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Winter Bucket List with Kids

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The short days can make the winter feel long, but not when you’re having fun! Here are 8 ways to pass the time with fun activities and events around town!


Winter Sports
Put on the hat, mittens and gloves and get ready to skate, sled and ski.


Take A Trip Downtown

Plan a special trip downtown for a winter festival, the Auto Show or parade!


See A Show

We spend countless hours watching these shows on television and this winter you can get out of the house and see them live on stage! Let your littles experience the excitement of seeing their animated favorites in person at one of these fun shows!


#150hoursoutside Project

Have you heard about the #150hoursoutside Project on social media? Families are making an effort to spend more time outside in 2019 and we aren’t waiting for warmer weather to get our hours in. Bundle up, check out our Metro Detroit Family Hiking Guide and get ready to play!


Celebrate Black History Month (February)
Learn more about the life and accomplishments of black Americans throughout the month of February at museums around town.


Visit A Library For National Reading Month (March)

March is National Reading Month and planning a visit to the library is a great way to get out of the house and keep in from the cold. Below are some of our readers favorite books to check out. You can also plan a special trip to Detroit with these fun National Reading Month activities.


Do Something Sweet

Show your kids how maple syrup is made and bring some home with you!


Get Ready for Summer

If you’re over the chilly temps and multiple layers of clothing, we’ve got a pool with your name on it.


For MORE EVENTS happening this weekend, please check out our full EVENT CALENDAR!




About Carrie Budzinski

Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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