Gaining Momentum

. August 31, 2019.
Momentum, The Arts Commission’s three-day festival

by Erin Holden

Celebrate regional and international artists at Momentum, The Arts Commission’s three-day festival that explores the impact of the arts on downtown Toledo’s waterfront. This sensory experience includes musical performances, interactive art installations, the Toledo Mini Maker Faire, and much more for the whole family.

Begins at 5:30pm. Thursday, September 19. Ends at 10pm. Saturday, September 21.
Promenade Park, 250 Water St.
419-254-2787 | theartscommission.org

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