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Artist Keith McGuire will instruct artists in grades 4-12 to draw Pokemon characters step-by-step.  Bring favorite Pokemon cards and watch as Keith makes quick sketches at the end of the program. Time will be available to ask questions and to share your work. Materials Needed: Paper and pencil, thin black...
Kids in grades 5 through adults can set aside to-do lists, drama and all other sources of anxiety and connect with themselves on a deeper level to find peace and calm during this hour-long class with Sue Marsh, owner of Breathe Yoga. Explore different elements of a yoga practice...
Fans of cars and airplanes will enjoy an up-close experience with dozens of stunning classic vehicles at the automobile invitational interspersed with historic aircraft located directly on the airport ramp at Willow Run. Families with original condition or authentically restored American vehicles sold between 1930-1969 they'd like to show...
Meet animal ambassadors native to rainforest regions including a ring tailed lemur, crocodilian, boa constrictor, macaw, armadillo and a honey bear. Kids of all ages are invited to join this live, virtual, interactive event. Presenters will be able to respond to questions and comments. Event Cost: Free, registration required for...
Join Chelsea's SRSLY program for a night of family fun with a drive-in showing of The Croods: A New Age. Entertainment includes a pre-show performance recorded by the Chelsea House Orchestra. Event Cost: $30 per vehicle, registration required Event Times: 8:30-10:30 p.m.; gates open at 7:30 p.m.
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...
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.
It is Maple Sugar season and that mean maple syrup. Hudson Mills Metropark is offering a ready-to-eat breakfast filled with one of nature's sweet treats: maple syrup. Pancake meals include pancakes and sausages, choice of drink, butter and pure maple syrup as well as disposable flatware and napkin. Meals...
Enjoy a family twist on the annual Owl Do I Love Thee Adult’s Only program by engaging in this virtual, family-friendly event. Together families will explore how to love and protect some of the amazing creatures found on this planet. Participants will learn how some animals find love in...
Kids off of school on President's Day can learn to make their own pancake breakfast (sweet and savory) as well as how to turn pancake mix into corn dogs from Zingerman's Chef Kieron. Class includes one pound of Cornman Farms pancake mix, Zingerman's Candy chocolate peanut brittle, printed recipe...
The Detroit Story League invites families to join in a fun-filled evening listening to stories told by the League's wonderful storytellers. The Detroit Story League is a culturally diverse group of talented Detroit area members who range in expertise in all types of telling.  Families will hear folk and...
Join Ms. Krista from the Dexter District Library as she shares some lovely books to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Enjoy a fun morning of picture, pop-up and interactive books, flannel-board stories, songs, puppets, finger plays and other activities that encourage children to form a love of reading.