TOLEDO (WTOL) - Need help planning your weekend? Take a look at this long list full of fun activities in the 419 that you can participate in.
Thursday, January 24
Thursday | Make Your Mood - Mood Ring Maker | Fuller Art House | 6 - 8 p.m.
o Ring in the New Year with new vibes and set (paint) our intentions on a ring and wear it to remind ourselves of all things powerful and good. Fill up on Champagne and love and start the year off right of course and #doitfuller
Thursday | Wellness & Meditation Experience | Schedel Arboretum & Gardens | 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Join Rebecca Black, for a group experience in sound and vibrational healing, Reiki and guided meditation. You can register here.
Friday, January 25
Friday | 80s Night | Ottawa Park Ice Rink | 7 - 10 p.m.
It’s 80’s Night at Ottawa Park Ice Rink. All of your favorite music from the 80’s. All ages/family friendly event. $4 per person, $2 per skate rental
Saturday, January 26
Saturday | Pints for Pits | Sidelines (Mellwood Ave.) | 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Stop in to Sidelines to enjoy an awesome meal and mention Lucas County Pit Crew Pints for Pits! Sidelines will donate a percentage of all sales to benefit the dogs in our care.
Saturday | Yoga at TMA: Monroga, Movement and YinYasa | 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Monroga moves to the GlasSalon on as Laurie Schoonmaker leads a session of Yinyasa Yoga. This is a class combining elements of calm yin and active vinyasa styles. There will be a maximum of 50 participants in this event.
Tickets are $10 for TMA members, $15 for nonmembers, and $7.50 for students and military.
Saturday | Cabin Fever Weekends | The Toledo Zoo | 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Noses are red, ﬁngers are blue, get out of the house and enjoy weekends at the Zoo.
Bundle up to beat the winter blahs with half price admission and unique Zoo experiences, crafts, games and much more each Saturday, along with a full schedule of animal encounters, feeds and demonstrations each Sunday. All activities, except 02/23 fun run, included with Zoo admission.
Saturday | Polar Plunge Party Benefiting Autism Society of NW Ohio | Lava Wellness Spa | 3 - 7 p.m.
Lava Wellness Spa will be holding a unique event that is sure cure any Winter blues. See how long you can stay in the cold waters in Lava’s Polar Plunge Bath!
All proceeds of this event will be going to the Autism Society of Northwest Ohio. Admission for the contest is only $20, and the first 20 entries will get 50% off their next Lava Wellness Spa Amenity treatment!
Anyone who enters will get a FREE Fix-It Cream (a Lava favorite), and be entered for a chance to win some out of this world prizes! o
Saturday | Try It! Learn to Kayak | UT Recreation Center - Pool Session | 6 - 8 p.m.
Become a better, safer paddler with Metroparks Paddle Sports Classes. Explore valuable paddling safety topics, hone your skills and learn new strokes, or practice rescue situations in a safe environment.
Saturday | Toledo Walleye vs. Rapid City Rush | Huntington Center | 7:15 p.m.
There’s a pregame Mini-Mite Jamoboree. The Toledo Walleye will host a cross ice youth hockey jamboree event on Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27. The event is open to 24 total mini-mite and mite teams to promote the American Development Model’s Red, White, and Blue hockey initiative for 8-and-under players.
Saturday | Nazareth Hall 80s Party | 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I have so many leg warmers, but no place to wear them”? Stress no more, come on out to Nazareth Hall’s annual 80′s party. There’ll be entertainment provided by Decorative Sound and BookThatDJ.
There will also be a photo booth, music, ton of food, cash bar, and plenty of space on the dance floor! This event is open to the public.
All proceeds made from the event will be donated to Hope Renewed International and Champions in Action. o Call (419) 832-2900 or visit here.
Sunday, January 27
Sunday | Paws & Pucks: Toledo Walleye vs. Rapid City Rush | Huntington Center| 5:15 p.m.
The Walleye will host the first of two dog friendly night at the Huntington Center on Sunday, January 27.
Tickets for dog owners are $17 and furry companion are $5. 100% of the dog ticket proceeds will benefit local charities.
Fans with their dog are asked to enter the Huntington Center through the Madison Street entrance.
All dogs will receive a doggie prize and all dogs and owners will sit in the same sections.
Only one dog per adult is allowed and dogs must be on a six-foot (or less) leash (no retractable leashes are allowed.)
There will be special water stations, and designated restroom areas will be provided.