The culinary staff at Super Suppers strives to breathe life back into the American tradition of sitting down to a home-cooked meal. The handcrafted take ‘n’ bake items, which include entrees, sides, appetizers, and desserts, conveniently last in freezers for up to three months or until evicted to make room for hibernating snowmen. Ready-to-heat basil pork chops with caesar penne or bacon-wrapped chicken breasts with cream cheese save time on prep, and a variety of gluten-free, dairy-free, and heart-healthy items offer tasty meals that meet all sorts of dietary restrictions. Instructors also supply ingredients, gear, and know-how during Kids in the Kitchen and Taste of Super Suppers classes that teach participants how to create simple and tasty meals at home.
The Perrysburg Area Arts Council is a non-profit organization serving the Perrysburg area since 1989. The PAAC presents free and low cost cultural arts events and programs throughout the year, including concerts, theatre, exhibits, festivals and arts camps. Join us in keeping the arts alive in Perrysburg!
The spotlight can be a lonely place. But the accomplished instructors have been there before, acting in venues across the country. Now, they use this professional industry experience to inspire fledgling performers to step fearlessly into the light. With workshops, group classes, and private lessons, students from age 7 to 18 can bolster their stage confidence, audition techniques, and Elizabethan fluency. They can also increase their musicality with the studio's private instrument lessons. Next Stage Studios also organizes the Broadway Bound summer day camp, where workshops with coaches and local celebrities culminate in a revue-style showcase.
Posh Dollz Parties’ mobile shindigs bring Hollywood glamor to kids living outside of southern California's sun-drenched borders. On-site party experts transform hosts’ homes into venues for themed celebrations such as Posh Runway or Posh Spa Parties. During these 90-minute soirees, the party experts brighten faces with kid-friendly facials, oversee karaoke concerts, or polish nails during mini manicures. Glamorous extras round out the proceedings, such as photo shoots with props or chocolate fountains, which are ideal for snacking on or bathing pet pigs in.
The Wolcott House Museum Complex guided tours whisk 21st century whippersnappers back to the 1800s to discover Maumee Valley pioneer life. The complex consists of seven historical buildings anchored around the Wolcott House, home of local businessman James Wolcott. Outside the Gilbert-Flanigan house, lessons about early farm life and architecture slip endlessly off the sloping roof of this “Ohio saltbox” style home. The Monclova Country Church, built at the turn of the century, was once filled with the sermons of Milton Wright, the father of Orville and Wilbur of flying fame. The Clover Leaf Depot served the Toledo and Grand Rapids Railroad and includes a telegraph room that connected residents to the rest of the world before Alexander Graham Bell invented the steam-powered Internet. Get schooled inside a pre–Civil War schoolhouse that is still complete with a period teacher’s desk, chalkboard, and some metal-ruler snap bracelets.