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.
Oakland Schools Technical Campuses (OSTC) is a learning destination, where purposeful learning is centered on students. It provides practical career technical education to high school students from Oakland County’s 28 public school districts, public academies, private learning institutions, and home schools. Students get to explore the direction they want to take, experience amazing opportunities, and prepare to excel in the real world.
Career training and skill development takes place at one of four, state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar technical campuses in Oakland County. OSTC offers high school and college credit, national industry certifications, personalized instruction, awesome teachers, paid internships, student leadership opportunities, scholarships, and access to National Manufacturing Day events.
Are you looking for a hands-on, real world experience? Take a look at our video and learn more about what Oakland Schools Technical Campuses can offer you.
WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY
One hundred and ninety-six years have passed by since Aaron Webster became the first permanent European settler along the banks of the Clinton River in what is now the City of Auburn Hills. He died of typhoid fever just two years later in the summer of 1823, but before his death he constructed a dam on the river that captured the power of the water’s flow to operate a saw mill. The timber from his saw mill was then was used to build a grist mill to grind grain. That’s how Auburn Hills began.
Some say the fall is the best season to be a runner! With cooler temps on the way, and beautiful leaves changing color, running can seem like more of a treat than a chore. In fact, many people fall in love with running at this special time of year.
Take a look at our list of Fall Running Events before you hit the pavement. Signing up for a race now can help get you motivated and ready for the change in season. You’ll find events for every ability, including full marathons, mile walks, fun runs, and more.
Walking and running are great for the heart, mind, and whole body! Be sure to follow these simple tips for safe running.
- Warm up – especially in cooler weather
- Check the weather before you head out
- Invest in proper footwear
- Plan for daylight saving time
- Dress in layers
Planning ahead for your next race? Visit our Spring and Summer Running Events pages to find walks and runs happening in and around Oakland County.
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Fall is the perfect time to experience the tranquil outdoors of Oakland County. Pitch a tent or rent a yurt at an Oakland County campground and witness the landscape’s picturesque autumnal transition.