Fun Fall Festivities
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Fun Fall Festivities

Ideas for your weekends you don't want to miss

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Fall is my favorite season - the weather is perfect, nothing is (for the most part) too busy yet, and the scenery is incredible. It's not too cold or hot to be stuck inside- so get out and take advantage of it! It's perfect for continuing traditions or even starting new ones. The holidays are approaching faster than you think, and spending time with family and friends is a must. Here are some ideas on what to do during the fall:

1. Pick apples at Johnson's Farm or Solebury Orchards

2. Go on a hike in Manayunk at the Towpath park or the Peace Valley Nature Center in Doylestown

3. Go for a picnic in a nearby park

4. Walk around Olde City (and snap a couple pictures)

5. Pick pumpkins at Heritage Vineyards

6. Go on a hayride at Highland Orchards or Indian Acres

7. House a bonfire with hot dogs, s'mores, hot chocolate, and warm apple cider.

8. Go thrift shopping for big sweaters and cool knick knacks at Good Will in Reading or the Habitat for Humanity Restore in Monmouth County

9. Go to a corn maze at Howell Farm or even a nighttime flashlight maze at Springdale Farms

10. Watch classic Halloween movies like Hocus Pocus or Disney Channel's Halloweentown

11. Make fall treats like caramel apples, pumpkin bars, or mini s'mores boats

12. Walk around your own neighborhood and look for bright colors and fun fall plants or trees- beauty is never far

13. Paint, photograph, or draw a landscape of the fall leaves and trees

14. Visit a haunted house or haunted hayride at Eastern State Penitentiary or Creamy Acres

15. Go to Longwood Gardens and embrace the plants in season

16. Watch scary movies like Ouija or Insidious 1, 2, and 3

17. Carve jack-o-lanterns

18. Practice recipes for the holiday season like Christmas cookies or Thanksgiving pies

19. Go to a high school or college football game

20. Shop new fall fashions at places like Charlotte Russe, American Eagle, or Nike

21. Go to an outdoor concert- it's always better and much more enjoyable when you're not sweating out every ounce of water left in your body

22. Get work done and get ahead- not everything in school (or work occasionally) is in full swing yet, so get moving! You'll thank yourself later!

23. Decorate your house with fall decorations and fall fragrances

And of course, 24. Go trick-or-treating!

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