Category: Oakland County

Michigan Alliance for Families
Skills for Effective Parent Advocacy Workshop

Who’s ready for back to school?! A parent workshop  is being offered twice at the following times and locations: Skills for Effective Parent Advocacy with Patti Banks THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th- 6:30PM – 8:30PM HAVENWYCK HOSPITAL -1525 University Drive Auburn Hills, MI 48326 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th – 6:00PM – 8:00PM JUDSON...

lodge playground at Marshbank Park
Lodge Playground at Marshbank Park

The Lodge Playground at Marshbank Park is a wonderful place for children to play.  Marshbank Park is owned and maintained by West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation.  The play area is conveniently located near the front of the park, close to the parking lot adjacent to the Lodge and restrooms.  The...

Free Splash Pads in Southeast Michigan

We love summer, we are soaking up the sun every moment we can.  Free or low-cost summer activities make a fun-filled summer more manageable.  Here is a list of the free splash pads in Southeast Michigan. Free Splash Pads in Oakland County Free Splash Pad in Auburn Hills Riverside Park...

HIghPoint Hybrid Academy
Homeschooling in Michigan with HighPoint Hybrid

Who Can Homeschool? Michigan parents have the legal right to homeschool their children.  Michigan is one of the most homeschool-friendly states.  A parent or legal guardian who homeschools his or her child is not required to hold a valid Michigan teaching certificate, permit, or occupational authorization. There are no reporting...

Detroit Wing Company

The Eastpoint, Michigan based company, Detroit Wing Company, opened in 2015 with the mission to provide their guests with all-natural wings made with fresh sauces and homemade sides.  They currently have five metro Detroit locations in Eastpointe, Chesterfield, Taylor, Southfield and Detroit.  Detroit Wing Company paid for our lunch in...

Southeast Michigan Inclusive Playgrounds

Playgrounds are rather ubiquitous in southeast Michigan.  Every city has a few ranging from small neighborhood parks to sprawling community spaces.  New federal regulations require that new playgrounds be ADA compliant, meaning accessible, but not necessarily inclusive.  Accessible means that a person can move about freely with no barriers to...

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