1Friday, 10/22

iBartend Shake-n-Sip Cocktail Class

iBartend Downtown Detroit

607 Shelby Street

Every weekend, for the remainder of this month, you can sign up for various time slots in the iBartend Shake-n-Sip cocktail class. Sip on tasty craft cocktails that you’ve mixed yourself with the help of a (socially distanced) bartender while learning plenty about alcohol consumption safety. Small snacks provided, plus a complimentary glass of champagne. 

Tickets, times and detailed information available at eventbrite.com.

The Backyard Comedy Show at Trixie’s Bar

5:00P.M., Trixie’s Bar

2656 Carpenter Avenue

Come out to Trixie’s Bar in Hamtramck for a night of laughs with some of Michigan and Metro Detroit’s best up-and coming amateur comedians! Who knows? You might find a new favorite or be inspired to take the stage one day yourself!

Tickets start at $8. 

Tickets and detailed information available at eventbrite.com

Detroit Haunted House: “The City Morgue”

The Current Art Studio

13023 Puritan Avenue

What better way to end the work week than scaring yourself silly? See if you can survive the night in this themed Downtown haunted house. The attraction consists of fifteen terrifying rooms and a haunted maze. Hot drinks and refreshments will be available to purchase. 

Tickets, pricing and dates available at currentartstudio.com

2Saturday, 10/23

Michigan Brewers Guild 12th Annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival

Eastern Market

2934 Russell St

1 P.M.-6 P.M.

Sample fresh, local craft beers from across “the Great Beer state”. This outdoor festival takes place in Eastern Market, with proceeds from the event going to support the Michigan Brewers Guild, a nonprofit trade association with a mission to promote and protect Michigan beer. All festival attendees need to be 21+ to enter. 

Tickets start at $10. Tickets available at mibeer.com

Maison Black Pop-Up Shop

Shinola Detroit

441 W Canfield

12 P.M.- 6 P.M.

To celebrate the launch of #maisonblack, six Detroit native designers who’ve made their mark on 7th Avenue in NYC, are coming home to pay homage to the city that gave them their creative foundation– Detroit. Shop the brands that made a splash on the runways of Manhattan to Motown. 

Free to the public. 

Fall Color Walk at Rouge Park

Stone Bridge Nature Trail Head

15099 Outer Drive West

1 A.M. – 12 P.M.

Michigan has some of the most beautiful fall foliage. Bring the whole family and join The Friends of Rouge Park for a nature walk along the Stone Bridge Nature Trail to learn about native tree and plant species. This walk will be led by tree expert, Bill Brodovich. Hikers will meet at the Stone Bridge Trailhead at 11 A.M.

Event is free to the public, but registration is required and available at rougepark.org. 

3Sunday, 10/24

Sunday Funday @ Delmar

DELMAR Detroit

501 Monroe Street

5:00 P.M.

It’s nothing like a “Sunday Fun-day” at Delmar Detroit. A free- to- attend block party in Greektown featuring giant board games, two live DJ’s , food and drinks galore alongside plenty of other entertainment. 

Event is free and open to the public, on first-come-first-serve basis. Tickets available at eventbrite.com. 

Oct. 30

DJ Envy’s Drive Your Dreams Car Show

TCF Center, 1 Washington Blvd

12P.M. -5 P.M.

One of the biggest Car Shows of the year is parking in Detroit this weekend. Get up close and personal with celebrity, exotic and old-school cars while the kids enjoy amusement rides, carnival games, monster trucks, and so much more. 

Tickets start at $19.99. Tickets and pricing available at eventbrite.com

Jazz & Gospel Music Open Mic

The Gospel Music Cafe

19158 Livernois

6 P.M.-9 P.M.

Settle into an atmosphere of relaxation and praise with Da Key of D Band at the Gospel Music Cafe on Livernois, in the middle of the Avenue of Fashion. The event is free to the public, and food and beverages will be available for purchase. 

Register online at eventbrite.com.

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