Here are four things to do around the D this weekend to celebrate the end of summer

Enjoy bike rides, corn mazes, food trucks, and magic!

What’s Happening on Live in the D

Prepare for a fun and exciting schedule of events for the final weekend of summer and get you psyched for the fall season. Even if the summer heat remains, fall events are in full swing.

First, Northville is hosting their annual Maybury Farm Corn Maze, which is a family-friendly event. There are 10 acres of lush, dense corn and a new design for the maze. A scavenger hunt will also take place. The corn maze is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through October 30.

Then there’s the Frankenfest at Historic Fort Wayne! The festival will include magical and mystical artwork as well as monstrous exhibitions. There will also be a “Paranormal or Real Q and A,” food trucks, and other activities. The event is free and open to the public and takes place on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Historic Fort Wayne in Detroit.

Next, there’s an event you’ll want to make sure you’re hungry for. The Michigan Food Truck Rally is taking place at Canterbury Village. Over 30 food trucks will be on site serving a variety of meals. There are a lot of options, like tacos, BBQ, Hibachi, and vegan food. There will also be live music and shopping. The Michigan Food Truck Rally will take place at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion on Saturday and Sunday.

Finally, Tour de Troit, an annual bikeride event that was put on pause during the pandemic, returns for its 21st year. The event allows Detroiters to explore the city by bike while also raising awareness about health and bicycling. The 25-mile trip begins in Riverside Park on West Grand Blvd., travels through numerous neighborhoods in the city, and returns to Riverside. On-site registration is still open, and the ride begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday.

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