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•July 12, 13

Kaleidoscope of Quilts Tam-O-Shanter 7060 W. Sylvania Quilters display artistic designs for show and judging.Visit for times each day.

•July 13

Outdoor Family Movie Night. 6 pm Promenade Park 400 Water St. Entertainment, food trucks, and more! Lego Movie 2 starts at 7:30 p.m. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. ProMedica’s family movie nights, presented by Paramount Advantage, is in collaboration with Buckeye Broadband.

• July 14, 28

‘Christianity & the War of 1812,’ 1-2 pm The Battlefield’s Visitor Center 1403 E. Elm Ave., Monroe, Mich. Attend this ranger-led program at River Raisin National Battlefield Park to learn about the relationship between the War of 1812, Battle of the River Raisin and American religion. . No reservation required.

•July 15

Challenger Learning Center's Engineering Challenge, 3-4 pm Sylvania Library Kids age 5-10 can join the Interactive Science Specialists of the Challenger Learning Center to learn the basics of engineering and work toward solving a problem. •A Trip to Remember with a 10 Year Old and Two 80 Year Olds, 78 pm Sylvania Library German, Austrian and Danish tourist attractions, historic sites, and visits with relatives make for a trip to remember for travelers of all ages. Presented by Judy Pfaffenberger.

•July 15, 22, 29

Learn to Knit, 1:30-3 pm King Road Library An opportunity to learn basic stitching, how to decipher patterns and start your own knitting project. 18+. Registration required.

•July 16

LEGO Challenge: Disaster Island, 3-4 pm King Road Library Imagine being stranded on an island far, far away and then a disaster strikes! It’s the Library LEGO Challenge! What will you build? Ages 13-18.

•July 16

Metroparks Toledo Presents: Toledo War, 7-8 pm Sylvania Library Did you know a war was fought over Toledo? Whether you cheer for Ohio State, Michigan or neither, the origin of this rivalry might surprise you. Adults can learn the strange his-

tory of the Toledo War.

•July 17

Hip Hop Dance, 1-2 pm Sylvania Library Learn the latest moves in a super fun and energizing way with choreographer Michael Polk! Develop an understanding of rhythm, body awareness and self-expression. Ages 10-13. •Aromatherapy, 1-2 pm The Victory Center 5532 W. Central Ave., Suite B Discuss the special ways that essential oils can be used for everyday health and wellness. This program is free to people with a cancer diagnosis and is sponsored by ProMedica Cancer Institute. Aromatherapy takes place the first and third Wednesday of each month. Call the Victory Center at 419531-7600 for details. •Scale Down Seminar, 5 -6 p.m. ProMedica Health and Wellness Center 5700 Monroe St. Are you ready to diet differently? ProMedica’s Scale Down Weight Management Program is easy-to-follow. This supplemental diet plan helps you lose weight safely with a long-term maintenance program to keep the weight off. The seminar is free but registration is required. To register, call 855-251-8615 or email

•July 18

Supercharged Storytime, 10-11 am King Road Library Supercharged storytime with games, fun activities and books. Ages 0-5. •Code IT Club, 3:30-4:30 pm King Road Library Make friends while learning about coding! Ages 10-13. •Drumming with JP Dynasty, 4-5 pm King Road Library Feel the beat of African drumming with JP Dynasty. Build skills like sharing, responsibility and teamwork through jamming together. Ages 10-13. •CPR Class, 6-9 pm Sylvania Area Family Services 5440 Marshall To register, call 419-882-8415. Donations accepted.

•July 19

Yoga Under the Stars, 8:30 pm Sylvan Prairie Park, South Lot Residents $12 per class; non residents $15 per class. Those 16 and older can enjoy an hour of yoga with Angela Zaborowski and stay for the star party. •Make and Take, 1-3 pm All Good Things 6832 Convent 419-824-3749 Make and take memory wire bracelet. $10. RSVP

•ProMedica Summer Concert 6:15 pm Killer Queen (An international tribute band) Promenade Park 400 Water St. Tickets are $15 presale or $20 the day of the show. Super fans may purchase VIP tickets for entry closer to the stage for $45. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster and

•July 20

Moon Art, 2-3 pm King Road Library Make lunar art with puffy paint, then create and enjoy a delicious space treat. •Lifeline Screenings American Legion 5580 Centennial Health screenings. Pre-registration required. Call 877-232-1287.

•July 20-21

Trillium Challenge Centennial Terrace Womens only triathlon

•July 22

Zepf Center’s Christmas in July Golf Outing, 11 am Toledo Country Club 3749 River Rd. The outing will raise money for families who depend on the Zepf Center for holiday household baskets, toys, winter clothing and shoes. •ADA Zoo Day Toledo Zoo An annual community event to celebrate the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act Free zoo admission for Lucas County residents until noon.

•July 22, 29

Learn to Knit, 1:30-3 pm King Road Library This is your chance to learn how to knit! You''ll learn basic stitches, how to decipher a patterns and start a knitting project.

•July 23

Moon Landing Party, 3-4 pm King Road Library Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing with a groovy Moon Party. Blast off with out-of-this-world activities, games, snacks and more. Ages 5-10.

•July 23-25

Dana Junior Golf Open Sylvania Country Club Come see the up-and-coming junior golfers before they are pros. Free.

•July 24

Imagination Station STARLAB® 2-3 pm Sylvania Library Kids age 5-10 can be amazed inside this portable planetarium. STARLAB® lets you study the night sky without leaving the Library. Gain a new understanding of stars in our galaxy. •Regenerative Medicine Seminar. 6-8 pm ProMedica Flower Hospital Conference Center Do you suffer from joint pain or non-healing fractures? Regenerative medicine procedures use your own stem cells and platelets to encourage your body’s natural healing abilities to restore function and relieve pain. ProMedica’s board-certified physicians have received extensive training in these non-surgical procedures that treat common injuries and degenerative orthopaedic conditions in the knee, hand, hip, back, ankle and shoulder. Free seminar. Registration is required.Visit or call 419-578-7515.

•July 25

Stroke Support Group, 4-5:30 pm ProMedica Flower Hospital This free, monthly support group is for stroke survivors and their caregivers. Scheduled speakers and topics vary each month and are related to stroke survival. For more information, contact 419-291-7537 or

Sylvania Branch Library Recurring Events 6749 Monroe St., Sylvania, Ohio

Days Mondays

Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays

Program Preschool Storytime Code IT Club Family Storytime Babytime Family Storytime Toddler Storytime Teen Gamers Guild Cricut Creations Library Playdate

Time 2-2:45 pm 4-5 pm 10-10:45 am 10-10:30 am 11-11:30 am 10-10:30 am 3-5 pm 6:30-8 pm 10-10:45 am

King Road Branch Library Recurring Events 3900 King Rd., Sylvania, Ohio

Days Mondays Tuesdays

Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays


Program Family Storytime Babytime Toddler Storytime Code IT Jr. Homeschool Hour Let’s Talk! Storytime Playdate Code IT Club Sit, Stay, Read Minecraft Meetup

Time 4-4:30 pm 10-10:30 am 11-11:30 am 4:15-5:15 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 6-7 pm 6-7 pm 4:15-5:15 pm 7-8 pm 3:45-4:45 pm

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We believe a positive outlook is power against the barrage of negativity all around us and makes for upbeat living while offering cohesive s...