Toledo is having several events August 2 and 3 that sound like fun. Events include a hometown quilt and fiber arts show, an antique street fair, and a classic car show.
The quilt show, which began in 2002, features the work of local quilters and this year is also including fiber arts in their displays. The quilt show includes a "People's Choice" award and a quilt raffle. The event is held in Toledo City Hall on Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.– 4 P.M. There is no admission charge.
The Toledo Antique Street Fair and Classic Car Show happens on Sunday. From 8 A.M. – 4 P.M., half of Main Street is transformed into a pedestrian mall, including booths with antiques, crafts, and food. The other side of the street proudly displays classic cars. Car owners wishing to enter the show, please call 541-336-3183. Also, expect live folk and cowboy music. One block off Main Street, the Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society is offering rides on some of their restored equipment. (541-336-2247 x 215)
Oregon Coast Magazine July/August 2008