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St. Florian Strawberry Festival in Hamtramck

Get your fill of strawberry treats, Polish culture and plenty of fun at the 51st annual St. Florian Strawberry Festival, May 4-5, 2019, in Hamtramck.

Franklin Labor Day Roundup and Art in the Village Events

Have your fill of fun activities at the Franklin Labor Day Roundup family event, plus the city's annual fine art show, both happening Monday, Sept 3, 2018.

International Festival at the Southfield Pavilion

Get a taste of international culture at the 95th southeast Michigan event, Nov. 18-19, 2017. Be there for food, music and crafts from around the globe.

Fall Festivals in Southeast Michigan

When it comes to things to do in Michigan's southeast region, there are tons of fairs and fests in September, October and November 2015.

Chesterfield Arts & Music Festival at Bradenburg Park

Don't miss another one of the great fairs and festivals in Michigan's southeast region. Celebrate the fine arts at this Macomb County festival.
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Family Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun virtual things to do while at home or as things open up? Check out our list of events and other things to do this weekend.

Adaptive Sports for Kids with Disabilities and Special Needs

In search of adaptive sports for kids with physical or developmental disabilities? Here are local sports programs for kids with special needs in the metro Detroit and Ann Arbor areas.

Earth Day Events in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Celebrate Mother Earth on April 22, 2021, at one of these eco-friendly Earth Day events in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.

Freebies for Vaccinated People in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

These spots offering free items or discounts to people who can prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

What Every Parent Should Know About Developmental Delays

You have a new baby in your life. But how will you know if your child is developing normally? An expert from the Autism Alliance of Michigan offers some insight.