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Spooky Season Isn't Over Yet

Here are a few last-minute fall activities you and your friends or family should do!

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Spooky Season Isn't Over Yet
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Whether you're feeling cozy and lazy on the weekend, or want to get creative and venture out somewhere fun, these are a list of fall activities you can do to keep busy and stay in the holiday spirit.

Pumpkin Carving

Jack-o-Lantern lampsPhoto by Jen Theodore on Unsplash

Pumpkin Patch Photoshoot

woman choosing from pile of pumpkinsPhoto by Jake Lorefice on Unsplash

Baking Treats

assorted-shape cookies on trayPhoto by Cayla1 on Unsplash

DIY Costume Making

boy wearing deer head band near plantsPhoto by Paige Cody on Unsplash

Read Scary Stories at Night

person holding string lights on opened bookPhoto by Nong Vang on Unsplash

Binge Watch Horror Films

white and red clown holding heart balloonPhoto by Nong Vang on Unsplash

Participate in a Fall 5K Race

people running on road during daytimePhoto by Mārtiņš Zemlickis on Unsplash

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