The Detroit Children’s Museum launches DPS Family Saturdays with an exciting “March is Reading Month” theme!

On Saturday, March 29 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Detroit Public Schools and the Detroit Children’s Museum will launch DPS Family Saturdays.

DPS students ages 4-10 and their families are invited to attend a FREE event to explore the Detroit Children’s Museum gallery; view planetarium shows; win free prizes and more!

In honor of March is Reading Month, the theme for this month’s DPS Family Day is “Dr. Seuss and Eric Carle.” A different theme will be held monthly at the museum, located at 6134 Second Avenue.

Upcoming DPS Family Saturdays and their themes will be

  • Saturday, April 26; Theme: Bugs, Bugs, and more Bugs.
  • Saturday, May 10; Theme: Family Gardening.
  • Saturday, June 28; Theme: Independence Days from Around the World.
  • Saturday, July 26; Theme: The Dog Days of Summer.

All of these events and activities are free and available only to DPS families. Children must be chaperoned by an adult.

Call (313) 873-8100 for more details.

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