Southeast Michigan is beautiful in the fall months as the weather grows cooler and the leaves change colors. Catrina Ossmann of Clever Ideas Marketing teamed up with the Lenawee County Convention and Visitors Bureau to share just some of what makes autumn in Lenawee a destination to remember.
Join us for a fall festival, bring your bike and take a ride around the lakes for the Fall Color Tour. Stay for a show or concert at the Croswell Opera House in Adrian, Tecumseh Center for the Arts in Tecumseh or the Adrian Symphony Orchestra!
Enjoy a relaxing ride on The Southern Michigan Railroad that offers fall color tours with a train ride between Clinton and Tecumseh. Carpenter Farms in Adrian has hayrides, corn maze and pumpkins.
Art-a-Licious, September 18-19, Downtown Adrian
Art-A-Licious is a perfect mix of fine art, food, and entertainment. Featuring more than 80 talented local and regional artists, you are sure to find something that speaks to you. Many of our artists provide demonstrations of their craft. As you shop, your experience is complemented by ongoing live musical performances at the main stage.
Clinton Fall Festival, September 25-27, Village of Clinton
Large areas of the village are filled with creative works of arts and crafts vendors, tempting aromas from food vendors, new ideas and products displayed by a variety of merchants, opportunities to learn from non-profit groups, and exciting entertainment on two stages. Children will love the petting zoo, camel rides, mini-tractor pull, and the inflatables. A highlight of Sunday’s activities is the hour-long parade with over 100 units.
Blues-n-Brews Festival, October 3, Downtown Adrian
The annual festival features beer, wine and hard cider from more than 30 Michigan breweries and wineries and live blues music from Michigan’s own Kevin Nichols and Blue Tuesday and Broken Arrow Blues Band. Tickets and VIP packages are available.
Fall Foliage Festival, October 3, Hidden Lake Gardens
Visitors will find local crafts vendors, artisan demonstrations, food, pumpkin painting, scarecrow displays, scavenger hunt, wagon rides and live animals. Those attending are welcome to bring a picnic lunch or purchase something from one of the vendors. Admission is $5 per person (free for members) with a limit of $20 per vehicle. Proceeds go towards the support the gardens.
Appleumpkin Festival, October 10-11, Downtown Tecumseh
You’ll want to bring the whole gang to town for this one. The kids will enjoy the midway rides, carnival games, inflatables and make-it-take-it crafts, straw maze and corn box. The Antique Street Fair and Flea Market will keep you captivated for hours. The Arts & Crafts Show brings wonderfully handcrafted creations into Tecumseh. Stop by the Appleumpkin stage area and take in the live performances. Kapnick Orchards in nearby Britton hosts an Apple Festival the same weekend. There is something for everyone to enjoy throughout the weekend.