The 2014 Perrysburg Mexican – American Festival

This year’s Perrysburg Mexican – American Festival will be held Friday August 29th and will be combined with the Hip Hop Festival on Saturday August 30th. Both will be held at The Perrysburg Heights Community Center which is located off Route 25 on Jefferson Street exactly one-quarter mile due east of the traffic light at Levis Commons. The events on Friday will be similar to those in past years with free admission from 5pm until midnight.  There is plenty of parking at the Community Center. Performers include Paragon, Grupo Dezeo, Xplozivo, & Los Hermanos Villegas on Friday beginning at 5pm with a special guest you won’t want to miss. The $7 kids zone will has seven inflatables including slides and bouncy house type activities until 9 pm for unlimited play. Various vendor booths will feature many kinds of food, beverages, collectibles, clothing, and much more. The festival has an alcohol permit.

The Hip Hop Festival on Saturday from noon until 11 pm will feature Grammy Award winner Naughty By Nature, as well as Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony, and Coolio. Tickets are $20 advance sale or $30 at the door. Call the Community Center at 419-874-4529 and leave a message if you want tickets. In addition, there is a limited supply of VIP tickets to meet the bands at a special VIP area for $100. Food vendors include barbeque, Latino, Italian, and much more. This festival also has an alcohol permit.

Proceeds benefit our kids’ educational and programming needs at the Community Center.


First, we are here for the kids.  We are here to help them with homework after school, to provide a safe place for them to play, to provide them with healthy meals, books to read, friends to be with, and most of all, with responsible adults who they can look up to.



Have your next party, meeting, or sports event here!

We rent our gymnasium, meeting rooms, kitchen, and game area at very reasonable rates.  NOTE:  Our gymnasium is now AIR-CONDITIONED.

Click here for the RENTALS page


PHCA Mission and Vision Statement

The Perrysburg Heights Community Association was established for the purpose of promoting and improving pride and the quality of life among all the residents of the Perrysburg Heights area.  Through involving the community in educational, social, recreational and neighborhood improvement programs, a new beginning and image will become a reality for the Heights community.  The Association works to develop individual pride and self-worth by empowering individuals and promoting total community participation in its programs.


Organization Profile

PHCA since its inception in 1991, has developed partnerships with many agencies; has created volunteer and service programs with our area universities, colleges, and local school administration and staff.  We feel it is extremely important to continue to develop relationships with programs that mirror the ideals of our organization.  PHCA is ready to expand the services we provide by effectively developing priority lists, timelines and programs that offer more diversity in structure to the overall community of Wood County.

By establishing a strong volunteer base, PHCA has been able to bring to fruition many if its dreams! Take a look at what we’ve done so far:  Maintained high quality programming, raised funds to establish a park and community center, provided after-school tutoring, drug prevention programs, utilized county community service workers, BGSU students earning course credit for educational support and service-learning, Adult Education programs such as GED completion, Boys and Girl Scout Troops, Preschool Story Hour, Arts & Craft Programs, Resume & Cover Letter Service, Computer Classes, Sr. Citizens Group, Community Clean-up Projects, and a Community Newsletter. 

PHCA has accomplished much of what it originally set out to do, but we are far from finished. Future plans include these projects: support groups, cooking clubs, spanish lessons, and on-going fund-raising efforts such as:  Annual Giving Campaign, Mexican American Festival, and much more.

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