Title: 100 Things to Do in Toledo Before You Die
Author: Tedd Long
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
From a hip urban downtown overflowing with arts and culture, to exciting activities and must-visit spots surrounding the city’s core, the Toledo region is a wonderful metropolis waiting to be discovered.
Near western Lake Erie’s Maumee Bay, you’ll find a world-class art museum and zoo, a thriving arts scene, and a remarkable choice of outdoor activities. And with 100 Things to Do in Toledo Before You Die as your guide, you’ll discover all the exciting places and events that make Toledo a vibrant city.
Outdoor enthusiasts can explore miles of trails in the Metroparks Toledo parks. Water sports abound, such as boating or fishing on Lake Erie or kayaking on the mighty Maumee River. Feeling festive? Mark your calendar for the many family-friendly ethnic festivals Toledo has to offer. Craving a taste of Toledo? Make reservations at the restaurants and bars included in these pages. Plus, in addition to great ideas for your next Toledo adventure, this book offers insider tips to make every experience even better.
Whether you’re new to the Glass City and interested in becoming a certified Toledoan or just exploring how to spend your next Saturday afternoon around town, this book is for you! Local author and master storyteller Tedd Long’s unique appreciation for the city comes through on every page, and even longtime residents will find something new to do among his suggestions.
13abc’s James Starks and local historian Tedd Long explore a historic arts space, the Toledo Repertoire Theatre in this week’s Finds in the 419.
Toledo is called the Glass City for good reason. 13abc’s James Starks and local historian Tedd Long explore the city’s roots by visiting Gathered Glassblowing Studio on Huron St.
With ‘100 Things To Do in Toledo Before You Die,’ Long shines an appreciate light on area – The Blade
Tedd Long doesn’t consider himself a historian. He doesn't have any degrees in the field, and he works as the chief operation officer of a national consulting firm. But between curating holytoledohistory.com and giving local history tours, he's developed a reputation that