Weekend Picks for the Kalamazoo Parent-August 29, 2014

  Happy Labor Day Weekend! Where did this summer go? There’s plenty to do this weekend in and around Kalamazoo for families. Hope you enjoy the long weekend! For this weekend, consider… FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY   Lunchtime Live! Friday, August 29 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at Bronson Park in Kalamazoo.  The “Lunchtime Live!” summer event series is back by popular demand!
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Where To Take Dance Classes Around Kalamazoo

    Do you have a child who loves the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance?” Have they been twirling and jiving around the house over the summer and now want to put all those moves to good use? Dance helps children develop discipline and focus in a fun setting. So, even if your child is not destined to be the next
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Our Top 5 Reason Why We Love John Ball Zoo And Your Chance To Win Tickets!

    “Thank you so much for taking me here!” This is the exact quote from my now six year old as we drove into the parking lot of the John Ball Zoo in late July. We love this zoo. Why? Because not only does it have great animals to see, but also because there are so many adventures which add to the great
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Things You’ve Wanted To Know About Becoming A Girl Scout

Busy Times? Are you juggling children, work and a happy home life while trying to teach your children all of life’s important lessons? Girl Scouts engages every life skill discipline. Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan offers a well-rounded program of unplugged, hands-on adventures that stimulate, educate and delight girls.   Why You Should Choose Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan? Cherishing Her. Girl Scouts is
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