Things to do in downtown Toledo in January
It's cold outside, but with all the fun happening inside, you won't even notice! Downtown is a hotbed of activity throughout the year and January is no exception. We've got plenty of large events to keep you busy all month long.
Cheer on the Toledo Walleye at one of their six home games this season. Notable promotions: Paws and Pucks (1/9), Postgame Open Skate (1/9, 23), Josh Kestner MVP Bobblehead Giveaway (1/21), First Responder Face Off Game (1/30).
Walleye Games: January 9, 15, 21, 23, 29, 30
Country music legend, Reba, is set to take the stage this month after a delay. Please note that tickets with the dates of March 28, July 17, 2020 and August 7, 2021, will be honored at the show.
Reba: January 20
The country music continues with Cody Johnson, Easton Corbin and Ian Munsick.
Cody Johnson: January 22
The Huntington Center is ready to rumble when wrestling comes to town. See the Fatal Four Way match for the WWE Championship between Big E, Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins and Bobby Lashley and the RAW Women’s Championship between Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair.
WWE Monday Night Raw: January 24
Check out new films at the Imagination Station’s KeyBank Discovery Theater. See Tiny Giants 3D and Mountain Adventure: Out of Bounds on the 58-foot wide screen.
Films play every 30 minutes.
SeaGate Convention Center
Dance the night away to music from the 80s and early 90s all to benefit Veterans Matter.
Denny Shaffer Winter Dance Party: January 21
Get everything you need for the best roadtrip ever. The weekend-long event will have all your needs covered.
NW Ohio Camp & Travel RV Show: January 28-30
Toledo Museum of Art
The world-renowned Toledo Museum of Art has a strong showing of unique exhibits this month. Check out:
The Age of Armor: Treasures from the Higgins Armory Collection at the Worcester Art Museum (open through February 27)
Stan Douglas: Doppelgänger (open through May 15)
Chameleon Effects: Glass (Un)Defined (open through March 27)
Out of the Dark: A Historic Journey (open through June 19)
The Valentine’s Broadway season continues with the Choir of Man. This show is known as “the ultimate-feel good show.”
Choir of Man: Jan. 21
See St. Ursula Academy’s version of Annie to close out your January. Performances are scheduled for the whole weekend.
St. Ursula Academy Spring Musical | Annie: Jan. 27-30