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Stories you missed this week | What to do this weekend

A look at stories you may have missed this week -- and a look at what's happening around town.

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Happy Saturday! The weekend edition of this newsletter will be a bit different from the normal Monday through Friday version. On Saturdays, I'll take a look some of my top picks from the last week, and highlight some of the events going on around Metro Detroit. Enjoy!

Stories you missed this week

Events around town this weekend

  • The Great Pumpkin Festival is happening in Northville this weekend! Looks like a lot of fun for the family.
  • The first Zoo Boo at the Detroit Zoo is on Saturday. All 125 acres of the Detroit Zoo will be open until dark for this annual "merry-not-scary" Halloween celebration featuring a festively decorated half-mile trick-or-treat trail, magic acts, story tellers, jugglers, live music and extreme pumpkin carving.   
  • Bring in the Halloween season at Greenfield Village's Hallowe'en. Throughout your evening, comfort yourself with craft beers, warm apple cider and fresh doughnuts, then stop for a photo opportunity at your favorite scene. The torches are lit, bells are tolling, skeletons are dancing and pumpkins are singing — all to make this the most stirring night of the year.
  • The annual Belle Isle Harvest Festival is Saturday afternoon! Make s'mores, visit the petting farm, create harvest art and craft projects or enjoy a hayride. Free cider and donuts for the kiddos.
  • Peppa Pig in town: Yes, THE Peppa Pig is in Detroit on Sunday at the Fox Theatre!

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- Ken Haddad (Have something to say or a topic idea? Contact me: Email | Twitter)

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