Tag Archives: Family

  1. Safe Summer Memories Being Made at the Royal Park Hotel

    Royal Park Hotel Creates Local Summer Tour to Help Families Safely Enjoy the Season

    Family ‘Glamping’, Golf Excursions and Creekside Cabanas are a just a few of the features planned for southeast Michigan travelers this summer at Royal Park Hotel. The hotel, a four-diamond award winning hotel located in Downtown Rochester, recently announced its Travel Like a Local Summer Tour. The themed room and attraction packages are designed to help guests enjoy a Pure Michigan summer with family and friends.

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  2. OU’s Summer Carillon Series returns July 5

    Oakland University’s popular summer carillon concert series, which features carillonneurs from around the world, will return on July 5 and continue for six Fridays.


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  3. Oakland University to present ‘James and the Giant Peach’

    James Henry Trotter cannot escape his mean Aunts Spiker and Sponge — or can he? A magical peach may be his answer!

    Join James and the creatures that he meets on his incredible journey as Oakland University’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance presents James and the Giant Peach on May 17, May 19, June 7 in Varner Recital Hall on the OU campus.

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  4. NEW Location: HealthMarkets – Troy – Eric Zawicki Agency

    HealthMarkets Makes It Easy to SHOP for Health Insurance and Medicare Plans!

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  5. OUCARES hosts Family Fun Day on March 23

    To offer an inclusive day of fun for people with autism spectrum disorders, the Joanne and Ted Lindsay Foundation Autism Outreach Services (OUCARES) is hosting its 16th annual Family Fun Day from noon-4 p.m. on Saturday March 23 at the Oakland University Recreation Center. The event is free and open to all individuals impacted by autism, as well as their families and friends. Read the rest of this entry »

  6. From fairy tales to a rock opera, OU’s 2018-19 theatre season offers ‘something for everyone’

    The Oakland University Department of Theatre will kick off its 2018-19 season on Thursday, Oct. 11 with Into the Woods, a “Once Upon a Time” tale that introduces the hopes and dreams of characters from some of our favorite fairy tales and explores the lengths we go to for our dreams — and the potentially high cost of getting what we want. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Oxford Recovery Center Launches New ARTS Program for Children with Autism

    The team at Oxford Recovery Center is the forerunner addressing the complex presentations of autism and related health conditions. Our team of multidisciplinary professionals works together to create individualized treatment plans that address the needs of the whole patient. We are professionals who recognize the need for outside-the-box thinking to address the needs of patients affected with autism. Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Family creates Shelby Jane Seyburn Foundation in honor of late OU graduate

    Inspired by their daughter’s memory, the parents of an Oakland University graduate and psychology major who was killed last June in a car crash on I-75 have established the Shelby Jane Seyburn Foundation as a way to keep their daughter’s legacy alive while continuing to support the research she was passionate about at OU.

    “Shelby was a kind, generous, passionate, strong and intelligent person,” said Marc Seyburn, Shelby’s father. “It was her passion for the Posttraumatic Growth lab at Oakland University that inspired us to create the foundation. Shelby had a vision for the PTG program, and we wanted to help support that vision because there are so many people that could be affected by this research.” Read the rest of this entry »

  9. Help Children in Need Of Therapies, Chance to Win Hawaii Cruise

    Purchase a raffle for a Hawaiian Cruise for two including air. Tickets are $50 and only 1,000 will be sold. Proceeds help children in need of therapies that are not covered by insurance. Learn more about Oxford Kids Foundation at https://oxfordkidsfoundation.org

  10. Lactation rooms available for parents in need at Oakland University

    In an ongoing effort to meet the changing needs of students, faculty and staff, Oakland University now offers three private lactation rooms for nursing mothers who are looking for a safe space on campus to pump or feed their child, whether it’s by bottle or breast.

    The rooms are located on the second floor of the Engineering Center, on the third floor of Pawley Hall, and on the fourth floor of the Human Health Building. Each room has been designed to provide a clean, secure and user-friendly environment for parents on campus. Read the rest of this entry »

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