Halloween is just around the corner, making it the perfect time to visit Doc Sweets’ Candy Company. Doc Sweets’ is Michigan’s largest retail candy store, and they have the stock to prove it. Familiar favorites like Sanders and Wonka sit alongside classics like Zagnut and Jujubes. Fully prepared for the Halloween season, they offer a wide variety of candy fit for this time of year, from bulk containers filled with Candy Corn, Jelly Pumpkins, and Mellowcreme Harvest Mix, to wrapped chocolates meant to look like happy pumpkins or spooky skeletons. They even have treats like real bugs that are farm raised and seasoned like potato chips.
Take a look at our preview of this huge candy shop in Clawson:
Are you looking for a Halloween destination that’s all fun, and no fright? The Detroit Zoo’s “Zoo Boo” is the place for you. The “merry-not-scary” event is sure to bring Halloween excitement to your entire family!
Held the first three weekends in October, “Zoo Boo” offers a festive selection of fun Halloween attractions. Live entertainment acts include daring acrobatics, magic acts, live music, extreme pumpkin carving demonstrations, and more.
Guests of all ages are invited to wear their costumes and collect sweets by trick-or-treating along the pumpkin-lined “unlucky” 13-station trick-or-treat trail. Join the Detroit Zoo on their Green Journey by bringing your own trick-or-treat bag; bags will not be handed out at the event.
Check out our “Zoo Boo” video and get a preview of all the Halloween fun!
Looking to do something sweet this Halloween? The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting candy Wednesday, November 1st through Friday, November 3rd as part of its 8th annual “Treats for Troops” drive.
If your family is looking for a Halloween destination with all of the fun, but none of the fright, “Zoo Boo” is the place for you!
Held the first three weekends in October, the Detroit Zoo’s “Zoo Boo” offers a diverse selection of festive Halloween attractions. Live entertainment acts include daring acrobatics, magic acts, and extreme pumpkin carving demonstrations.
Guests of all ages are invited to wear their costumes* and collect some sweets by trick-or-treating along the pumpkin-lined “unlucky” 13-station trick-or-treat trail.