The Stay-at-Home order has been lifted — and just in time, too because we bet your teen has been pretty restless stuck in the house.
Lucky for them, there are some in-person events starting back up in our area that can help them blow off some steam.
We’ve compiled a list of a few cool teen-friendly events coming up in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor that they’ll enjoy. Not ready to let them leave the house just yet? We’ve got you covered with virtual activities and at- (or near) home options, too (when we can find them).
Enjoy virtual arts programming, crafts and interviews with local artists, courtesy of the Ann Arbor Arts Center.
Take a martial arts lesson with Master Ron from Champion Martial Arts at 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Teens learn how to draw their favorite comic book characters during this virtual class on July 9.
Take a tour and visit different landmarks around the state from the comfort of your own living room.
The School of Theatre and Dance at Wayne State University offers digital performances for all to enjoy.
Looking for more fun things to keep your teens entertained at home? Check out some of these options.
Missing your family’s annual spring trip to the amusement park? End your adrenaline drought with some of these virtual roller coaster rides.
Have you binged your way through your favorite flicks and shows? Have no fear, we have you covered with this list of new movies and shows streaming this May.
Kayaking and canoeing are great summer sports for the whole family. You can do both on these water trails in metro Detroit and beyond.
Take a ride around the neighborhood or kick it up a notch on one of our local bike trails.
Read up on what the popular video sharing app is all about and then make a fun video as a family.
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