The Board of Directors of Harbor, Inc., an Ohio mental health and substance use treatment provider, announced the appointment of Donna Jablonski as President/CEO. Jablonski, who has been serving as Interim President/CEO since July, previously served as Chief Operating Officer at Harbor. “It is a privilege to be part of an organization that delivers high
So, for all of the UT students who have been working hard and looking forward to a fun trip this spring to get away from it all…um, we have some bad news. The University of Toledo has announced that Spring Break 2021 will be cancelled in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In
What were some of the best books you had a chance to read this year? Share your discoveries with a virtual group of friends. The Wood County District Public Library hosts a Google Meet session, The Best Books We Read in 2020, on Thursday, December 17. Join the chat, share your ideas and get some
Nathan Elias, a Toledo native now living in Florida, grabbed attention two years ago with his debut chapbook of poems entitled Glass City Blues. The author has followed up with The Reincarnations, an eclectic collection of short stories. Elias is also currently working on a novel, Coil Quake Rift, scheduled for publication early next year.
Come and celebrate the holidays with over 100 nativity scenes at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. The church’s fourth annual Nativity Festival will be on display each weekend through December 19. Featuring nativity scenes along with decorated trees and other themed tables, attendees will also receive a cookie treat from Pattye Bakes Cookies. Donations appreciated. 428
Artist Loraine Lynn has made a name for herself working in a variety of media, from glass and fiber to writing and video production. For her latest solo exhibit, Lynn will show pieces she has created from tufted materials. Scheme presents a collection of complex and arresting works with remarkable patterns and beautiful colors, all