Author: Korie Wilkins

Our Dancing Lights: Holiday Magic in Auburn Hills

If you like big, spectacular light displays a la Clark Griswold, then Our Dancing Lights in Auburn Hills is right up your alley. This fantastic display, set to music, is one of the best around. Located at a home on a cul-de-sac in a swanky neighborhood off Tienken Road, Our...

Reconnect with Nature at River Bends Park in Shelby Township

Whether you are looking for a place to run, walk or ride your bike, have a picnic or just reconnect with nature, River Bends Park inShelby Township has it. This gorgeous nature park at Ryan and Hamlin roads could take a few visits to fully explore. We have been there...

Mae Stecker Park: Play, Walk, & Relax in Shelby

Whatever you and your children enjoy doing on a lovely summer day – be it playing sports, fishing, goofing around on the playground or taking a walk, Shelby Township’s Mae Stecker Park is sure to please. Definitely put a visit here on your summer-is-almost-over bucket list!  This park is a...

Bloomer Park: Fun and Nature Go Hand in Hand

An afternoon at Bloomer Park in Rochester is a study in fun and nature. With its extensive trail system and three separate playgrounds, this 200-acre park is a four-season recreation hub. A draw for local cyclists because of the velodrome, this park also brings in families looking to hike, picnic and play. In...

Summer To-Do List for School-agers

Summer can be a wonderful time with your children, full of adventures and exploring. It can also be a time when you realize how much you appreciate their teachers! Since your kids are probably mostly used to structure and routine from school, we’re sharing a list of things your child...

Five Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day in Metro Detroit

Even though we are called Metro Detroit Mommy, we love our amazing dads and want to celebrate them this Father’s Day. After all, he does so much for the family; he deserves a super fun day in and around Detroit, right? On this Father’s Day, we are sharing several ways...

Hidden treasures at Kensington Metropark

On a recent visit to the Kensington Metropark, we enjoyed seeing the baby animals and taking a hay ride at the Farm Center. But this part of the park offers a few hidden treasures as well. If you walk down the hill, you will find a labyrinth, a thatched roof...

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