October 2020

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
27 28 29 30 01 02 03
04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
  1. Fri Oct. 23

    Haunted Hallow-Drive (takes the place of this year's Hallow-Palooza due to the pandemic) Haunted Hallow-Drive, an in-vehicle Halloween experience, takes the place of the 2020 Hallow-Palooza because of the pandemic. You follow the Scooby-Do theme throughout. Included digital family photo and a bag full of Halloween candy. Upgrade is available for $20 that includes two "Haunted Hallow Drive" lunch bags fulls of snacks and treats.
  2. Sat Oct. 24

    Boo Barn at the Heritage Park Petting Farm Spooky barn, headless horseman and fall treats! Tickets required at the gate; annual pass holders must fall to register time slot; limited space; social distancing and masks required.
  3. Sat Oct. 24

    Taylor VFW Auxiliary Trunk or Treat Trunk or treat giveaways should contact Laurie Williams to confirm you are participating. Prize for best decorated vehicle.
  4. Sat Oct. 24

    Party on Pine Street The Party on Pine Street Halloween-style event, sponsored by Taylor Christian, will include food trucks and candy in Memorial Park (located on Pine Street and Maplelawn, behind City Hall). First 200 eat free!
  1. Sat Oct. 24

    Scary Karaoke at the Taylor Conservatory Scary Karaoke featuring a Downriver chili cook off will be featured at the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Family friendly with games for kids and adults. Halloween parade and contest. Karaoke, prizes and music. Food and beverages. Warming tent.
  2. Sat Oct. 24

    Haunted Hallow-Drive (takes the place of this year's Hallow-Palooza due to the pandemic) Haunted Hallow-Drive, an in-vehicle Halloween experience, takes the place of the 2020 Hallow-Palooza because of the pandemic. You follow the Scooby-Do theme throughout. Included digital family photo and a bag full of Halloween candy. Upgrade is available for $20 that includes two "Haunted Hallow Drive" lunch bags fulls of snacks and treats.
  3. Sun Oct. 25

    Boo Barn at the Heritage Park Petting Farm Spooky barn, headless horseman and fall treats! Tickets required at the gate; annual pass holders must fall to register time slot; limited space; social distancing and masks required.
  4. Tue Nov. 3

    Presidential Election Day Predictions say that this will be one of the busiest Presidential Election Days of all time, so if you aren’t prepared by now, here are some tips to make the process go as smooth as possible. A very high percentage of participants are voting by absentee ballot. Here are some key details to know, if you plan on voting by absentee ballot: • The last day to request an absentee ballot in person, and take the ballot home is Saturday, October 31 at 4 p.m. (The Clerk’s office will be open Saturday,...
View All