Has your high school or college grad recently expressed interest in moving out? 17% of Americans live in rented apartments, so your young adult is not alone in seeking independence. Help your child find their first apartment and prepare to move into their own place in Detroit with these tips. Figure Out Finances When it comes to moving out, your…
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.
Valade Park in Detroit features a beautiful playground as well as sandy beach, musical Garden, and plenty of great spaces for fishing.
Four nonprofits join to provide the community with STEAM Summer Camp in a Bag, free online classes and educational materials for Detroit families!
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan (BGCSM) announced they will join forces Ponyride, the small business incubator located in Detroit to offer approximately 20,000 square feet of co-working and manufacturing space across three locations in Detroit and Highland Park.
Arts & Scraps is a community space for creating that uses recycled industrial scraps to help people of all ages and abilities think, create and learn.
RollerCade is a skating rink with public open skate. They also specialize in Skating Lessons, Birthday Parties, Fund Raisers, Private Events.
Home to an extensive array of Motown artifacts & memorabilia, the mission is to present the Motown Story through inspirational and educational experiences.
Joe Dumar’s Fieldhouse in Detroit is an indoor athletic and entertainment facility. They offer basketball, roller hockey, and volleyball leagues as well as camps, clinics, pick up games and more. In addition to their sports offerings, the facility contains an entertainment fun center, whirly ball, mini-bowling, and football bowling.
A budding fashion designer from Detroit has captured the attention of the major toy company Mattel. Nine-year-old Neveah Woods has been designing and making clothes for her dolls since the age of five and has since transformed her hobby into a business. Woods would make doll clothes out of household items like ribbons and socks to coordinate her dolls’ outfits…