Why is it called the Birmingham Ethnic Festival?
The Festival began in 1974 to celebrate all things Birmingham (the neighborhood in which the Festival takes place on the east side of Toledo, Ohio). The Festival strives to showcase not only the ethnic makeup of the neighborhood, but the surrounding area).
Is there parking available?
Parking is available at the lot off of Front Street on the right prior to Consaul Street. Street parking is also available throughout the neighborhood.
Is there a fee to enter the Festival?
The Birmingham Ethnic Festival has always been free and open to the public.
Can I get involved?
Yes! We’re always happy to welcome new insight in the Birmingham Ethnic Festival Committee! We typically meet on the third Thursday of the month, at 7PM, at the Hungarian Club of Toledo – 224 Paine Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43605. Contact us here, on Facebook, or via email for more information.
Have any other questions?
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