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Concert of Colors Diversity Music Festival in Detroit

The annual Concert of Colors series returns to Midtown July 11-15, 2018 (and Dearborn July 12) with performances at many of the area's cultural spots.

Belle Isle in Detroit Offers Tons of Family Fun

Southeast Michigan's urban island gem, Belle Isle, is packed with activities for kids, from gardens and beaches to fishing, ship history and a cool playground.

Detroit Day Trip With Kids

Looking for some Detroit day trip ideas for your family? Here's an easy weekend itinerary that's sure to keep your kiddos entertained.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Events in Southeast Michigan

In honor of this African-American activist, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties offer family-friendly Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events celebrating his life.

Winter Fun from January to March in Southeast Michigan

Whether your family loves shows, exhibits and laser tag or skiing, hiking and looking at ice sculptures outdoors, kick off 2018 with these cool activities.

Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve Events in Southeast Michigan

Celebrate the New Year with the kids! These local New Year's Eve events have tons of fun kid-friendly activities and early start times to help ring in 2018.

Noel Night in Midtown Detroit

Treat yourself to a night filled with cheer and the holiday spirit at the 45th annual Noel Night on Dec. 2, 2017, in Detroit's Midtown district.

Santa Appearances in Southeast Michigan

Santa's on his way and here are some spots in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw counties that offer Santa appearances for kids to visit and get photos with the Jolly Elf.

Holidays at the Detroit Historical Museum

Celebrate Christmas and New Year's with extended hours at the Detroit Historical Museum and the Dossin Great Lakes Museum Dec. 26, 2015-Jan. 3, 2016.

Talk to Education Experts at Metro Parent's Education Expo

Learn more about the exhibitors and sponsors at the 20th annual Education Expo.

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.

The Roaring '20s Exhibit at Lorenzo Cultural Center

Visit an era of Model Ts, women's rights and modernism at this Clinton Township show, subtitled from From Riches to Rags, on display Feb. 22-May 4, 2014.
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