Gail Saukas tackles the issue of the ex taking the kids out of the country.
Michele Fife gives quick tips on how to ease heel pain.
Check out Maranda’s top picks in this week’s Five Star Family Fun Update!
The theme of this year’s event is “Things that Pollinate.”
The event is a fundraiser to support refugee programs at Bethany Christian Services.
The United Dairy Industry of Michigan and Milk Means More have some fun recipes to get kids eating more fruits, vegetables, and dairy.
Seniors in a Forest Hills Northern robotics class made a prosthetic arm for four-year-old Maeli.
Community members waltzed into the Frederik Meijer Gardens for an enchanted evening to benefit a great cause.
Summer reading club is free and fun for kids and teens! Maranda explains how to get iinvolved.
Keep your family safe around a backyard fire pit with these tips.
Girls on the Run empowers young girls with positive messages while training for a 5K.
Chloe from Innocademy in Zeeland wrote an essay in honor of Girls on the Run’s millionth girl.
Dry shampoo is a hot beauty product right now, check out the answers to some frequently asked questions about it.
Stay cool with a cold ice tea.
Questions about bargain shopping? Fashion? You can submit thrift shopping/fashion-related questions for Jill from now until June 14.
Pro women golfers drive it to the green, as Firekeepers Casino Hotel gives back to charity.
Question about how to get your kids asleep? Kid-friendly crafts? You can submit family and kid-related questions for Maranda until June 14.
Michael McLeieer from E.S.C.A.P.E. Fire Safety and program coordinator for Operation Save A Life is explaining how education is saving lives…
Check out great options for family fun every single day throughout West Michigan.
The new Paul I. Phillips Boys and Girls Club in Grand Rapids gives teens a place to go during the summer.
Celebration! Cinema is showing six weeks of family-friendly movies that are free for kids.
Ottawa County area schools have unique programs to avoid the “summer slide.”
Rosewood Elementary School in Jenison has program to keep students reading during summer months.
The Summer Reading Club inspires kids to read all summer long.
You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on a fancy gym membership or a dozen workout DVDs. Check out these 10 free workouts!