Tour historic ?Old West End? homes this weekend

TOLEDO ? The Historic Old West End Festival and Home Tours will be held Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
The festival will feature a juried art show with over 25 artists, historic home tours, garage and lawn
sales, entertainment and children?s activities. Kicking off the festival Saturday at 10 a.m. is the
?King Wamba? parade featuring art cards, bands and marching units.
Tours include the Tillinghast-Willys house, 2210 Robinwood Ave., the Pratt-Coates house, 2273 Robinwood
Ave., the Jacobson-Rowney-Carlton house, 2447 Scottwood Ave., the Pierce-Anderson-Carrizales house, 535
Tennyson Place, the Reynolds-Secor house, mansion view, 2035 Collingwood Blvd, Glenwood Lutheran Church,
2545 Monroe St., and the Welles-Butler house, 2445 Scottwood Ave.
These buildings represent some of the finest in restoration in his neighborhood, which is just north of
the Toledo Museum of Art.
Cost of a complete tour is $12 for adults, and free for children ages 6 and under. A $2 discount is
available during festival hours on the full-ticket price for bring four cans of food which will be
donated to ?Feed Your Neighbor.?
Saturday?s events include a classic car show at Toledo Spain Park, located across from the historic Park
Lane Hotel. ?The Day of the Classics: A Gathering of the Elegant Automobiles? will include Rolls Royce,
Packard, Duisenberg, Jaguar and Cadillac cars from the past.
Parking is available at the museum and area churches.
For more information visit www.toledooldwestend.com.