All posts by Jeff Klima

Luminous Lights at the Toledo Zoo

Enchantment awaits with this Chinese lantern festival, with over 500 beautiful lanterns in the shape of zoo animals and botanicals. 6-11pm. $17/adults, $14/kids, $14/adult members, $11/kid members. Toledo Zoo 2 Hippo Way | 419-385-5721 Toledozoo.org

Father’s Rights Organization helps dads navigate the family court system

Often when families split because of a separation or divorce, it can be confusing for those involved to figure out how both parents can see their children. Now there’s a new nonprofit organization in town aimed at helping fathers navigate the family court system. Father’s Rights Organization helps dads file necessary paperwork for visitations with

Imagination Station announces renewal of Adopt-A-School program

Imagination Station is taking a stand against the tightening of school budgets and the resulting impact which limits field trips and produces spending cuts for math and science programs. The science learning center has announced a renewal of their Adopt-A-School program for 2017, asking school leaders and educators to submit an application for consideration in

Local youth paint mural at the main library

The Arts Commission, Lucas County Job and Family Services and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TCLPL) recently created a mural to celebrate youth and art. 16 youths, chosen from around the city, were selected to paint a mural at the main library. The Commission hired the young people as apprentices for their Young Artists

Local teen earns black belt in Taekwon Do

A local teen can put a big checkmark next to a personal goal: earn a black belt in Taekwon Do. Ana Pacheco is a 15-year-old freshman at Northview High School. She’s been participating in Taekwon Do since she was 9. In early March, she received her black belt in the sport. A huge feat for