METRO DETROIT'S ORIGINAL
At The Village
Inventions we humans can take
credit for will be highlighted dur-
ing Fall Fling at Henry Ford Mu-
seum & Greenfield Village.
Greenfield Village's tree-lined
streets take on a magical aura as
autumn leaves form a colorful
canopy for horse-drawn carriage
tours. A steam-powered locomo-
tive chugs around the Village for
narrated rides through Oct. 16.
Beginning Sept. 17, it's crunch
time at the historic cider mill and
thousands of Michigan-grown ap-
ples have a pressing engagement
with the cider press. Visitors can
taste the tangy results at the Vil-
lage's bake shop through Oct. 16.
Life in the past lane kicks into
high gear with Old Car Festival.
Collectors from across the nation
gathered with their vintage ve-
hicles (1929) and earlier) for the
only car meet of its kind in the
world. Parades and demonstra-
tions of early motoring skills give
car lovers a rare opportunity to
see these oldies but goodies in
It's life on the fun track during
Railroad Days on Sept. 24, 25.
Everyone can get the feel of
workin' and travelin' on the rail-
road with vintage and modern
train cars and locomotives to ex-
plore. Hands-on activities, games,
model trains and a chance to vis-
it a "hobo camp" provide enter-
tainment all the live-long day.
Life on the farm is never laid
back during Fall Harvest Days,
Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2. Visitors can
help with the chores as costumed
interpreters re-create the season
of plenty at historic farms of the
18th, 19th and early 20th cen-
turies. Harvesting and plowing
keep field hands busy while farm-
house workers put up provisions
Museum & Village are open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. daily during fall
season. Holiday season hours
(Friday following Thanksgiving
through New Year's Day) 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. There is a charge.
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running through Oct. 9
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on the University of Detroit Mer-
cy's McNichols campus at McNi-
chols and Livernois. Curtain
times are 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fri-
days, and Saturdays, and 2 p.m.
Sundays. For ticket information
or reservations, call the Theatre
Company, (313) 993-1130.
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