Friday, October 24, 2008

Trunk or Treat

Please note: this is a family friendly kid event. Please be creative in your costumes however scary will not be accepted. Feel free to contact Tricia or Amy ( if you have any questions
Trunk & Treat, 10/31, at Kensington Church, Troy Campus, after Enrichment Hub classes!

Open to all homeschoolers, and your friends! Spread the word! Please give the details below:

1:45: arrive at Kensington Church's West parking lot, with goodies to give
(wrapped candy, pencil, game, stickers, and/or goodie bags)
Children, come in costume!
Directions to Kensington Church found HERE
2:00 - 3:00: children go from parent to parent for trunk & treat fun.
Rain alternative: indoors, hallway of 2nd floor, parents line up to hand out goodies.

Please RSVP families participating, so we may be prepared for the fun.
Email with confirmation or questions.
Reminders below of costume guidelines.

Tricia Ouellette
(248) 835-4203, mobile
(248) 742-8591
Enrichment Hub, coordinator/instructor
Home school support, field trips, classes, community, all welcome!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

October 24, 2008 Cider Mill

Many of our favorite family memories were made here at Yates! This year, we have chosen Yates as our Cider Mill to visit, rain or shine. We can stay mainly indoors if needed.
RSVP with, with the amount attending, including parents. $4 per person. If parents or babes in arms are participating, $4. If they are not participating, they are free & can wait nearby. Please bring cash, for ease.
We meet at 2:00 pm, and enjoy the beauty around Yates (see below). Tour starts at 2:30, and lasts about 1/2 hour. After, we are free to enjoy the surrounding area.
Tours include a short movie that highlights some behind-the-scenes operations at the cider mill. Each group also has the opportunity to watch the cider being pressed. See the cider being made, taste it fresh from our press to you. The tour ends with a donut and a small apple jug of cider for each person!
Fudge Shoppe, ice cream, apples, scrumptious donuts, etc. available to purchase. Two baby goats, beautiful grounds and River flows through (feed the ducks!), and various trails available to enjoy for free.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Friday Field Trip 10/10/2008

Date: Friday October 10, 2008
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Next reminder: The next reminder for this event will be sent in 5 days, 3 minutes.
Location: Troy Historical Village and Museum
Street: 60 W. Wattles Rd.
City State Zip: Troy, MI 48098
Phone: 248.524.3570
Notes: Admission: Free!
Troy Museum has a real working ballot box, for all students to enjoy! We will tour the historical museum and village, do an artifact hunt through out (young ones search for cheddar the mouse). During our tour, vote and enter your ballot in the real, computerized ballot box. At the end of our tour, votes are tallied and winners celebrated. Fun for all ages.

RSVP with Tricia Ouellette at, students names and ages attending. We will meet on the green at 1:45 PM, tour starts at 2:00 PM. Souvenir show will be open for all to enjoy.