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Detroit boasts a hot lineup of family and learning deals this week

Photo: David Tansey/Flickr
Photo: David Tansey/Flickr


If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this week? From roller staking to an etiquette course, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.

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Up to 53% Off Roller Skating

From the RollerCade deal description:

This family-friendly roller skating rink has been family-owned for 60 years and features special themed nights throughout the week. Deal includes open skate with skate rental, pizza and soda.

Where: RollerCade, 2130 S. Schaefer Highway, Southwest Detroit
Price: $11.50 for Two (41% discount off regular price); $20.50 for Four (47% discount off regular price); $32 for Six (45% discount off regular price)
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Up to 51% Off Clue-Gathering Walking Adventure Game

From the 3Quest Challenge deal description:

This digital scavenger hunt adventure tour sends groups through city to solve puzzles, gather clues and complete challenges with help of guide.

Where: 3Quest Challenge, 199 W. Jefferson Ave., Downtown Detroit
Price: $19.50 for Two (51% discount off regular price); $40.50 for Four (49% discount off regular price); $61.50 for Six (48% discount off regular price)
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Up to 47% Off Tea Etiquette at Pearls Tea & Company

From the Pearls Tea & Company deal description:

This service provide coaches that are committed to teaching the art of tea party etiquette for one hour.

Where: Pearls Tea & Company, 553 E. Jefferson Ave., Downtown Detroit
Price: $45 for One Person (40% discount off regular price); $79 for Two People (47% discount off regular price)
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