Walmart has top beauty brands on sale now
Walmart has hot summer deals on popular beauty skin care products. Find great savings on beauty essentials for clear, healthy skin. Prepare for the summer sun with these new arrivals and save on beauty brands including Summer Camp, Juice Beauty, Patchology and more. Grab your blemish clearing solutions kit by Juice Beauty and your shimmering liquid bronzers By Terry Tea to enjoy a tanned face and body. Find great summer beauty brands below:Mario Badescu Skin Care Facial Spray with Aloe, Cucumber and Green Tea 2 oz $5.00Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe,Herbs and Rosewater, 4 oz.mlive.com
Metro Detroit therapy camp helps kids talk about their mental health
Getting our teenagers to talk about their feelings is difficult, especially if they’re struggling. But checking in on our children’s mental health is vital, and if they won’t talk to us, then where can they go where they might feel comfortable sharing?
Clare-Gladwin career education summer camp nearly triples enrollment
CLARE COUNTY, MI - Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education roughly tripled enrollment for its 2021 CTE Summer Camp after a two-year hiatus, according to a news release. “Unavoidable site logistics” and the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the vocational program from putting on the camp for the past two summers, according to the release. “The camp was phenomenal,” Johnson said. “The turnout was up, the kids were excited and the staff did a great job demonstrating what CTE is all about.”The camp was held Monday, June 21 through Wednesday, June 23, according to the release. “We taught them the essentials of babysitting, the ins and outs of law enforcement, the principles of design and safety in the kitchen.mlive.com
Now is the perfect time to start thinking about summer plans for your kids
Now is the time to start thinking about summer plans for the kids in your life. YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit has options for kids that can help make their summer magical. She also said that if you sign up for day camp now, they’ll waive the $25 registration fee, as well as saving $20 per week. Summer camp is more important now than ever, and the YMCA staff hopes getting back outside will give kids the chance to engage with their peers again. Summer camp programs will get back outside and give them the chance to go swimming, do archery and keep constantly engaged.
Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation summer camp registration begins Monday
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Monday, the city of Ann Arbor will open registration for summer day camps at Argo and Gallup canoe liveries, Buhr Park Pool and Huron Hills Golf Course. Camps will begin in June and are hosted by Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation. Argo River CampTeenage community members can spend the day exploring parts of the Huron River. Huron Hills Golf CourseYoung golfers from age 8 to 15-years-old can take part in two-week junior golf camps at the Huron Hills Golf Course. Camp hours: Monday-Thursday, 8-10 a.m.; 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; 1-3 p.m.Camp fees: $160 per two-week sessionHuron Hills Golf Course 3465 E. Huron River Dr.
Experience drive-thru Halloween light show near Ann Arbor
Medical specialty camp for children with serious health challenges North Star Reach will host a Drive-Thru Halloween Glow & Lights Show this season. The drive through the camp will feature spook-tacular illuminated displays, a wooded wonderland and singing jack-o'-lanterns. Tickets are $25 per car and all proceeds benefit North Star Reach, which provides a free summer camp experience for families with children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses. (©John Baird 2020 | North Star Reach)Dates and times:Friday, Oct. 23rd | 7 p.m.–9 p.m.Friday, Oct. 30th | 7 p.m.–9 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 31st | 7 p.m.–9 p.m.Sunday, Nov. 1st | 6 p.m.–8 p.m. North Star Reach is at 1200 University Camp Drive in Pinckney.
Detroit Tigers lineup: Is tonights exhibition lineup a preview for Opening Day?
CINCINNATI, Ohio Are the Detroit Tigers offering a glimpse of their full Opening Day lineup today during their first exhibition game against the Cincinnati Reds? LATEST: Daniel Norris cleared to rejoin Detroit Tigers after positive COVID-19 testAll nine of the teams presumed everyday starters are in the lineup for Tuesday nights game. Heres how the lineup breaks down:Niko Goodrum, SS Jonathan Schoop, 2B Miguel Cabrera, DH C.J. 2 and Cron at cleanup puts the teams two best hitters in the two most important lineup slots. The four new additions -- Schoop, Cron, Maybin and Romine -- give the Tigers much more power and depth throughout the lineup.
Daniel Norris cleared to rejoin Detroit Tigers after positive COVID-19 test
DETROIT Pitcher Daniel Norris has been cleared to rejoin the Detroit Tigers after he missed most of summer workouts due to a positive coronavirus (COVID-19) test. READ: How will Tigers fill final rotation spots after Jordan Zimmermann injury? The 27-year-old left-hander revealed his positive COVID-19 test July 10 after he was absent from the teams workouts at Comerica Park. Norris was cleared to rejoin the 60-man player pool Tuesday, but the Tigers announced he would participate in a workout at Comerica Park. Daniel Norris #44 of the Detroit Tigers works up a baseball during the third inning of a game against the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park on August 29, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan.
How will Detroit Tigers fill final rotation spots after Jordan Zimmermann injury?
DETROIT When spring training resumed at the start of July, the Detroit Tigers had their starting rotation set in stone. Nobody wanted to see Zimmermann suffer another injury, but his time in Detroit has been a disaster any way you slice it. Split Fulmer and AlexanderProposed rotation: Boyd, Turnbull, Fulmer, Alexander, NovaThe option that seems most likely is the Tigers simply split up Fulmer and Alexander. Beau Burrows #37 of the Detroit Tigers pitches during the Detroit Tigers Summer Workouts at Comerica Park on July 6, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. Casey Mize #74 of the Detroit Tigers pitches during the Detroit Tigers Summer Workouts at Comerica Park on July 6, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan.
5 ways Detroit Tigers appear to be much better this year after week of intrasquad games
DETROIT The Detroit Tigers have offered live streams of their intrasquad games for about a week now, and while the rules are loose and the results come with an asterisk, its blatantly obvious this team is much better than a year ago. READ: Predicting the full Tigers 30-man roster one week before the season beginsBack in February, I predicted that the Tigers could be 15-20 games better than their 47-114 record this season. After watching the Tigers intrasquad games from Saturday through Thursday (five games total), here are five positive observations. Cron of a home run during the Detroit Tigers' intrasquad game July 13, 2020, at Comerica Park. Cron #26 (L) of the Detroit Tigers is greeted at home plate by teammate Jonathan Schoop #8 after he hit a home run during the Detroit Tigers Summer Workouts at Comerica Park on July 11, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan.
Elite Detroit Tigers prospect Riley Greene makes ridiculous homer-robbing catch in intrasquad game
DETROIT Make no mistake about it: The Detroit Tigers drafted Riley Greene because of his skills at the plate. The Tigers drafted Greene No. 5 overall in 2019 because he projects to be an elite hitter, but during Mondays intrasquad game, it was his glove that stole the show. Greene drifted back to his right, timed his jump perfectly and snatched the ball before it could land in the bullpen. It looks like the Tigers have a future star waiting in the wing whenever Greene rises to the MLB level.
Heres how ace Matt Boyd, top prospect Casey Mize performed in Detroit Tigers intrasquad game
DETROIT Ace Matt Boyd squared off against elite prospect Casey Mize on Thursday at Comerica Park as the Detroit Tigers held their second intrasquad game. pic.twitter.com/pcwNqRf07L Detroit Tigers (@tigers) July 8, 2020Pitching was the story of the second game, as the teams best MLB arm took the mound against MLBs No. Boyd looked much sharper in his second inning of work, retiring Schwindel and Greiner before a two-out single from Willi Castro. Since he got through six batters on just 16 pitches, the Tigers had Mize face Bonifacio to get some extra work. Mize finished the game with 23 pitches and three strikeouts in two perfect innings, spanning seven outs.
Ann Arbor-based theater starts online drama camp for kids
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Wild Swan Theater, an Ann Arbor nonprofit that aims to make theater more accessible, will be hosting two virtual summer camp programs for kids in Camp DoYaWanna Online. Kids age 8-10 are invited to participate in the Playmakers camp while kids age 11-13 can join in the Storymakers program. Both camps will feature a daily Zoom meeting with Wild Swan teacher and Co-Artistic Director, Sandy Ryder. As the camp is 100% virtual, both programs at Camp DoYaWanna Online are open to kids anywhere in the world. You can find more information and details on how to register at Wild Swan Theaters website, here.
This virtual camp includes 1,200 videos and experiences -- and they’re all free
Summer camp might not be an option this year, but YouTube has created a free #CampYouTube, so as to re-create common camp experiences through YouTube videos. These include arts and crafts, sports, writing workshops, photography tutorials, mental health exercises, exploring the outdoors and SO much more — seriously, there are about 1,200 videos in total. Any interest in learning how to make a ping pong ball float? Plus, YouTube uses resources for its videos from partners like the BBC, Imagination Library, Code.org, Breakthrough Junior Challenge, Google Arts and Culture, National Geographic Society, Sesame Street and others. “These resources are not meant to replace homework assigned by teachers, but meant to complement that work,” YouTube states on its camp website.
Ann Arbors Safety Town summer camps go virtual in July
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Starting July 13, young children can participate in Ann Arbors Safety Town virtual week-long summer camps. Visit the registration website for more information or to register for a virtual Safety Town camp. Safety Town camps are typically held for eight weeks every summer at Dicken Elementary School. The Ann Arbor Safety Town program began in 1979 to educate kindergarteners and has evolved over the past 40 years. The program is overseen by the Ann Arbor Public Schools Community Education and Recreation Department and works in partnership with the Ann Arbor police and fire departments.
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum launches Camp-at-Home program
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum in downtown Ann Arbor has launched a new program to make sure that children in the area are engaging with science while at home. Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum and Leslie Science & Nature Center members will only pay $35. As of now, four different Camp-at-Home sessions have been announced:AAHOM is offering optional add-ons for purchase along with the Camp-at-Home experiences. Currently, there are STEM starter kits available for $45 and art starter kits available for $35. Learn more about the Camp-at-Home sessions and starter kits here.
Tech Time: North Star Reach campers and parents offer advice on staying calm during pandemic
DETROIT On Sundays segment of Tech Time North Star Reach campers and parents are talking about ways to stay calm and relaxed during the coronavirus pandemic. You can watch the segment in the video player above. Previous coverage on North Star Reach campers:
Ann Arbor YMCA expands in-person summer camp opportunities
ANN ARBOR The Ann Arbor YMCA has expanded its in-person and virtual summer day camps for kids ages 5-16. Starting the week of July 6, in-person, full-day camps will be held in locations in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Pinckney. Virtual day camps will begin the week of June 15. In-person camps include:Camp Birkett - 9141 Dexter-Townhall Road, PinckneyThe full-day camp runs 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the shores of Silver Lake. The camp location will be moved to the Ann Arbor YMCA from Aug. 24-28.
Ann Arbor YMCA announces virtual, in-person summer programs
ANN ARBOR While the Ann Arbor YMCA has had to reimagine its 2020 summer camp season due to the ongoing health crisis, it has announced it will be offering virtual and in-person programming this season. In-person camps will take place at locations in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Pinckney. According to the Y, registration for in-person programming is limited to essential workers. The camp location will be moved to the Ann Arbor YMCA from Aug. 24-28. Campers can take part in optional virtual programming guided by YMCA Day Camp staff.
With in-person summer camps canceled, Ann Arbor Art Center announces virtual art camp
ANN ARBOR The Ann Arbor Art Center has announced the cancellation of its in-person summer programming due to federal and state guidelines surrounding the coronavirus. In lieu of in-person art camps, the Art Center has launched ArtBox: Summer Camp Edition. ArtBox Summer Camp Edition flyer. (Ann Arbor Art Center)Registration is now open for the 3-day virtual art camp sessions. On June 3, the next five Camp Edition ArtBoxes and their corresponding virtual camp sessions will be posted on the Art Centers website.
Kids can get a summer camp experience without leaving home
Summer is right around the corner and this is the time when parents are looking for the perfect camp for their kids to attend. With the pandemic, many of those options are not available this year, but there is a way for kids to still have a good camp experience. Smart Buddies Camp Box offers a way for kids to play games, connect with other campers and enjoy a fun time from home. Sharmi Albrecht, CEO of Smart Buddies Virtual Camp in a Box, spoke to Tati Amare about how the experience works. Watch the video above to learn how to enroll your kids in Smart Buddies Virtual Camp.
Henry Ford Museum extends closures due to coronavirus pandemic
DEARBORN, Mich. The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn announced Friday that it will remain closed through June 28 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. MORE: Coronavirus in Michigan: Heres where we stand as of Saturday morningIn addition to the museum closure the institutions 2020 Summer Camps are also canceled. Officials say a new task force has been established to develop a phased reopening plan for the museum that focuses on protecting public health and safety. The museum has been closed since March and announced employee lay offs in April. Visit the museums website here for more information regarding their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.