The AWESOME Go To Guide For Fall Family Fun

Fall is definitely in the air! We’ve been working on a number of articles to make your family planning for Fall events and activities easier. Here’s a quick recap of what we’ve published so far this fall: FALL FAMILY FUN Fall Festival Guide Fall “Must Do” Places To Take The Kids Guide To U-Pick Apple Orchards & Pumpkin Patches 33 Things To Put On
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Weekend Picks for the Kalamazoo Parent – October 2, 2015

HAPPY OCTOBER! The chill is in the air and it’s definitely feeling like fall. I’ve even seen some leaves starting to turn color. We’ve been busy all September compiling lists to help make your fall family planning fun. Make sure you check out website for articles such as our Harvest Festival Guide, our 33 ideas on our fall bucket list, and fall “must do”
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WIN-A Family Four Pass To Harvest Moon Acres

This past weekend my seven year old son and I headed out to Harvest Moon Acres for our annual visit for fall family fun. We were looking forward to our visit and had a great day to explore all of the activities at Harvest Moon Acres. My son loved the great activities, especially the family friendly corn maze. We made a fun afternoon of doing
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What You Want To Know About Read and Write Kalamazoo 

  Did you know there is an organization dedicated to improving the reading, writing and creative skills of students in Kalamazoo County and that YOUR student has access to their programs? There is! And it RAWKS! Read and Write Kalamazoo (RAWK) was founded 3 years ago to give students, parents, volunteers, and educators a resource for strengthening the academic skills of children while building
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