need help from old-time toledoans

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OK--this is probably more like a Toledo Talk question, but I don't have an account on that site--so here goes. My cousins and I were reminiscing about family weddings and we were trying to recall the name of the reception facility that had a gazebo outside of the hall (where many an obligatory wedding party photo was taken). The other thing about it is that we think there were peacocks that roamed the grounds.

A cousin, who wasn't at our gathering, was married at St. Charles church in South Toledo and we all recall it was a lengthy drive to get to that reception facility.

Any ideas on the name of the reception hall?

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There's a gazebo at the facility on Angola Rd, which could seem like a long drive depending on where you start. It could have also been the place in Oregon, Michaels? I think.

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We did think of the place on Angola, but decided that wasn't it. Thanks for the suggestions.

Another couple of pieces of info--this was circa 1979 and we're not sure the place is still open.

before my time, i got here in '80

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