Home Education Week in Michigan - culminating with 2020 Digital Day @ the Dome!

May 11 - 15 - Michigan State Capitol

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In the state of Michigan, we are blessed to have the freedoms we do to home educate. However, these freedoms are continually being challenged. That is why it is vital we continue to encourage our state government to support our educational goals while also reminding them of our desire for limited government in our lives.  With that in mind, please join us for:

Home Education Week in Michigan – May 11-15

Culminating with “Digital Day @ the Dome” on Friday, May 15

Lansing is coming to you! We would love for you to join us online the week of Monday May 11-15 for our Michigan Home Education week activities! This will be a free week-long event full of digital engagement- Michigan history and civics lessons, virtual field trips, live events, directed prayer time for our elected officials, and much more… all culminating in a Homeschool Freedom Rally on Friday. Stay tuned to find out more!

This will be a family-friendly event full of virtual learning, prayer, engagement, and building bridges with our legislators. If you care about our freedoms and want to take part in this important process of engagement with state officials, please join us!



  • 2020 Day Under the Dome Family Pass

    Begins at 11am Thursday, May 14. Purchase one pass for your entire family-- includes special DUTD program, visits to legislators’ offices, tours, and other field trip opportunities, a prayer walk, and Homeschool Freedom Rally on the Capitol steps.

    No longer available


  • Day Under the Dome - Shirt or Tote Bag

    Day Under the Dome shirts and bags are a great way to unify our families and bring a larger awareness of our presence to the state capitol.

    No longer available
  • Day Under the Dome - Lunch

    Box lunch for 1 person will include sandwich, fruit, chips, cookie, and dessert.

    No longer available


  • Check-In and T-shirt pick-up begins (Central United Methodist Church)

    2:00 PM — 2:00 PM

  • Program – Zan Tyler (Central United Methodist Church)

    3:00 PM — 3:00 PM

  • Lunchtime Briefing (Central United Methodist Church)

    4:00 PM — 4:00 PM

  • Legislative visits and field trips

    5:30 PM — 7:30 PM

  • Leadership summit (Radisson)

    5:30 PM — 7:00 PM

  • Prayer walk around the capitol (Capitol Ave and Ottawa St)

    7:35 PM — 7:35 PM

  • Homeschool Freedom Rally-Zan Tyler (Capitol Steps)

    8:00 PM — 9:00 PM

  • Leader and Legislator Dinner (Radisson)

    9:30 PM — 9:30 PM


Michigan State Capitol