Southfield Boo at the Burgh – Friday, October 22, 2021 from 5:30-8:30p (4 sessions) & Saturday, October 23, 2021 from 3:30p-8:30p (6 sessions). At Burgh Historical Park (NE Corner of Civic Center Park & Berg Rd, 248-796-5000)
Walk through the beautiful Burgh Historical park and enjoy the sights of Halloween. There will be trick or treating stations throughout the park. All ages are welcome, but everyone that enters must pay the admission fee. Each family must have an adult present. This is an outdoor event hosted by Southfield Parks & Recreation. More info…
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Stony Creek Metropark Easter Egg Scramble – Visit the nature center for games and crafts to keep your little one busy while they wait for their turn to visit the Easter bunny. He’ll be hard at work in his workshop, but not too busy to stop and visit with your child and get a memorable photo. After visiting with the Easter Bunny, come outside for an egg-citing egg scramble. The egg scramble will be grouped by age. Upon arrival check-in so we can assign your child’s egg scramble time.. Ages 0-10. $6 per child / Adults are FREE . Pre-registration is required online or by calling 586-781-9113. A Metroparks daily or annual vehicle pass is required to enter any Metropark. Daily & annual vehicle permits are on sale NOW. You can pick one up at metroparks.com OR visit your local Metropark today.
West Bloomfield Twp Recreation Activities Center Earth Day Celebration – 7th Annual Earth Day Celebration! Recycled crafts, hikes, live animal interactions, vendor activities and displays, and much more. This is a FREE event. Preregistration required. Hosted by www.wbparks.org.
Waterford Earth Day Clean-Up – at Various Waterford Parks. Parks and Rec will supply each park with garbage bags and cleanup equipment. Call 248-674-5441 to sign up for a park. Time slots are available all day. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Hosted by Waterford Parks and Recreation. Call 248-674-6201 for details. Sign up here.
Royal Oak Earth Day Fair – A rally and fair with dozens of displays by environmental and conservation groups. Hosted by turnoaklandcountygreen.com.
Ferndale Earth Day Earth Day Celebration – DIY Seed Bombs, recycling event for athletic shoes & children’s clothing,food truck 2p-4p, and DIY rainbarrel workshop. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Troy Stage Nature Center Earth Day Celebration – Activities, projects, information, and games to learn about recycling, pollution, native plants, and helping wildlife. To maintain social distancing, families and small “bubble” groups will move through activities on their own and not with a large group. Dress for the weather as most activities will be outside. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Each participant must enroll and pay the fee. Ages 5+. $10. Hosted by Stage Nature Center. For more info, visit stagenaturecenter.org or troynaturesociety.org.
Rochester Hills Earth Day Celebration – Local musician Guy Lewis will perform upbeat songs about the earth. Earth Day treats and games will be available. Those interested also can help plant garden beds outside the church to raise fresh produce for the Rochester Area Neighborhood House food pantry. This is a FREE event. For more information, call 248-651-6550.
Stony Creek Metropark Fireworks – at Stony Creek Metropark 586-781-4242, metroparks.com. Plan to arrive early for this popular fireworks event. Spend the day at the park picnicking, enjoying the beach or hitting the Trippo Waterslide and then stay for an amazing fireworks show at dusk. A Metroparks vehicle pass is required to enter any Metropark. Vehicle permits are on sale NOW. You can pick one up at metroparks.com OR visit your local Metropark today.