Blog It, Toledo: Glass City GooglingWritten by Lisa Renee Ward | | email@example.com
A recent e-mail asking me for a price on glass patio doors made me start to wonder, was someone really confused or was this some strange spam/scam? Curiosity drove me to my friend, Google, to discover what is out there when you use “Glass City” as a search term.
If you haven’t heard of the Glass City Opry then there is no time like the present to head over. There is not a blog, but there is plenty of information and podcasts so that you can listen to some of the Bluegrass music.
Own a Harley? Then becoming a Glass City Hog might be just the thing for you. All of the information on how you can join is on their website, where members enjoy group riding, lunch rides, overnight trips and other special events.
Perhaps there is no Harley in your garage but a Corvette, which could mean that the Glass City
Corvette Club could be the road you want to travel on. The club was formed in 1966, there’s lots more information including how to join and how to subscribe to their newsletter “The Fiber Fibber” on their website.
Then there is Stained Glass City where if you have ever wanted to learn how to make stained glass windows? This would be a great website to start from, shared there is many tips and quite a few links to get you started.
One of my favorite Glass City events is coming in March, Glass City Beer Fest where the cute little beer mouse icon will follow you all around the website. This year’s entertainment will be 56 Daze, I headed over to their website for a sneak listen.
Another great event coming in the next few months is the Glass City Marathon where the website shares all of the information including something new for this year, the half marathon. For those of you wanting more but not all…
Lastly, this caught my eye, Glass City Synchro, yes synchronized swimming! It’s here and it appears to be growing in interest from looking at the website. They have both a competitive and a non-competitive team.
As you can see whether it’s cars, motorcycles, drinking beer or even synchronized swimming, the Glass City has you covered. Remembering the days when she once wanted to be a synchronized swimmer, Lisa Renee Ward can be found on Glass City Jungle and by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.