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This October, the Eagles bring their Last Goodbye tour to Detroit with opening act, Steely Dan. Whether or not you’ve made plans to attend that show, the Taylor Conservatory presents a celebration of that momentous occasion with Detroit’s own tributes to those legendary bands, Motown Eagles and Major Dudes, on Saturday, October 7th @ the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens’ 4th Annual Scarecrow Stroll.
You’ll hear all the biggest Eagles and Steely Dan hits as well as a few songs rarely, if ever, played live these days by the two groups. As the Eagles bring their touring days to an end (and who knows how long Steely Dan will continue?), Motown Eagles and Major Dudes honor their giant contributions to rock and roll history with stellar renditions of the timeless tunes they created.
In addition to the concert, The Conservatory will host a Fall Vendor Market. The market will be held from Noon until 7:00pm in the Gardens, rain or shine. The market is open to the general public at no charge from Noon until 2:00pm.
Starting at 2:00pm **$10 per person entry fee applies. Ages 10 & under are free all day but must be accompanied by an adult. All guests ages 11 years and older must have a $10 wristband past 3:30pm.
The concert will start at 4:00pm with Major Dudes followed by an intermission, then the Motown Eagles will play until 7:00pm.
During the event, Scarecrows created by local businesses, organizations and individuals will be on display through out the Gardens and Trails. Each guest will receive three tickets to vote for their favorite scarecrow creation. The top three scarecrows will win a prize.
Winner will be announced via FaceBook and on www.TaylorConservatory.org on Sunday October 8th.
There will be food vendors and a mobile bar through out the day.
Market location: Taylor Conservatory 22314 Northline Road, Taylor, MI 48180
No outside food or drinks allowed. Smoking allowed only in the parking area.
Live Music | Hayride | Petting Farm| Cider & Donuts | Face Painting | Children’s Crafts | Pumpkin Patch | Sweet Treats (for additional purchase)
Welcome to the **6th Annual Southeast Michigan Beer & Wine Festival! 21+ ONLY!
Saturday, October 14th · 5 – 9pm. Get ready for a night filled with fantastic brews and delightful wines – $40 advance ticket purchase, $45 at the door & $5 for designated driver – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/6th-annual-southeast-michigan-beer-wine-festival-tickets-661434808317
Indulge in an evening of tastings, where you can explore a wide variety of beers and wines! Whether you’re a beer enthusiast or a wine aficionado, this festival has something for everyone. Sip on craft beers, sample exquisite wines, and discover new flavors that will tantalize your taste buds.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as you mingle with fellow beer and wine enthusiasts. This event is a perfect opportunity to expand your palate and discover your new favorite beverage.
Aside from the delectable drinks, food will be available for purchase from Iron Mike’s of New Boston offering mouthwatering bites to complement your tastings. Enjoy music from DJ Scott throughout the evening, adding to the lively ambiance and ensuring a memorable experience.
This event will take place under a heated tent and will go on rain or shine! Your ticket includes admission to the festival and 15 tokens for 3 oz beer and/or 1.5 oz wine samples. Huron Township Rotary is a nonprofit and your ticket purchase supports our organization, and helps to offset the many costs associated with the festival such as beer, tents, toilets, security, music, insurance, equipment, etc.
Our annual Halloween celebration is back!
Join us on Friday, October 27 for tons of family-friendly fun. On-site will be a pumpkin carver, cider and donuts, a DJ, a family-friendly Halloween film on the big screen and of course a massive trick-or-treating stroll that takes you all around Coan Lake, through the barn and into the conservatory.
This event is FREE for Taylor resident children, and $5 per non-resident child. Only trick-or-treaters need tickets, accompanying adults are free.
PLEASE NOTE: Pre-registration is required – https://www.universe.com/events/hallow-palooza-2023-tickets-L6CH79?fbclid; no walk-ups will be taken due to supply purposes.
Want to sign up to host a trunk? Visit the following link: https://forms.gle/9R1imGtAL1DbE6Ge8
**This event is rain or shine. All festivities will end promptly at 9 p.m.
Join us in celebrating Winterfest:
- Parade kicks off at 5 pm from the Taylor Rec
- Live music, food, refreshments at the Sheridan Open Air Pavilion once the procession arrives
- Music & holiday characters abound
- Santa and Mrs. Claus with Mayor Tim Woolley will be on stage for the tree lighting
- TO CAP off the night there will be FIREWORKS too
Join us in celebrating Winterfest & the kick off to the holiday season by FIREWORKS too!
(will start after 5:30 pm to conclude at the end the evening)