Monday, July 23, 2012
The church held their annual LEGO block party on Saturday, July 21.
It was a LEGO extravaganza on Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn. The church held its second annual LEGO Block Party, with plenty to do for participating families. Dearborn fire and police vehicles came out for kids to look into, while raffles for visitors and prizes for the best LEGO creations were handed out. Did you attend? Check out the photos, then add your own!
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn will host its annual LEGO event on July 21.
This Saturday, a Dearborn church will become a LEGO Land for the second year in a row. The First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn is hosting its LEGO Block Party on July 21. The event will begin at noon with refreshments and a viewing of the LEGO submissions. A Dearborn fire truck and police vehicle will also be on hand for photos. Prizes will be awarded beginning at 1 p.m., followed by a raffle open to all contestants. Raffle prizes will include Detroit Lions T-shirts, hats, and team photos–and one lucky participant will win an autographed Lions football. A hexbug track, free passes to The Robot Garage, and Little Caesars certificates will also be raffled off. For those looking to get in on the LEGO fun, there's still time to participate–…
Thursday, March 1, 2012
No plans this weekend? We're here to help.
It's the end of the week. You're bored. You want something to do. Dearborn, you've come to the right place. 1. WOMEN'S EXPO Where/When: Ford Community and Performing Arts Center; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday Why Go: This annual expo is all things women! Exhibitors include salons, jewelry vendors, home improvement and more. Proceeds benefit the Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan. Learn more at www.showforwomen.com. Pricing: $3 2. POLISH DANCE PARTY Where/When: O'Kelly Banquet Hall; 6 p.m. Saturday Why Go: Authentic Polish food, and open bar, and live music by Dan Gury & the Dyna Dukes. A table of eight is only $240. Tickets can be purchased at O'Kelly, or by calling 313-580-4407. Pricing: $35 3. GIGGLES & GRUB Where/When: First …
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Not sure where to ship off the kids for camp once school lets out? Here are our top local picks.
With the choice and variety of summer camps available in southeastern Michigan, boredom won't be an option this summer for your kids. A lot of organizations, from the YMCA to your local parks and recreation department, offer dozens of choices for camps, with science, reading, sports, music and more among them. Whether you're looking for an all-around experience or a camp more focused on a particular interest, this list features a few in your town or one very close by. Feel free to add your own, as well: Name: KinderCare Type of camp: General variety Cost: $209 for school-age kids, $246 for pre-K Where: Two locations: KinderCare Learning Center - 3381 Greenfield Road. Dearborn KinderCare - 4900 Evergreen Road When: June 13 to the first week…