Category Archives: tweens

The Perfect Time to Visit the Wasem Pumpkin Patch

The last several years we have gone both Apple and Pumpkin Picking at Wasem Fruit Farm. We usually make two trips since we prefer the earlier season apples before pumpkins are ready for picking. This year, we visited on a Saturday afternoon at the end of September for apples. Wasem was crowded that day, but we had better luck finding apples than we […]

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Peachy Fitness Fall Classes and More

Peachy Fitness Zumba & Yoga

Peachy Fitness Fall Classes & More Ann Arbor Yoga & Dance Studio for children, adults & families Peachy Fitness Fall Classes offer a variety of fitness options for women, children, and families. Peachy Fitness classes have a relaxed atmosphere. They welcome participants at all levels of fitness and experience. In addition to their fitness classes, they also offer camps, special workshops, birthday parties, […]

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Young People’s Theater Seussical Ticket Sales

Have you seen a Young People’s Theater performance yet? We have attended several over the years and have always enjoyed them. I was very disappointed that our schedule did not work to attend their spring performance of Wizard of Oz. However I am very excited for this year’ fall performance – Seussical. I have been wanting to see the show for […]

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Halloween Costume Shopping Made Easy

Disclaimer: I am compensated for sales through Costume Express. I have been compensated for sharing this information with you. My daughter always seems to have a clear idea of what she wants to be for Halloween. I am always relieved when she picks something that is easy to buy and I don’t have to make the costume or piece it together. Last year, my daughter wanted […]

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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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LSNC & AAHOM Distance Learning Projects

Leslie Science & Nature Center and the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum have teamed up to conduct Distance Learning projects. My daughter has enjoyed classes and field trips that she has taken at both locations and seeing both organizations at various events that we have attended over the years. It is great to hear that they are able to bring their programs to […]

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Star Wars Reads Day This Weekend

Star Wars Reads Day

Star Wars Reads Day is Saturday, October 11. As I have shared many times before, my husband and daughter are big Star Wars fans and my daughter loves reading, so this is a perfect event for our family. In the Ann Arbor area, there are two main celebrations. The Ann Arbor District Library will have Star Wars Crafts from noon-1p at the Malletts […]

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GameStart School Fall Classes

GameStart School’s motto is: “We teach kids programming with video games.” They offer programming classes with a basis in popular video games, primarily Minecraft. I love that they are introducing kids to programming at the elementary school level. I still remember my early exposure to computers when I was around my daughter’s age – it was mostly playing Lemonade Stand (it was the […]

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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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