All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Girlpreneur, Girlpower

The local nonprofit Groomed for Greatness, which inspires girls to reach their highest potential, will host a Girlpreneur Expo from 11am-3pm Saturday, March 3 at Mercy Health—Toledo, 2200 Jefferson Avenue. This free, fun family event is a great way to support the organization’s budding Girlpreneurs as they highlight their product, marketing and sales skills. Young

Mom 2 Mom Mega Sale

Alright moms, are you ready to start spring cleaning? Now is the time to tackle the basement, attic and garage, clearing out any baby or kids items you might not need anymore to sell them at iLead’s Mom 2 Mom Mega Sale Saturday, March 10 at the iLead Spring Meadows, 1615 Timberwolf, in Holland. Tables

Star Gazing

Let’s face it: We all need new activities to keep us busy during the winter months. And here’s something for your family— a chance to check out the stars, for free! Borrow an Orion StarBlast 4.5-inch telescope from the Toledo Lucas County Public library for seven days (and extend the loan, twice, for a total

Caring for natural curls

Whether you’re a parent or a guardian to an African-American child, getting a handle on very curly, natural hair can be difficult. Learn how to manage curls, discover basic tools and products, understand common hair issues, develop a regimen and learn three basic styles during a free Natural Hair Care for Children workshop, led by

New trampoline park opens in Toledo

Time to put the rumors to rest— Get Air Toledo is here. Officials say they are optimistic the building will be open this summer—a 27,000 square-foot indoor trampoline park with wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits, dodgeball courts and lots of other fun features. Get Air will also have a ninja warrior course— think spider walls, a

Preschool & Child Care Guide

Children’s Discovery Center Five regional locations 419-867-8570 childrensdiscoverycenters.com Children’s Discovery Center emphasizes the importance of integrating science, technology, engineering, arts and math (S.T.E.A.M.) into an early childhood education program. CDC “teachers encourage children in science exploration to engage, explain and evaluate. Laying the foundation for these skills helps children become successful as they enter kindergarten