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Episode 18 of the Toledo Matters Podcast
– Brian Kennedy, Director of the Toledo Museum of Art
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With Bob Tucker, Danny Woodcock, & Nathan Lewis
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Fun things in the 419

Thursday, tonight:

  • 5pm The Andersons is hosting a Wine Tasting event. Buy your groceries and sample wines at $1 a taste.
  • Luke Bryan (SOLD OUT) will be at the Huntington Center with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch

Friday:

  • The cast of Impractical Jokers from TruTV will be at the Stranahan Theatre @ 7 & 10pm with their comedy troupe – the Tenderloins. If you haven’t seen this show yet, these guys are hilarious!

Saturday:

  • Downtown Fresh Market in the morning! See you there! Don’t take all the good donuts…….
  • Second City will be performing their Comedy Series at the Valentine Theatre
  • Okay this one is special to me. The University of Toledo’s Dance Marathon, ROCKETHON, is a 13 hour dance-a-thon benefitting our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Mercy St. Vincent. Every year we raise OVER $100,000 For The Kids, and this year is no different. With some community support and a lot of support from the University, the incredibly talent team of student volunteers have already put on a plethora of events for the miracle kids and miracle families alike, leading up to Saturdays event. If you feel so inclined to help out the amazing cause, head over to RockeTHON.org or check my twitter bio for a donate link (@danielrwoodcock…#shamelessplug)

Next week:

  • Toledo Beer week, all around town! Checkout their Facebook page for more info on that
  • and on Thursday (4/21) check out ProMedica Wildwood Campus and the offices of Promedica Innovations.

 

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Today’s Guests:
*** Brian Kennedy ***
* President, Director, and CEO of the Toledo Museum of Art
* Former Director of Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum of Art
* Trustee and Treasurer of the Association of Art Museum Directors
* Peer reviewer for the American Association of Museums

 

Favorite hidden gems: Grand Rapids, Rutherford B. Hayes center in Fremont, Birdwatching, especially the Warblers.