Volunteers will apply temporary henna tattoos to provide fun activities for their children.
Come to Sylvania and see what makes Desi culture so special.