Keeping an ever-growing child clothed is a never-ending battle. Resale shops can help — and Toledo parents have a new option, as LilyPads Affordable Children’s Resale opened its doors off of South Detroit Avenue in May, near UT Medical College.
An artistic harvest In a real way, our state (and our country) was built on the strength of its farms — but city kids might not always be aware of where their food comes from.
The start of June means the start of picking your own fresh strawberries! Johnston Farms in Swanton provides individuals with the experience of going out and picking their own strawberries.
Make room for the birds, and maybe buy a unique work of art, as the Toledo Farmers’ Market presents “Birdhouses For Schoolhouses,” a fun and festive fundraiser for Milan, Ohio’s Veggie U.
A new locally-owned children’s resale store has opened its doors (and racks) to display your gently-used clothes and toys. Kidz Stuff, located at the corner of Monroe and Laskey, buys and sells goods appropriate for ages newborn to 14 years. The shop was opened by brother/sister team Keith Morehouse (a local tech consultant) and Shelly
What to do with those shiny new shoes your toddler outgrew that are taking up valuable closet space? Stikii Shoe Company has kicked off the Red, White and Shoe Drive in an effort to collect Toledoans' gently-used adult and children's shoes and redistribute them to those in need. "These are the shoes that are stuffed