Category Archives: teens

Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village

Jack O Lanterns at Hallowe'en at Greenfield Village

Each year, the Henry Ford celebrates Halloween with Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village celebration. During Hallowe’en you will follow a one mile path through the historical village. The path is lined with hand-carved jack-o’-Lanterns. Periodically along the way, there are historical re-enators as you stop at the various treat stations. Treats are given out to all guests, adult and child, so don’t forget to […]

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HalloWeekends at Cedar Point

Halloweekends at Cedar Point

Cedar Point HalloWeekends Disclaimer: Our Cedar Point tickets were part of my conference registration and hotel package for BloggyCon. All opinions are 100% mine. HalloWeekends is Cedar Point’s annual Halloween celebration. HalloWeekends combines family-friendly daytime Halloween activities with the creeps and frights of haunted houses for adults in the evenings. We had a great time visiting HalloWeekends and definitely recommend the trip. If […]

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Saline Area Players Fall Season Starts Soon

The Saline Area Players are a community theater group based in Saline. Their productions not only feature local area residents on stage, but often in the adaptation of the material. The Saline Area Players Fall Season will start on October 5 (shows at 1 & 3:30p) with Twisted Fables at Rentschler Farms during their Harvest Celebration. SALINE AREA PLAYERS ANNOUNCE FALL SEASON The […]

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Performance Network Theatre to Perform “Driving Miss Daisy”

Performance Network Theatre is returning to Ann Arbor with “Driving Miss Daisy”. I remember enjoying the movie, Driving with Miss Daisy when it was released (I was 15 at the time). I do recommend the play for older children (tweens and teens). At 9, I probably won’t take my daughter yet. However, it would make a good date night activity […]

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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre to Perform Les Mis in September

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre will be performing Les Miserables at UM’s Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre from September 5-8. I remember seeing the play on Broadway as a high school student, and recommend the play for older tweens, teens, and adults. Update 1: Since the press release below, they have added an additional 2p show on Saturday, September 7 Update 2 (8/28): […]

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LEGO Weekend!!

The Ann Arbor District Library will be having a LEGO Weekend this weekend. All events will take place in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Downtown Branch. On Friday, November 23 they will be having a LEGO Open Build and Movie-Making session from 1-5p. The event is for kids in grades 3 through adults. Participants will be able to build characters, sets, […]

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