- High Temps To Continue Through Weekend
- Keeping Cool: Gallery 505 Open House, Library Book & Bake Sale, Senior Center
- Recap: Toledo Thursday Market Adds 2 New Vendors
- Cheese Days Toledo: Legend Of Bigfoot
- Looking Ahead: City Council Meeting Monday
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
US National Weather Service Portland Oregon shared a poignant video that gets the message across quite clearly while still being G-Rated, saying: It doesn't take long for a car to heat up. Even if you're just running inside for a "quick second," don't leave children or pets in the car on a warm day. Link here.
Keeping Your Cool:
Gallery 505 kicks off their July exhibit: TOLEDO MADE Friday 4 - 8 PM. These open house events are not to be missed. (And it’s nice & cool inside!)
Toledo Senior Center has air conditioning and a more modest selection of paperbacks. Regular hours 9 AM - 3 PM Friday.
Open 7 AM Saturday for breakfast, then again after the parade for light refreshments.
Don’t forget to check out the Silent Auction while you’re there. One of the items is a cooling tower fan!
Toledo Community Library offers relief from soaring temps plus your next favorite read and a great kids section. Hosting one of their locally famous Book & Bake Sales Saturday. Best selection for early shoppers. Open 10 AM - 5 PM.
Toledo Thursday Market recap: River House Bakeshop hosted their grand business opening at our Cheese Days Market, and Proprietor Carol Berch quickly sold most most of her wares. She plans to return weekly and expand her initial selection. Drop a note on her Facebook page if you have a special request, or email her: firstname.lastname@example.org.