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Free Movie Day for Seniors
Kingston Residence of Perrysburg will show “The Notebook” at 2 p.m. on June 3 at the Maumee Indoor Theatre. Doors will open at 1 p.m. RSVP by calling Kingston of Perrysburg at (419) 872-6200.
Open call for artists and performers
Visual/fine artists, musicians, dancers and poets are invited to audition for the Artists on the River Festival’s Performance in the Pond, which is scheduled for Labor Day weekend.
For information, call Carol at (419) 324-4705.
King Wamba Parade
King Wamba and his bride will once again parade through Toledo in celebration of the Old West End Festival, this year on June 7. The parade will feature Dustin and Jemma Hostetler as the king and queen, the Glass City Roller Derby Girls, local bands, floats, creatively decorated art cars, costumed performers and visual and performance artists. A special coronation ceremony will be presented by the Toledo Symphony Orchestra and Mayor Carty Finkbeiner at noon. The parade is set to begin 10 a.m. Visit www.kingwamba.com for more information.