All posts by Toledo Parent Staff

Open House Guide 2020- Part 2

Local schools open for tours By Erin Holden and Emily Remaklus One of the biggest decisions a parent makes concerns their children’s education. Many local educational options stand out as unique.  We created this guide to spotlight them. Whether your child has an interest in nautical-themed studies or could benefit from a focus on the

Toledo Subscription Box Curated by Local Women-Owned Businesses

Ten businesses highlighted in the box to be delivered next month HerHub, a nonprofit initiative under Women of Toledo, was started to encourage and advance women-owned businesses. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, with businesses scrambling to stay afloat after their physical doors closed, HerHub had an idea: a subscription box filled with samples


Children’s Discovery Center Launches New Outdoor Classroom  Children’s Discovery Center announced the launch of its newly renovated Outdoor Classroom for Discovery School Kindergarten classes at its Waterville location. What began as an addition to enhance learning opportunities for students in 2019 has transformed into a new opportunity that is ideal for current COVID-19 guidelines, offering

Fall Fun

Fun fall festivities put pep in Put-in-Bay’s 2020 Fans of summer fun have missed Put-in-Bay this year, but fall brings some new opportunities to celebrate at the village. Chief among the events is a reimagined variation on Put-in-Bay’s Oktoberfest celebrations. Scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11, the island is

Get some Tricks and Treats at Cedar Point

Do you miss Cedar Point? Maybe you bought those season passes last year and haven’t had the chance to use them yet? There’s still time this month to enjoy some coasters and fun with the family. Cedar Point is holding a Tricks and Treats Fall Fest every Saturday and Sunday through November 1. Social distancing

New Kids on the Block- September 2020

Cuts for KidsDo your kids absolutely dread haircuts? Join the club. Luckily, a local option makes your little ones change their perceptions about getting a trim: Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids offer a playground, TVs at each haircut station, and even monster truck seating! Bonus: Cookie Cutters’ stylists don’t exclusively work with kids—  adults can