To be held in conjunction with the Toledo Farmers Market and the T-T Area Chamber of Commerce BBQ Cook-Off contest, the celebration is centered around the vintage 1949 stoplight at Broadway and High.
There’s live music on the bandstand featuring “Four Happy Chaps” followed by “Mr. Baber’s Neighbors: The Solar String Band.”
For young people the “Bouncy Castle, Sandhill Nickel Scramble and Toledo Fire Department kids water fights are planned.
The popular BBQ contest invites the public to judge the delicious offerings of the contestants.
The Farmers Market always has a big array of locally-grown produce, homemade baked goods and craft items.
Originally built by Bill Turbett Masonry and wired by Mike Striley, the stoplight base was reconstructed recently by Kevin Turbett Masonry.
T-shirts are on sale commemorating the 1st annual Toledo Stoplight festival set for Friday, July 9 on the Tama County Courthouse square. Festival co-chairs (l-r) Travis Mullen, Mike Gilchrist and Brian Sokol display the shirts which can be purchased at The State Bank of Toledo main bank and south locations.
TO GO INFO:
What:1st Annual Toledo Stoplight Festival
When:Friday, July 9- 5-8 p.m.
Where:Tama County Courthouse square,downtown Toledo