Kalamazoo resident and father of two was understandably sickened and heartbroken when he took his children to Farrell Park off Rose and Frank Streets over the weekend and found the slides tagged with racist graffiti
A free pancake breakfast will be served and there will be plenty of fun, family friendly activities for kids of all ages. Staff and instructors will be on hand to answer any and all questions you have about this unique learning institution.
It's barely July and we have already seen some really high temperatures this summer. With recent news of a baby succumbing to heatstroke in a parked vehicle, it's a grim reminder that the heat is no joke, and its' affects happen quickly. We know that we shouldn't leave children o…
According to Henderson Castle, each class is hands on and all the tools and ingredients are provided. The classes are for children between the ages of 7 and 14. Parents are encouraged to attend and watch from outside of the kitchen. Tickets are $49 per student for the three hour class.
Nearly 10,000 children in our community who are food insecure. The problem is made even worse over the summer, as the meals provided during school are not made available to them. Meet Up and Eat Up hopes to fill that gap.