All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Beyond Books

New director at Toledo Library Hopefully you’re no stranger to the Toledo Lucas County Public Library. With renovations recently completed at Main Library, 20 locations throughout the area and new programming popping up every month, there’s a lot happening at the library these days, including a new director at the helm. A new chapter Jason

Done in a Day

Easy ways to give back We all have a lot to do. Between raising kids, working a job, managing a household and juggling extracurriculars, you probably feel strapped for time (because you are), while at the same time you may also feel the urge to give back and make a difference in your community. If

A Healthier Halloween

Treats kids AND parents will love Ghosts, goblins and sugar–oh my! Halloween is right around the corner, and while your youngsters may be deciding on their costumes, you might be dreading the candy influx that comes with this spooky holiday. Whether you want to nix the sugary treats or simply be more mindful of what

Launch Action Park Opens in Toledo This Fall

Just in time for shorter days and cooler weather, a new family entertainment and action park is opening in Toledo. Launch, an action park franchise, will open in the Westgate Towne Center later this fall. Mixing sports and entertainment, the 23,000 square foot facility will provide children, teens and adults with endless fun including wall-to-wall

Toledo Lucas County Public Libraries Offer Hoopla

We get it – you want to read more but it’s not always easy to squeeze in a trip to the library. Did you know you can get digital movies, ebooks, music and more with your library card? It’s worth taking a minute to explore hoopla, a digital media service offered by the Toledo Lucas

Stock the Teacher’s Supply Pantry at UT

Did you know that teachers spend their own money— often as much as $500 per year— on school supplies for their classroom? To assist with this issue, The University of Toledo is leading efforts to provide Old Orchard Elementary teachers with supplies for their students. Following a model developed by Grace Church, UT has organized