Cranes, Cabernet, and Colors hike and wine-tasting event

. September 23, 2015.
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Nothing beats fall in Southeast Michigan, when the weather cools down and the leaves begin to change in and around “Tree City” – unless it’s fall in Southeast Michigan with a glass of wine in your hand. Come enjoy both, courtesy of the Legacy Land Conservancy’s Cranes, Cabernet, and Colors hike and wine-tasting event. Learn about what causes leaves to change their colors in the fall while an expert guide leads you on a walk through one of two local wineries. Choose between the 67-acre oak forest full of cranes at the Sharon Hills preserve, or try to spot a Great Horned Owl family through the fall foliage at the Beckworth Preserve in Stockbridge. Register by October 13 to enjoy the great outdoors while you still can!

1-3pm. Saturday, October 17. Free to the public  
Beckworth Preserve, 2792 Morton Rd, Stockbridge. Sharon Hills Preserve, Sharon Hollow Road (between Walker and Washburn Roads) 
Space is limited
734-302-5263 | legacylandconservancy.org/event/cranes-colors-and-cabernet-walks

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