Signature Events

Wild Game Dinner

Members start with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on the first floor with vendor displays in the Centennial and Red Rooms, then move to the Main Dining Room for dinner with an extensive assortment of wild game dishes. Chef Michael Rosendaul has fixed alligator sausage, python tempura, kangaroo, pheasant, buffalo, wild boar, venison, and much more. (Usually in February)

    Bear Sliders  


Toledo Squash Classic

Our regional Squash event of the year is held in early March and brings players from around the Midwest and Canada. The tournament starts on Friday and ends Sunday morning, followed by a Brunch. To entertain our guests from out of town, we hold our Spring Fling Dance on Saturday with a live band. A way to break the winter blues, everyone gets out their Hawaiian shirts, sandals, shorts, hats, and sunglasses. (end of Feb/early March)


Spring Fling (Dance)

To entertain all our out of town guests who are supporting our Toledo Squash Classic Tournament, the Club is hosting a great party to beat the winter blues. Everyone wears their Hawaian shirts, shorts, summer dresses, hats and sunglasses and dance to the sound of a live band.

Boxing Night

This event is rooted deep in the Club’s history. The Toledo Club can easily trace this tradition back to the turn of the 20th Century. Back then, most city clubs around the country promoted boxing events. The stately Centennial Room, with its oak-paneled walls and elegant chandelier, makes a spectacular setting. The elevated ring, which rises four and half feet above floor level and measures 24 by 24 feet, takes up almost a third of the room. The fight card is organized by the Toledo Branch of the International Boxing Association.  We have contestants from Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. The word has spread about The Toledo Club’s hospitality and setup, and the association gets a lot of calls from other clubs trying to get involved. Proceeds from the event are donated to the local association which helps kids get involved in after school programs.


Party In The Parking Lot (PPL) 

This annual event dates back to 1987. It’s open to the Toledo community. Two live bands perform outside, a jazz band in the Red Room. Chef Mike has all the “summer fair” party food on hands. Proceeds go to a local charity.
Armed Services Dinner:  This appreciation dinner for the people of Toledo, serving in the various branches of military service, takes place in November. This event relies on our members’ generosity who sponsor over 50 military personnel and their guests each year. It starts with a clergyman giving the invocation, then each member of the Military Dinner Committee takes a branch of service and introduces their guests. There is also a color guard provided by the Marine Corps. Followed by a nice dinner. Members can attend and/or sponsor. 



President's Dinner

Every year, the President of The Toledo Club’s Board of Directors invites members to a formal dinner in the Main    Dining Room. This is the Club’s annual fundraiser where proceeds benefit a new project in the Club. Chef Michael prepares an exquisite seven course dinner. Each year, an honored guest is invited to speak. The photo on the left re-creates the annual “Men’s Dinner” from a 1931 photo, displayed in the second floor hallway, near the business center.

Halloween Party

Our lively Halloween Committee put together a really fun party. It takes place on the first floor. A live band plays in the Centennial Room and members of all ages are having a great evening.

Armed Services Dinner

Our Annual Armed Services Dinner honors members in the United States Army, the Marine Corps, the Air Force, the Navy, the Coast Guard and the Gold Star Wifes of Toledo.
It starts with a coktail reception, a Bugle Mess Call to the Dining Room. The Presentation of Colors is done by the University ROTC Color Guards,. After the National Anthem, a ceremony is performed for the POW/MIA personel and Military Personnel are introduced. It is followed by a dinner and music.
Every year, the committee has relied on the generosity of Toledo Club members to raise the funds for the dinner. Members. A sponsorship covers the costs for a member of the military and his/her spouse, significant other or guest.


Holiday Parade of Trees

Every year, members, businesses, and  organizations donate a fully decorated tree to The Toledo Club and select a charity of their choice. The trees are then auctioned during the month of December with bidding cards displayed in the Lobby . Proceeds benefit the charity selected.  Trees are dismantled and picked up by the bidder the first week of January. The goal is to deck the first three floors of the Club with 40 trees. To showcase our beautiful Club, we open to the public for four nights in December. 

Christmas Tea Dance

This is the Holiday Event of the year for the entire family. Mr. and Mrs. Claus are in attendance, a magician performs his best tricks and there is a DJ to get everyone on the dance floor. Our club photographer is also on-site to take those priceless family photos.


New Year's Eve Party

Our New Year's Eve Party is the best in Toledo and becoming the place to be. We offer something for everyone. From the early four course dinner only, to the full Dinner and Spectacular multi-floor Gala Party to just the late night celebration. We even offer a family party with a balloon drop at 8 PM.



Other Events

Valentine’s Dinner, Easter Brunch, Mother’s Day,Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve Buffets as well as other wine, scotch and beer tasting dinners. And much much more!