The temperature is starting to cool down, and the fall festivities are heating up across Metro Detroit.
Multiple events and activities are planned this weekend.
Glenlore Trails is opening its haunted forest in Commerce Township. The trail offers an immersive experience as guests walk through the illuminated forest that’s filled with sights, sounds and interactive entertainment. Organizers say the trail is more than one mile long.
Over in downtown Northville, don’t be surprised when you see more than 120 life-size themed skeletons on display. It’s all part of Skeletons Are Alive, which is a tradition in the community. There is a special launch party Friday, October 1 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the town square. The free event will feature music and food trucks. The skeletons will be on display through Halloween.
The Michigan Fall Festival will be bringing some festive fun to Canterbury Village in Lake Orion. The event features pumpkin decorating and games, along with costume contests for kids and dogs. The Michigan Fall Festival is Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3.
Detroit will also be a spot feeling the fall vibes. Harvest Fest is planned for Saturday, October 2 at Palmer Park. The event will include a pumpkin patch, dancing, music, storytelling and more. Harvest Fest runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. near the Palmer Park splash park and playground.