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October (TBA)

Learn to Play Hockey program begins

Taylor Sportsplex 

13333 Telegraph Road

INFO: The seven-week hockey program begins. Reservations are required. Call (734) 372-8900 to sign up.


October (TBA)

Sportsplex Public Activities

Taylor Sportsplex 

13333 Telegraph Road

INFO: Public skating, drop-in hockey, stick and puck and figure skating are open during specific times of the month. In addition, the TSX hosts a number of open evening skates that includes laser lighting and music. Skate rental available. Details and dates at cityoftaylor.com or by calling (734) 374-8900.

 

October 1-2

Fall Harvest 

Heritage Park Petting Farm 

12803 Pardee Road

INFO: Weekends in October experience a rotating array of Fall events such as Wild Weekends, Pony Rides, Boo Barn and more! Each event is from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and tickets are $5 per person (1-and-under free). Click on cityoftaylor.com for more information.

 

October 8-9

Fall Harvest 

Heritage Park Petting Farm 

12803 Pardee Road

INFO: Weekends in October experience a rotating array of Fall events such as Wild Weekends, Pony Rides, Boo Barn and more! Each event is from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and tickets are $5 per person (1-and-under free). Click on cityoftaylor.com for more information.

 

October 15

Wayne County Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Wayne County Community College

21000 Northline Road

INFO: Final collection date of the year and the only one in Taylor. Only household generated products from county residents will be accepted. For more information, call (734) 326-3936.

October 15

Scarecrow Stroll & Vintage Market

Conservatory & Botanical Gardens 

22314 Northline Road

INFO: Click on www.TaylorConservatory.org/events for more information.


October 22-23

The Boo Barn

Heritage Park Petting Farm 

12803 Pardee Road 

INFO: Halloween-themed family fun at the farm from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person (1-and-under free). Click on cityoftaylor.com for more information.

 

October 28

Hallow-Palooza

Heritage Park 

12111 Pardee Road 

INFO: The City’s annual safe Halloween event held at Heritage Park. Enjoy a scenic stroll around Coan Lake while collecting candy. Don’t forget to head down to the Sheridan Pavilion for games, crafts, pumpkin carving, a movie and your favorite characters. Free for Taylor resident children and $5 per non-resident child (accompanying adults are free). 

 

October 28

Halloween Party

Ford Senior Activity Center 

6750 Troy Street

INFO: This event features live music from “Southern Express” and a catered meal. Event runs from noon-3 and tickets are $12 each. Costumes welcome!

 

October 30

Chili Open

Taylor Meadows Golf Course 

25360 Ecorse Road

INFO: The annual autumn two-person scramble is back again. Start time is 10 a.m. and the cost is $60 per team - chili included with tickets. Reservations required.

 

October 31

Halloween

Official Trick-or-treating hours are 5 p.m.-8 p.m. If you are handing out candy, please leave your front porch lights on. Children and families should note which houses have lights on, and visit and/or skip homes accordingly.