We kick off the weekend with the WMMQ Halloween Costume Contest for Dogs Friday morning at 9 AM at Celebration! Cinema - click here for all the details!

The  2017 Harvest Festival starts at noon this Saturday at Cooley Law School Stadium on MI Ave in downtown Lansing, where you'll find Fall food and drinks, family games and activities, music, inflatables, and a pumpkin carving contest for individuals and families.  You can get in costume and 'trick or treat' with vendors on-site.

While supplies last your ticket will include a free pumpkin courtesy of Roofing Service Specialists

Vendors

Your ticket includes one (1) pumpkin/ticket and free fountain drinks inside the park. Tickets cost:

  • $6 for adults 15 and up
  • $26 for a family of four (2 kids/2 adults), $10 savings
  • Celebrate all that is fall in Mid-Michigan with us on Saturday, October 28th at the Harvest Festival at Cooley Law School Stadium sponsored by Two Men and a Truck and Michigan Apples

     

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    Just down the street from the Harvest Festival, you'll find the 8th Annual Zombie Walk, which will start in front of the Lansing Center on Michigan Avenue. From their Facebook page:

    The 8th Annual Downtown Lansing Zombie Walk invades the Capital City once again on Saturday October 28, 2017. All ages of the undead are welcome to walk for FREE! We ask participants to bring a nonperishable food donation in support of the Greater Lansing Food Bank, and to assemble at 3 PM inside the Lansing Center by Exhibit Hall C. After collecting your donation, the horde members will be given a wristband for free entry intoHow-To Halloween to terrorize the festival and get a group photo before being unleashed on the unsuspecting citizens of Lansing, Michigan at 4pm.

    We then invite the 'walking dead' to return to the Lansing Center at 6 PM for free entry into 'The Invasion', a new, adult only after-party, featuring live music, DJ, full bar and huge cash prizes for five categories of costume contests, starting with "Best Zombie".

     

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    And Sunday, you can take the kids to the Lansing Center for "How to Halloween" - check out the details here.