It’s time to get ready for some fall fun. Whether you are into watching leaves turn from green to brown and enjoying pumpkin flavored treats, or just looking forward to spooky and scary movies to set the mood for Halloween, we’ve got your list of the top five activities you need to do this fall!
1. Visit your local pumpkin patch
No matter what age you might be, Pumpkin Patches are a must! Many farmers have themed-pumpkin patches perfect for a family night or a friend’s night.
Check out some of the best pumpkin patches in the US here: https://www.countryliving.com/life/travel/g21273436/pumpkin-farms-near-me/
Do you live near one?
2. Check out local Hispanic Heritage Month events
29 years ago, Congress established September 15 – October 15 as the month to commemorate the contributions of Americans with Spanish and Latin American ancestry to this country’s history. Make sure to check out local events happening in your area that celebrate the diversity of our country.
Here are some museums that also offer interesting insights into Hispanic culture:
Check out the The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture in Chicago
Check out the Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco
3. Check out a scary movie
Catch a scary movie! Universal Pictures’ HALLOWEEN will be premiering on October 19 so make sure to save the date and head to the movies. This one looks like it’s going to be a good one, we suggest taking someone with you because Michael Myers is sure to terrify you.
4. Take advantage of FreePass Latino and host a movie night
Xfinity’s FreePass Latino arrives just in time to host a movie night or a binge-watching fest. Enjoy over 1000 hours of some of the best entertainment for the entire family. From October 15-28, Xfinity TV users can watch a variety of movies from Hollywood and Latin America and catch up on their favorite TV shows at no additional cost.
Check out the XLEC’s FreePass Latino segment featuring some of the exciting movies and series available from October 15 -28.
5.Explore new hiking trails
Colder weather also means that you’re able to enjoy hiking trails without enduring the scorching summer heat. Take some time to check out your local hiking trails! Gather a pair of friends to join you in exploring new trails that you haven’t been to before.
Houston hiking trails: https://www.thrillist.com/entertainment/houston/best-hikes-near-houston
Bay Area hiking trails: https://thebolditalic.com/tbis-5-best-scenic-san-francisco-hikes-1086682cb306
Chicago hiking trails: https://www.timeout.com/chicago/things-to-do/the-best-places-for-hiking-near-chicago