As Cheese Days 2014 draws near I mark progress in Toledo's rise from the ashes of the Christmas Day fire 2010. Other towns might not survive the aftershock. It's not the first time.
Vision:Toledo posted their first report of a pulse in February 2011. My arrival in March marked a new start for me as well. From locally grown libations and comestibles to the art scene, recovering and emerging businesses, Toledo has the heart of a champion. Both of us appear to be making progress with support from our community. Thank you. Visit www.visiontoledo.org/welcome for calendar and review of recent events. Also see www.hometowndebate.com for Town Crier online.
Wednesday ARTrails meets 6:30 p.m. at The MAC. Visit www.morganartscentre.com or call (360) 864-4ART.
Thursday Toledo School Board Meeting 7 p.m. at the Middle School. For agenda visit www.toledo.k12.wa.us/ Those needing special accommodations may contact (360) 864-6325.
Monday Toledo Historical Society meets 4 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church. Contact Anita Emil, (360) 864-8566.
June 24 vision:Toledo's Arts, Rec and Events meets 6:30 p.m. at The MAC. Visit www.morganartscentre.com or call (360) 864-4ART.
It's not too early to sign your kids up for Camp Picasso. Blue Period July 14-17, Rose Period July 21-24 at the Morgan Arts Centre. Visit www.morganartscentre.com or call (360) 864-4ART.
Gallery 505 features Clay Works Thursday – Sunday through July 6 (closed July 3-4). Visit www.artgallery505.com or call (360) 864-2789.
2014 Cheese Days July 10-13, followed soon after by Riverfest and Steelhead Derby July 26, then the Fifteenth Annual Pow Wow held at the High School September 20.
Toledo New Life Assembly regularly-scheduled Wednesday Night Dinners resume at church, 420 Silver St. Contact office, (360) 864-4366.
Riverview Foodmart and Deli carries WSFW fishing licenses, 1-day, 3-day and annual, cash or check (ATM onsite). Boat launch passes $5/day or $40/annual. Contact email@example.com or (360) 864-2121.