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Please join the Sight Center of Northwest Ohio at the following exceptional events.

Upcoming Events

 

Canes, Brains and AutomobilesCANES, BRAINS & AUTOMOBILES 2017  Canes, Brains & Automobiles Road Rally & Awareness Games (formerly known as The White Cane Walk) will take place the morning of Saturday, September 16 at The Sight Center. Join the Rally. Enter the Games. Save the Date.

 

Past Events

The Sight Center Golf Scramble THE SIGHT CENTER OPEN GOLF SCRAMBLE Drive, chip and putt your way to prizes and bragging rights at The Sight Center Open on Wednesday, July 12 at Whiteford Valley Golf Course.

The Sight Center 10th Anniversary10TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE & BUILDING RE-DEDICATION In 2007 The Sight Center took a big step into a new building in South Toledo.  Help us celebrate ten years here on Wednesday, May 24 from 4-6 PM.

Guide Dog FoundationINTERACTIVE GUIDE DOG PROGRAM Learn about the unique benefits and responsibilities of working and living with a guide dog on Friday, May 19 from 9 AM to 12 PM. Presented by the Guide Dog Foundation.

The Eyevent EYEVENT SIGNATURE GALA 2017 The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio’s 6th Annual EyEvent Signature Gala was held for Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 6 PM at The Pinnacle in Toledo.

 

Walleye Jersey Night

WALLEYE JERSEY NIGHT FUNDRAISER  The Sight Center was selected by the Toledo Walleye as the nonprofit partner for the February 4 Jersey Night fundraiser, which included a record-setting high bid on a jersey!

 

EYE-CEE CONTINUING EDUCATION EVENT 2016 The Sight Center presented a day of continuing education for eye care professionals on Saturday, December 3 at Toledo Hospital.

Giving Tuesday

 #GIVING TUESDAY NWO 2016  The Sight Center participated in Giving Tuesday on November 29, 2016. During this national day of charitable giving, people are encouraged to give to groups in their communities that they feel are important and do good work.

tech-expo-ipad-imageASSISTIVE TECH EXPO 2016  The Assistive Technology Expo was presented to demonstrate how technology can empower independence and enrich the lives of people who have little or no sight.