The University of Toledo Urban Affairs Center and the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library have again planned a series of walking tours of downtown Toledo to help educate Toledoans about its own rich history and culture. The tours take place, rain or shine, every Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. beginning July 10 and offer participants a free copy of the award winning Discover Downtown Walking Tour Guidebook.
Also, as a reminder, parking is free Downtown between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
July 10 - Fort Industry Square (Meet at Jefferson & Summit by the historic plaque)
July 17 - Historic Church of St. Patrick (Meet at 130 Avondale at 13th)
July 24 - Panoramic Toledo (Meet on the east side of the river at the Docks by the Navy Bistro Restaurant)
July 31 - Martin Luther King Plaza (Meet inside Central Union Terminal on the upper level)
Aug. 7 - Wall Street of Toledo (Meet at Madison & Huron)
Aug. 14 - View from the Rooftop (Meet at the corner of Madison & Michigan near the Main Library)
Aug. 21 - Halls of Justice-Civic Center Mall (Meet at McKinley Statue at Courthouse on Adams)
Aug. 28 - Avenue of the Arts (Meet at the Professional Building at Monroe and Parkwood)
Sept. 4 - Meet Me at The Oliver House (Meet at the plaza entrance to the Maumee Bay Brewing Company)
Sept. 11 - Extreme Makeover- The Casey Pomeroy House (meet at 802 Huron)
Sept. 18 - Pop Flies in the Warehouse District (Meet at main entrance to Fifth Third Field at Huron and Washington)
For more information, contact Pam Crabtree, project coordinator at the UT Urban Affairs Center at 419.530.3591 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Irene Martin, special tour coordinator at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library at 419.259.5234 or email@example.com.