Metroparks outdoor concerts in Sylvania
Wildwood and Toledo Botanical Garden

The Toledo Metroparks is bringing live music to the great outdoors in Sylvania Township, at both Wildwood and Toledo Botanical Garden (TBG).  The Wildwood events are free, the TBG events do have a fee, see list below.

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Trivia Tidbits:  Toledo Botanical Garden became part of Metroparks Toledo in 2017.  Originally named Crosby Gardens when George Crosby left 20 acres for a nature preserve in his will in 1963, the park is situated on the Sylvania Township line (Elmer Road) and attracts over 150,000 visitors every year.


Noon Tunes
Wildwood Preserve, Manor House Gazebo, Noon
Bring a lawn chair and your lunch to Wildwood Preserve. Relax for an hour on the Manor House grounds as local musical artists provide entertainment for a fun summer memory in the parks. Sponsored by the Manor House Volunteers. Free. No reservations required. 

  • May 28 – Tim Oehlers

  • June 25 – Klashing Black

  • July 30 – Kerry Patrick Clark

  • August 27 – Backyard Muriel

Jazz In The Garden
Toledo Botanical Garden, Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.
Warm summer nights and cool jazz in the garden. This season, once again, features some of the best regional artists. We’ll have food trucks on site. Bring your friends/family and enjoy music in nature. Fee: $10. $5 for Members. No reservation required. Cash only at gate. Bring a chair/blanket. 

  • July 8 – Toledo Jazz Orchestra

  • July 15 – Chefs of Dixieland

  • July 22 – Kim Buehler & Friends

  • July 29 – Ramona Collins Quintet

  • August 5 – Gene Parker Quintet w/Lauren Smith

  • August 12 – Zen Zadravek Quartet

  • August 19 – Mike Lorenz Trio

  • August 26 – Travis Aukerman’s Spruce & Mahogany Trio

  • September 2 – Chris Buzzelli’s Quartet

  • September 9 – Maloney Quintet

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Trivia Tidbits:  Wildwood Preserve and The Manor House are within Sylvania Township, and surrounded by Sylvania Township/Sylvania Schools neighborhoods.  In 1975 the Metropolitan Park District of the Toledo Area purchased the 475-acre Stranahan Estate and Wildwood Preserve was created.  The location of the land purchased was listed as Sylvania Township at the time, but Toledo now lays claim to it.   It is the most visited of all the  Metroparks locations.  The park's own published history states that it is located in Sylvania Township, and for many years it was touted as a "Sylvania" park, but today Wildwood is known as a "Toledo" park, with the "Sylvania" label being dropped altogether. 

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