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Kids in the Kitchen: Dog Biscuits

These doggies biscuits were the perfect craft for AV and her daddy.  Cooking/Crafting in the name of our furry friends often is the best way to connect with a younger child.  She enjoyed rolling the dough and cutting it into bone shapes, and was also excited to use Photoshop to design her label. Daddy was […]

Moose Tree Nature Center Classes in Lake Orion Read more

Moose Tree Nature Center Classes in Lake Orion

Moose Tree Nature Center in Lake Orion is again offering Homeschool classes. March 8 MICHIGAN SIGNS AND SYMBOLS: Discover all of Michigan’s State Symbols and look into some of the history of the state of Michigan. April 12 COOL CHEMISTRY: Chemistry is not only for special people in special laboratories. It is everywhere, involved with […]

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Homeschool Day at Splash Universe

Homeschoolers, Are you ready for a mini spring break at Splash Universe in Dundee ? Splash Universe is opening early for homeschoolers Friday, March 16. Doors open at 12 noon and for $9.95 per swimmer, $6.95 spectator  your family can come out and splash your winter blues away! There must be at least  75 paid […]

2012 Spring Book Fair in Farmington Hills Read more

2012 Spring Book Fair in Farmington Hills

The Homeschooling Works Spring Book Fair is the most popular book fair event! Vendors will be coming from as far away as South Carolina and Wisconsin and as close as Livonia and Lake Orion to fill nearly 15,000 square feet with home school curriculum and materials. Workshops on a variety of topics are included. You […]

Underground Railroad Lectures Read more

Underground Railroad Lectures

Explore Michigan’s history of the Underground Railroad through a series of lectures being offered at area libraries through the month of February. Wednesday, February 22, 2012 7:00PM – 8:30PM Northward Bound: Oakland County’s Role in the Abolitionist and Underground Railroad Movement in Michigan, 1820s – 1870s Professor Rochelle E. Danquah, a Farmington resident and Underground […]