Fire Safety Prevention Month & Fire Station Open Houses

October is National Fire Prevention Month. From Fire Station Open Houses to events with a focus on fire prevention education, there are numerous opportunities for kids and families to attend one of the following events and learn about fire safety. We have loved going to the various Fire Station Open Houses over the years. These are such fun events, especially for the younger kiddos. Plus, it’s a great
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Where To Take Indoor Swim Lessons

    Summer is officially ‘over’, but that doesn’t mean that the opportunity for swim lessons should be! Most parents would agree that swimming is a life skill that all children should have. Swimming has many benefits for kids. Safety is the primary concern, but being comfortable and competent around the water allows children to participate in water sports and to take advantage of
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Weekend Picks for the Kalamazoo Parent-September 27, 2014

  Wow! What awesome weather we have in store for us this weekend. Get out there and enjoy all of the outstanding fall activities and events in our area. We’ve put together our top picks for Kalamazoo families, but there are so many events happening this weekend that you’ll want to check our full Event Calendar.  For this weekend, consider these picks…   FOR THE
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Sid the Science Kid LIVE: Let’s Play! Coming To Miller Auditorium October 9

    Do you have kids that love science or love the great PBS KIDS® television shows? The popular PBS KIDS® television show, Sid the Science Kid, is coming to the live stage. Sid the Science Kid LIVE: Let’s Play! will be at Miller Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. Sid the Science Kid LIVE: Let’s Play! cast and crew will be in
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