City of Toledo Offers Family-Friendly Free Fall Events

The Division of Parks, Recreation & Forestry is welcoming Fall with a free Brown Bag Concert at the Ottawa Park Amphitheater on Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 11 am to 1 pm. Citizens are invited to bring their lunches and listen to live music from Tom Lawson and Reese Daily.

On Saturday, September 24, Magic in the Park will take place at the Ottawa Park Amphitheater starting at 12:30 pm when Parks, Recreation and Forestry staff will serve popcorn and apple cider and offer face painting for the kids. “Magic with Eli!” will be performed from 1 to 2 pm.

Also on Saturday, September 24, from noon to 4 pm, the Toledo Police Museum will feature its newest exhibit, “Tales from Old Sparky: Convictions that led to the electric chair.” The replica chair was formerly on view at the Ohio State Reformatory Historic Site in Mansfield, Ohio.

All events are free and open to the public. The Brown Bag Concert and Magic in the Park will be held weather permitting. The Police Museum will be open rain or shine.

The Ottawa Park Amphitheater and Toledo Police Museum are located at 2205 Kenwood Boulevard.

Posted by Stacy Weber on Wednesday, September 14, 2016.