The Mounds Of Fort Miamis
April, 12 2 p.m. at Fort Miamis
Ever wondered what those mounds are at Fort Miamis? Are they natural or man-made? Join a Metroparks historian on a walk through Fort Miamis to discuss what archeological surveys and historic documents have revealed about the site. Bring a picnic and stick around after the walk to take in the surroundings of this beautiful and important historical site. The program is free however the Metroparks ask that you call and reserve a spot on line at http://www.metroparkstoledo.com/ on by calling 419 407 9700
Historic Monclova Pioneer Day!
April 18 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Monclova Community Center free, family friendly event. We will be on hand to talk about the Battle of Fallen Timbers and Fort Miamis.
Exploring the Maumee Scenic Byway
May 5, 7 p.m. Lamb Center at Sidecut Metropark
The Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor will hold a public meeting to discuss the Maumee River Valley Scenic Byway Program and answer any questions as guests of the FTBPC.
Remembering the Fallen
Memorial Day May 25 at 1 p.m. at the Fallen Timbers Monument.
Join us in a Memorial tribute and wreath laying ceremony in honor of the fallen at the Fallen Timbers Monument.
Fallen Timbers Battlefield Walk
June ,5 5:30 p.m. at Side Cut Metropark
Register Enjoy an educational and inspiring four-mile walk across the Fallen Timbers Battlefield with the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Commission. Discover the path of Anthony Wayne’s Legion and the details of the this important battle.
The program is free however the Metroparks ask that you call and reserve a spot on line at http://www.metroparkstoledo.com/ on by calling 419 407 9700
Maumee Summer Fair
October 3, location to be announced