Fall festivities are up and running. Everywhere you look there are signs of the season. Maybe there aren’t any orange leaves, but Fall is still in the air.
Bedner's Farm is one of the best family-friendly must-dos this year. Not only is it one of the only family-owned farms left in the area, but it has everything your family needs to celebrate the arrival of Fall.
You and the kids can start the day out with hayrides around the farm, then head over to the petting zoo and jumpy houses. Then hit the corn maze. It's a pretty tricky on so about the time you find your way out you’ll be ready to try some barbecue and fresh homemade ice cream. You know the kids will want to get their face painted, but YOLO, get yours done too. Just before you leave pick out your pumpkin and start planning this year's jack o lantern.
You’ll find even more fun at the Boward Park’s Family Hayride and Campfire Series.
Each ticket, only about $4.00 each includes a hayride and all the fixings for campfire s’mores. Hayrides are offered Friday nights at different parks around the county through the Fall and Winter season.
The only downside is pre-registration is required. So make plans in advance.
Although Bedner's and Friday Night Hayrides are great family fun, you might think of leaving the kids home when you head over to Enigma Haunt’s haunted house.
It's the scariest house in Boca Raton this year. What makes it great is not just the scare you’ll get but the fact that they have 3 separate haunted houses in the same place.
Start with Pandemic, which will rival any post-apocalyptic zombie story you have ever heard.
Then move on to Into Oblivion. Its the next chapter in the zombie Pandemic story, only this time you think you have a chance to escape.
Finally, enter another dimension full of nightmares, demons and tortured souls when you run through the Realm of Terrors.
If it's a romantic night out you're looking for hit the Halloween Day of the Dead party.
Photo by Michele Eve Sandberg
The costume party is being put on by foundation 360, whose is raising money to help those in Puerto Rico. Make sure your costume is good, there are prizes for the Best Couple, the most original costume, and the best face paint.
Tickets are only $30 per person and include drinks and appetizers.
The Fall season is about more than Halloween. It's spending time with your family soaking up the cooler temperatures. Getting ready to settle in for the winter cold and enjoying the little things before the stress of the holidays roll in. So take some time and make the most of this Fall season.
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