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Playground Round-up

County Farm Park 2230 Platt Rd. This park’s large play structure is awesome for big kids while younger kids will enjoy the play tractor, sand area and swings. Take a walk through the prairie or woods on gravel paths and stop at the exercise stations to stretch. Two parking areas are available off of Medford

Living Fatherhood

Sean Terrell Ann Arbor I have the chance to see the process of (my son’s) development, as he comes into his own independence. I impart knowledge to him so he can be an active thinker and great contributor in life. I love hearing him talk and seeing parts of me in him. My father was

Summer camp guide 2

Check out these fabulous camps and let the fun begin! See part 1 of the Summer Camp Guide here CampPurrs Tiny Lions Lounge and Adoption Center Cat Café 5245 Jackson Rd. humaneed@hshv.org tinylions.org/camppurrs Age range: 9-17 Staff/camper ratio: 1:6 Dates/times: Monday – Friday, 9:30am-12pm July 10-14, July 24-28, August 7-11, August 21-25 Cost: $125 What

Out-of-the-box Birthday Gifts

With a non-traditional birthday party, you may want to give a non-traditional gift. Todays parents and kids are inundated with toys and videos. Here are a few fresh ideas: Experiences: at the top of the wish list are memberships to The Toledo Zoo, Imagination Station, and the Toledo Museum of Art. With a membership, you

The Best Sweet Treats for Birthday Celebrations

You can’t have a birthday party unless sweet treats are a part of the celebration. Ann Arbor Family has curated some favorite spots around Washtenaw County that offer the ultimate desserts. From cake and pie to hand-made ice creams, we’ve got your birthday boy or girl covered! Benny’s Bakery bennysbakerycakes.com 111 W. Michigan Ave., Saline

An interview with Ypsilanti author Amy Shrodes

Amy Shrodes, an Ypsilanti resident, is the co-author of the children’s book, Lost and Found Cat: The True Story of Kunkush’s Incredible Journey. The book tells the true story of one cat’s journey to be reunited with his war-torn family. Shrodes played an integral part in the reunion of a cat, Kunkush, and his refugee