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Noel Night in Midtown Detroit

Treat yourself to a night filled with cheer and the holiday spirit at the 47th annual Noel Night on Dec. 7, 2019, in Detroit's Midtown district.

Concert of Colors, Detroit

The annual concert series returns to Midtown Detroit July 15-17, 2016 (and Dearborn July 14), with performances at many of the area's cultural spots.

Merrill Lynch, Bank of America Museums on Us

Families with Bank of America or Merrill Lynch cards gain free admission to select local cultural institutions select dates January-December 2016.

Call of The Drum: International Drum Summit at the Charles H. Wright Museum

Feel the beat at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, when drummers from cultures around the world meet to strike their drums.

Black History Comes Alive

There are tons of spots and events in southeast Michigan to visit with your family throughout February 2015 to learn about African-American history.

Ongoing September 2014

Starting Up WOMEN OF VISION. The work of 11 female National Geographic photojournalists is on display at Cranbrook Institute of Science. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays,...

Inspiring Minds STEM Exhibit at Wright Museum in Detroit

Kids can meet a variety of African-American pioneers in science, technology, engineering and math in this exhibit at the Charles H. Wright Museum.

Kellogg Foundation Program Officer Sharnita Johnson

Thanks to the Kellogg Foundation's new Detroit-based office, she's able to see her efforts pay off in the city she calls home.

Wright Museum in Detroit Brings Black History to Life

African-American culture, lifestyles, artistic expression and more are illuminated in permanent and temporary exhibits sure to ignite kids' minds.

Christmas Wonderfest at Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi

Indoor rides, Santa and festive family fun is in store Dec. 5-8, 2013 at this third annual, which moves from its old Campus Martius location in Detroit.

Kids Items that Celebrate Inclusion, Diversity for Juneteenth

Held June 19, this annual holiday marks the end of slavery in Texas in 1865. Tune children into its lasting message with these toys, books and more.

Inspiring Minds at Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit

This exciting new permanent exhibit highlighting black progress in science, technology, engineering and math has lots of hands-on learning for kids.
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Letterboxing in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor for Families

Here's everything you need to know to get started on this unique, kid-friendly pastime. Plus, check the roundup for a few spots for letterboxing for kids.

The Pros and Cons of Exotic Pets for Kids

Thinking of expanding your family with mice, snakes or geckos? A local pet store owner weighs in on the pros and cons of exotic pets; plus things for families to consider before purchasing.

Ways to Celebrate Earth Day from Home

Earth Day is right around the corner. Take care of Mother Earth and celebrate Earth Day from home with one of these fun and green activities.

How to Get Your Child to Sleep Without a Nightlight

Is your child refusing to sleep in the dark? Two experts shed some light on how to get your child to sleep without a nightlight.

ASMR and Kids: What is It, and What are the Pros and Cons?

YouTube has exploded with videos of people whispering, rustling buttons and even eating pickles – all to elicit a calm feeling. Can ASMR and kids be a good mix?