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It’s officially autumn. Beyond the pumpkin spice debate lies a more important topic in my house: Halloween.

My 7-year-old twins have been planning their costumes since August, so I’m very aware of how critical Oct. 31 is in their world. I’m not the only one, either. So many communities are planning trick-or-treat events, that I can’t possibly list them all. As a PTO mom, I’m helping plan a trunk-or-treat at our Eastside elementary.

Enjoy the fun of October. In addition to getting juiced up on candy, there are apple orchards to visit (try convincing your kids that you’re going doughnut picking, too, it’s fun), pumpkins to carve, chili to make and football to watch. What’s your favorite activity?

Enjoy autumn,


Nominate Local Businesses for Silver and Gold Awards

Click HERE for the 2019 Silver & Gold Awards Nomination Form

The Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce invites you to recognize outstanding local businesses by nominating them for a Silver & Gold Award. Businesses and individuals will be honored at the 2019 Silver & Gold Awards Holiday Brunch. This high-profile event offers networking, a brunch buffet and plenty of recognition.

Named awards recognize individuals, companies and organizations for significant achievement in education, innovation and business throughout the year.

Taste of Auburn Hills

Join the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Oct. 17, from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

for the annual Taste of Auburn Hills event. This year enjoy a unique experience at The HUB Stadium. Taste delicious food samplings from area restaurants, mingle with more than 500 business community leaders, experience BOMBOWLING, hit the networking bulls-eye with axe-throwing and open play with The HUB Stadium’s newly renovated arcade, featuring modernized classics and multiplayer entertainment.

Two beer/wine drink tickets will be distributed by The HUB Stadium. This event is 21 and over. The event cost is $40 in advance, which includes two drink tickets, or $50 the day of the event.

A portion of the proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the Auburn Hills Community Foundation in support of the Senior Services Meals program. To learn more, visit:

Police Car Decorated in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness

Thanks to Faurecia, the Auburn Hills Police Department got a patrol vehicle decorated in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. Watch the streets for the cruiser in pink.


Little ghosts and goblins head to Downtown Auburn Hills on Saturday, Oct. 26, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Merchants will be handing out candy and goodies to kids under 12 in costume. All children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free and held rain or shine. Happy haunting!

Rebecca Calappi

Rebecca Calappi

City News Editor

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