Back-to-school season may give you nightmares, and with good reason. While it will be great to have the kids back in school learning and socializing, it is a period of increased activity for parents as well. Here are five handy ways you can get your home ready for this hectic season so it is as stress-free as possible. Fix Up…
Health and wellness are at the forefront of the upcoming school year. Many parents remain wary of sending their kids back to school for in-person classes because of the coronavirus crisis. Those parents who are ready to take the risk of letting their kids receive an in-person education need to go to additional measures to keep their little ones protected.…
Burgh Historical Park in Southfield is comprised of five buildings along with a gazebo and gardens, a great place to spend the day learning.
Through aircraft displays and artifacts, the Yankee Air Museum teaches guests about aviation technology and the importance of flight in the US.
Maybury Farm offers many opportunities to interact with their animals, as well as a play structure, hayrides, picnic areas, and a small lake.
Visitor’s information and images for the Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk. The Story Walk is pages of a book on signs along the trail.
Here are the safety protocols that Goldfish Swim School has in place at the Rochester location. Just one of the many reasons we love swimming with Goldfish.
The Michigan Science Center has an abundance of attractions to offer. With approximately 87,000 square feet of science to explore, guests can get lost in the three main floors filled with over 250 hands-on exhibits.
Since March, families throughout the U.S. have had to adapt to major changes in the way we work and learn. With 18 million events and meetings organized nationwide each year, the vast majority of those meetings during the last four months have had to take place online. And of course, distance learning has now become the only option for American…
What will schools look like in the fall? Mike Latvis, Executive Director of Legislative Affairs, Wayne RESA answers some of your questions.