Macomb County’s Weekly Top 5

  1. The creepiest things to do in Macomb County
    If you’re still looking to get some last minute frights in, check out this complete guide we’ve created to help you have your spookiest Halloween ever! From haunted houses and hayrides to zombie runs and trick-or-treating, Macomb County has something that will frighten you this Halloween season.


  1. Fall in Love with Macomb County orchards
    Check out what roadside stands and pumpkin patches we have to provide fall fun to all of our residents and visitors before it’s too late! #BeyondTheBushel


  1. 6273865_origMichigan Transit Museum – First Family-Friendly Halloween Train
    Michigan Transit Museum volunteers are offering their very first Family-Friendly Halloween Train! Costumes are welcome and encouraged. There will be a best costume contest given to a boy and a girl on each ride. Bring your trick-or-treat bag with you and get some goodies from the engineer, firemen, motorman, flagman, ticket agents and the conductors. After the ride you are given cider and donuts (donated by Blake’s Cider Mill). Bring the whole family for this time of fun, you don’t want to miss your train! Times are: 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 30. The train departs from Joy Park in Clinton Township, 23701 Henry B Joy Boulevard.
  1. Tasting the Heat! 2016 Greater Detroit Inferno Fest
    Metro Detroiters love food with intense flavor! The Tasting the Heat! 2016 Greater Detroit InfernoFest is a one day food festival showcasing local food trucks and caterers offering their best in amazing spicy fare. The talented participating chefs are amping up the spice level at this long overdue tribute to fiery foods. Items with limited or no spice are also available. Sample and purchase hot sauces, salsas and other spicy food fare from across the country. The event is from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30 at the Packard Proving Grounds, 49965 Van Dyke Avenue, Utica, 48317.


  1. Trick or Treating at Downtown Village Stores
    Trick or Treat the Main Street shops in downtown Romeo, thanks to the Downtown Merchants Association. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 the Romeo-Washington-Bruce Recreation Commission will be hosting a party in the Village Park (228 N. Main Street, downtown Romeo, 48065) which will include a costume contest (contest begins promptly at 1:15 p.m.). Call (586) 752-6543 with any questions.


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