Rather than upsetting a school night and braving the risks of taking candy from strangers, explore these weekend events and alternatives to tromping through the neighborhood.
In the fall, harvest festivals are the signature celebrations in greater Detroit. Check out some of the best and enjoy more than just the changing leaves.
Summer is officially here when the little custard stand opens up around the corner. Head to Erma’s, Bob Jo’s or Wally’s to satisfy your craving for custard.
Blogger Vicki Briganti steps back in time inside Greenfield Village and loses herself in the fascinating lives of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison.
Bomb sniffing dogs could be seen around Greenfield Village in Dearborn as officials prepared for President Barack Obama’s visit.
It’s a sure sign of Spring: Greenfield Village opens it’s gates Saturday for the 2012 season.
When life moves too fast, it is amusing, even soothing to just sit and watch other people enjoy their lives.
Looking for ways to keep kids busy? Stimulate the mind of a youngster at one of the coolest venues in Detroit for a preschooler, including Stony Creek Nature Center or Greenfield Village.
It’s time to let the big guy know what you want under the tree. Here are the best places in the Metro Detroit area to get a photo of your kids with Santa Claus including Rochester Hills, Somerset and Greenfield Village.
Kids will walk paths lined with hundreds of hand-carved jack o’ lanterns and end up at nearly a dozen stations where costumed characters will be handing out treats.