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Beacon Park Detroit Announces FREE Events for Fall 2019 Season

It’s that time of the year when we say goodbye to summer and start planning our Fall activities.

If you’re a big planner like I am, then you’re probably already getting your Fall schedule ready.

Yesterday Beacon Park announced its fall schedule of events and the events sound exciting! All of the events are FREE and parking is easy to find. We hang out at Beacon Park regularly and we always have a good time.

Here are a few Beacon Park Detroit events to add to your Fall planning list:

  • Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadowcast/Movie Night (September 13 – 14) — Interactive experience of the cult classic film
Beacon Park Detroit
  • 5th Annual Parktoberfest (September 21 – 22) – German-style festival featuring food, entertainment, games and of course, beer.
Parktoberfest Beacon Park Detroit
  • Cider in the City (Saturdays starting September 28th until October 26th) – Beacon Park is transformed into a cider mill with free horse-drawn carriage rides, cider, donuts and caramel apples from Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill for purchase and plenty of fun for the family.
Cider in the City Beacon Park Detroit
  • College and Lions Football Watch Parties (October – November) – Cheer on the team with games on the big screen, food trucks, drinks and more.
College and Lions Football Watch Parties Beacon Park Detroit
  • Halloween Family Fun Day (October 26) – Bring the kids in costume and enjoy trick-or-treating, contests, inflatables and face-painting.
Beacon Park Fall Events

I’ve already added Cider in the City and Halloween Family Fun Day to my calendar. I love cider and Michigan has some of the best cider mills! Michala is going to be excited for the Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie Night at Beacon Park.

Any events you see on the list that you’re looking forward to attending this Fall? Make sure to visit Beacon Park’s official website for the latest updates on activities and events!


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All photographs are courtesy of Beacon Park Detroit.

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