Centennial Saturday

We are Toledo. We are 100.

As part of our 100th anniversary at OLPH, we are celebrating our roots in Toledo. We are part of the community in Toledo and the Toledo community is also part of us. For that reason, we proudly present:
Centennial Saturday
We have invited several popular Toledo institutions to join us for the fun at no additional cost to festival patrons:

Live animals from the Toledo Zoo
1pm – 4pm

Activities by Imagination Station
1 – 4pm

Rocky and Rocksy
Mascots for the University of Toledo
1pm – 2pm

Spike and CatTrick
Mascots for the Toledo Walleye
2pm – 3pm

Muddy and Muddonna
Mascots for the Toledo Mud Hens
3pm – 4pm

Performances by Toledo Symphony Ensembles
1 – 3pm

Toledo’s own Extra Stout takes the stage for a variety of popular and folk music. Each year Extra Stout is always in high demand for huge St. Patrick’s Day events around Toledo due to their talent for playing a wide range of Irish folk music.
4 – 6pm

From 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm our 50-50 Raffle transforms into an exciting PRIZE MACHINE — the 50-50 Blitz! Along with the 50-50 raffle’s standard cash payout, we will also be drawing for the following prizes valued at $100!:
$100 CASH — Chairman’s Award
$100 Meijer Gift Card
$100 Gift Card for Home Slice Pizza
Toledo Summer Survival Kit: Includes gift cards for Tony Packo’s, Mano’s Greek Restaurant, Marco’s Pizza, the Toledo Zoo, and 4 vouchers for tickets to a Mud Hens game (Total value over $100!)
Drawing will take place at 7:45 pm. Need not be present to win.

Arctic Clam is Toledo’s premiere party rock band, led by singer Nicole Khoury. Nicole is a graduate of Bowsher High School and University of Toledo’s College of Law, and she now serves as a municipal judge in the City of Toledo. She also serves the community through her Project I Am foundation that runs the annual Acoustics for Autism event. We are very PROUD to have Arctic Clam representing Toledo for the evening segment of our Centennial Saturday celebration!
8pm – Midnight

Throughout the weekend we will be serving hot, fresh Marco’s Pizza in the large red and white tent. The very first Marco’s store was opened in Oregon, Ohio by Italian immigrant Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco in 1978. Today, Marco’s Pizza’s international headquarters are located in Toledo and there are more than 800 franchised Marco’s Pizza locations in 34 U.S. states and Puerto Rico as well as the Bahamas, and India. We are proud to welcome Marco’s to our 100th anniversary celebration!

For thirty years Manos Greek Restaurant has been the “go to” restaurant for authentic Greek cuisine in Toledo, Ohio on Adams Street. Mano’s has also been a popular food item at the OLPH festival for many years. We are proud to welcome Mano’s back again for our 100th anniversary celebration! OPA!

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