Check this list for the best Easter events for kids happening in the Detroit area.
The two-day event, which takes place April 18 and 19, features treats, games, crafts, live entertainment animal enrichment activities, zookeeper talks and more.
Animal lovers interested in volunteering opportunities in the Detroit area have many organizations to choose from.
Amid the snowfall, it’s a sure sign of spring. And a darn cute one.
An “egg-stravaganza” of family fun is planned for the Detroit Zoo’s 23rd annual Bunnyville celebration. This year, the Zoo will have two days of bunny fun on Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19, 2014, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The center will feature a penguin “deep dive” with views above and below water as the birds dive and soar through a chilled 326,000-gallon, 25-foot-deep aquatic area.
There are plenty of places around the Detroit area to spend time with your young ones in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Refer to this list for some great ideas.
The Detroit area has a lot of different ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your significant other.
It seems more and more metro Detroiters are stocking up on their supply of “Vitamin Z.”
If you are in the mood for a day of learning or fun, head on out to one of these Detroit attractions worth the hype.