Pajama Party Presented by Swaddler’sProMedica Ebeid Institute 1806 Madison Ave., Toledo, OH, United States
Hosted by Certified Community Health Workers Mary Peavy and Troy Mason. This will be a "Teachable Pajama Party" themed around ABCD Safe Sleep practices. For those attending please complete Safe Sleep Ambassador training prior to, receiving your Certificate of Completion
Salvation Army LuncheonThe Venues 540 S St Clair St, Toledo, OH
Live entertainment and lunch are provided. RSVP by May 11th to [email protected] or call 419-241-1138 ext 105.
Traffic Safety at Fifth Third FieldFifth Third Field 406 Washington St., Toledo, OH
Our Traffic Safety coordinator will be present to share driving safety information with visitors at the UT vs. BGSU baseball game. Click here to learn more about our Traffic Safety program.
Getting Healthy Zone Toledo Youth Summer ShowcaseJoe E. Brown Park 150 W Oakland St, Toledo, OH
Safety and education for families. More info to come!
Baby Block PartyFrederick Douglass Center 1001 Indiana Avenue, Toledo, OH, United States
Community organization resource tables, safe sleep demonstration, yoga, a panel to speak about infant mortality and ways to help mothers, a station for attendees to retrieve free baby items, and more.
Traffic Safety at the Mud HensFifth Third Field 406 Washington St., Toledo, OH
Our Traffic Safety Coordinator will be at the game to promote safe driving habits and educate on the dangers of impaired and distracted driving. Find more information on our Traffic Safety program here:
Board of Health MeetingHoly Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral 740 N Superior St, Toledo, OH
Regular meetings of the Lucas County Regional Board of Health are held on the 4th Thursday of every month at 8:30 AM.
Buckle Up, Batter UpFifth Third Field 406 Washington St., Toledo, OH
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department’s Safe Communities Coalition, along with community partners, is hosting a press event to raise awareness of the importance of seatbelt use. Seatbelts play an essential role in vehicle crashes. They have decreased the severity of