All kinds of family fall fun happening this weekend

Last chance to enjoy Halloween activities

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As the cooler weather moves in, fall events will start to faze out, but this weekend there’s plenty to do for the entire family.

First is a festive event that will light up downtown Ypsilanti. Hundreds are expected to flock to the city for the annual YpsiGlow. A luminary and costume parade will flow down South Washington street to kick off the festivities. Then performers, musicians and party-goers will light up North Washington while enjoying dancing, art, live performances and more. It all kicks off Friday October 28 at 6:45pm.

In Downtown Detroit, humans will not be the only ones in their costumes this weekend. It’s the Howl-o-ween costume party at the Grand Circus Dog Park. Pet parents can bring out their fur-babies for a paw-some good time. The event will feature treats for pups and humans, a DJ, costume strut and more. The event is this Saturday from 2-4pm.

In Berkley ghosts and goblins will fill the streets. Over 100 businesses will be passing out goodies during the trick-or-treat stroll and Monster Mash featuring games, entertainment, jugglers and more. It’s all happening Saturday starting at noon on Coolidge at 12 mile.

An event that will shine a positive light on the Highland Park community is the annual “Apple Picking In The Hood.” There will be face paintings, arts and crafts, a bonfire, cider, donuts, a DJ and more. It’s this Sunday October 30 from noon-4pm.

Lastly in downtown Ann Arbor there will be more trick-or-treating fun. Sunday the 21st is the annual Downtown Ann Arbor trick-or-treating event, which will feature over 30 businesses handing out treats to those in costume. Visitors will have the chance to show off their costumes during a parade on Main Street starting at 11am.

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