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Depot to Depot Fall Color Tour- Saturday October 15th

We are projecting fall color to be around 25% this weekend! Perfect weekend to come to Muskegon for the Depot to Depot Fall Color Tour! Check out our self- guided tour, visiting historic sites, enjoying nature and decorate pumpkins!

Pick up your pumpkin and map at either the Muskegon Union Depot, home of Visit Muskegon or the Train Depot, home of the White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. From there stop at 9 of our designated locations, get a stamp and continue on your way!

Along with Depot to Depot happening this Saturday, check out the following events as well!

Quarantine Zone-

Haunted Hall, one of the county’s oldest haunted attractions is back! Open Friday and Saturday, this event is taking place at the Muskegon County Fairgrounds. More information can be found at http://www.hauntedhall.com/

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Muskegon Lumberjacks Vs. Youngstown Phantoms-

The Lumberjacks play at L.C Walker arena at 7:15pm on both Friday and Saturday!

Homemade Apple Pies with Chef Char Morse-

Learn to make a delicious homemade pie crust and various fillings for the holidays! The event takes place 9am-11am at the Muskegon Farmers Market. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/homemade-apple-pies-with-chef-char-tickets-25396448461?aff=es2.

Lakeside Emporium Autumn Fest-

One of the highlights will be the Lakeside Emporium Sweetest Day Parade to be held on Saturday, October 15th at 9:30 am. The purpose of this autumn parade is to serve as a “harvest “ for those in need in our community. Those groups and marching units that have been invited to participate have been collecting food items and new/unused winter wear (coats, gloves, mittens, hats, scarves), that will be distributed to The Kids’ Food Basket and other area food banks and shelters.

KnowSmoke Zombie Walk-

 The Knowsmoke Zombie Walk starts with check in at the L.C. Walker Arena at 2:00pm.  Get tobacco zombie-fied and learn to do the zombie walk and then take to the streets of downtown Muskegon.  After the zombies have terriorized the town, they will head back to Hackley Park for tobacco reduction related festivities.  From 3:30pm – 5:30pm there will be light treats, face painting, a flash-mob and music provided by DJ Wingman.  Prizes will be up for grabs for the best costume that displays the health hazards of tobacco use. Free t-shirts will be available to the first 100 zombies to register on Eventbrite. Register at http://www.knowsmokezombiewalk.org/!

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Free Family Movie Night: Monsters, Inc.-

Saturday, October 15 at 7:00pm, come to the Howmet Playhouse for the Free Family Movie Night film, “Monsters, Inc.”Free drinks and popcorn are included!  For more information, call 231-894-4048.

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