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Clarkston's downtown, which has been designated a National Historical Site, features a picturesque main street lined with unique shops, businesses and eateries, including the Clarkston Union and Union Woodshop which are such popular dining destinations for people all over metro Detroit that they were even featured on the Food Network. Clarkston holds several events throughout the year including concerts in Depot Park, parades, festivals and an art fair. The historic homes in the city reflect Clarkston's heritage.

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Detroit Zoo Day Camp

This summer, send the kids to a STEM day camp

Summer is almost here, which means parents must once again decide how to fill their children's time during the next three months in a way that is, ideally, productive, constructive, and instructive. This summer, consider one of Oakland County's many STEM day camps offered by institutions like Oakland University and Lawrence Technological University.

The Fortress

Fort Clarkston is a dream for kids and parents alike

Fort Clarkston is an 11,000-square-foot, three-story children's playscape facility and arcade, and it is geared as much towards the parents as it is to the kids. 

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Date Ideas Around Oakland County

This Valentine's Day, skip the old dinner-and-a-movie – not that we don’t love both dinner and movies, but why not mix it up a bit? There are plenty of activities and events going on all around Oakland County so you can make this special day a little more, well...special!

Kimberly LED Lighting opening with Carter Oosterhouse

Hit the Lights! Kimberly LED Lighting Takes the Lead in Fast-Growing Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry

Clarkston-based Kimberly LED Lighting is a family-owned company that specializes in energy-efficient LED lighting for the residential, business, and industrial sectors. The LED market is expected to be a $3 billion market in the next three years.

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Clarkston Jr. High's Digital Blackboard

What do mini laptops, video-streaming pencasts and Charlie Sheen have to do with scholastic achievement? At Clarkston Junior High School, a whole heckuva lot. Jeff Peariso, who teaches algebra and statistics, has piloted a high-tech teaching program for a handful of students, with exciting results.
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