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We're a Stop on the Art Loop! 

Every third Thursday of the month

April - December
5 - 8pm

The Loop is Toledo’s signature monthly arts experience. Explore the downtown creative community through self-guided tours of the art, artists and spaces that inspire a vibrant Toledo. The Loop is a program of The Arts Commission, presented in partnership with the artists and participating venues who make it possible. Join us for a night of fun, science and creativity! 

Add a bit of science to your Art Loop! We'll have free hands-on activities and demonstrations at our front door each month.  Just hop on the Blue Line to drop in!

April 18 - Poetry and Performance
Just in time for Earth Day, upcycle your droopy socks into a new toy! Make your own sock puppet, then craft a story and put a on a show! BYOS (Bring Your Own Sock) - or use provided supplies. 

May 16 - Craft and Culinary
Complete your workout and enjoy a tasty treat with a spin on the blender bike, then make a sushi magnet to decorate your refrigerator.

June 20 - Art of Sport
Make a game of choosing which sport to play! Fold and crease paper to construct activity cubes, then roll the dice to determine your game or physical activity. 

July  18 - Interactive
Our super-amazing solution makes the biggest, best and longest-lasting bubbles. Pop in for a great time!

August 15 - Art of Automobiles
Build the freshest ride on the block with just a handful of mints and some simple materials, then take it for a spin around the rest of the Art Loop.

September 19 - Dancin' in the Streets
Do the jitterbug! Make a jitter critter that will dance and shake its way around the dance floor.

October 17 - Haunted Harvest

Get ready for the spooky season with special effects make up that will transform you into a zombie.

November 21 - Jazz Loop
Experiment with different tones and pitches as you make a simple oboe and learn about the theremin, an instrument that you play without touching! 

December 19 - Light Up! Toledo
Explore electricity and light up the town as you use electrical input and output blocks to make circuits.

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Click over to the Arts Commission for full details. 

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