Breaking down the best fall events with j'adore Detroit

There is a plethora of events happening this weekend and the weekends that follow, but which ones are worth the time?    
    
Joining FOX 2 is Candice Simons, president of j'adore Detroit, a website that has all of the happenings.

They provided the following list:
 
Oct 19th - Do you know what is better than cider? Hard Cider. Tonight from 7pm-10pm is the Second Annual Cider Slush Festival in Eastern Market.  The event includes: hard cider, cider slushy drinks, donuts, food trucks and live entertainment. All attendees will receive 10 hard cider samples and two cider slushy drinks. The event is 21+ and general admission is $30. Tickets can be purchased on www.Eventbrite.com. 
 
Oct 20th- Saturday is a huge day for college football in Michigan. At noon, The University of Michigan and Michigan State will go head-to-head at MSU for one of the biggest sports rivalry in The Big 10. Beacon Park is hosting a family friendly tailgate party from 10 am - 4 pm.  Attendees can enjoy watching the game on the big screen, play in a cornhole tournament, food trucks, bars by Lumen Detroit and music. Tailgaters can register for the cornhole tournament via the FB events page. Winners of the tournament will take home tickets to either the U of M vs OSU or U of M vs Penn State game.  
 
Oct 26th- Put on a mask and head to The Dequinder Cut Freight Yard for Soiree: Masquerade on The Greenway. The event is from 6pm-10pm and includes a harvest feast and an art show under the stars. There will be local food trucks and breweries featuring Oktoberfest beer and cider. The masked fundraiser benefits the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased through the Facebook event page. All guests must be 21+. 
 
Oct 28th-  Join Tour de Troit for one of the most unique bike rides around - Bike the Bridge. On Sunday, Oct. 28th from 8 am - 3 pm, riders will set off for a once-a-year opportunity to bike across the international border between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario Canada. The event is family friendly and advanced registration is mandatory due to customs regulations. Enhanced drivers license, NEXUS or passports are required. Pre-register at www.tour-de-troit.org. Tickets are $100 and include a boxed lunch post ride. 
 
 

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