The Weekend Round-Up Jan 21, 22 & 23

Are you surviving the winter cold or have you decided to hibernate till spring? Well here's a few FREE and FUN events going on this weekend that might get you and your kiddos out of the house for a day of family fun.

Saturday January 22 from 10am to 11am
Bring the kids into any Lowe's store and build a FREE wooden project. Each participant also receives a free apron, goggles, a project themed patch, and a certification of merit upon completion of their project. Be sure to register before hand, to ensure your spot, projects are limited.

Every Saturday from 11am to 3pm Lakeshore Learning stores have free crafts for kids. Come in this Saturday with your child to make a create a Weather Forecaster Dial.

Not Quite Free but Just as Fun!

Friday January 21, at 10am
Detroit Tigers Spirit Day at the Detroit Science Center
Pitchers Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander will be stopping by at 10 a.m. to take part in some electrifying demonstrations in the DTE Energy Sparks Theater, then participate in the Chrysler Science Stage show Going Green.* Scherzer and Oliver will help illustrate important green topics such as recycling and composting. Any visitor wearing Detroit Tigers apparel that day will receive $3 off an adult admission or $2 off a child admission. This offer may not be combined with other discounts or group rates.*Players and program details subject to change.
Friday, January 21st from 9am-4pm & Saturday, January 22 from 10a-4pm
This weekend Jan. 22 is our Water Color Your World. Join us as we put out our easels for you to create your own water color. We will also have our Art Scavenger Hunt available for you to find artistic creations throughout the exhibits. Don't forget your admission includes a planetarium show. Winter Night Skies is now playing.
Sunday, January 23 Noon-4pm
The Detroit Institute of Art Family Performance: Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds
At 2:00 PM Mime, Puppetry, Irish drumming, improvisational acting and dialects are combined to perform tales about Dragons, Enchantment and heroic folks who solve complicated problems. To weave these tales, Roan draws from her own cultural background—Native American, Scots-Irish, Italian and French—and respectfully borrows from other cultures, oral tradition and the written word.
Other activities included
Drop-In Workshop: Printmaking from Noon–4 p.m.
Drawing in the Galleries for Adults and Youth from Noon–4 p.m.
* See the This Week at the DIA handout at any Information Desk


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