Looking for a way to spend Labor Day weekend? Lucky for you, several cities in the Metro Detroit area are hosting festivals, events and celebrations.
Arts, Beats and Eats will spend its second year this weekend in Royal Oak. Do you like it there or hate it?
The August 13th Farmington Farmers and Artisans Market will kick off the official countdown to the community’s most notable season – Harvest Moon – with the fifth annual Corn Roast.
One of Michigan’s sweetest harvests is headed to Birmingham in a big way. It’s the second annual Corn Festival at the Birmingham Farmers Market, slated for Sunday, August 7.
If you’re a “fun guy,” head to Crystal Falls in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for this weekend’s Humungus Fungus Festival.
More than 100 events involving hundreds of community organizations and thousands of people will come together Saturday Aug. 6 for the 5th Annual ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day.
On July 30 and 31, The Henry Ford in Dearborn will be the place to visit when Maker Faire Detroit returns to Museum for two days of unconventional imagination and stunning ingenuity.
Put on your walking shoes and break out your treasure hunting hat. It’s that time of year for the 36th Annual Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce Antique and Garage Sale.
Show off your dance moves, listen to America’s unique ragtime music and dine on traditional street fair food only at Greenfield Village’s fifth annual Ragtime Street Fair, July 16-17.
The intersection of 9 Mile Rd. and Woodward Ave. will be humming with the energy of the future on July 15-17, as downtown Ferndale welcomes the 2nd annual Live Green Fair.