What to do in the Greater Flint Area Sept. 29-Oct. 1


Sat. Sept. 30: 9th Annual Flint Zombie Walk

Flint Zombie Walk 2016 welcomes the undead to the streets of Flint from 11am-4pm! Visitors can partake in the zombie walk, and enjoy a full day of entertainment, horror vendors and horror celebrities! Top it all off with giving to charity and you can’t lose! This event it is pay-what-you-can. Suggestion: $10

125 W. 1st Street, Flint


Sat. Sept. 30: Will Hoge at 7pm

County western singer Will Hoge will perform at 7pm at the Machine Shop.

The Machine Shop, 3539 South Dort Highway, Flint



Sat. Sept. 30: 5th Annual Touch-a-Truck event

Touch-a-Truck is hosted by the University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Safety and is designed to build relationships between police, students and the Flint Community. From 11am-3pm
Downtown Flint University of Michigan-Flint Parking Lot at Saginaw and East 5th Avenue



Sat. Sept 30: The Whiting presents iLuminate

iLuminate is a company based on the fusion of technology and dance. This distinct intermix will reawaken your senses and imagination! In 2009, Miral Kotb combined her two passions — dance and software engineering — to create the patented iLuminate technology of wireless lighting programs. The results are extraordinary lighting effects choreographed with phenomenal dance moves that take viewers on an exhilarating ride.

The Whiting 1241 E Kearsley St, Flint, MI 48503



Sat. Sept. 30: 2017 HAP Tour de Crim

HAP Tour de Crim is a non-competitive bicycle challenge that follows the famous Crim 10 Mile course. HAP Tour de Crim will have a partially closed course. The race begins at 12pm.

Downtown Flint Saginaw Street



Sat. Sept. 30: Night at The Museum Annual Gala

The gala is hosted by Longway Planetarium and Sloan Museum from 6:30-11pm. The enchanted forest themed night of entertainment raises funds to support youth and educational programs at the Sloan Museum. There will be a live auction, raffle, music and great food provided by Redwood Steakhouse. Tickets: $100. Cocktail attire required.

Sloan Museum 1221 E Kearsley St, Flint



Fri. Sept. 29-Oct. 1: Sweet Endings at the Holly Renaissance Festival

Celebrate the traditions and culture of the 16th century at the annual Michigan Renaissance Festival. In true Renaissance fashion, the event features jousting matches, theater, live musical entertainment and a Queen’s jubilee. The festival invites guests to join in the festivities and completely immerse themselves in the experience by dressing in their finest 16th century garb, roaming the 17-acre village and mingling with the populace. Guests can also browse numerous vendors who offer jewelry, glassware, crafts and a range of delicious food and beverage options.

12600 Dixie Highway, Holly



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