As we head into October, this weekend is all about the fall events. Here's what's going on around Metro Detroit:
Messages in a bottle floating somewhere in Lake Michigan contain something extra - free stays at the White Shoal Light, a lighthouse situated between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsula.
The potential new campgrounds would only be accessible by kayak, canoe, or private boat - one of many big changes that could come to the island.
The Motor City Haunt Club's Haunted Garage Sale features vendors selling all things spooky, from props to Halloween decorations to costumes and more.
A litter of kittens is waiting to meet you for snuggles at Detroit Specials Used Books. The animals were born inside the bookstore after the shop owner noticed their mother outside.
Haunted Forest: CarnEvil opens at Commerce Township's Glenlore Trails this weekend.
Find everything you need to deck out your home for Halloween at the Haunted Garage Sale, check out CarnEvil at Glenlore Trails, and more this weekend. Here are some things to do in Metro Detroit:
The Department of Natural Resources is looking for photo ambassadors to capture Michigan's beauty.
Ever wanted to wander through a museum with a drink in hand? You can do just that at Night at the Museum: Brews and Boos Fest at the Dearborn Historical Museum.
Michigan could get a glimpse of the aurora on Monday night. Predictions show that the Northern Lights may be visible in some parts of the state.
Southeast Michigan haunted houses are starting to open. Find a place to get scared here:
From the electric track to the off-road installations, those we spoke with say, this is the most hands-on auto show they’ve ever experienced.
Get into the Halloween spirit at Frankenfest, enjoy the Romulus Parade of Lights and Pumpkin Festival, or immerse yourself in pop culture at Pop Fest. Here are some things to do this weekend:
The stouts and pumpkin beers are coming, and so are some great beer fests around Southeast Michigan.
Pets are welcomed at a Detroit 5K focused on heart health later this month.
Norway Mountain's new owners are working to get the Upper Peninsula ski area ready for the 2024-25 season.
Labor Day has passed, and that means it's time for fall festivals. Looking for fun this weekend? Here's what's going on in Metro Detroit:
The cast of "Pawn Stars" is hitting the road to film "Pawn Stars Do America," and extras are needed for the Detroit stop.
The ghouls, ghosts, and monsters return to Cedar Point soon for HalloWeekends.
As the summer winds down and pools close for the season, your dog can take a dip at the pool at Willow Metropark.