I can’t tell you how thrilled I am. Broadway shows are returning to the Fisher Theatre on October 19 with the RENT’s 25th Anniversary Farewell Tour. This all time musical favorite will run until Sunday, October 24. “RENT follows a year in the lives of a diverse group of artists and friends struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. This powerfully resonant…
It is almost back to school time! It can be an overwhelming process for families to find a high-quality preschool program for your four year old. You might wonder what a high-quality preschool program looks like as you are searching for a program of your preschooler. Here is what you can look for: A warm caring environment where children and…
Saturday, September 18, 2021 is Museum Day. Museums across the United States will open their doors for free.
Funtastic Play Center in Woodhaven has reopened under new ownership. Offers soft play for children up to age 8.
Griffin Park is a multipurpose destination. It has a large athletic field, along with a baseball diamond, tennis court, and basketball court. In addition, there is a playground, a woodland area, a creek, and a pond.
For many families, the summer brings fun as well the need to plan ahead for fall! If you are the adult of a four year old, then the Great Start Readiness Program may be the perfect fit for your child’s early education. This no cost preschool for eligible four year old children is funded by the state and available across…
Summer is in full swing this year at the Monroe Street Midway and other Downtown Detroit Parks. Guests can enjoy roller skating at the Rollout Detroit Roller Rink as well as basketball and many other sports at the Rocket Mortgage Sports Zone.
Whether you have an adventurous palette or if you like to stick to the same classics, Pie Sci Detroit has the perfect pizza for you.
Don’t miss this urban summer destination. Campus Martius Beach has 400,000 pounds of sand, great views, comfy chairs, and a fun summer vibe.
The new visitor center is on the grounds of the historic Edsel and Eleanor Clay Ford estate in Grosse Pointe Shores and marks the first major alteration to the estate in 25 years.