“My youngest got it, and seeing him so sick, I could not imagine … if (Social Tykes) opened and unknowingly exposed another child or family and brought that home,” the Macomb Township resident and entrepreneur said.
As of March 2, Fisher was working toward opening an indoor playground for kids up to 6 years old. Social Tykes was to offer open play time for a daily or monthly fee. It also had movement classes for parents and kids and a two- to five-hour drop-in child care program. She looked at a summer debut at 1620 Michigan Ave. in The Corner development on the site of the former Tiger Stadium in Detroit’s Corktown.
The business plan was moving forward, but in late March, after filing for a building permit to outfit the space for a play area and coworking space for parents, Fisher’s project came to a halt as Gov. Gretchen