It’s finally fall. Pull out the sweaters, order pumpkin spiced everything and enjoy the changes of the season. Check out these events and activities below and flip through our FREE, digital magazine for even more ideas.


Trick or treating, goodie and goblin drives, boo bashes and more! Get your costume ready, decorate the house and have a spooktacular time. Find Halloween Events in Metro Detroit and a couple of our top picks below:

Fire Prevention Week

Local fire stations are opening their doors for fire safety tips, hands-on experiences and FREE family fun. Find a Fire Station Open House near you.

Fall Fun

The leaves are changing, sweater weather has arrived. Enjoy the best autum has to offer with these traditional activities:

Plan A Pre-Historic Adventure + Special Events

If you have a dino lover at home, we have exciting news. There are three NEW places to bring them for dinosaur fun! From limited time adventures to year-round fun – check out these fun dinosaur themed events and playspaces. You can go on a fossil dig at the Greater Detroit Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show in Macomb.

Celebrate Diversity

October continues National Hispanic Heritage Month and its Indigenous Peoples Day (formerly Columbus Day). Here are 5 ways to recognize and celebrate different cultures in Metro Detroit.

Galileo & Tchalla

Two new exhibits open in October. Galileo debuts at the Cranbrook Institute of Science (and there’s a special Partial Solar Eclipse on Saturday, October 14th). Look at the world through the eyes of Galileo and see how he helped shape modern day science. At the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History you can find the costumes of Black Panter in the Ruth E. Carter: Afrofuturism in Costume Design exhibit.

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Photo credit: Royal Oak Spooktacular