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Detroit Moxie's Weekend Roundup

If you haven’t been following along with the posts this week, it’s my birthday weekend. This makes me very happy. And even though the baseball season is now over for the Detroit Tigers we have hockey and the Detroit Red Wings to look forward to. The Red Wings make me happy too! It also time to start carving pumpkins and figuring out your Halloween costume.

Weekend Roundup:

1. Izzi Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch - I mentioned a corn maze a month ago that featured a Red Wings logo and I think this one deserves a mention too. Izzi Farm's theme for their corn maze this year is "Pure Michigan." I love it! And don't forget to pick out a pumpkin. Weekends, now through November 1st.

2. An Evening with Jeffrey Zaslow - The best-selling author will discuss his book, "The Last Lecture," which is based on the last lecture Professor Pausch gave after finding out he had cancer. If you haven't seen the video of his last lecture, you can find it here, it's quite powerful. October 9th.

3. Ferndale Grub Crawl - Ferndale has a great selection of independent eateries and this culinary event will let ticket holders sample favorites from the participating restaurants. October 10th.

4. Northville Oktoberfest - Celebrate autumn with family-friendly activities, a beer tent, classic cars, and entertainment. October 9-10.

5. Exhibition(ism): A Voyeuristic Dance Party and Artist Spectacle - This dance party is a benefit for the Ann Arbor Art Center. Dancing, DJ's, and live art projects. October 9.

Do you know of a great event going in on Metro Detroit this weekend? Add it to the comments and share it with us!


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