Weekend Picks for the Kalamazoo Parent- April 17, 2015

There’s a ton of fun family events happening around Kalamazoo this weekend! So grab the kiddos and head out to one of these fun events. For this weekend, consider…   FOR THIS WEEKEND   Clifford the Big Red Dog Costume Character Storytime Friday, April 17 from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Barnes and Noble in Portage.  Please join us for a special Storytime with Clifford the
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Ford Rouge Factory Tour – A Glimpse At Modern Automobile Making

      We have been wanting to check out the updated Ford Rouge Factory Tour for a while and found the perfect opportunity for a day trip over Spring Break. Our family has made a number of visits to the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in the past, but we wanted to wait until my 6-year old son was a little older to appreciate
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7 Fun Earth Day Events You’ll Want To Check Out

    Did you know that the first Earth Day started on April 22, 1970? Twenty million Americans from all walks of life participate in Earth Day to share their concerns about each citizen’s critical role in the environment. According to the Earth Day Network website, over one billion people in 192 countries participate in Earth Day activities, making it the largest civic observance in the
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Wild Kratts Live! Coming To DeVos Performance Hall

Yes, I can tell you that we have a big Wild Kratts fan in our household. My six-year old son is fascinated with the Wild Kratts show and has watched almost every episode! That’s why we were excited to hear that Wild Kratts Live! will soon be coming to DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids on May 27th for one show at 7:00 pm.  
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