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Families are invited to join ROPL for all things magical and shiny to celebrate National Unicorn Day with songs, stories, fingerplays and a unicorn craft. Registration is required and families can contact Emily to schedule supplies pickup. Event Cost: Free, registration required Event Times: 7 p.m.
Kids ages 5 to 8 will join Royal Oak’s OUR Credit Union to learn healthy money habits and savings strategies that will help them throughout life. Each participant will receive a free money-themed book and a craft. Event Cost: Free, registration required; contact Amy to schedule supplies pickup Event Times: 7...
The idea behind a wish bracelet is that you make a wish, and tie it on.  Eventually, the hemp wears out, and you will lose the beads. When this happens, your wish is then “released” and is supposed to come true. Tweens and teens ages 11-18 are invited to...
Kids ages 10 and older can enjoy Earth Day by taking items that would normally be thrown away and turning them into something useful. For this upcycling craft, packaging tubes of different sizes will be used to create a colorful wall hanging organizer. Crafters can make it their own...
Honor Mother Nature with kids craft stations using recycled items, take-home seed planting, scavenger hunt, garden stroll and recycling tips. A native pollinator tree sponsored by the Rotary Club of Taylor will be installed at the new (2020) Taylor Garden Club native plant garden. Event Cost: Free Event Times: 10 a.m.-noon
If you enjoy detailed work, this project is for you! On Thursday, March 25 at 7:00 pm, teens ages 11 to 18 are invited to make this incredibly realistic miniature Harry Potter boxed set with provided printables, foam core, glue, and sandpaper. Contact becca@ropl.org to schedule your supplies pickup.Online...
Kids ages 2-12 can hop on over to Ella Mae Power Park and join Novi Parks for the annual Easter Eggstravaganza. There will be crafts, photo stops and multi-age egg hunts. Leave your baskets at home, and due to COVID-19 concerns, participants are asked that no more than two...
Kids will receive the supplies for a pot of gold lacing activity, coffee filter rainbow shamrock sun catchers, pot of gold slime and a leprechaun fork painting. In addition, there will be two magical science experiments: a walking rainbow and a Skittles rainbow. With a few St. Patrick's Day...
Van Gogh in America is the first exhibition dedicated to the introduction and early reception of Vincent van Gogh’s art in the United States. The exhibition will display 68 works by Van Gogh, illustrating the efforts made by early promoters of his art – including the artist’s family –...
Kids and parents can learn to make two projects: a six-foot long wooden Easter bunny garland and a set of two different size bunnies in this virtual class. The garland wood bunnies and the two sizes bunnies can be picked up to be decorated during the class.
Elementary and preschool students and their families are invited to virtually celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with stories, rhymes, crafts and Seuss trivia. Seuss character costumes are encouraged. Registration is required and space is limited.
March weather can be unpredictable. One day it can be sunny and warm and the next cold and snowy. Tweens ages 7-11 will learn why the weather is the way it is, and what the clouds can tell you about what sort of weather to expect. Participants will make...