New Family Friendly Toledo Businesses: September/October 2022

Performing arts at the Toledo Met
Toledo Met offers ballet classes with beginner to advanced levels, along with voice, acting and musical theater dance lessons. Their main focus is to instill a love of the performing arts in children. Make sure to mark your calendars for their December 4, 2022 rendition of “The Nutcracker,” which is sure to be a success given their accomplished instructors. Learn more about the Toledo Met’s programs at toledomet.com. Toledo Met, 5441 Main St., Sylvania. 419-913-8476. —EH

New CEO of GENYOUth
Perrysburg dietician Ann Marie Krautheim became CEO of the national nonprofit GENYOUth on July 1, a major accomplishment and opportunity to expand her community work. GENYOUth is known for its focus on youth nutrition, helping kids stay physically active, and making sure that students have healthy meal options at school. Krautheim was serving as president and chief wellness officer before this promotion. A tireless advocate in the fight against food insecurity, she is the ideal leader for the organization. Read more about Krautheim’s mission at toledoparent.com. —EH

Tutti Fruity food truck

For healthy treat options on the go, visit Tutti Fruity, a new food truck offering smoothies, smoothie bowls, freeze pops and “over the top toast” covered with berries and cream, pesto, nutty crunch and more. Find the schedule at facebook.com/tuttifruitytruck.  —JM

Date night for sushi lovers
The mind behind Kengo Sushi & Yakitori and Kato Ramen will be opening a new restaurant in the area, this one located in the Hollywood Casino. Shobu by Kengo will feature high quality sushi, including classics from Chef Kengo Kato’s other restaurants as well as new items. Shobu by Kengo is scheduled to open before the end of the year.  —JM

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