All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Help and Hope for Parents

Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism brings community agencies that serve individuals with autism together to find and fill service gaps, establish best practices and advocate for families.

Lucas County Children Services in Need of Foster Parents

Lucas County Children’s Services is offering free education and training classes for anyone interested in becoming a licensed foster or adoptive parent. The agency is looking for individuals or families willing to foster children of all ages (babies to teens) as well as groups of brothers and sisters. The next round of classes (first round

Toledo Metroparks Move Indoors to the Libraries

While it’s cold outside, it’s warm inside the library, providing a great place to spend time learning about nature while avoiding the elements this winter. The Metroparks of Toledo, partnering with the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, bring educational resources to the community with programs about winter and the outdoors, including animal tracking, birding and

Toledo Libraries Go Fine Free

In an effort to remove barriers and improve accessibility to all, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library is fine free. Effective January 1, 2019, any returned borrowed items will not be charged overdue fines. Cardholders will still be responsible for never-returned and damaged items, with charges calculated at list price.

Wanted: High School Artists for Contest

Calling all artists – The Ability Center needs you! The organization is looking for local high school artists to compete in a contest by creating artwork the represents what a welcoming community means to them.This contest is in honor of The Ability Center’s Centennial year in 2020. The Ability Center will judge submissions, with winning