City of Toledo’s free summer Jazz in the Park Series begins this week
The series is part of a series of summer youth programs provided by the city.
TOLEDO, Ohio — The city of Toledo’s free, family-friendly Jazz in the Park Series, which is part of the city’s summer youth programming, begins this Thursday, June 10, at Glenwood Park, at the corner of Nesslewood and Robinwood avenues.
Students from Toledo School for the Arts will perform for residents in smaller neighborhood parks for the jazz series. Smaller parks were selected to encourage use and neighbor interaction. The TSA students, as part of funding support from the City of Toledo, will receive job training and performance opportunities. The students will be compensated for their time as part of the city’s summer youth employment program. Special guests will join the students for the performances.
All of the Jazz in the Park shows will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., weather permitting. The other shows scheduled this summer are:
- June 17, Floxglove Park
- June 24, Birmingham Park
- July 1, Oakdale Park
- July 2, Asbury Park
- July 8, Copeland Park
- July 15, Drummond Woods Park
- July 29, Friendship Park
- Aug. 5, Sleepy Hollow Park
- Aug. 12, Junction Park