Outdoor Activities For Kids in WinterBy Margaux Deverhttps://www.dahlemcenter.org/ Now that we covered all of the serious stuff in part one of our blog take-over, it’s time for some fun! Outdoor adventures in the wintertime are very special. This time of year
Earlier in January, we spilled the beans about one of Michigan’s best-kept secrets – the Michigan Activity Pass. If you missed that blog post, you can check it out here: Michigan’s Best Kept Secret: The Michigan Activity Pass Searching the MAP
Outdoor Adventures with Kids in Winter – Dahlem Center’s Blog TakeoverBy Margaux Deverhttps://www.dahlemcenter.org/ So many studies have shown the importance of spending time in nature, for our physical health, mental health, and even the health of our planet. But when
Hiking is one of those outside activities that can be fun in any season. Whether long or short, on paved trails or winding dirt paths through the forest, Jackson County has countless locations to head out on a kid-friendly hike.
UPDATE: Unfortunately we have to CANCEL our January Meet-up due to frigid temperatures. We will announce a new date soon! Right from our homepage, we try to make the mission of Wonder and Wander – Jackson obvious: Adventure. Explore. Connect.
We have been keeping a secret from you and waiting for just the right moment to share it. These long winter days filled with gray skies seemed like the perfect time to share what we think is one of Michigan’s
It is time to fill up your calendars as storytimes return to the Jackson District Library starting this week! Per the JDL Social Media Pages:Storytimes will run weekly from January 10 to February 25 at the following branches:Henrietta Branch: Tuesdays,
As I mentioned in my last post, the word I selected as my word of the year for 2022 is OUTSIDE. I also noted that I would share more about this word choice, and I wanted to do so before
Hello to you, and hello to 2022! I don’t know about you – but 2021 really went out like a bull in a china shop. We all got the non-covid, non-flu virus that’s going around (and we’re still trying to