This Saturday, families and people of all ages are invited to a free event to celebrate the fall beauty in Detroit.
The 3rd annual HarvestFest Detroit will take place from noon until 4 p.m. on Oct. 21 along the Dequindre Cut between Wilkins St. and Gratiot Ave.
There will be hayrides, bounce houses, a princess castle, live music, pumpkin patch, games, giveaways, outdoor movies, temporary tattoo artists, as well as food available for purchase.
Parking is available in the Eastern Market area, including the lots at Wilkins and Orleans, or designated street parking.
It is hosted by the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy in conjunction with Park Solutions and sponsored by Electrical Workers Union, IBEW Local 58 and NECA of Southeastern Michigan.
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