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Holiday Events Guide Presented by Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation

Holiday Events

First, I would like to start the Holiday Event Guide by thanking Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation, Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Leslie Science & Nature Center, and Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra for their sponsorship of this guide. All have great events planned for the holiday season. There are also lots of other great activities in Ann Arbor and Beyond. Ann Arbor Parks & […]

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Parents Night Out at Leslie Science & Nature Center

Parents Night Out Leslie Science and Nature Center

Disclaimer: Leslie Science & Nature Center hosted my daughter at Parents Night out in October exchange for event promotion and a review. My daughter loved Leslie Science & Nature Center’s Parents Night Out: Astronomy Adventure in October. Their next Parents Night Out will be held on Saturday, March 7 with a Creatures of the Night them. My daughter will be very disappointed that we […]

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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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Fall is Here Weekend Roundup

It is definitely starting to feel like fall this week with the large temperature swings from 45F in the morning to 70F in the afternoons. It definitely makes dressing my daughter for school a challenge…particularly after the jacket gets left at school on the warm afternoons. One activity that my family loves in fall is picking apples. Last year we […]

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Weekend Roundup – The Middle Of September

Most of the elementary school kids are finishing their second week of school and many preschool kids are completing their first week. How is school going so far? For me it feels like we are back in the routine and it was hard to believe that it is only the second week of school. Unfortunately, my daughter’s school seems to […]

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Star Gazing Party Tonight at LSNC

Tonight Leslie Science & Nature Center is welcoming the University Lowbrow Astronomers for a Star Party tonight from 8-11p. Moon rise is scheduled for 10p, so maybe your child can rest a bit after school before heading out. Admission is $5/person and children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone is encouraged to bring binoculars. A variety of […]

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September is Preschool Month at AAHOM

I know it is nearly half-way through September, but I wanted to share that September is Preschool Month at the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum. They will have special events geared towards preschoolers during the month. The Music Lady, Beverly Meyer will be performing on Saturday, September 13 and 27 from 11:30a-1p. Most preschoolers love animals, so they will love […]

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Toddler & Preschool Programs at Leslie Science & Nature Center Begin in September

Next week’s Back To School doesn’t just affect the school-aged children, it affects a lot of programming at kid-friendly venues around town. During the school year, there is an increased focus on daytime activities for toddlers and preschoolers as venues shift away from summer camp and activities for school-aged children. Leslie Science & Nature Center offers a number of programs […]

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Monarch Migration Festival at LSNC

This year, the Leslie Science & Nature Center will be celebrating the Monarch butterfly with the inaugural Monarch Migration Festival on Saturday, September 6 from 1-3p. The Monarch Migration Festival is for all ages and costs $9/person or $34/family. LSNC Member families will receive discounted admission of $8/person or $30/family. I know many kids are fascinated by butterflies, so they […]

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Ypsilanti Heritage Festival Highlights the Weekend Roundup

This weekend’s events are highlighted by the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival, but there are still other great events around town. The Ypsilanti Heritage Festival started at noon today and continues through 6p on Sunday. Saturday’s festival kicks off with the parade at 10a while Sunday’s events conclude with the Duck Race at 5p. In between there is lots of entertainment, crafts, and more […]

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