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Fall Fun in Livonia!

Ah, fall! The season of pumpkin-spiced lattes, colorful leaves, and an evergreen charm of Livonia, Michigan. With the leaves starting to change and a crispness in the air, downtown Livonia comes alive with vibrant fall events, each with its own unique flavor. If you're looking for things to do in Livonia this fall, you're in for a treat! Let's dive into some must-attend events that will surely make your autumnal heart sing.
A photo of the Thomas Shaw House in Greenmeade Village

Livonia, Michigan: The Heartbeat of Fall Events!

Ah, fall! The season of pumpkin-spiced lattes, colorful leaves, and an evergreen charm of Livonia, Michigan. With the leaves starting to change and a crispness in the air, downtown Livonia comes alive with vibrant fall events, each with its own unique flavor. If you’re looking for things to do in Livonia this fall, you’re in for a treat! Let’s dive into some must-attend events that will surely make your autumnal heart sing.

Rec Center Readers Book Club at Kirksey Recreation Center

One of the main highlights of fall in Livonia is the Rec Center Readers Book Club hosted at the beloved Kirksey Recreation Center. This season’s literary lineup is nothing short of spectacular. Just imagine snuggling up with a cozy blanket, a warm cuppa, and a book from this incredible selection:

 

Sept. 27: Dive into “Horse” by Geraldine Brooks, an engaging tale bound to captivate your imagination.

Oct. 25: “The Measure” by Nikki Erlick is up next, offering an unforgettable narrative.

Nov. 29: Howard Linskey’s “The Inheritance” promises suspense and intrigue.

Dec. 27: Step back in time with “Last Christmas in Paris” by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb.

 

For those who are members, rejoice! The event is free for you. And for our lovely non-members, a small charge of $5 ensures you a seat. Don’t forget to check out the Livonia Public Libraries to grab your copies. For more details, or if you’re keen on registering, click here.

 

Whimsical Afternoons: Where Kids, Crafts, & Fun Unite!

Stories, Snacks, and Crafts: Greenmead Historical Park invites you and your tiny tots for an enchanting afternoon. On Tuesday, Oct 3, from 2-3:30 p.m., let their imagination run wild with Halloween-themed stories, delightful snacks, and creative crafts. Mark your calendars!

 

Crawling Cuties: Speaking of Greenmead Historical Park, there’s more! This Saturday, Oct. 14, get ready to be amazed by the world of insects. Let your little ones explore the fascinating realm of spiders, bugs, and more.

 

Assembly Required: For those who love a good challenge, join the puzzle assembly race on Sunday, Nov. 19, from 1-5 p.m. Form teams, hustle, and win exciting prizes!

 

Dining with Yesterday: Relishing the Melodies of History

Dive deep into the tapestry of history as you dine with tales of the past. On Saturday, Nov. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., discover the rich heritage of “The Huron Carol.” Written in 1642 by Jesuit missionary Jean de Brébeuf, this carol is celebrated as Canada’s oldest Christmas song. Sung originally in the native Wendat (Huron) language, the carol captures the nativity story in the context of the indigenous culture, making it a significant piece of Canadian heritage. As you delve into its mesmerizing melodies and poignant history, indulge in a culinary feast crafted to tantalize your taste buds. An experience that promises to be a treat for the soul, mind, and palate!

 

The fall events in Livonia are a testament to the city’s rich culture, offering both residents and visitors an array of activities to participate in. Whether you’re a bookworm, history buff, or someone looking for a fun day out with the family, downtown Livonia Michigan has something special in store for you.

 

For more information on these fantastic fall events and many more, do visit Livonia Special Events. Here’s to a season filled with joy, laughter, and memorable moments in Livonia!

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